Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. Today is Books I’ve Added to my TBR and Forgotten Why. Most of the time, I will try to do Top Ten Tuesday. It is fun and you meet new book bloggers and you can go blog hopping. This week is Color in Book Titles. I did a different twist on it. Instead of the word color, the color is in the title.

Goodreads links will be in the title of the books!

1. Coconutty Christmas: Holiday in Hawaii by Ann Omasta


2. The Party (Dear Santa #2) by Mona Ingram

3. Gingerbread Wishes (Sugar & Spice Bakery #1) By Linda Carroll-Bradd

4. Blame it on Mistletoe (North Pole, Alaska #1) by Noelle Fox

I have read this book earlier this year. I already did a book review on it. Click Here if you want to read the book review. It will make a great Christmas read. It is a short story but it is a clean romance book!

5. Christmas on Cougar Mountain (Sisters of Spirit #10) by Nancy Radke

6. Sex, Snow & Mistletoe by Laura Barnard


7. Meant to Be (Sweetbriar Cove #1) by Melody Grace


8. Beach Read by Emily Henry

9. A Mermaid for Christmas (Flukes #1.5) by Nichole Chase

10. Home on Seashell Island (Seashell Island #1) by Brenda Kennedy

Beautiful covers!!

37 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday

  1. I would probably read most of these. I am a sucker for seasonal fiction and love beach reads. Thanks for sharing and for visiting my blog.

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  2. There is a theme of holiday and christmas here, I think the colorful titles helps it along. I haven’t read any of these but they are all romances, right? I don’t read much of those.

    Thanks for dropping by my blog. Have a lovely day.

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    1. Yes, they are romances. The one by Noelle Fox is a clean one. And it is so cute as well. You are welcome! Thank you. You have a wonderful day!


    1. Right! I just thought it would help people who wanted to look for Christmas books for this winter. Thank you! It is the books on my TBR list, I haven’t read enough books with color in the title.

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    1. That’s Awesome! I read a cute Christmas book earlier this year. I already did a book review on that book. It is by Noelle Fox. I am saving those books for this winter. My boyfriend always watches Christmas movies year around. So I thought What is the different of reading a Christmas book during mid-spring to early summer. So I just read it. Kind of like Christmas in July.


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