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Remember that this is just my opinion! Most of these books are on here because of my personal taste, not because I think they are bad books.
1. The Shadows by JR Ward -- I enjoyed this series, but have had a hard time getting motivated to continue it. For what I hear about the way this one ended, I am thinking this is the end of my adventure with the Black Dagger Brotherhood.
2. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire -- I just can't deal with emotionally abusive asshole heroes and, after trying to read this book multiple time, I am giving up on it.
3. Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert -- I'm not into nonfiction anyway and people's self-discovery books are really not my thing.
4. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson -- I'm intrigued by the premise, but the violence and the abuse that the heroine deals with is turning me off.
5. Crank by Ellen Hopkins -- This is a book I know I should read, but the subject matter is difficult for me at this time plus I have a hard time getting into free verse books.
6. World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks -- I'm just not a zombie fan!
7. Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding -- I really enjoyed the first two Bridget Jones books, but, after hearing the fate of a certain character, I know I will not be touching this sequel.
8. Taking Chances by Molly McAdams -- Cheating is a huge turn-off for me so I will never give this a try.
9. Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog by Josh Grogan -- I can't deal with animal-themed stories since they almost always end with the animal's death which reduces me to wails so...nope!
10. Anything by Nicholas Sparks -- I read a few of his books in high school, but just can't deal with his style anymore.