Top Ten Tuesday: Series I Did Not Get to Read in 2020

Posted January 19, 2021 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, cozy mystery, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 11 Comments

Happy Tuesday! I took a break from Top Ten Tuesday during my move & the holidays in December but now I’m back and excited about a new year of posts! Today I’m looking at entire series that I did not get to read in 2020 – even though they began and ended (as far as I can tell) last year. And let’s not talk about the standalones … or the series that didn’t end in 2020 …. or the series that started in 2019 and ended in 2020. Argh. <cue copious wailing & gnashing of teeth from my general direction>

I can’t do much about only having so much energy every day (any other #spoonies out there?) and being too exhausted to read by the time I fall into bed. I have made some changes to how I schedule things, though, and I’m making it my goal to catch up on all the fabulous reads I couldn’t quite get to in 2019 and 2020. When the fact that I started a company called JustRead in 2018 becomes ironic because I no longer have time to ‘just read’, then some margin is needed in my life 🙂

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Global Search and Rescue series by Susan May Warren


Willamette Brides series by Tracie Peterson


Dance With Me series by Shelley Shepard Gray


Big Prairie Romance series by Jennifer Rodewald


K-9 Mountain Guardians series by Love Inspired Suspense authors



Edenvale Arts Academy series by Liwen Y. Ho


The Fairest Maidens series by Jody Hedlund



Heroes of Freedom Ridge multi-author series

 True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn series by Love Inspired Suspense authors



The Sidekick’s Survival Guide series by Christy Barritt

What about you? Have you read any of these series I did not get to read in 2020? If so, where should I start?

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11 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Series I Did Not Get to Read in 2020

  1. I’m several books behind on Susan May Warren’s recent excellent Global Search and Rescue series, but intend to catch up soon. She is a talented, hardworking author absolutely at the top of her game. I can’t wait to catch up on her adventurous heroes who also overcome fairly heart-rending challenges almost as big as the mountains they climb. I would personally start with that series.

  2. Well, thanks a lot! I wasn’t aware of a couple of these series so now the TBR list is more out of control. 😉 Seriously, the series by Christy Barritt looks like a lot of fun. I am also currently reading one book in the True Blue K9 Unit: Brooklyn series. I had already determined I need to read more in that series. Great list. Hope you get to them soon.

  3. Lelia (Lucy) Reynolds

    I only read The Dance with Me series and I enjoyed it. Thank you for sharing. Blessings

  4. Patsy Curry

    The only series I have read on this list is the Global Search and Rescue series. I loved them! You probably already know, but you should read the Montanna Marshall series first. I spent the month of October in Susan May Warren world reading both of those series!

  5. AnnieMee

    Christy Barritt’s Sidekick series is different and original. Easy reading. A good mystery in each, with a central mystery (and romance) woven through all the stories. I recommend them.

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