Top 10 Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Loved with less than 2,000 ratings on Goodreads

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Books I Loved with less than 2,000 ratings on Goodreads.

I have to admit I was surprised by some of these lows numbers….

My Coyote Ugly Life by Jessica Spoon – 833 ratings.  I laughed hysterically during this book and have been waiting patiently for the sequel (come on Ms. Spoon).

Inspired by You by Steph Nuss – 49 ratings. This one surprises me, as it’s the last book in a series and it’s so good.

Dancing in the Rain by Kelly Jamieson – 752 ratings. This was a really beautiful story. Surprised more people haven’t read it.

Can’t Text This by Teagan Hunter – 1,901 ratings. Third book in a series which is hysterically funny. Shocked by these low numbers.

His Rules by Scott Hildreth – 620 ratings. Great alpha male book with low ratings.

The Good Samaritan by R.C. Boldt – 357 ratings. This is my second favorite book of 2018, with a refreshingly original story. I wish more people would pick this one up and read it.

Insistent by Kaylee Ryan – 454 ratings. Another series finisher by a popular author. I really loved this book, especially the main character.

Trigger City by Sean Chercover – 693 ratings. Only mystery on her about a Chicago PI. I’m a Chicagoan, so I loved this, but apparently didn’t reach much farther than our market.

When You Became Mine by A.S. Teague – 204 ratings. I loved this second chance romance.

Release Blitz & Review – Going for the Hole by L.P. Dover – 295 ratings. Loved this cute golf love story.

What books are on your list of less than 2,000 Goodreads ratings?


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