Top 10 Tuesday: Books I Hope Santa Brings

A weekly blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Wait, so you’re telling me I have to choose only ten books? Oh gosh, okay…

I actually keep a running Amazon wishlist of books that are somehow on my TBR, ones I read and fell in love with, and ones that just sound interesting. And surprisingly enough, I actually don’t receive many (if any) books for Christmas. It doesn’t seem to be something any of my family want to gift me, which is fine, lol. I’m fortunate enough to have a great local library system that I’ve found so many great books through.

Anyway, not the point of this post! But because I have so many books, I’m going to pick my absolute need to haves.

I absolutely adore this series! I feel in love with the first book and its sequel is just as good.

Guys, THIS SERIES! Talk about a fangirl’s dream! And don’t you just love when they’re also loose retellings of fairytales? Also, pretty sure there’s been an animal on every single cover as well so… You know I’m here for that, lol.

*basks in the beauty of these covers*

I read an eARC of These Violent Delights and really enjoyed it. (Sorry for not posting the review yet even though it’s already been released. I promise it’s coming…eventually.) Unravel the Dusk in the sequel to Spin the Dawn, which was such a magical yet dark journey.

In the magic of Christmas and Santa, the next three books are ones I wish Santa could magically bring super early because I need them!

How could I not include the third book in the Brown Sisters series? I know it’ll be just as good as the first two!

The Forest of Stolen Girls is June Hur’s sophomore novel. Like her debut, The Silence of Bones, it’s set in historical Korea and is a mystery. I am so in love with that cover, I cannot wait to hold a physical copy!

Southern Sun, Northern Star is the final book in the Glass Alliance series. I really love this series and how it reads like a historical fiction novel. I’m eager to see where our two main characters will end up, as they have a bit of a Romeo and Juliet-like romance.

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