TTT: Top ten most anticipated releases for the second half of 2020

Top ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that is now hosted by Jana!

How it works:

Jana assigns each Tuesday a topic and then I post my top ten list that fits that topic. Please link back to That Artsy Reader Girl in your own post so that others know where to find more information.

This week’s top ten topic is top ten anticipated books for the rest of the year of 2020. There’s probably a lot I am forgetting, but I am trying to remember them for this post. Also trying not to buy many books right now.

  1. Well Played by Jen DeLuca. I absolutely LOVED Well Met, so definitely looking forward to reading Well Played.

Well Played (Well Met, #2)

2.  The Switch by Beth O’Leary. I also obviously loved The Flatshare so I have a feeling I’ll love The Switch also.

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3. Meet you in the middle is technically a 2021 release, but I am still hoping that I get my hands on an ARC by then.

Meet You in the Middle

4. Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade.

Spoiler Alert

5. The Code for Love and Heartbreak.


The Code for Love and Heartbreak

6. Head over Heels apparently came out this month, but I still have yet to grab a copy of this book. Head Over Heels

7. You say it first also came out in June in the last few weeks, but I don’t have this copy yet. Hoping that my library will pick it up soon! You Say It First

8. Chasing Lucky by Jenn Bennett. I’m always looking forward to Jenn Bennett’s books. I was super sad when this got pushed back to a November release date.

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9. Love and Olives by Jenna  Evans Welch.

Love & Olives (Love & Gelato, #3)

10. Simmer Down by Sarah Smith.

Simmer Down


Thank you for reading! What does your Top Ten Tuesday look like? Feel free to share in comments below! 

12 thoughts on “TTT: Top ten most anticipated releases for the second half of 2020”

  1. I have read Chasing Lucky, You Say It First, and Head Over Heels. I enjoyed them all. I am very excited to read Well Played. I had so much fun at the Faire. Every book except Meet You in the Middle is on my TBR or I have an ARC. I am leery of all political books, and that book was getting hammered on Twitter and Goodreads. I am waiting it out.

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    1. I was excited for Meet you in the middle cause of of my Bookstagram friends read it and it’s a enemies to lovers trope I believe. It’ll probably be a library ebook when I do get it cause of budget purposes.

      So glad you enjoyed the first three you listed! I was super sad when I didn’t get Chasing Lucky.

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