Top Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing Me

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This is actually a really exciting topic, because it’s different then one I’ve done in a while. Obviously, Santa can’t bring me books that haven’t come out by December 25th. So I get to show you guys some older books that I really want to get my hands on!

The Gathering1. The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong

I’ve heard great things about this series, and I enjoyed her YA series as well. I’ve been thinking about these for a while, but I still don’t have them!

2. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. SmithStatistical

Apparently, this is supposed to be a really adorable book. I don’t know exactly how I’ll react to it, which is why I’d love Santa to bring it instead of buying it myself. 😛

Everneath3. Everneath by Brodi Ashton

I almost, almost picked this book up once. Instead, I decided to pick up a book that turned into my most popular bookish rant ever. I guess that was a good thing (sort of), but that door closed right there. I still want to read it, though!

4. Scarlet by A. C. GaughenScarletUS.indd

I’ve heard fantastic things about this one, and I admit the idea is growing on me. I actually wasn’t sure at first, but you in the blogoverse have convinced me it might be worth a go!

Wentworth Hall5. Wentworth Hall by Abby Grahame

Yes, I’m a Downton Abbey fan. Yes, that is the pure, single reason why this book interests me. I have no shame.

6. While He Was Away by Karen SchreckWhile He was Away

Sometimes I shy away from contemporary YA romances because they are always really hit or miss with me. But Santa could bring me this one and I’d be happy!

Hemlock7. Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock

This has made my shortlist a few million times, but I’ve never actually walked away with it. I can’t wait to, though!

8. The Hunt by Andrew FukudaThe Hunt

Vampires. I still have the bite. I can’t help myself. And apparently these are supposed to be pretty good.

For Darkness Shows the Stars9. For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund

This has me from the moment I saw the cover. It’s just never hit the apex of my list.

10. Seraphina by Rachel HartmanSeraphina

Tamora Pierce told me I should read this book. I NEED TO READ THIS BOOK.