These aren't in any particular order, so let's get started.
no. 10 - The Collector and The Liberator by Victoria Scott
Dante Walker from the Dante Walker trilogy by Victoria Scott
This is an awesome character goes from a snarky, endearing character to a snarky, endearing character with a lot of good characteristics and development. I can't wait to read more of this series with The Warrior (countdown widget's in the sidebar!)
no. 9 - Antigoddess by Kendare Blake
Aidan has some incredible lines in this book. His love and loyalty for Cassandra were really sweet, and as we learn more about the characters, his need for redemption and acceptance really show through. Aidan is a character I love reading about.
no. 8 - The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
This book centers around two really special characters. They develop into very dynamic people, and their love is noteworthy. These two are willing to do anything to be together, and it was a sweet element in this story.
no. 7 - Sweet Peril by Wendy Higgins
Kaidan and Anna's relationship is really furthered in this one. I liked it because this was a sequel that didn't disappoint.
no. 6 - Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn
This was a cute, holiday read. Even though it's not entirely seasonally appropriate for this time, I enjoyed it back in December and thought it was a sweet story.
no. 5 - Crown Duel by Sherwood Smith
I just loved the romantic aspect of this book and how the protagonist develops. It's not overly so, because I'm not a fan of romance only books. This was a good fantasy with romantic aspects.
This was just a fun, light read. It's got a hilarious romance and a couple that's always got a witty comeback for each other.
no. 3 - Of Poseidon by Anna Banks
This is a good mermaid story. The couple in this makes it a lighthearted read and a good summer one as well.
no. 2 - Ascend by Amanda Hocking
This final book has an adorable ending. It's very swoon worthy because it's such a sweet, happy ending.
I loved where this book picked up after the sequel. It was even better than the first because it really brought everything from the last book together, and there were a lot of great characters and how they developed made this truly remarkable.
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