Top Ten Tuesday – Fall TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish.  Each week features a different them that can be applied to whatever genre of books you like to read.  I find it so fun to makes lists and I like to check out other blogger’s lists as it always seems to add books to my TBR list.

So, this week is fitting then!  The topic this week is the top books for fall that I am waiting/wanting/hoping/dying to read!

Sensational by Janet Nissenson


This is the final book in the series and I have adored every book I have read by her.  The books aren’t full of perfect characters, but I think that is what draws me in.  If you haven’t read any of her work yet – check her out!

The Striker by Monica McCarty

the striker

I have adored the Highland Guard series since the Chief came out.  The series is winding to a close and I think there are two more books to go.  It’s always hard to finish a series, but the best part is that there is a ton of books to go back and re-read!

Cold Hearted Rake by Lisa Kleypas

cold hearted rake

It seems like an eternity since the master Lisa Kleypas published a historical romance book.  This book comes out the end of October and I am super excited to read this book!

One King’s Way by Samantha Young

one kings way

It’s a novella that is part of the On Dublin Street series and Samantha has been teasing glimpses of this book on instagram lately.  I am really looking forward to this book as it seems like it has her signature style all over it!

A Gentleman for All Seasons featuring stories by Shana Galen, Vanessa Kelly, Theresa Romain and Kate Noble

a gentleman for all seasons

What is not to love?  Four stories in one!  I love the writing of all these ladies, so I can’t wait!

Some Like It Scot by Suzanne Enoch

some like it scot

I have really enjoyed this series and the brawn Highlanders Suzanne Enoch has brought to life.  The cover of this book would encourage me to get it regardless of who wrote it!  I am excited for Bear’s story and I am sure it will be a scorcher!

The Gilded Chain by Lauren Smith

tje gilded chain

Lauren Smith is a supremely talented author and there is not much that she can’t write about.  Her erotic series has been really enjoyable and the latest one is about to come out!  Can’t wait!

Duke of Scandal by Gaelen Foley

duke of scandal

I really like her work, but for some reason she is not as well known as other authors.  This is a new series she has coming out and I have it pre-ordered already!

Steal Me by Lauren Layne

steal me

I have recently discovered the work of Lauren Layne and loved her work so much that I blew through like 3 series over a weekend.  I actually did an author review, which you can check out here.  This book looks great and features New York City’s finest.  Can’t wait!

The Hunter by Kerrigan Byrne

the hunter

Ok, so I am cheating a little.  This book comes out in February, but I loved her book the Highwayman so much that I am really looking forward to reading another book by her!


7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Fall TBR List”

  1. Can’t wait for the new Lisa Kleypas and Gaelen Foley release’s, it seem’s like an age since their last work. I just love Foley’s work she is a fabulous writer and so often over looked.

  2. Gaelen Foley is one of my favorite authors to read!! I just love her books, both her recent ones and her backlist!! I am super excited for Cold Hearted Rake, thrilled to see my favorite author getting back to historical romance. I just love Monica McCarty, she is just fabulous. And yes for Some Like It Scot, I love Enoch and she has done so great with this latest series of hers. Hope you enjoy all of these when you get your hands on it.

  3. I have pre-ordered Cold-Hearted Rake and Duke of Scandal. It seems an age since Lisa Kleypas’s last historical novel and I loved Gaelen Foley’s Knight Family series. I bought Kerrigan Byrne’s The Highwayman on the basis of the excellent reviews it garnered but I haven’t had chance to read it yet. No doubt I will be putting The Hunter on my wish list in due course,

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