Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each Tuesday features a different topic and you post your top ten list related to the topic.
This weeks topic is: Top Ten Books On My Summer TBR List1. Serpent's Kiss- Melissa De La Cruz (June 12th)
Book #2 in the Beauchamp Family/Witches of East End series. If your not familiar with Ms. De La Cruz, her Witches of East End stories are a spin off from her Blue Bloods series. I adored the first book, Witches of East End and I'm eager to dive back into their world.
2. Blood Moon- Alyxandra Harvey (June 19th)
Book #5 in the Drake Chronicles. I love this series. They are fairly short books, but pretty addicting. One of the things that I love about this series is that you get more then one character POV for each book.
3. Thirteen- Kelley Armstrong (July 24th)
Book #13 in the Women of the Otherworld. This is one of my favorite series and it seems that this one will be the last one. Pretty bummed about that. I do hope she goes back to the series at some point. I would love to see more of Jeremy and Jaime.
4. Beneath A Rising Moon- Keri Arthur (July 31st)
Book #1 in the Ripple Creek Werewolf series. This one was originally published in 2003 and it's finally being re-issued here in the U.S. By the time I got around to wanting to read this one, it was out of print - so I'm excited it's gonna be available again.
5. Time Untime- Sherrilyn Kenyon (August 2nd)
Book #22 in the Dark Hunter series, but also the beginning of Kenyon's new series called Hellchasers. I'm a big Kenyon fan, so I can't wait to read this one.
6. Nevermore- James Patterson (August 6th)
Book #8 in the Maximum Ride series, the last one as well. A wonderful series, I'm excited to see how this one will end.
7. Girl of Nightmares- Kendare Blake (August 7th)
Book #2 in the Anna Dressed in Blood series. I love Anna Dressed in Blood and can't wait to read book two.
8. Blood Fever- Veronica Wolff (August 7th)
Book #3 in The Watchers series. When I picked up the first book, Isle of Night I wasn't sure I was gonna like, but it ended up really enjoying it.
9. The Second Empress- Michelle Moran (August 14th)
Moran's last release Madame Tussaud was such a wonderful book. She's sticking with France and this new one takes place in Napoleon's Court. Sounds quite interesting.
10. The Rise of Nine- Pittacus Lore (August 21st)
Book #3 in the Lorien Legacies. So far I've loved each book in this series and I'm quite curious to read more about these characters. For me, each book leaves me wanting more.