We asked some of our favorite authors what were some of their favorite reads of 2013. There are some on here that we loved, and more than a few to add to our to-be-read lists!! Enjoy...
Hm.. My favorite read this year was Drowning by Rachel Firasek. It's an epic book and her writing style gels so well with my reading style! Plus I loved Teresa Mummert's Damaged Series!
~ Debra Anastasia
My favorite book that I read in 2013 was Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver.
Ummmm. Probably The 5th Wave and Out of Line were my two favorites of the year. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey just had such amazing storytelling that I adored it. And Out of Line by Jen McLaughlin was hella sexy. ;)
One of my Fave reads of 2013 is Unteachable by Leah Raeder :)
I'd have to go with Theft by BK Loren.
~Catherine Ryan Hyde
It's hard to pick just one, but I'd have to say Beneath The Scars by Ottilie Weber really touched my heart. (click on the link for a chance to win a copy on Goodreads ~Wendy)
Ottilie writes in such a welcoming, down to earth style. Her characters tug at the heartstrings. She knows how to create a slow burn of a romance between two people that readers can't help falling in love with. She blends tragedy with redemption in such a seamless and powerful way. This is a book that resonates. It serves as a moving tribute to the many injured and returning vets from Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as a symbol of hope to the ones who love them.
Making Faces by Amy Harmon.
I would say The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher. I loved how real and gritty it was. It totally consumed me. A real roller coaster ride of emotions! :)
~ Karli Perrin
Such a good question! I haven't had the opportunity to read very much this year, but one that sticks with me is Playing the Part by Robin Covington. ️
I loved the Consequences Series by Aleatha Romig!
Keep Me Still by Caisey Quinn
The Best Laid Plans by Tamara Mataya
Beautiful Oblivion by Addison Moore
Unteachable by Leah Raeder
Quintessentially Q by Pepper Winters
1. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
2. Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor3. The Thrill of It by Lauren Blakely
4. God Save The Sweet Potato Queens by Jill Connor Browne
5. One Week Girlfriend by Monica Murphy
I know it's going to make me sound like a goober, but I only just read The Hunger Games and it was some kind of awesome! That would probably top the year for me right now:)