I started this post a little bit later than usual this year, but that’s because I have been so busy reading! These are always my favorite blog posts of the entire year! I think this is the fourth year in a row I have shared every single book I read with you guys – maybe even more. Check out last year’s post >>>> HERE. So.. here is every book I read in 2022.
Every Book I Read in 2022
by Elena Armas
I started off the year on a romance kick! They’re always quick and easy reads and I figured why not put a good dent into my goal while I was still soaking in all the newborn cuddles with Kenlee. This is basically The Wedding Date in book form – I loved it!
by Ella Maise
Another amazing romance, I breezed through this one so fast! I absolutely fell in love with these characters and read the second one immediately after! It’s also on Kindle Unlimited which I highly recommend subscribing to if you read more than two books a month!
by Ella Maise
This is the follow-up book to To Love Jason Thorn – and I read it immediately after. I couldn’t get enough! Also on Kindle Unlimited!
by Rachel Hawkins
I am the biggest Rachel Hawkins fan ever! Her last book, The Wife Upstairs made it onto my top ten books in 2021 – so I pre-ordered this one as soon as it was announced! (Hot tip – if you preorder the books they often arrive the day before they come out, which I love). This book was definitely different than her usual, but was the perfect thriller go kick off the new year!
by KC Kean
There is usually never a series that I start and don’t finish but sadly, that was the case here. I can normally handle pretty intense erotic scenes, but I was just not feeling this one.
by Ali Hazelwood
I had to immediately recover from the last book. so I picked a safe choice. This book was just as cute as everyone says it is. I loved it!
by Breezie Bennett
Also on Kindle Unlimited – this was a pretty cute romance. It was super predictable though. It’s book 1 in a series of 5 – but I wasn’t immediately feeling the need to read the second one. I will probably come back to this series later in the year, when I need a quick and cute read.
by Sally Thorne
I loved this book so so so much! I even rented the movie right after! Which I hardly ever do. Definitely will be one of my top ten this year!
by Alafair Burke
This was a very typical Alafair Book story – that being said – it didn’t really wow me. It was entertaining for sure, but definitely not the most exciting thriller of the year!
by Lauren Layne
Not my normal romance style book, but it was super cute. This is definitely a lighthearted read. Think small-town boy in the big city type of love story!
by Katherine Faulkner
I was so excited about this thriller – but it was a little bit of a letdown. The writing was amazing, but I found it a little bit predictable. I also may have been a little sensitive to it since so much of the story revolves around pregnancy.
by Lindsey Kelk
I absolutely fell in love with this book. It’s a true modern-day Cinderella story. It was funny, light-hearted, and romantic! Definitely read this if you’re a rom-com fan!
by Andrea Dunlop
I was not in a reading mood when I started this and so it started off a little slow for me (by no fault of the book). I’m glad I stuck it through because it reminded me a lot of Gossip Girl / The Great Gatsby which are two of my favorite things.
by Emily Wibberley
THE BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR!!! I know it’s a little early to call, but I absolutely loved this story and never wanted it to end. Two ex-lovers locked in a beach house writing a romance novel – honestly the perfect recipe for a good book. I was SO invested in their story and couldn’t stop thinking about it afterward. I am manifesting they make this a movie.
by Devon Daniels
This book was also super cute. It. reminded me a lot of The Hating Game, but add in a little politics (not too heavy on this I promise. I wish this were a series because I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s even more impressive that this was her debut novel – I expect many great things to come!
by Sandy Barker
I was hoping reading this book would bring back all of my honeymoon memories – but it was much more Eat Pray Love than it was honeymoon on the beach. That being said, it was still okay- I just had the very wrong perception before I even started it.
by Anna E. Collins
This was another super cute and easy-to-read romance novel. I found the characters super likable and the plot was relatable for anyone who has ever wanted revenge on an ex LOL.
by Lucy Foley
Lucy Foley can do no wrong in my book. Her last one made it to my top ten list last year. She is the ultimate thriller writer and this did not disappoint. I did find it different than her others which was refreshing. She definitely has Colleen Hoover style range, which I can appreciate.
by Josie Silver
I feel like it is going to be so hard to choose the best ten books of the year this year. It’s not even March and I have read so many good ones. This is definitely a contender – she also wrote One Day in December which I absolutely loved.
by Tessa Bailey
This was definitely one of the most anticipated books of 2022, for me at least. I was OBSESSED with her last book and hated waiting for the follow-up. One of my favorite series ever! If you haven’t read book one, It Happened One Summer, then stop what you’re doing immediately and do so.
by T.L. Swan
by T.L. Swan
by Lauren Asher
by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
by Gabrielle Union
by Meghan Quinn