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My Favorite Reads of 2016

Where has 2016 Gone?

It’s December 2016 already and if you’re like me you are busy making plans for the holiday season. I’m9780425284315-200x292 also writing A Love To Remember, book #7 in my Disgraced Lords series. What do you think of the cover?

I’m putting the Christmas tree up this weekend, just a little one, and it’s fake as I suffer from allergies to pine trees.

However, I’m proud that I’ve just about finished my Christmas shopping and all I have to do is wrap them.

New Zealand basically closes down between 24th December and the 4th January. I’m taking a break too! And I propose to read all the books I haven’t had time to read this year.

Here are my favorite top 5 reads of this year in no particular order (the books might not have been published this year but I read them in 2016):

  1. Pretend You’re Mine – Lucy Score
  2. The Dom Who Loved Me – Lexi Blake
  3. The Rogue You Know – Shana Galen
  4. The Madness of Viscount Atherbourne – Elisa Braden
  5. Surrendering to the Vengeful Italian – Angela Bissell (my fellow kiwi – I see big things ahead for Angela, she writes emotion like no other)

Here is what is on my list to read over the holidays:

  1. What We Find – Robyn Carr
  2. Sealed with a Kiss – Leeanna Morgan (another kiwi author doing really well)
  3. The Daredevil Snared – Stephanie Laurens
  4. Due South Boxed Set – Tracey Alvarez (another kiwi doing well)
  5. For Love of the Duke – Christi Caldwell
  6. When a Laird Loves a Lady – Julie Johnstone
  7. One Wicked Night – Heather Boyd
  8. A Secret between Friends – Serenity Woods (another kiwi)
  9. Sleeping Beau – Lila DiPasqua
  10. Viking Warrior Rising – Asa Marie Bradley

What will you be reading this Christmas and will you be snuggling by the fire or lying by the pool.

As it’s the holiday season, it’s only right that I spread the joy of gift giving. I’m giving away a $20 Gift Card to one lucky commenter who tells me their favorite book/s in 2016.

A Night of Forever_Evans-255x300You might like to read my latest release, A NIGHT OF FOREVER, book #6 in my Disgraced Lords series, and thank you for all the kind reviews.

One reviewer said, “I could not put this book down! I stayed up a couple of late nights simply because I could not leave off in the middle of an intense moment or two in the plot. Those who have followed this series will not be disappointed!”

I hope 2016 has been good to you, and that 2017 brings even more joy!

Spread the love of reading.

Happy Holidays!

As always – Read. Feel. Fall in Love.

13 thoughts on “My Favorite Reads of 2016

  1. I have many favorites but the ones that stand out are Viking Warrior Rising by Asa Marie Bradley, Black Bullet by L.D. Rose and A Night of Forever ;) ~Aleen Davis

    1. Hi Aleen

      You were my christmas winner! Do you use gift cards from Amazon?

      cheers
      Bronwen

  2. Kristine R says:

    I really LOVE this cover very pretty and sexy at the same time. I’ll be staying home with my family. We put up our tree on December 6th and decorate it together while listening to Christmas songs. My favorite books of 2016 are Cold Burn of Magic by Jennifer Estep, Last Kiss of Summer by Marina Adair, The Untamed Earl by Valerie Bowman, Moto by M. Never, Explicit by Roxy Sloane, Wild Cat by Christine Feehan and I Kissed a Rogue by Shana Galen. I’ll be reading in December Filthy Rich by Raine Miller, The Unlikely Lady by Valerie Bowman, Duke of Pleasure by Elizabeth Hoyt, Dark Carousel by Christine Feehan and Unseen Messages by Pepper Winters. Thank you for this. *hugs*

  3. Joann Maggio says:

    My list of top novels 2016

    1.The Highlander by Kerrigan Byrne
    2.Forgotten Secrets by Robin Perini
    3.A Night of Forever by Bronwen Evans
    4.The Rogue’s Wager by Christi Caldwell
    5.The Promise by Dana D’Angelo

  4. Clarissa Boggs says:

    I’ve had a lot of them but the ones that stick out are
    1. Lady midnight by Cassandra Clare
    2. Christmas in a scots arms by Julie Johnstone
    3.adrian by Ariel Marie
    4. Imposter k. Larson
    5.The Time Travelers Christmas by

  5. Karen Simpson says:

    Goodness there are so many. I like the bike that Margaret Locke has written, starting with ‘A Matter of Time.’ I also love the books I. The trilogy -FIRE , Wind, and Ice by Elizabeth Johns. I enjoyed your book, ‘To Challenge the Earl of Cravenswood.’ There are so many more.

  6. Janet Goodard says:

    It is hard to pick just one, I have a lot of favorites. Of course, the last several Disgraced Lords books, the last two Highland Hearts by Maeve Greyson, and the Scottish Relic trilogy by May McGoldrick.

  7. Connie Reynolds says:

    It’s hard to pick just one. I find it hard NOT to like a book. The last book that did me in was Protecting Alabama’s Kids. I was laughing out loud, crying (I mean Ugly crying), and all emotions in between. It had a touch of paranormal, which is not my usual cup of tea. In this book it worked.

  8. Dawn Morse says:

    Family sins by Sharon Sala
    Kathryn Le Veque releases especially the Iron Knight
    And Silver James Moonstruck Secrets

    Just a recent few

  9. jerilynn rodriguez says:

    Eerie by CM MCCoy
    Dragonhorse by Denice Garrou
    The Ascenders series by CL Gaber

  10. Miriam Suter says:

    My favourite books have been The Ghost by Monica McCarty; Marrying Winterbourne by Lisa Kleypas; When a Scot Ties the Knot by Tessa Dare. Looking forward to the kids being out of school in a week so I can relax and catch up on some more reading!

  11. bn100 says:

    the shack by William Young

  12. Bube says:

    The Cover of A Love to Rembember is fantastic! :)
    My favorite books this year are:
    Marriage Games by CD Reiss
    Hard Compromise by Samanthe Beck
    After The Kiss by Lauren Layne
    Night Road by Kristin Hannah
    The Deal by Elle Kennedy

    I have so many books to read,plan to read some of them for Christmas :)

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