Kiss Con TBR

This list has been a work in progress since, I think, October of last year and I’m still not 100% sure about which books I’m actually going to get to. So, basically, this list is an ideal, if I had all the time in the world kind of list. The problem with this list is that it’s very white, which is reflective of the author lineup and what books I’ve already read from those authors. So apologies in advance for the lack of diversity and here we go!

A simple image with a floral motif in the corners in coral, navy, and grey, with navy text in the middle that reads Kiss Con TBR
A simple image with a floral motif in the corners in coral, navy, and grey, with navy text in the middle that reads Kiss Con TBR

Alisha Rai

Yeah, Alisha gets her own row because I have three books I haven’t yet read by her and I’m excited for all three. They are Waiting for Her, Be My Fantasy, and Stay My Fantasy. I’ve read all five of her Avon releases so these three are all independently published books of hers.

Joanna Shupe

I have even more unread Joanna Shupe books than Alisha Rai’s, so I’m not certain I’ll get to them all, but I’m definitely going to give it a shot. My priority is reading The Prince of Broadway because of how much I loved The Rogue of Fifth Avenue earlier this month. I can’t wait for that one!! My other priorities are A Notorious Vow, A Daring Arrangement, Tycoon, Baron, and Mogul.

Olivia Waite

I somehow wound up with three Olivia Waite books, so I’m going to try and make it through all three, but my priority is, of course, The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics. The other two are A Thief in the Nude and At His Countess’ Pleasure.

Eva Leigh

I also have three Eva Leigh books to read for Kiss Con, if possible, Scandal Takes the Stage, Temptations of a Wallflower, and Dare to Love a Duke. I am most excited about Dare to Love a Duke, so if I can only get to one, that’s the one I would choose.

Megan Frampton

I have three Megan Frampton books on my TBR. Those are Lady Be Reckless, The Duke’s Guide to Correct Behavior, and Why Do Duke’s Fall in Love?.

Tessa Dare

I have three unread Tessa Dare’s on my shelves (physical and ebook combined) and those are Twice Tempted by a Rogue, Three Nights with a Scoundrel, and Surrender of a Siren. Oh, and a novella, His Bride for the Taking. I have to finish the first two on this list before Kiss Con because they belong to my friend, Emily, and need to be mailed (signed and personalized) to her in Washington.

And now I think we’re to authors where I own two unread books by them, so onward we go…

Beverly Jenkins

On my TBR by Ms. Bev are Destiny’s Embrace and Tempest.

Sophie Jordan

From Sophie Jordan, I have The Scandal of It All and Beautiful Sinner.

Lisa Kleypas

Since Chasing Cassandra comes out before Kiss Con, I put it on this list, along with Someone to Watch Over Me, which is an older LK title that I’ve owned for ages and haven’t read.

HelenKay Dimon

From Dimon, I have Her Other Secret and Under the Wire.

And now we begin authors where I have only a single title on my list. I’m going to go in alphabetical order through these.

Ilona Andrews’ Clean Sweep, Christy Carlyle’s One Scandalous Kiss, Sonali Dev’s A Bollywood Affair, Jennifer Estep’s Crush the King (which I have an arc of thanks to my favorite editor, Erika Tsang), Waking Up with the Duke by Lorraine Heath, A Kiss at Midnight by Eloisa James, Love on My Mind by Tracey Livesay, Daring Miss Danvers by Vivienne Lorret, The Lord I Left by Scarlett Peckham, Duchess by Design by Maya Rodale, At Wolf Ranch by Jennifer Ryan, The Takeover Effect by Nisha Sharma, Back in the Game by Lori Wilde, and Overtime for Love by Synthia Williams.

The bad thing about a list as long as this one is that there are still authors I’m not going to get to and that aren’t even included on this list. Are you going to Kiss Con? If so, what books are highest on your TBR?


3 responses to “Kiss Con TBR”

  1. I’m so excited to see your KissCon TBR! I know you’ve already made progress since you’ve posted this, and I believe in your ability to at least knock out a decent chunk of these!

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      • I thought you had read The Prince of Broadway, too, but I’m sure you’ll get to that one soon enough. We still have lots of time, unfortunately. And it’s not like you won’t still have the absolute best time at KissCon if you don’t read these all by then!


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