I’m not a huge rereader. When I do, it’s normally an audiobook during the 24 Hour Readathon (I can only listen to books that I’ve read before, I don’t know why). Other times, it’s because it’s been 84 years and I need a refresher on the series before continuing.
However, there are some books that I want to read again because they’re just that good! Maybe 2021 will be the year of the reread!
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Comfort Food by Kitty Thomas: I read this back in 2011? and was obsessed! I thought about it for months afterward! It was one of the first Erotica books I had read and the very first “dark” Romance that I read. I still find myself randomly thinking about it, and I wonder if it would have the same impact on me all these years later.
Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead: I have read this series twice and I want to read it again! This should probably become a regular thing, because I get these random urges to revisit Rose and Dimitri.
Georgina Kincaid Series by Richelle Mead: I’ve also read this entire series twice, but I want to again! And again! This is probably my all-time favorite series. It’s so good! Those covers are gross though.
Struck by Jennifer Bosworth: I was obsessed when I first read this book! It’s one of the very very few books I actually still own on my bookshelf. I want to read it again, but I’m also terrified that it might not hold up all these years later!
Zero Repeat Forever by G.S. Prendergast: This one might be cheating, because I technically have not read it. I beta read this one before it was published and I was in love! It was sooo good! I just know that it’s even better now after more editing. It’s been several years now, and the sequel is out, so perhaps it’s time to finally get to it.
Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson: I read this earlier this year and it blew my freaking mind! I was super confused while reading it, with good reason! I feel like I’d pick up on more on the second or third or fourth read through, because this book is absolutely crazy!