Best Books of 2015
For the past couple of years, I've set a reading goal for myself on Goodreads. I made my goal of 50 books in 2014 and set the same goal for 2015. This year was a busy year, so unfortunately I won't make that goal. However, I did read quite a few books this year, and in my opinion, these are the best of the best:
- The Knockoff by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza: This was a fun read for the fashion-obsessed. It gave me a new perspective on the older generation and their ability to adapt to technology.
- Reservations for Two by Hillary Manton Lodge: I've fallen in love with the series Hillary wrote, and book two is no exception. Prepare for an adventure that makes twists and turns as the protagonist tries to straighten out her love life.
- Me Before You by Jojo Moyes: I rarely become so invested in a book that I actually cry, but this was one of those reads. You'll gobble this one up.
- Through Waters Deep by Sarah Sundin: If you love WWII-era fiction, this was a sweet romance about friendship slowly blossoming into love.
- Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers: This story was incredible and heart-wrenching as you watch the protagonist succumb to the call to fame and fortune.
- Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari: This is a bit of a cheat because I haven't finished reading this book yet; however, Aziz makes some poignant statements about the millennials and our views about contemporary love. It's quite eye-opening.
- Love Style Life by Garance Dore: Again, I'm still reading through this book, but it's truly beautiful and inspiring for anyone interested in style, fashion, beauty, or lifestyle blogging.
What books did you read this year that I should read in 2016?