Thursday, January 9, 2020

2019 Highlights #2 Favorites from Rebecca and Kim

Rebecca Maney's Favorite Reads of 2019

"My Favorite Reads of 2019 - A Baker’s Dozen"

Top Three
The Curse of Misty Wayfair - Jamie Jo Wright
The Bright Unknown - Elizabeth Byler Younts
The Spice King - Elizabeth Camden

Top Ten
Whose Waves These Are - Amanda Dykes
The Flight of the Raven - Morgan Busse
The Number of Love - Roseanna White
Until the Mountains Fall - Connilyn Cossette
The Seamstress - Allison Pittman
Echoes Among the Stones - Jamie Jo Wright
How the Light Gets In - Jolina Petersheim (Rebecca's Review is coming later this month)
My Dearest Dietrich - Amanda Barratt
Castle on the Rise - Kristy Cambron
Between Two Shores -Jocelyn Green


Kim Ann G's 2019 FAVORITES:
"My top book of 2019 ~ Brand of Light by Ronie Kendig - this story is epic! It’s totally not my genre, but I loved every second of it! And that ending? Wow!"

These next three are close follow ups to Brand of Light ~
Storm Rising by Ronie Kendig - another amazing read by Ronie!

Love You, Truly by Susan Tuttle - this story has the best salvation scene I have ever read. Everyone needs this story!(review coming later this month)

Whose Waves These Are by Amanda Dykes - This story is so lyrical and beautiful!

And to finish out my top 10 ~

Mark of the Raven by Morgan Busse ~ an epic fantasy - again, not my normal genre.

Then there was You by Kara Isaac - this was a reread and I loved it more the second time around!

Stealing Adda by Tamara Leigh ~ actually the entire series (but that would be cheating! 😉)

Beowulf by Ronie Kendig ~ what can I say, Ronie Kendig is amazing!

The Dating Charade by Melissa Ferguson ~ excellent debut!

Five days in Skye by Carla Laureano ~ I’m just gonna say, “James” and read it!

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  1. Our lists are as unique as our reviewers and I hope you've seen something you definitely want to read! How many of ours are on your list of favorites from 2019? Don't miss our giveaway for Memories of Glass.

    Thanks so much for visiting!

  2. I love the top 10 posts! They are always so fun! Debra, thanks again for all your hard work in putting this together.

    1. You're very welcome! I love seeing these lists, too!

  3. Sounds like a lot of great books! Thank you for sharing about these books Debra. God Bless you.

  4. I have read seven of the books on these three lists. Their lists are quite impressive and I see a lot that I would love to read in the coming year. I think I’d have a hard time listing my top 10.
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  5. I am obviously a follower!
    I have read 24 of these books. You can just tack on the extra 12 to my list! Ha ha.
    I have been wanting to read Memories of Glass since I saw that it came out.
    So many good book! So little time to read.


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