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Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Geographical Terms in the Title

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers to participate in. Create your own Top Ten list that fits that topic – putting your unique spin on it if you want. Everyone is welcome to join but please link back to The Artsy Reader Girl in your own Top Ten Tuesday post.

This week’s topic is Books with Geographical Terms in the Title which honestly made me glee, especially with yesterday’s post of Plotlines I Love because they go together really well – there’s so many chick-lit with titles like ‘The Wishing Tree Beside the Shore’ or to look at Hallmark, Virgin River or Chesapeake Shores!

So that gives us a little list that looks like:

Jaimie Admans – The Little Wedding Island
Jean M Auel – Valley Of The Horses
Christie Barlow – The Lake House
Lilly Bartlett – Big Dreams Beach Hotel
Jennifer Bohnett – Little Kiosk By The Sea

Jenny Colgan – The Bookshop on the Shore
Dan Jones – Crusaders: The Epic History of the Wars for the Holy Land
Holly Martin – Spring At Blueberry Bay
Ali McNamara – Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow Bay
Heidi Swain – The Secret Seaside Escape

Is it me, or is one of these not like others? LMFAO

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Geographical Terms in the Title

  1. Ooh The Valley of Horses! I always kind of wanted to read those. And the Dan Jones book looks good too ha ha. Been wanting to read him as well.

      1. I was just referring to you here a couple posts ago (I think) when I saw Dan Jones mentioned, I was like ooh Sarah MEGA fan lolololol

    1. I absolutely adore Dan Jones as well, I collect my copy from WH Smith tomorrow and I’m super excited to read it.

      1. He’s the best! I met him in 2017 in STL for the Templars book tour, and had been harassing him pretty regularly on Twitter and Facebook for a couple years before that, lol. I joked that he should cancel the book talk and we could just talk about Eleanor of Aquitaine for a couple hours instead. When he walked into the shop he winked at me and said, “I know who you are” and I about died. I waited to be last in line, he signed all my books, gave me the best hug ever, and we ended up talking about Eleanor for a good twenty minutes. It was a-may-zing.

  2. Oh, I love your choices for this! I haven’t read any of these, but you can never go wrong with a Jaimie Admans, Heidi Swain, or Jenny Colgan book. I feel like we might have similar taste when it comes to these kinds of reads, so I’ll definitely be checking the rest of these out.

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