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Last Ten Books That Came Into My Possession (bought, library, review copies)
1. Wait For You by Jennifer L. Armentrout
2. A Million Miles Away by Lara Avery
3. Never, Sometimes, Always by Adi Alsaid
4. Compulsion by Martina Boone
5. Jesse’s Girl by Miranda Keneally
6. The Host by Stephanie Meyer
7. Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Echols
I have a mixture of ARC’s, trades, and new releases. What are some books that recently came into your possession?
15 thoughts on “Last Ten Books That Came Into My Possession”
I LOVE the Host. Its one of my favourites and I read it at least once a year. I hope you enjoy it 🙂
I love it too! I read it when it first came out, I just had never had a copy so I traded it! I hope to reread it soon! Thanks for stopping! by!
I’ve read THE HOST, but it’s been a long time. I remember liking it, though. I hope you like it and all your other picks.
I read The Host right when it came out, I never owned a copy (borrowed a friends) and I finally have my own! Will try to reread soon! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
YASSS Jesse’s Girl! Can’t wait for that one 😀
Great list! I read The Host when it first came out. I really enjoyed it!
Me too! Hope I like it when I re read it soon!
So looking forward to reading A Million Miles Away! Jesse’s Girl was amazing, it really brought back The Hundred Oaks series for me. And Dirty Little Secret and The Host… ok I should stop ranting now XD
Hahaha rant away! Miranda Keneally can do no wrong haha. And the host was good! I just didn’t have my own copy until now and dirty little secret! I hope it’s as good as it looks!
I felt kinda meh on Dirty Little Secret but I hope you like it 😀
Really? Ahhhh. I hope I like it!
I’ve been really wary about reading Never Always Sometimes because I didn’t really like that author’s first book. But it just seems so intriguing! Might give the author another chance…we’ll see haha
I started reading it and so far it’s good… but the writing is a little weird.