Fall 2022 Seasons Of Books ~ Sept. 22nd – Dec. 20th

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

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73 comments on “Fall 2022 Seasons Of Books ~ Sept. 22nd – Dec. 20th

  1. I’ve enjoyed reading The Final Girl Support Group

  2. I enjoyed Immortal Rising by Lynsay Sands.

  3. I had a devotional I really enjoyed this year. Thank you

  4. I loved the Forty Proof series by Shannon Mayer.

  5. Bridal Jitters (Harmony) by Jayne Castle
    Thanks for the contest.

  6. Fenway and Hattie by Victoria J. Coe

  7. I recently read Love Always, Christmas which was a feel good fun read.

  8. I have been so busy this year. I only re-read some of the sword of truth series by terry goodkind.

  9. I liked reading An Island by Karen Jennings.

  10. I liked Sisi: Empress On Her Own by Allison Pataki.

  11. The wife between us

  12. I enjoyed rereading one of my all time favorite books….Prince of Tides. It has been years and years since I first read it.

  13. I enjoyed reading Fresh Water for Flowers by Perrin

  14. I adored Book Lovers by Emily Henry!

  15. Lover Arisen by J.R. Ward

  16. See No Evil by David Fennell.

  17. What is your favorite holiday tradition?

  18. Say yes to the duke by Eloisa James

  19. Trust, by Hernan Diaz

  20. I liked Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas

  21. I really enjoyed Daisy Darker!

  22. The Time Machine Did It.

  23. Howl’s Moving Castle

  24. Fairy Tale, Stephen King

  25. Favorite 2022 read so far – The Candy House, Jennifer Egan.

  26. My favorite read this year was Fenway and Hattie by Victoria J. Coe

  27. One of my favorite reads this year is Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  28. I know this sounds bad but I haven’t finished any books this year. This year has been hectic. I did read with my son, a long walk to water and it was good but sad.

  29. A Scoundrel of Her Own by Stacy Reid and Belladonna by Adalyn Grace are among my favorites so far.

  30. Daisy Darker by

  31. Stephen King’s Fairy Tale has been my favorite read of the year so far.

  32. It was Shadow Fire by Christine Feehan.
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  33. Nothing yet. Thanks for the giveaway!

  34. I loved The Candy House!

  35. I actually haven’t read a book yet this year but I’ve been trying to get through American Psycho. It’s very violent so I’ve been having to take a lot of breaks.

  36. The Girls weekend was pretty good

  37. Nothing in particular

  38. Lorraine Hansberry’s original screenplay for A Raisin In The Sun, it read with as much depth and emotion as any novel.

  39. My favorite so far this year has been Redeeming love by Francine Rivers

  40. Storm Echo by Nalini Singh

  41. There have been so many books that I’ve really loved this year. I’m going to narrow it down to two: Storm Echo by Nalini Singh and Darius by J.R. Ward.

  42. My favorite read this year has been Lover Arisen by J.R. Ward.

  43. I’m not sure I can narrow it down to one. I’m going to say Crowbones by Anne Bishop since I’ve read/listened to it twice because I loved it so much.

  44. I am looking forward to read the book called Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel this season sounds amazing.

  45. My best read so far of 2022 is It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover.

    • House of ash

  46. I read Beautiful Little Fools by Jillian Cantor and absolutely loved it!

  47. My favorite book I read was Starlight bridge by Debbie Mason.

  48. I just read Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney and LOVED IT! Hands down my favorite fiction of 2022.

  49. There are two books that I have found intriguing so far this year:
    Upgrade by Blake Crouch
    The School for Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan

  50. Reminders of Him Colleen Hoover

  51. Broken Whispers by Neva Altaj

  52. I read White Horse by Erika T. Wurth and it was good!

  53. I been reading only a monster by vanessa len

  54. I’ve enjoyed so many, but nothing has been a big hit for me. I did like Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews more than I thought I would.

  55. I have been listening to books I have had and already listened to before.

  56. Star Trek The Captain’s Oath

  57. Verity!

  58. My favorite read this year has been a book called “Count the Nights by Stars.”

  59. none yet

  60. “The Sun Is a Compass: A 4,000-Mile Journey into the Alaskan Wilds”
    a memoir by Caroline Van Hemert

  61. Sabriel was my favorite so far this year!

  62. Lightning in a Mirror by Jayne Ann Krentz

  63. I haven’t read a book that has really excited me yet. Thanks for the giveaway.:)

  64. My fave has been Babel by RF Kaung 🙂

  65. I’ve had a very, very mediocre reading year so far…but one book that honestly gave me all the warm fussies was All Rhodes Lead Here by Mariana Zapata. Her books just make me feel better no matter what.


  67. So far this year my favorite read has been Phantom Game by Christine Feehan!

  68. I loved Give Me a Reason by AL Jackson.

  69. Wow. You asked a really tough question.

    I’ve had reader burnout a lot this year. I loved loved The Liar’s Crown by Abigail Owen. I also loved Stealing Infinity by Alyson Noel. Darby Baham’s Bloom Where You’re Planted and London Calling are really really good.

  70. My favorite so far is A Queen of Ruin by K.F. Breene

  71. I enjoyed the EPSILON Sci-Fi Thriller series by Brian H. Roberts and hope that there are more stories to come

  72. Babel (R.F. Kuang), Kaikeyi (Vaishnavi Patel), Only a Monster (Vanessa Len) – just to name a few.