Thursday, 31 December 2015

My Favourite Reads of 2015

I tried to do a top ten for 2015, but I just couldn’t narrow it down, it’s been a great year for books, so who can blame me? Just a note, I am indecisive so these books are in no particular order. 

1. One Wish in Manhattan by Mandy Baggott
This book was one of the first Christmas books I read this year, and I started well! Magical, heart warming, funny and simply a great read all around! 

2. Our Song by Dani Atkins
Never read any of Dani Atkins’ books before, but have heard only good things about them, and if this book is anything to go by, I’ve been missing out! Make sure to grab some tissues though, 2 boxes should cover it!

3. A Very Big House in the Country by Claire Sandy
Loved Claire Sandy’s previous book ‘What would Mary Berry Do?’ and this one is just as good. Full of secrets, but with Claire’s stand out humour you are compelled to read more and more. 

4. The Happy Ever Afterlife of Rosie Potter (RIP) by Kate Winter
A unique premise, this book had me laughing from the first paragraph, despite the situation Rosie is in. It tugs on the heartstrings too. Perfection in a book. 

5. The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood
This book was a whole load of fun from start to end, and Jess had a penchant for Pear Cider, so instantly felt a connection! 

6. The Cake Shop In The Garden by Carole Matthews
Oh my goodness, this book was so much more emotional than I expected, I truly cared for Fay and my jaw dropped when the twist was revealed. 

7. The Sun In Her Eyes by Paige Toon
Whats a yearly list of my favourite books without a book by Paige Toon on it. Plus this one has wine in it, so a win win all round. 

8. The Winter Wedding by Abby Clements 
Loved this book, planning a wedding myself I could relate, but really the star was lead character Hazel. This book was just adorable. 

9. What a Girl Wants / A Girl’s Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk
 I love Lindsey Kelk’s book and as soon as I read what a girl wants I had to continue onto the third book ASAP. Addictive reading, I absolutely adored these books. 

10. Piano Man Project by Kate French 
This book was perhaps the biggest surprise this year. Absolutely loved this book, Hal especially.

11. The Day We Disappeared by Lucy Robinson 
Oh my. This book left me speechless, absolutely fantastic, couldn’t stop turning the pages. 

12. Asking For it by Louise O’Neill 
This book was seriously good, a dark subject, but an important read for everyone. Didn’t like the ending, but I think that’s the point. Thought provoking.

Adore this series beyond belief, and it just keeps getting better. I loved every second of this book, and was a great read around the Christmas period.

What were your favourite reads of 2015?


  1. I am completely over the moon to have a book in your Best Reads of 2015! Thank you so much! I hope you have a lovely New Year!

    Mandy x

  2. I am completely over the moon to have a book in your Best Reads of 2015! Thank you so much! I hope you have a lovely New Year!

    Mandy x


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