All of these links are to goodreads, and I'll leave my review (if I have one) right next to the goodreads link.
1) Never Dare a Dragon by Ashlyn Chase
2) Winter Kisses by Addison Moore
3) Plague Land by Alex Scarrow
4) A Thousand Letters by Staci Hart
5) Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
(my discussion on why this was disappointing)
6) Recreated by Colleen Houck
7) Unblemished by Sara Ella
8) Better than Perfect by Simone Elkeles
9) The Last Virgin Standing by Tiffany Huynh
10) Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller
Looking at these books, most of of them I rated two stars. The only ones I rated one star was Winter Kisses and Never Dare a Dragon. Out of those two, my least favorite was Winter Kisses; the novella really wasn't for me and I got nothing out of it. If I were to recommend any book out of these, it would be Mask of Shadows. I was the odd man out with this one. A lot of people loved this, but the writing style just didn't mesh well with me. Also, Throne of Glass is so well loved, and I will eventually be contnuing on with the series.
I think it's also notable that the majority of the books were traditionally published. By worst books generally weren't ones that were self-published, on wattpad, etc., so let's get rid of that stigma that books that aren't traditionally published are bad! The Last Virgin Standing (which honestly, why did I even read it?) was written on wattpad, with no editors, which is completely different than books that are self-published or traditionally published. So if you are hesitant about reading self-published books because you don't think they'll be good, don't! Most of the time, self-published books do not disappoint.
Have you read any of these books? What did you think? Thanks so much for stopping by and I'll see you soon with another post!
Genni @ Ready, Set, Read!