I didn’t have to look too far to find series I’d like to start/catch up on/finish. I found my entire list either on my physical bookshelves in my house or on my Kindle!! And I’m not including any series that are not completed yet.
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While this is not the series I’ve waited to finish the longest, it is the most frustrating one for me. Why? I listened to book one on audiobook and while book three is also on audiobook, book two was never recorded. So, on principle, I’m holding out until Verity shows up in audio form.
This is a six-book series, but I’ve only read book one. No excuses other than lack of time. And this isn’t even Susan Sleeman’s newest series so there’s another to add to the list!
Denise Hunter is one of my favorite contemporary romance authors, yet I haven’t even started her latest series.
Deborah Raney writes great families, but I’ve only gotten to book one of the Chandler Sisters series.
You’d think with only two books in the series, it would be easy to finish. You’d be wrong. I haven’t read the second in Robin Jones Gunn’s Havenmaker series.
While I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in this speculative series about a small group of people who have lived many lives because they cannot grow old or die, I have not yet made it to Cady’s story in All That’s Fair.
Another series I’m only 2/3 of the way through. But this one may be subconscious because any time I type the authors name, muscle memory kicks in and I end up typing my own last name since it is so similar to this author’s.
Even though I am a fan of all things Jane Austen, I’ve only read two of the six of Debra White Smith’s contemporary retellings!
I discovered Jennifer Rodewald’s in the third and final book of her Grace Revealed series, and though I’ve kept up with every one of her books since, I have yet to go back and finish this series. Few authors tear you apart emotionally and put you back together like Rodewald does.
Okay, okay, I know this isn’t ten series, but I have just moved a whole bunch of books up on my to-read list, so I’m going to stop here this week.
I hope you love all of them.
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Natalya Lakhno says
Susan Sleeman’s six-book series – I’ve read three – need to catch up 🙂
First Impressions looks interesting.
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Cindy Davis says
I said on someone’s post I had not finished a series this year and then I saw this post and I realized I accidentally lied! I read the Riverbend series! Great list! I hope you do enjoy these when you get a chance to read them.
Suzie Waltner says
The books do tend to run together some days! 🙂
Susan (Bloggin' 'bout Books) says
You really have no excuses if you have all these on your bookshelves and Kindle! LOL. I have no room to talk as I’m in the middle of a ton of series and I even have several of them readily available. It’s just about finding time to finish them while also being distracted by new reads. The struggle is real! Good luck with all these.