Loved That, Read This [9]

 

Loved That, Read This

 

I’ve been giving a lot of books recommendations lately, so I decided to start a new weekly feature. Loved That, Read This is all about recommending books! There’s no set amount on how many books you have to recommend per week, or restrictions on what genres/age categories you can feature. Just have fun with this! If you want to participate, please link back to me in your post, and then link up below via the linky! Okay, with that said, here we go:

 

This week I decided to show authors who have a similar writing style/theme in their books.

 

If you loved Sarah Dessen, then read Morgan Matson.

They both like to focus on mostly the same small town in their books, and their earlier characters reappear in later books. The characters are engaging, and I could get lost in their books. Morgan is one of my new favorite authors, so I highly recommend her books, especially Since You’ve Been Gone.

If you loved Huntley Fitzpatrick, then read Miranda Kenneally.

I think both of these authors write super cute romances. Miranda has a sports focus on her books, but as someone who doesn’t really like sports, I still adored her Hundred Oaks series. I loved the audiobooks for Huntley’s books, and would recommend them to audiobook lovers. You could easily read either of these authors’ books in a day if you’re so inclined.

If you loved Elle Kennedy, then read Miranda Kenneally.

Yes, I’m recommending Miranda twice. Anyways I’ve only read books 1-2 of Elle’s Off-Campus series, but I LOVED them. If you’re looking for some sports books with a little less hot romance, check out Miranda’s Hundred Oaks series. They’re fantastic, and geared towards a younger group of people (YA vs. NA). I still have a ton of Elle books to read, so I better get on that!

If you loved Sophie Kinsella, then read Jill Mansell.

These two are authors from the United Kingdom, and I think they both have a similar feel to their stories. Although to be honest, I’ve found myself enjoying Jill’s books more lately than Sophie’s. I think because there’s more of a focus on romance throughout each book? Not sure.

 

Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! Don’t forget to link up below with the URL to your blog post (not your blog), and your name. Then if you have some time, check out some of the other links!

 

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