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Top 5 Books Friends Made Me Read

top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme in Goodreads, where you list your top 5 for the week’s chosen topic. You can check the group here for more discussions and topics.  This week topic is books my friends made me feel like I need to read and actually liked.

Blood and Ash series by Jennifer L. Armentrout

A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire

Sam made me start Blood and Ash series and I’m so glad I did! I didn’t really get into series until book two and then I was pretty much obsessed. I was hesitant to start this series despite loving most of Jennifer L. Armentrout’s series because her contemporary series have been a miss for me, and so was her half-blood series. I rarely enjoy high fantasy but I’m so grateful Sam send me a copy of the first book and got me hooked.

The Harbinger by Jennifer L. Armentout

Storm and Fury

Another Armentrout series I was hesitant to start but then Selene Kallan @ The Obscure World (she has actually published books herself) recommended it to me. I was hesitant to start this one because I really wasn’t Zayne fan in The Dark Elements series but then Selene told me Roth would appear and I just had to start the series and slowly I even learned to like Zayne!

Like Us series by Krista & Becca Ritchie

Lovers Like Us

I heard so many bad things about this series and while I only really liked the books featuring Moffy and Farrow, I’m so glad Sara @ The Bibliophagist reviewed these books and convinced me to read them.

Neon Gods by Katee Robert

Neon Gods

Ruby @ Bookishly Ruby talked about this book in her bookstagram and I immediately knew I had to read it. I mean it’s Hades and Persephone retelling!

Dark In You series by Suzanne Wright

burn

I’ve read this series yearly since Renee @ Addicted to Romance recommended it to me back in 2020 I think? It still remains as maybe my absolute favorite demon series ever. I just love Harper and Knox and there’s not that many Demon romance books that follow the same couple in multiple books.


What books did your friends made you read?

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