Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Want to Re-Read

Today’s Topic: Books I Want to Read Again

Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl

I’m one of those readers who like to re-visit the stories I love over and over again. Those books become like old friends to me and I have hundreds of them.

So, in order to shorten this list to a manageable size, I’ve chosen to list newer releases that I’ve only read once so far, but would love to read again.

Beach Read – This one pleasantly surprised me. It did the enemies to lovers trope very well.

Gentleman Jim – I literally just finished this one last week, but am ready to read it again.

Loving a Lady – I love all of Van’s books, but I appreciated her writing a believable romance between a poor man and a titled woman.

Daddy Long Legs – The audio book was absolutely charming and is going on my list of favorites this year.

Lu & Louisa – These two books tell the tale of a young woman’s conversion and transformation in a unique way.

You Deserve Each Other – Please make this rom-com into a film ASAP!

Lovely War – I’ve always been fascinated by Greek mythology and like how it was woven into two other story threads in this book set during WWII.

Carry Me Home – A unique setting and a beautiful, sacrificial hero made this one memorable for me.

Whose Waves These Are – Such beautiful writing that slowly saturates, this is a book that left me feeling emotions more than remembering details.

The Girls in the Picture – I didn’t expect to like this fictionalized version of early Hollywood as much as I did, nor to reference it as frequently as I do.

What the Wind Knows – Simply one of the most gorgeously written, quietly surprisingly stories I’ve ever read, with memorable lines and characters.

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11 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Want to Re-Read”

  1. Don’t love everything about “You Deserve Each Other,” but I think I like it more than not, and 100% YES! It’d make THE best Netflix (or something like this) rom-com. Also, still have to read something by Amy!

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