Recommendations of our Favorite Books We Read in 2021

Here are the books that consumed our hearts and souls last year! Click our reviews to learn more about each book, or click on the cover to go to Amazon. We organized our favorites by age and genre categories so it would be easier to find exactly what you want. We hope you enjoy!
♥ The Star-Crossed Ladies

YA Romance


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NA Romance


Arielle’s Review

Arielle’s Choice

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Adult Romance


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Arielle’s Choice

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Arielle’s Choice

Chelsea’s Choice

Jen’s Review

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Chelsea’s Review

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Historical Romance


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YA Dystopian


Jen’s Review

YA Fantasy

Chelsea’s Review Cheslea’s Review Chelsea’s Review

Chelsea’s Review

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Chelsea’s Choice

Cassie’s Choice

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Arielle’s Choice

Cassie’s Choice
Chelsea’s Choice

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Cassie’s Choice

Chelsea’s Choice

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Cassie’s Choice

Chelsea’s Review

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Cassie’s Review

NA Fantasy


Arielle’s Review
Chelsea’s Choice

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Chelsea’s Choice

Jen’s Review
Arielle’s Choice

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Chelsea’s Review

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Adult Fantasy


Arielle’s Choice

Chelsea’s Review

Chelsea’s Choice

NA Paranormal


Jen’s Review

YA Sci-Fi


Chelsea’s Choice

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Chelsea’s Choice

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Arielle’s Choice

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YA Thriller


Cassie’s Choice

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Cassie’s Choice

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Adult Thriller


Cassie’s Choice

Fan Fiction

These are Arielle’s recs and they’re all Draco x Hermione ♥

*Remain Nameless by HeyJude19
*The Right Thing To Do, All the Wrong Things, and The Auction by lovesbitca8
*Manacled by SenLinYu
*Wait and Hope and Beginning and End by mightbewriting
*Bring Him To His Knees by Musyc
*The Gloriana Set by ThebeMoon
*The Disappearances of Draco Malfoy by Speechwriter
*The Fallout by Everythursday


We hope you had fun looking through our 2021 Favorite Books! Are any of these your favorite books too? If not, what was your favorite standalone book last year?

You can see more of our yearly recommendations for Favorites From a Series HERE.

You can also see more of our yearly recommendations for Favorite Standalone Books HERE.

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6 Comments

  1. Sam@wlabb

    Dating Makes Perfect was such a fun and cute book. It pains me that it doesn’t get more love, so I am excited to see it on your list.
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    • Jen

      A million times yes! It is the cutest story and so swoon worthy, it just made me feel everything. I’m so happy you love it so much too!

  2. ShootingStarsMag

    So many I own and need to read: It Happened One Summer, Kingdom of the Wicked, and A Deadly Education.
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    • Jen

      I’m in the same boat as you lol! I still need to read all of these too, here’s hoping we both love them!

  3. Sophie

    This is an impressive list and romance aside I must have read nearly all of them!

    • Jen

      It’s amazing how many favorites we had last year! Here’s hoping we both discover so many favorites this year!

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