Favorite Authors Books Ranked ~ Kasie West

Posted August 16, 2017 by Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog in Discussions, Features / 48 Comments

This is a feature where I will rank all the books I have read by favorite authors.
I only heard about Kasie West when I started blogging. It still took me a while to pick up a book by her. She is now an auto-buy author for me. I love her feel good, fluffy brand of YA that still manages to have heart. She is an author I always look forward to her new projects. I will say there is one book I still haven’t read yet – On The Fence. Like most of my favorite authors I tend to save one book for a “break in case of emergency” reading situation. So clearly that will not be ranked today.
Let’s get to the ranking!

#6

This was my first Kasie West book I read. While I liked it, I didn’t love it. It has been all up hill from here for me with her books.

#5

This is the most recent of West’s books and I did enjoy it. Still, the romance wasn’t as good as some of her other books.

#4

In this lovely book we get treated to some locked in a library time. But it goes beyond that and touched on some improtant subjects.

#3

This was ADORABLE.Β I mean secret pen pals (not so secret to most readers) is such a fun trope. Also great family in this one.

#2

Fake relationship trope here adn done so well. I found this super addictive and loved the adorable and awkward romance.

#1


This duology is by far my favorite from West. It is different from her other books because of the paranormal/ sci-fi spin it had. It was compelling, page turning and done perfectly. I would love to see more like this from her in the future.

Do you like Kasie West? What is your favorite of her books? Do You prefer her with heads covers or heads cut off covers??

Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog

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48 responses to “Favorite Authors Books Ranked ~ Kasie West

  1. Sam@WLABB
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    I love KWest, and I will read all her books. My lowest rated was Lucky in Love. It was good and made me smile lots, but I wanted more romance, and I felt like some things were a little unresolved (her brother’s abuse of OTC medications?, his depression?) The Distance Between Us definitely ranks near the top of my list. I just loved the Pretty in Pink vibe and fell in love with the characters.
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  2. I would rank Pivot Point and Split Second at #1 too! Those are my favorite books by her. I was so sad when I finished those books for the first time. I read them too fast and just adored them to pieces. I do like her fluffy YA’s because even though they’re light and fluffy, they’re still packed with heart and charm. My favorite kind of books. Great feature, Grace!
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  3. I’ve seen her books around a lot obviously but I guess I didn’t realize she was also the author of Split second/ Pivot Point. I remember wanting to read those, the idea was cool. I should grab em and read those, I’d probably like her SF ones.

  4. I love your practice of holding one book back from a favorite author… just in case. Brilliant! πŸ™‚

    I find that I’m hit or miss with Kasie West. Some I love and some just don’t work for me. Lucky in Love and The Distance Between Us are my least favorites. P.S. I Like You is the shining star for me. So much love for that one!
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  5. Rachel
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    I’ve only read Pivot Point by this author and I really enjoyed it, but I never got around to reading the second book. The year in between books always stifled my enthusiasm for a series in the past and I just lost interest. I still have to try one of her contemporary romances. They look cute. Nice to have a go-to auto-buy author! Great post, Grace! πŸ™‚

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