15 Most Favorite Books of 2015

2015 has been a good reading year for me because not only did I finally decide to try a hand at book blogging, but also because I never thought it would be that fulfilling. Sure, formatting and doing Photoshop work can be so freaking tiring, but I get that satisfaction whenever I see that it’s been received well/appreciated. It means a lot especially for a one-man team and small-time blogger like me. Hard work paid off, really. I got to meet a lot of local authors personally, too, and even be that somebody who does things for a bookish circle. Best year yet!

2015 was also the year that I got to read over a hundred books! 109 to be exact according to Goodreads. To be honest, I think I may have forgotten adding other books there. I was one book short because I finished at 110 in 2014. But anyway, I moved on and listed the top 15 that literally had me feeling riding a rollercoaster a lot of times, where the ride got stuck in the middle upside down once or twice. Those emotions. No regrets, though, because I have a thing with rollercoaster rides!

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Listed according to the date they were read:

The Deal – Elle Kennedy

Rating: 5/5
Pure freaking happiness! The Best Book Hangover award goes to this! If you love Tangled by Emma Chase, this is its NA version, in my opinion.

Feels Like Home – Evelyn Adams

Rating: 5/5 | Free on Amazon
Respectable doctor from one of the best families I’ve read ever. Bad news woman. Small town romance with stunning storyline!

Off Base – Tessa Bailey and Sophie Jordan

Rating: 4/5
You can never go wrong with this one. Never thought Tessa could pull off a virgin hero!

When I Fall – J. Daniels

Rating: 5/5
Read this! RIGHT. NOW. Reed Tennyson is EVERYTHING!

The Year We Became Invincible – Samantha Mae Coyiuto

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Different approach to narration but still amazing! YA read.

Make Me – Tessa Bailey

Rating: 4/5
Friends to lovers. Hot construction worker. Rich girl. Off the charts chemistry.

Sustained – Emma Chase

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Funny. Sexy. Intelligent. An Emma Chase signature! 1-click this!

YURI – Marian Tee

Rating: 5/5 | My review
My favorite Marian Tee book so far. Funny and emotional as hell!

Learning to Fall – Mina V. Esguerra

Rating: 5/5 | My review
#TeamStayson! Book blogger who’s into art set up a challenge with a former rugby co-captain.

Still Water – A.M. Johnson

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Emotional perfection. Todd. Iz. King, baby.

Perfectly Imperfect – Harper Sloan

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Body issues tackled flawlessly with a huge dose of romance.

Some Sort of Crazy – Melanie Harlow

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Downright sexy, hot, ridiculously funny and lies within all of it is the deep bond and love between Miles and Natalie.

With Gratitude and Love – Skye Turner

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Love begins in a cup of coffee. Successful author gives cups of coffee to the men in service. Truly wonderful read!

Just a Little Bit of Love – Ines Bautista-Yao

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Cute compilation of clean, sweet love stories of different age levels.

Pollyanna and the Greek Billionaire trilogy- Marian Tee

Rating: 5/5 | My review
Me Before You levels. Teenage marriage, four beautiful kids, deceit, tears. So much tears.

Honorable Mentions

The Duke Takes a Bride by Suzette de Borja – 4-star review
Songs of Our Breakup by Jay E. Tria – 4-star review
Peyton Riley by Bianca Mori – 5-star review
Tempting Victoria by Mina V. Esguerra – 5-star review
Forbidden Nights by Lauren Blakely
This Round I’m Yours by Marian Tee

Very Special Mentions

These are short stories from #TalesFromtheMetro that I immensely enjoyed reading which are all available to purchase at buqo.ph.

Freshman Girl and Junior Guy (An Interim Goddess of Love short story) by Mina V. Esguerra
With You Tonight by Georgette Gonzales
Sweeter By The Second by Caryn P. Santi

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