Top 10: Books I LOVED with Fewer than 2,000 Ratings on Goodreads

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The Top 10 Tuesday tag was created The Broke and the Bookish and is now being hosted on That Artsy Reader Girl.

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Prompt

February 19, 2019: Books I LOVED with Fewer than 2,000 Ratings on Goodreads

Whenever I fall in love with a new book I feel like everyone else must feel the same way. So, I’m particularity surprised that these favorites of mine don’t have more ratings!

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Once and For All (American Valor #1) by Cheryl Etchison

Overkill by Linda Castillo

Atrophy (Atrophy #1) by Jess Anastasi

Game of Hearts (Fandom Hearts #3) by Cathy Yardley

Hemi (Hell Squad #13) by Anna Hackett

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Antidote (Love and War #1) by R.A. Steffan

Swagger (Milwaukee Dragons #2) by Liz Lincoln

Pure Dynamite by Lauren Bach

The Power of Two by Patti O’Shea

Someone Like You (The Harrisons #2) by Jennifer Gracen

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What books do you love with less than 2,000 reviews?

Share your thoughts in the comments below.

 


5 thoughts on “Top 10: Books I LOVED with Fewer than 2,000 Ratings on Goodreads

  1. I love the book title, Someone Like You. I remember you posting on Twitter about that book and the title immediately caught my attention. It’s the same title to one of my fave romantic comedies (with Ashley Judd) and one of my fave songs (by Van Morrison) ♥️ Okay well now that I’ve shared all that (lol), the book I love with < 2000 ratings is Just an Illusion by D. Kelly. It’s important to rave about these amazing and sadly, underrated books. Great post!

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    1. I love when a book title will randomly connect for a person because it reminds them of other things they love! Ann Aguirre wrote a New Adult series and each book was named after a Backstreet Boys song and I had to try the series because I was definitely a boyband fan in the 90s. 🙂

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  2. I loved Swagger! And the first book in that series, On the Line. It’s my belief that the covers of these books scare people away. Honestly, I almost passed the first book up because of the cover and was soooo glad I decided to give it a chance.

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