The topic for today’s Top Ten Tuesday is what are some books you may like if you like Popular Series. Since I am big into Paranormal/Urban Fantasy books I decided to use the Southern Vampire Mysteries series aka True Blood as the popular starting point. Some of these series may be familiar but I hope you will see a few new ones on the list. I have included some YA series in here, so be forewarned not all are steamy but all are good. So in no particular order here are my top ten series you may like if you enjoyed the True Blood series.
So this one is my particular favorite – The Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward. Shemxy vampire warriors and their mates.
The Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith. But only the first four! Read the original ones not the new TV show ones. Now I like the show and have seen every episode but they are two completely separate things.
The Entity series by Cat Devon. Set in a neighborhood in Chicago run by vampires each book focuses on a new couple. Super fast, fun reads.
Wings in the Night series by Maggie Shayne. This series began in the 1990’s and continued for more than a dozen years and a dozen books. One of the original vampire series, it has long had a place in my heart.
The Georgina Kincaid series by Richelle Mead. While not primarily focused on vampires (they are in the supporting cast) this series has the same sexy vibe as True Blood due to Georgina your friendly neighborhood succubus.
The Weather Warden series by Rachel Caine. So no vamps in this but some sexy Djinn make it worthwhile. The Unbound series by Rachel Vincent. While not a vampire, Liv is a tracker who relies on blood to find her targets. The Blue Bloods series by Melissa de la Cruz. While it began as a YA the newest novel is very much adult themed, you can see my review here. The Balefire series by Cate Tiernan. Twin witch sisters separated at birth. What’s not to love with that leading the series.
So there are my Top Ten Tuesday Series to Read if You Liked True Blood. To see the rest of the Top Ten lists visit The Broke and The Bookish.