It’s more likely that if you like a book, you’ll want to reread it at some point later in your life. I go through my day and random things remind me of books, making me want to read them again. But books that I liked but WON’T reread? That’s rare.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week’s topic is Books I Loved but Will Never Re-Read. Now, I know it says WILL never but who knows? One day I might actually brave up to rereading them? I don’t see it happening though.
FYI I rated all of the following books 5/5 stars.
 The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise
I read this and really liked it because it had a lot of info on things and it was pretty geeky but I also realize that it’s a little far-fetched. I loved it but I’m 99% sure I won’t reread it.
It’s about a computer geek who makes up an app called “The Boyfriend App” for a competition that awards a college scholarship. She desperately needs the funds and jumps on the opportunity. Basically she makes an app that makes a guy fall in love with you when you point your phone at him. Wow, right?
 The Partnership by Charlotte Penn Clarke
I read this book for review and really liked it! It’s a really nice New Adult romance set in college that follows two really different people as they help each other overcome something.
What I loved most about the book was that the characters were NOT the usual cliche.
 Reason To Breathe by Rebecca Donovan
If I could sum up this trilogy in one word, it would be sad. Right from the start you get that vibe and it stayed with me until the last book. I DEVOURED the books within two days because I just HAD to know what was next.
This book should come with a proper list of trigger warnings because there are a LOT of things that could be triggering. One thing that is prominent is abuse. Emma is hurt by her guardian quite often and she’s not treated well at home.
I wouldn’t mind rereading it but I don’t think I can go through all that heartbreak again and I would just rather not.
 The Gravity Of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry
After reading the book, I could NOT stop singing praises about it. It brought together two complete opposites in a slow burn love story that takes time to build up. I loved the pacing and the pairing.
Saying that, I don’t think it’s a book that would hold the same charm when rereading. I don’t want to reread and end up liking it less and so I won’t be picking it up again.
 Eliza & Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia
Most of the book community has been singing praises of this book after reading it and I’m no different. BUT. I did not like the ending and I really did not like how the story went and I’m just really mad.
I will NOT put myself through that again because I know I’ll get mad again.
 All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
I really want to reread this! But I mostly won’t. The first half of the book I spent trying to get through because it was SO SLOW. Only later it picked up and after that it was brilliant. I don’t think I can stick through the slow parts again though.
I definitely recommend it if you want to read about WW2 and can stick through slow parts, though.
 Burned by P.C. and Kristen Cast
House of Night is the LONGEST series I’ve read. Honestly, even I can’t believe that I stuck through TWELVE books. Especially since now that I look back, the plot wasn’t even that big or intricate.
I was going through my Goodreads read list and saw this rated as 5 stars and I honestly don’t even remember why. It’s the seventh book in the series and I will never read it again. I’m not reading the series again.
 Swear On This Life by Reneé Carlino
I read this after reading her book Sweet Thing, which I hated, so I had low expectations. I tried it only because I really liked another one of her books called Before We Were Strangers. I ended up quite liking it!
There’s a lot of backstory and reading that but it’s captivating and kept me interested.
I enjoyed it but I didn’t love it THAT much to reread it. I don’t think I’d enjoy it as much since I know the whole story.
Read my whole review here.
 Never Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
Never Never is actually a trilogy made up of three small books that takes you on a WILD ride. I made the mistake of reading them as they were released and hence was dying in suspense.
It was pretty wild and I really enjoyed it but I didn’t really like the ending much. And I’m pretty sure I won’t enjoy it as much on a reread so I won’t be picking it up again.
 How To Make A Wish by Ashley Herring Blake
I read this recently and I quite liked it, but I didn’t enjoy it all that much. I liked it because of the characters and their lives but I didn’t like the romance very much. It was okay.
I still gave it 5 stars because the plot was REALLY nice.
Are there any books that you loved but will not reread? Have you read any of the books I’ve mentioned? Are you a harsh critic who doles out very few 5 stars or are you easy to please? Let me know everything in the comments! Also do add the link to your TTT if you’ve written one.