Ranking Emma Mills’ Books

I had an idea a while back to read all of an authors books, and then rank them from my least favorite to favorite of all of them, so here is the first installment of that. I read all of Emma Mills books, and loved most of them, so here is my ranking from least favorite to favorite:

5. Coming in at my least favorite is Lucky Caller-

While this book is by no means bad, it is my least favorite compared to all her other books. I just thought that there was no real development for the love interest and the main character, so I felt no investment or attachment in their love story. Everything else was fine -enjoyable even- the side characters, the plot (I actually quite liked the plot of the students hosting their own radio station, but it reminded me too much of Kasie West’s Listen To Your Heart, which I enjoyed more), and the family dynamics. I also loved the lessons that the main character had to learn, but compared to all her other books, this felt just meh.

4. Next up is Famous In A Small Town-

While I liked this one, I just didn’t enjoy it as much as some of her other books. It may have partly been because I had just read another of her books and absolutely fell in love with it. This book also had a different tone than all her other books; it felt a bit sad and dreary (don’t get me wrong, I love a good sad book, but it just wasn’t what I was expecting). I still enjoyed this book a lot. The characters, as always, have such strong relationships with one another and I’m obsessed with the romance like in all her books! Plus I have a bunch of friends that were in marching band, so it was fun to tell them about the book when I read it.

3. Coming in at number three is First and Then-

This is Emma mills first book, and also the first book of hers that I ever read. I had pretty low expectations going into the book, but as I read I found myself unable to put it down. One of the things that I enjoyed about this book was the main characters struggle to figure out what college she wanted to attend and what to do with her future. I read this at a time of my life where I was worried about the same things, and reading about it made me connect with the main character, Piper, a lot more than I was expecting to. I also just really loved the romance between her and Ezra! They were super cute together, and I loved how well their personalities complemented one another. Piper’s cousin, Foster was another great addition to the story! The progression of their relationship/friendship was so heartwarming to read! I will forever be grateful for this book because it introduced me to Emma’s stories.

2. My second favorite Emma Mills book is This Adventure Ends!

After loving First and Then, and then reading and absolutely adoring Foolish Hearts, I picked this one up immediately after and fell in love! The sibling relationships, and the close knit friend gruop was super fun to read. Emma Mills is amazing at writing friendships and relationship, and This Adventure Ends was no exception! I also especially loved the plot of this book, more than the others because I was super invested, hoping that Sloane would be able to track down the painting she so desperately wanted to find. So if you need a strong plot, this one is your best bet 🙂

1.And my absolute favorite Emma Mills books is Foolish Hearts!

Amazon.com: Foolish Hearts (9781627799379): Mills, Emma: Books

This book had everything I love: Shakespeare, boy bands, close female friendships, and a wholesome romance! The star of this book was watching the friendships grow, especially between the main character Claudia, and Iris. The romance was also super cute, wholesome, and very healthy! Foolish Hearts is also one of the genuinely funny books I’ve ever read. It had me laughing out loud one page, and sobbing the next. If you read any Emma Mills book, make it this one! Trust me, you won’t regret picking this one up.

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