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Top Ten Tuesday – Books with Numbers in the Title that I Recommend

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Book with Numbers in the Title. These are all books I’ve read and recommend them all.

4th and Girl by Max Monroe

4th & Girl (Mavericks Tackle Love, #4)

How to Choose a Guy in 10 Days by Lila Monroe

How to Choose a Guy in 10 Days (Chick Flick Club, #1)

The Rule of Four by Ian Caldwell

The Rule of Four

One Baby Daddy by Meghan Quinn

One Baby Daddy (Dating by Numbers, #3)

Lucky Number Eleven by Adriana Locke

Lucky Number Eleven (Exposé #5)

Two Wedding Crashers by Meghan Quinn

Two Wedding Crashers (Dating By Numbers, #2)

A Thousand Letters by Staci Hart

A Thousand Letters (Austen, #2)

Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn

Three Blind Dates (Dating by Numbers, #1)

Nine Minutes by Beth Flynn

Nine Minutes (Nine Minutes, #1)

Five Bodies to Die For by Stephanie Bond

5 Bodies to Die For (Body Movers, #5)

Happy reading.

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Top Ten Tuesday – Favorite Tropes

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Favorite Tropes.

  1. Second chance romance
  2. Friends to lovers
  3. Best friend’s sibling
  4. Alpha male
  5. Small town romance
  6. Romantic suspense
  7. Office romance
  8. Romance involving an athlete
  9. Enemies to lovers
  10. Series about families (not sure it’s a trope but it’s a favorite)

What are your favorite tropes?

Sheri

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Top Ten Tuesday – Settings I’d like to see more of

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Settings I’d like to see more of, and I’m thanking Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse for the inspiration.

Kristen Proby’s Seattle

Tied with Me (With Me in Seattle, #6)

Sawyer Bennett’s North Carolina

Alex (Cold Fury Hockey, #1)

Max Monroe’s New York

Dr. OB (St. Luke's Docuseries, #1)

Kristen Ashley’s Denver

Rock Chick (Rock Chick, #1)

Aurora Rose Reynolds’ Nashville

Until November (Until, #1)

Brynne Asher’s Virginia Countryside

Vines (The Killers #1)

Harper Sloan’s Georgia

Axel (Corps Security, #1)

Belle Aurora’s Missouri

Friend-Zoned (Friend-Zoned, #1)

Alice Clayton’s Hudson Valley

Nuts (Hudson Valley, #1)

Brooke Blaine’s Los Angeles

Licked (L.A. Liaisons, #1)

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Top Ten Tuesday – Auto-Read Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Auto-Buy Authors, but since I don’t buy books (because I never re-read them), I’m doing Authors I Auto-Read authors.

Kristen Proby

My very favorite author. She writes it, I’m reading it:)

Natasha Madison

She has quickly become a must read for me. I’ve loved all the books of hers I have read.

Sawyer Bennett

I love her books, especially her hockey series.

R.S. Grey

Love her books. They are fun, with great characters.

Max Monroe

Love these two. Such great characters.

Kaylee Ryan

She writes great alphas, and has quickly become someone I auto read.

Meghan Quinn

Another author who writes funny books with great characters.

Aurora Rose Reynolds

Another great writer of alphas. Notice a trend?

CP Smith

Alphas….Great alphas…..

Teagan Hunter

She writes fun books with a lot of texts and emails, something I didn’t think I’d like, but oddly, I do.

Who are your must read authors?

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Top Ten Tuesday – Unpopular Bookish Opinions

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme that originated on The Broke and The Bookish. As of January 2018, it moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Unpopular Bookish Opinions.

E-books

I prefer e-books to paper. I love that my Kindle always has hundreds of books on it.

No Fantasy for Me

I have no interest in the fantasy genre. I used to love it, but I’ve completely lost interest in it.

I’m a muggle who hasn’t (or will) read Harry Potter

I will not, nor have I ever, read the Harry Potter series. I also haven’t seen the movies.

Books are always better than the movies that come later

There are a few exceptions (Jurassic Park and Hunger Games).

First person, please

I don’t prefer books written in the third person. I find it much easier to connect with a character when the book is told from their point of view.

The shorter, the better

I don’t care for books longer than 400 pages. As a romance reader, it just doesn’t need to be that long to be a good story.

My son is YA age, so that genre is out

I have a hard time reading YA and college age stories now that my son is that age. I used to really love them.

No virgins

If I see the word virgin either in the summary or a review on goodreads, I’m out. Not a trope I’m interested in reading.

No shirt, I’m interested!

Much to my children’s dismay, I am attracted to covers with shirtless men.