Our Favorite Surprises of 2015!

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Every year there’s a surprise or two from our favorite authors, here’s our favorites!

Christian Grey’s POV (of Fifty Shades of Grey) in Grey by E.L. James

The very welcome appearance of long time favorite, Gabriel Emerson, in Sylvain Reynard‘s new series (The Prince and The Raven)

Katy Evans novella- Ms. Manwhore which was all about the HEA

The Never, Never series by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

Priest by Sierra Simone

Darken the Stars by Amy A Bartol

The Record of My Heart by Georgina Guthrie 

Did you get any great bookish surprises in 2015?

About katiebird

I am a huge reader of young adult, new adult, and paranormal romances. I also have an acute fondness of Robert Thomas Pattinson. I love that I get to share with everyone my love of reading.

One thought on “Our Favorite Surprises of 2015!

  1. Karen Cundy says:

    I was totally surprised by how much I loved the Markham Hall books by Sierra Simone. I always thought I hated historical romance; if I want that kind of thing I would read Hardy or Bronte. I loved Ivy and Julian – what a surprise.

    I had read A Second Chance At Paris and Zero Day Exploit by Cole McCade and loved them but The Lost blew me away. Gritty, dark, haunting so different from his other books.

    And of course Gus by Kim Holden. So many references in the book to words and phrases that the Bright Side family suggested. I laughed my head off at the bits I recognised as coming from my friends. I might have shed the odd tear or two also.


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