Our Top Reads for 2016



Okay, so I’m a tad bit late for the bandwagon on this post, but it’s here and that’s what counts, right? 😀

I read a lot of books in 2016, some I loved, some I liked, and some I enjoyed but didn’t quite connect with as well as I would have liked. Today, I’m going to list my top reads for 2016, along with the links to my reviews for each book. Not all of these were published in 2016, but most were, and the ones that weren’t were books I read in 2016 or are part of a series that published a new book in 2016.

Top Shelf *KEEPER* Reads

These books were all expertly written, well-characterized, and impossible to put down. I would recommend every single one of them a million times over for how well they were written and how much I loved and adored them. They each completely hijacked my emotions on an epic scale.


Flight and Glory Series by Rebecca Yarros

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The Renegade Series by Rebecca Yarros

The HIM series by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

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The Something More Series by Danielle Pearl


Honorable Mention *KEEPER* Reads

*Click on the covers to read my reviews of these books*

These books are in no particular order, as I loved every single one of them for vastly different reasons.


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I had two more book recommendation on this page here, but after some troubling discoveries of late, I can no longer in good conscience recommend the books to anyone who visits my site. As such, I have removed any mention of them. I apologize to anyone who is finding this post late (after March 11, 2018)

Deanna | OkieDreams

Deanna Lynn has been a substitute teacher, a baker, a website designer, a ceramic artist, a business co-owner and a sales and marketing manager for a ceramic shop in Oklahoma. She reads widely, laughs often and loves to talk about writing, books, and this confusing thing called life.

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