Top Ten Tuesday: Summer Reads

Top Ten Tuesday: Summer Reads

Top Ten Tuesday is an original meme created by The Broke and the Bookish for list addicts. The only catch (and it’s a biggie) is that you are supposed to stick to ten things. This week’s list is…

Top Ten Summer Reads (Dec, Jan & Feb)

My summer reads are actually going to be for December, January and February as that is when the heat descends in Australia. I get five weeks holiday over the Christmas break so I’m planning on getting a stack of reading done.

Most of these books don’t have covers up yet because it is so far out but hopefully things will start to change in the next few months. I also put up a few books which are the second in the series. Whether I bother to check them out or not depends entirely on whether I enjoy the first which isn’t out yet.


1. Wickedly Wonderful by Deborah Blake
The premise is enough to get me fan-girling so I really hope the execution matches my expectations.

2. City of Eternal Night by Kristen Painter
#2 in the series making its debut.

3. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks
I can’t resist this series even though it gets very, very cheesy.


4. Viper Game by Christine Feehan 
It’s been a while since Feehan has given us a Ghostwalker novel so I’m interested to see what she comes up with.

5. Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost
I want to know how things end up for Vlad so I’ll definitely be checking this one out.


6. Hunter Reborn by Katie Reus
I enjoyed the direction Reus took the series with Avenger’s Heat and I hope she keeps it up.

7. Accidental Dragon by Dakota Cassidy
A firefighter dragon makes weird sense.

Any awesome ones I have missed? There are probably stacks that haven’t even been announced yet because it is so far away.


5 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Summer Reads

  1. I love that you listed the books you’re going to read for your summer. I always have a hard time wrapping my mind around the fact that while we’re sweltering up here the other side of the world is wearing sweaters and vice-versa. Interesting list. I do love the idea of a fire fighting dragon. It’s funny how a cheesy series can still make us want to read it even though we know how cheesy it is!
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