TTT: 15 Most Wanted Sequels of 2015

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature from The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is the Top Ten Sequels I Can’t Wait to Get. I don’t read a ton of series books, so I was surprised I was able to get to ten, (er, fifteen) books!

15 Most Wanted Sequels of 2015:


1. The Ruby Circle (Bloodlines #6) by Richelle Mead – Though this list isn’t necessarily in order, I’m very impatient to read the final book in the Bloodlines series. (Feb. 2015)

2. Throne of Glass #4 by Sarah J. Maas – No title or cover yet, but still scheduled for Sept. 2015? Hope so!

3. P.S. I Still Love You (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #2) by Jenny Han – Lara Jean is torn between Peter and a boy from her past. (April 2015)

4-5. Perfect Couple and Most Likely to Succeed (Superlatives #2-3) by Jennifer Echols – This series is really fun, and next year we get not one but two books! (Jan. & Aug. 2015)

6. Rhiannon (Every Day #2) by David Levithan – A companion novel to Every Day, told from A’s love interest Rhiannon’s POV. I haven’t heard any news on this one since the PW article that stated a Spring 2015 release. Anyone know if this is still happening?

7. The Stars of Summer (All Four Stars #2) by Tara Dairman – I love this NYC foodie middle grade series and can’t wait to see what Gladys Gatsby gets up to next. And what a cute cover! (May 2015)

8. The Boy Most Likely To (My Life Next Door #2) by Huntley Fitzpatrick – I hope that the 2015 release date is still accurate! This book features Tim and Alice from MLND.

9. Famous in Love #2 by Rebecca Serle – I think the author is writing this now so not sure if a 2015 release date is firm. It’s safe to say you have time to catch up on the very cute Famous in Love if you haven’t yet!


10. Deep (Stage Dive #4) by Kylie Scott – The final book in the series is about Lizzy and Ben the bass player. Love this series! (March 2015)

11. Thoughtful (Thoughtless #1.5) by S.C. StephensThoughtless in Kellan’s POV. (Feb. 2015)

12-13 Christina Lauren double feature: Beautiful Secret (Beautiful #4)  – Featuring Niall Stella (Max’s brother) and Ruby from the Wild Seasons series and Dark Wild Night (Wild Seasons #3)  – Featuring Oliver and Lola (April & Sept. 2015)

14. Sweet & Wild (Canton #2) by Viv Daniels – I liked One & Only and hope we get some news on this sequel soon.

15. Asa (Marked Men #6) by Jay Crownover – I’m only on book 3 in this series, but I’ll be caught up by April!

What sequels are on the top of your list?


15 thoughts on “TTT: 15 Most Wanted Sequels of 2015

  1. Rachel says:

    So many of these I haven’t even read the released book for yet! I like to finish series before moving on to new ones, and as I mostly read series when they’re all released, or nearly released, my list this week is quite the jumble!

  2. I have a hard time keeping up with series too. I hope you find time to get to these books.

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  3. Summer says:

    The Superlatives look really cute so I’m glad you’re looking forward to the sequels. And YES for Throne of Glass #4. *happy dance*

  4. Total Felicia thing here but I would want Deep too just for the cover 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  5. OH! Giddy! You are always so up on things! Most excited to hear about sequels/companions to books by Jenny Han, David Levithan, and Huntley Fitzpatrick!

  6. I haven’t read any of these! Well, My Life Next Door, but other than that, none of these! A few are on my TBR list… sooo maybe I should check them out before their sequels come out! 🙂

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  7. I’ve been debating with myself on whether or not I want to read the Superlatives series by Jennifer Echols. They look so cute, but I’ve read a few books by her that I didn’t care for.

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  8. Dahlia Adler says:

    Aah, I’m so glad to see THE STARS OF SUMMER on someone else’s TTT! And yes to SWEET & WILD too – I loved ONE & ONLY!

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  9. Oh-so-many wonderful books on your list! I have review copies of both of the Jennifer Echols books, I’m just waiting until it’s a little closer to their release to start them. The Ruby Circle. I need it in my life right this minute. The Boy Most Likely To and Famous in Love #2 are both must-haves! I’m really, really looking forward to Thoughtful, Asa, Dark Wild Night and Sweet & Wild, too!

    Great list!

    My StS.

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  10. Jacque says:

    Great list!! I’m definitely going to read the Bloodlines series once I finish Vampire Academy. I just started VA earlier this year and I’m already on book 5.

    The cover on Sweet and Wild looks a lot like Keeping Her by Cora Carmack. I will have to check that one out on Goodreads.

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT!! I hope you enjoy all of these books once they are available.

  11. Christine says:

    I didn’t realize that My Life Next Door was going to be a series! That’s what I’m loving about this week’s post, I’m finding so many sequels to books I had no idea where getting one!

  12. Yes to all things Christina Lauren!

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  13. I’m also excited for Famous in Love 2 and the second Huntley Fitzpatrick book.

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