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My Reading Highlights of 2017 #Top7

Hey awesome book lover. Hope you had a wonderful New Year celebration.
If you entered our giveaway contest be sure to check your e-mail tomorrow because I will be drawing winners and contacting them shortly. Yesterday I talked about my reading goals for 2018 but I haven’t gotten around yet to doing a recap of my fave reads of 2017. Below I’ve listed my top 7 books read in 2017. You can find them on Amazon by clicking the titles or read my reviews with the links provided. Some of these reviews were done on the old blog.

 

Here are the books that I read in 2017 that stuck with me the most.

 

the brothers three

The Brothers Three by Layton Green (Review)

Incredible fantasy adventure. If you like fantasy or video games check this one out!

 

gamer girl

Gamer Girl by Glynis Astie (Review)

Another one for gamers, but this one is a rom-com.

 

the-leftover

The Leftover by Brooke Williams (Review)

Another rom-com but this one is set on a reality TV set.

 

the black blade

The Black Blade by Jeff Chapman (Review)

A weird western that mixes action, adventure and magic with the wild west.

 

ALIEN LOVE SONG HEADSTOCK-NEW

Alien Love Song by AK Dawson (Review)

A Sci-fi romance that is full of comedy, action and adventure.

 

dizzy in durango

Dizzy in Durango by D. R. Ransdell (Review)

A murder mystery set in Mexico.

 

dead over heels

Dead Over Heels by Theresa Braun (Review)

A ghost horror short story with a killer ending.

 

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