She had a wicked past and no future.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten list will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.
This week is a special Top Ten anniversary post and I decided to go with Top Ten Books Set In Other Countries. It just looked like a good topic. This won't be my top ten of ever necessarily, since that would take time to produce, but rather these are just ten books that came to mind as I was perusing my shelves or online. They're all books I've read.
"Killing November" looks familiar as if I've read about it before. Also, I still need to read Jenna's books!! Hopefully I'll remedy this before her third novel releases this fall. :)ReplyDelete
Nice. I don't know any of these books. Where do these stories take place?ReplyDelete
I lived in Italy for three years, but I've never read Love & Gelato. I probably should someday. So many books, so little time!ReplyDelete
As much as I love Lisa Jewell, I still haven't picked up I Found You yet. I need to make that happen!ReplyDelete
I added The Blue to my TBR because of you, and I really need to make time for it!ReplyDelete
Both Love and Gelato and Love and Olives sound like such fun summer reads, I really want to read them soon! Killing November also sounds so good.ReplyDelete
Love & Gelato is my next read! I've just finished The Great Godden and I've had Love & Gelato on my library pile for a couple of months, I really need to get them read before my library reopens.ReplyDelete
Great list and topic choice this week! Those Welch books look super cute and summery 😍 I always stop and stare at the covers when I come across them! LolReplyDelete
I really need to read Love and Gelato sometime.ReplyDelete
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Hi Greg!! Yea!!! Kindred Spirits here....I also remembered the prompt about books set in different countries and re-did my 10 books set in South Africa (home brew).ReplyDelete
I am saving this post, because next year I want to do a reading challenge of books set all over the world. This list is going to help me.
Here's my TTT Ten Books set in SA
Those "Love &" books are some of my favorites. I am really excited to go to Greece this time.ReplyDelete
This is a great list for the pandemic, since it makes me want to travel!ReplyDelete
Great idea for today. I always take away something when I read books set in another place in the world.ReplyDelete
Great topic! I would have liked to know which countries they were set in. :-) Besides Love and Gelato and Love and Olives I had no clue where the other books were set. Enjoy your week.ReplyDelete
I don't care for traveling but I like traveling in books. I haven't read any of these books so no idea where any of them are set but I'm sure it's somewhere I have never been.ReplyDelete
Have a lovely day.
Fun! I love books that are set in countries other than the United States - since that's where I live. It's fun to travel this way. :)ReplyDelete
Always a good topic for a list of books! :)ReplyDelete
What She Saw sounds interesting.ReplyDelete
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Great list! I haven't heard of most of these, I'll have to check them out.ReplyDelete
Can I just say that the lady on that top cover already looks caught? LOLReplyDelete
I might have to give After the Lights Go Out A Try. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
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Ahhh!!! How did you like Love & Olives?? Great topic! :)ReplyDelete
She has a wicked past and no future, and might also be the most flexible person ever given her position. Unless she's dead? Is she dead? This cover is giving me sso many questions Greg! I like your choice of TTT, I know some of these covers, and the others make me *need* to know more about them!ReplyDelete
They are all new to me, but some of them are really looking good. I need to check them and see if I can read one - as if my TBR wouldn´t be big enough *lol* Thank for sharing them and happy reading.ReplyDelete
I still need to read Love & Gelato...
Here's my TTT list.
Your list reminds me that I still haven't read Killing November. I really need to get to that one soon.ReplyDelete
I couldn't decide which topic to re-do so I just threw together the latest books I bought which wasn't very creative!ReplyDelete
That was a good topic indeed Greg!ReplyDelete
With exception of the Welch books, I had no idea the other books were set in other countries. 😯ReplyDelete