Top Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven’t Talked About Enough/In A While

Top Ten Tuesday
(Images link to Goodreads, Titles link to Amazon)

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in which you make a list of ten to do with a certain topic.  This week’s topic is “Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven’t Talked About Enough/In A While”

Lenoreo’s Top Ten:

I also tried to limit myself to books that aren’t from my go-to favourite authors that I’m always pimping on these lists…  Part of me hates making these lists b/c I always end up wanting to reread all the books on the list, and I just don’t have time in my reading schedule.

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  1. Falling Into You by Jasinda Wilder — This was the book that I started reading when I went to bed and started bawling so hard that I had to move to the guest bedroom so I didn’t wake up Brett…come on, isn’t that an epic endorsement?  😉
  2. A Different Blue by Amy Harmon — I remember being blown away by this book…it was my first by Ms. Harmon, and I just found it to be a beautiful story.
  3. In This Moment by Autumn Doughton — Truthfully, reading my review I think I’ve forgotten this story, but not how much I loved it…so perhaps I need to read it again myself.  Apparently I thought it was “Heartbreaking, hilarious, uplifting…
  4. Wreckless by Bria Quinlan — My favourite of Ms. Quinlan’s…it started off a bit slower, but once I was captured, I was all in with a smile on.
  5. A Song for Julia by Charles Sheehan-Miles — Quite frankly the whole Thompson Sisters series (well, I’ve read the first few books anyways) belongs on this list.  But since I had a hard time picking just one, I went with the first one.
  6. Suddenly Royal by Nichole Chase — Books about long lost royalty for a fictional country are a guilty pleasure for me, and this book fulfilled so much of what I want from that trope.
  7. Wishing for Someday Soon by Tiffany King — I have reread this book multiple times.  I LOVE Ms. King’s YA contemporary books, but this one has always been my favourite.
  8. Fragile by M. Leighton — I have always been a fan of A Walk to Remember (the movie, never read the book), and this book reminded me of that in some ways…complete with unexpected humour too.
  9. Dream Chaser by Angie Stanton — I had a hard time choosing between this book and Rock and a Hard Place by Ms. Stanton, but I just can’t go wrong with a hot male dancer as my hero.  🙂
  10. Back to You by Priscilla Glenn — This was another book that I remember loving, but don’t remember that well otherwise…definitely needs to go on the reread list.  Apparently it was “a story that contained conflict, but still had me always believing in the love.

Have you read any of these?  What books do you love and feel like you don’t talk about enough?  Share your TTT’s with me!

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25 thoughts on “Top Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven’t Talked About Enough/In A While

  1. These all sound good! I find these lists hard to make sometimes because I can’t include every book I think I should be on it. The Cover of In This Moment caught my eye right away, and your comments about it have me wanting to run out and get a copy.

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  2. Oh my gosh I think you are the only person I know who has ever said “never read the book”! Hahaha! But, I totally get your point!
    I love your list! Wishing for Someday Soon was a book I read and enjoyed but haven’t thought about in awhile! Now I want to go reread it!

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    • ROFL, I have a terrible habit of not reading really popular books that are made into movies…if you couldn’t already tell by my list, I read a bit outside the norm. 🙂

      So glad to meet another fan of Wishing for Someday Soon! I’m hoping to meet Tiffany King at an event this summer, and so looking forward to it!

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