Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday with Mandy!!
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke And The Brookish. Who doesn't love lists. They make life easy! And fun!! It's always a never ending topic.

This week's topic is:

Mandy's top ten books she like more/less than she thought she would

Nightshade by Andrea Cremer - I was really excited for Nightshade because I'm all about shapeshifters but for me it was a struggle even to finish. I'm curious to start her prequal series but I'm a little nervous I won't like it either.

Dualed by Elsie Chapman - I was super excited for Dualed but I just wasn't able to get into the story so I gave up early. I may give it another shot down the road.

The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise - I'm a nerdy girl so of course I figured this one was perfect for me. I made it about twenty percent and it went in the try again later pile.

Narcissus in Chains by Laurell K Hamilton - When it all changed. I've been a huge fan since the first book came out. However as the serie progressed it turned into more smut then story. I continued to read them hoping for a change but I'm now behind a couple books and not sure if I'll ever pick it up again.

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead - I started the Bloodlines series first so I wasn't sure if I would love Vampire Academy but I'm thrilled to say I do enjoy the series and plan to read the rest of them.

Katana by Cole Gibsen - I was worried it would be a little cheesy but was sucked in right from the start and couldn't put it down.

Always and Forever by Karla J. Nellenbach - I was a little nervous because this book tackles a tough story but instead I found a captivating insight into Mia's life with Cancer. Loved it. 


  1. I have been curious about Always and Forever. I should really pick it up! Nice list! x

  2. Oh No! I was totally interested in The Boyfriend App!
    I'm glad you liked Vampire Academy! It's one of my favorite series. Great list!

    My TTT

  3. Vampire Academy surprised me too. The characters really pull you in.