Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke & The Bookish Blog. They are now back from a well deserved hiatus.
This week is a book recommendation freebie, so I’m going with the books I always recommend. These are in no particular order.
A story about a family that’s broken when their son is accused of murder. The father, who is a lawyer, sets out to prove his sons innocence.
Where do I even start with this book? Series about a bunch of alpha males and hilarious women set in Denver. If you haven’t read the series yet, what are you waiting for?
This is my favorite book ever, and that’s probably why I’m afraid to read it again. I’m worried I won’t like it as much the second time. Amazing sci-fi thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.
My favorite Dan Brown book. Edge of your seat thriller. You have to suspend reality a little (as you do with all his books, tbh) but this book is SO good.
Probably my second favorite book of all time, this beautiful story is about second chances, love and overcoming stereotypes. You will be a different person after reading this beautiful story.
An amazing story about two sisters who are estranged from each other and their mother, but learn about their mothers past and come to learn that things aren’t always what they seem. Such a great story.
A lovely story about second chances at romances. This book had so many great characters and a sweet town. I loved this book so much!
The story of a single dad trying to learn how to trust again, and the nanny who helps make that happen. This book had a twist I never saw coming and it was so good.
If you don’t like books with a lot of gore, then you should stay away from this one. This is the story of a female serial killer and the detective she’s obsessed with. Amazingly written.
The story of a disgraced football player who goes to a small town in Italy to play football, and finds his place. A great story full of rich Italian characters and lots of food. I’m really surprised by the low ratings on goodreads for this fun story.
What books do you always recommend?