A Collection of Books I Read in 2014

  1. Confessions Series, by James Patterson
    1. Confessions of a Murder Suspect
    2. The Private School Murders
  2. Let It Snow, by John Green
  3. Christmas at the Cupcake Cafe, by Jenny Colgan
  4. Can You Keep a Secret, by Sophie Kinsella
  5. Crossfire Series, by Sylvia Day
    1. Bared to You
    2. Reflected in You
    3. Entwined with You
  6. Chasing Harry Winston, by Lauren Weisberger
  7. Down and Out in Paris and London, by George Orwell
  8. I Am Malala, by Malala Yousafzai
  9. The Sea of Monsters, by Rick Riordan
  10. Redhead Series, by Alice Clayton
    1. The Unidentified Redhead
    2. The Redhead Revealed
    3. The Redhead Plays Her Hand
  11. Words Get In the Way, by Nan Parson Rossiter
  12. The Lost Recipe for Happiness, by Barbara O’Neal
  13. Secret Daughter, by Shilpi Somaya Gowda
  14. Love with a Chance of Drowning, by Torre DeRoche
  15. First Love, by James Patterson
  16. Trains and Lovers, by Alexander McCall Smith
  17. Will Grayson, Will Grayson, by John Green
  18. The Lunar Chronicles, by Marissa Meyer
    1. Cinder
    2. Scarlet
    3. Cress
  19. A Desirable Residence, by Madeleine Wickham
  20. A Profound Mind, by Dalai Lama XIV
  21. Paris to the Moon, by Adam Gopnik
  22. Glitter and Glue, by Kelly Corrigan
  23. A Discourse by Three Drunkards on Government, by Nakaw Chomin
  24. Where Have All the Soldiers Gone?, by James J. Sheehan
  25. European Democracies, by Markus M.L. Crepaz
  26. The Longest Ride, by Nicholas Sparks
  27. Someday, Someday, Maybe, by Lauren Graham
  28. It’s a Vet’s Life, by Cathy Woodman
  29. Understanding Global Conflict and Cooperation, by Joseph S. Nye Jr.
  30. Keep Calm and Carry a Big Stick, by Kim Gruenefelder
  31. The Girl Next Door, by Bard Parks
  32. Psychos, by Babe Walker
  33. The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern
  34. The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line, by Rob Thomas
  35. Attachments, by Rainbow Rowell
  36. Just One Day Series, by Gayle Forman
    1. Just One Day
    2. Just One Year
  37. A Hopeless Romantic, by Harriet Evans
  38. The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris, by Jenny Colgan
  39. The Titan’s Curse, by Rick Riordan
  40. Little Beach Street Bakery, by Jenny Colgan
  41. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, by Jenny Han
  42. Southern Charm, by Tinsley Mortimer
  43. The Frangipani Hotel, by Violent Kupersmith
  44. Wild Seasons Series, by Lauren Christina
    1. Sweet Filthy Boy
  45. Pretty in Ink, by Lindsey Palmer
  46. Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger, by Beth Harbison
  47. Anna the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins
  48. A Paris Apartment, by Michelle Gable
  49. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, by Jennifer Smith
  50. Cocktail Series, by Alice Clayton
    1. Rusty Nailed
  51. Dare You To, by Katie McGarry
  52. I Am the Messenger, by Markus Zusak
  53. Uganda Be Kidding Me, by Chelsea Handler
  54. Political Suicide, by Michael Palmer
  55. The Buddha Walks into a Bar, by Lodro Rinzler
  56. The Sweet Spot, by Stephanie Evanovich
  57. Lola and the Boy Next Door, by Stephanie Perkins
  58. Four: A Divergent Collection, by Veronica Roth
  59. Landline, by Rainbow Rowell
  60. Government and Politics in Africa, by William Tordoff
  61. Let’s Get Lost, by Adi Alsaid
  62. Bummed Out City, by Scott Burr
  63. The Invitation Series, by Roxy Sloane
    1. the Invitation
    2. Surrender
    3. Release
  64. The Alpha Group Series, by Maya Cross
    1. Locked
    2. Lockout
    3. Unlocked
  65. Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn

(italics indicate it was required reading for my school work)

What books did you read last year? What were your favorites?

About the author
Staci West is an obsessive compulsive traveller who is currently dealing with a chronic case of coffee addicition. Symptoms include blackouts from online shopping sessions, a ferocious passion for everything colourful and energy levels that exceed a normal human capacity. On the advice of her carer and companion, Kendall her yellow labrador, she created L&L, a down to Earth lifestyle blog, as a distraction for her pathological need for shoes.

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