Top 10 of 2014

My friend Dar kinda reminded me to post my top 10.
Check out her post - HERE

So here it is (I hope I can do 10, it was a good year!) -
My top 10 favorite books of 2014 -
(not in any order)

1. A Sandy Seashell Shop Christmas - Lisa Wingate

2. Slave Again - Alana Terry

3. Nantucket Sisters - Nancy Thayer

4. Accident - Joanne Simon Tailele

5. Wakefield - Erin Callahan & Troy H Gardner

6. Wildwood Creek - Lisa Wingate

7. Dancing with Fireflies - Denise Hunter

8. Sentinel - Joshua Winning

9. Cape Maybe - Carol Fragale Brill

10 - And my favorite book of the year!
Lost Lake - Sarah Addison Allen

What were some of your favorites?
If you did a post, send me a link and I will visit.


  1. Wendy, thank for all you do to promote books and authors. I'm honored that CAPE MAYBE is included among such great company. And, I see a couple books I missed that need to be on my to read list.
    All the best and Happy New Year,

  2. I'm waiting for my copy of Lost Lake to arrive at the library. I also need to pick up Slave Again. It sounds really good.

    1. OMG Lost Lake was sooo good!
      So was Slave Again, but sad!

  3. Lol. I'm lucky I remembered my list. Lost Lake was so good. I had listened to it on audio and it was great. There's a few on your list that I want to read. Too many books and not enough time to read them all.

    Happy New Year my dear friend! I wish you health and happiness for 2015! Luv ya bunches!

    1. I can't remember - have you read Sarah Addison Allen's other books? I have read them all.

  4. Loved Dancing With Fireflies! I haven't read any of the other books on your list, but there are a couple that I might read someday. Hope you have a great 2015, Wendy! :)

  5. This was so encouraging to me, thanks so much!

  6. Besides Dancing with Fireflies, I haven't read any on your list. I guess there are some more to be added to my TBR pile :-)

  7. Thanks for the list. I came to this from a link at YA Young Adult link at Goodreads. I didn't a top 10 post of my own. It is great to see what others enjoyed.