Ten Thousand Skies Above You by Claudia Gray
I’m not entirely sure WHY I haven’t read this one yet, especially considering the fact that I ABSOLUTELY ADORED Ten Thousand Pieces of You–and that cliffhanger, dear God. This was at the top of my TBR but as review copies came…well, it kind of slipped to the bottom. ARGHHHHH.
The Fill In Boyfriend by Kasie West
KASIE WEST. WHAT HAPPENED. WHY HAVEN’T I READ YOUR LATEST CONTEMPORARY. LIWEJSDLJLAJSDFLJLKJEFDS. She somehow turns the most cliche situations and turns them into absolutely heartwarming stories that make me swoon.
Maid of Wonder by Jennifer McGowan
Pretty much the same situation as Ten Thousand Skies Above You honestly.
Beastly Bones by William Ritter
This one wasn’t really ever at the TOP of my TBR I don’t think. I liked Jackaby well enough and when I saw this at BEA, I automatically snatched it up. Honestly I should get to this because the Superwholock aspect is absolutely on point.
I Was Here by Gayle Forman
I dunno, it’s GAYLE FORMAN. But the hype kind of died down after January and I just never got to it.
Wondrous and the Wicked by Page Morgan
Honestly. No idea why I haven’t read half of these.
Hotel Ruby by Suzanne Young
GAH. I STILL DESPERATELY WANT TO READ THIS but I just never had the money to buy a copy so rather than a dusty copy sitting on my TBR, it’s more like an imaginary copy sitting on my TBR.
Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jean Bennett
SAME AS HOTEL RUBY TBH EXCEPT I WANT THIS EVEN MORE DESPERATELY. AGHHHHHH. THE NEED IS REAL.
These Shallow Graves by Jennifer Donnolly
I have an ARC, but…well I dunno. It was just never a high priority ARC, considering I got it through trade and far after release so I couldn’t even call it a review book. Definitely one that’s high on my priority list though.
Legacy of Kings by Eleanor Herman
Gah. This was such a high priority read for me (I was so desperate to get it at BEA, but never got a copy until October sigh), but as reviews started trickling in, I just kind of hesitated because of how many people said the beginning was unbelievably slow. Then again, we spent like a week on Alexander of Macedon in WHAP, so this book just got even more appealing.
Here’s to hoping I manage to get to these this year!