Tuesday Top Five – Romances

My first top five was Young Adult, so I decided to follow with Romances. Last couple of years I’ve read some great romances and a couple of them are part of series, so this week are five series waiting to be read. For one reason or another they were left behind.

Big Sky Mountain (Parable, Montana, #2) Playing to Win (Play by Play, #4) Hard and Fast (Fast Track, #2) Bed of Roses (Bride Quartet, #2) The Sweetest Thing (Lucky Harbor, #2)

Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller – I loved the first book on this series and grabbed my copy of the second from NetGalley in the moment I saw, the only reason is still unread are number of pages. Linda Lael Miller made an incredible first book introducing Parable and now it’s time to get back on this series because she already released six books. I’m so behind.

Playing to Win by Jaci Burton – I love to read about sports, its super fun to watch those strong and handsome guys falling in love. This series is different because each book is for a sport so I got to learn more about the rules and games. I’m not that behind, only a few books, but this is usually a fun and sweet read more than anything.

Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy – I liked the first book and decided to continue with this series, but never got to actually start the second book. There’s nothing special in the first couple so I think that’s one of the reasons I’m postponing reading the rest of them.

Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts – I started the first book on the new year and it was magic watching this couple falling in love, plus Nora Roberts is one of my favorites authors for romances. This series has a different plot and I enjoyed the fact this friends actually work making weddings happen, so need to read the other three books ASAP.

The Sweetest Thing by Jill Shalvis – People love this series. Bloggers are always ravishing about this author so I decided to give it a shot. I liked the first book, but for me it was nothing special, but I’ll read at least the second one before making a decision. First books on a series are always a little boring for me since the author has to introduce lots of characters.

Have you read any of this series? Yes, leave a link to your reviews or start now. Till next week.

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