Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke & the Bookish but now it’s hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl and it’s a feature that everyone participates in so I’m going to try and participate myself and see how long it lasts. Wish me luck.
This week’s prompt is:
February 27: Books I Could Re-read Forever
Something Wonderful by Judith McNaught: The book that started it all. This book holds a special place in my reading loving heart.
Saving Grace by Julie Garwood: I have so much love for this book because it’s so damn good. It’s a timeless romance and I will never get over that scene at the end when MacBain helps Johanna break the stick??? *sigh* I love it.
The Wedding by Julie Garwood: I completely adore both Connor and Brenna and their story. From the beginning to the end, it was just great so I will always reread this book whenever the mood strikes. It strikes a lot more often than I thought it would.
Sustained by Emma Chase: Who could get enough of Jack, Chelsea and all of the kids? I so love this book. I’ll always love this book and always re-read it.
Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh: Oh man, this book. This book had everything that I love in books. Compelling characters, a strong lead couple and so much damn drama that I didn’t know where to look first. Yes, this book gets plenty of reading action from me. I don’t ever see that changing.
Honor’s Splendour by Julie Garwood: There isn’t much that I don’t remember about this book. There isn’t much about this book that I don’t love every single time that I read it. Always. I will always re-read this book.
Nine Rules to Break when Romancing a Rake by Sarah MacLean: This book is so good and it’s funny and I loved seeing how annoyed the hero would get with the heroine but went along with her shenanigans anyway.
The Year We Hid Away by Sarina Bowen: Are you surprised that Sarina Bowen is on my list? Love this book, love the hero, love the hero’s little sister and just everything. This book is everything so of course I’ll be re-reading the hell out of this book.
The Deal by Elle Kennedy: Who wouldn’t want to re-read this book over and over again? Garrett and Wellsy are such a great couple and their story is such a fun one. I just love the hell out of it.
Someone Like You by Lauren Layne: Lincoln Mathis is probably one of my top heroes of all time and I will re-read this book when I’m an old lady because I adored this book that much. It’s so good!