Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Top Ten Tuesday: Adult Books I've Recently Added To My TBR List

You guys know I am all about young adult literature, but lately, I have been gravitating towards adult reads.  Sometimes you just need to switch it up. Here are the latest adult fiction novels that I've added to my TBR list.



1.  The Wildling Sisters by Eve Chase - I liked Black Rabbit Hall with its Gothic vibe and I think this one takes place also at a manor house and is filled with dark secrets.

2.  The Summer Girls by Mary Alice Monroe - I read my first Monroe novel (shockingly!) this past week and it was part of her Beach House series. It was really cute and I am intrigued by the other books in her Lowcountry Summer series.

3.  The Last Tudor by Philippa Gregory - Even though I think the Tudors are majorly played out, I will read anything Gregory writes. I am interested in the Grey sisters, so it should be good!

4.  The Neighbors by Hannah McKinnon (No cover yet!)  - I enjoyed The Summer House so much, that I immediately added the next book she is working on. There isn't much of a summary yet, but I have high hopes.

5.  The Dream Keeper's Daughter by Emily Colin - A time slip novel that takes place in Barbados on a plantation. This is my kind of read.

6.  The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn (No cover yet!) - Ok, I am not sure if I will actually read this as it sounds a little too similar to The Girl on the Train, but I am intrigued by this Hitchcock-esque thriller that people are already talking a lot about.

7.  The Library at the Edge of the World by Felicity Hayes-McCoy - I saw this first over at Christina from Reading Extensively's post and it caught my eye immediately. A librarian from the West Coast of Ireland? Yes, please. Also, I am obsessed with this cover.

8.  The Echo of Twilight by Judith Kinghorn - This book is being described as Jane Eyre meets Downton Abbey. I love the sound of it!

9.  The Comfort Zone by Sally Thorne (No cover yet!) - I really enjoyed The Hating Game, so I definitely want to check out her next novel.

10.  The Cafe by the Sea by Jenny Colgan  - Not sure how I missed this book in my summer reading roundup. It sounds like a delightful beach read and I love that takes place in Scotland! Also, this cover is another beautiful one!

So, what are some of the latest books that you added to your TBR list? Let me know in the comments.  This meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

12 comments:

  1. I recently read The Echo of Twilight and I really enjoyed it. It did help me get my Downton Abbey fix now that the show is over! And I'll read pretty much anything by Philippa Gregory.

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    1. I definitely want to read it! I am so not over the end of Downton Abbey! Me too. I love Philippa Gregory. Thanks for visiting, Angela!

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  2. Oh man, I actually hadn't heard of any of these! I hope you enjoy them, when you get around to reading them!

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    1. Thanks, Julie! I hope to check out a few this summer. Thanks for dropping by!

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  3. Some of these sound great (I still haven't read any Jenny Colgan, but I do have her on my tbr piles). And I will totally check out The Library at the Edge of the World.

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    1. Me too. I love the sound of it and the cover is to-die-for. Thanks for visiting, Kate.

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  4. Looking forward to reading your thoughts on these!

    Happy reading!

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    1. Thanks, Joy! I hope you are feeling better. Thanks for dropping by.

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  5. The Cafe by the Sea sounds good, and so does The Library at the Edge of the World. That's a great title by the way, and Ireland? Yes please!

    The woman in the Window might be good too, i like a good thriller.

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    1. I know, right? I am all about both of them. I love a good thriller too, but it sounds so much like Girl on the Train. I am skeptical, but I will give it a try. Thanks for visiting, Greg!

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  6. Great list! I can't wait for the new Jenny Colgan book and The Library at the Edge of the World. I hope to go to Ireland someday but in the meantime I'll be armchair traveling with books like this and The Daughters of Ireland. I will definitely be reading The Comfort Zone too. I loved The Hating Game! Thanks for the heads up :) I will have to check out the others on your list too, especially that Judith Kinghorn book. Downton Abbey meets Jane Eyre sounds like the perfect book for me :)

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    1. I know! When I saw it on your list, I was all about it! I love the sound of the Kinghorn book too. It sounds like the perfect read for us. Thanks for visiting, Christina!

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