Top 10 Tuesday is a meme by Broke and Bookish, hosted each Tuesday, where bloggers list their top 10 in the chosen topic of the week.
I'm really glad that I've finally caught up with this meme—especially since I've had so much fun preparing it for you guys! Tuesday's almost over, but here are my top 10 (although there are hundreds more) books that I've been dying to read but don't own yet!
1. Consequences: Opal & Origin, by Jennifer L. Armentrout
So I've recently read the first two books in the Lux series, and I am all but disappointed. Daemon is so freakin' hot, and Katy as a book blogger? I relate to her even more! Check out my review here.
2. Can't Look Away, by Donna Cooner
Watching beauty vloggers on YouTube is awesome. For some reason, haha, this reminds me of Bethany Mota. I'm totally going to have to pick this one up soon!
3. Dangerous Girls, by Abigail Haas
Okay, I adored Dangerous Boys. Abigail Haas is my new favourite author of 2014! Check out my review for DB here.
4. Falling Kingdoms, by Morgan Rhodes
I've read Morgan's other book through her pen name, Michelle Hodkin, and I was so impressed! Hearing that she has a fantasy trilogy shocked me, and I can't wait to pick this one up!
5. Doon, by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon
There is so much buzz going on for this novel and its sequel. I think that it's about time that I pick this pretty up!
6. Wildflower, by Alecia Whitaker
I've read Alecia's other book, The Queen of Kentucky and adored the romance and cute premise it had going on. I can totally tell that this is going to be just as adorable!
7. Popular, by Maya Van Wagenen
Relatable. One word—captivation.
8. Linked, by Imogen Howson
I could've gotten the ARC of the sequel of this one, but I haven't read the first so I decided not to request for that one from S&S. This sounds just like my type of dystopia-read!
9. The Queen of the Tearling, by Erika Johanson
I've heard some rumours that this possibly will become a TV show or movie of some sort? I love book-to-film adaptations (I'll be posting a discussion on them soon!) and I think that this premise will be wonderful. Care to spare me a copy of this? :)
10. Pandemic, by Yvonne Ventresca
This is supposed to be one of the best books of 2014, so I'm going in for it. Plus, I love dystopians that deal with illnesses and epidemics.
What are some of your must-reads that you sadly don't even have yet?