Happy Tuesday, reader friends! I’m linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl again for Top Ten Tuesday & the topic this week is: “Books I’ve Read That I’d Like In My Personal Library.” That was a bit wordy so we’re just calling it bookshelf wants! Here are ten of my favorite titles or series (in no particular order) featured on the blog (click covers for reviews) and because my bookshelf wants lots of books, I’ve included some bonus titles at the end!
Montana Fire & Summer of the Burning Sky series
by Susan May Warren
Susan May Warren is probably the one author who writes faster than I can squeeze books into my schedule and way faster my book budget grows. As a talented hybrid author, she pumps out top-notch stories like a boss! I often catch her indie pub series on Kindle Unlimited but my bookshelf wants them!!!
Age of Faith series
by Tamara Leigh
Hello, swoony medieval knights and ladies! I adore this series and it’s another I’ve picked up from KU. Oh yes, my bookshelf definitely wants Tamara Leigh!
Peacock Hill series
by Elizabeth Maddrey
I love the way Elizabeth Maddrey combines niche subcultures in a delightful Blue Ridge Mountains mashup! Plus the covers, y’all! I want this shelf candy!
Hidden Among the Stars
by Melanie Dobson
This story absolutely wrecked me in the best bookish way! Melanie Dobson writes some of my favorite split time novels and this one is phenomenal! I must have it on my shelf!
The Promise of Rayne
by Nicole Deese
I’ve been enjoying Nicole Deese stories for years now but always in ebook format. She has definitely earned space among my all-time favorites shelf!
The Girl Next Door series
by Amy Leigh Simpson
Aside from the breathtaking covers, this romantic suspense series from Amy Leigh Simpson is a completely captivating and heart-pounding reading experience! My bookshelf wants these!
Then There Was You
by Kara Isaac
Who can refuse a literary travel opportunity to Australia?! Not me! Kara Isaac consistently delivers heart and humor. Plus, this particular story challenged my perceptions and I love it when fiction does that!
by Christina Coryell
I have yet to read a story by Christina Coryell that I didn’t like but I personally connected with this series in particular because of its accurate portrayal of often-overlooked rural American communities (aka flyover country and my home).
Book Nerds and Boyfriends
by Sarah Monzon
These novellas are so much bookish fun and great for a quick reread! My bookshelf wants more Sarah Monzon!
Just Let Go
by Courtney Walsh
I love charming small towns and Harbor Pointe is one of my favorites! Courtney Walsh writes heartwarming and genuine stories. My bookshelf just wants more!
(I love ’em and my bookshelf wants them but I might not have featured them yet.)
Ballantyne Legacy series, The Colonel’s Lady, The Frontiersman’s Daughter by Laura Frantz
All Made Up by Kara Isaac
The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn by Lori Benton
Sixty Acres and a Bride by Regina Jennings
The Kincaid Brides series by Mary Connealy
The Doctor’s Lady, A Noble Groom by Jody Hedlund
Just One Kiss by Courtney Walsh
A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander
Just a Kiss by Denise Hunter
More Than Meets the Eye by Karen Witemeyer
Share some titles that you’ve read and loved and now your bookshelf wants, reader friends!
17 thoughts on “Bookshelf Wants: Top Ten Tuesdays”
Written in the Stars has such a pretty cover.
The cover models are friends of the author, too! Indie author for the win!!
I ❤️ You!
The feeling is mutual, my friend! 😉
I’ll have to check out Book Nerds and Boyfriends. Thanks for sharing!
YAY! Happy reading, Whitney!
These are beautiful books with beautiful covers. Thanks for sharing them.
My pleasure, Deb!
Jessica Dotta’s Price Of Privilege series, the first two books of Dani Pettrey’s Chesapeake Valor series, books 2, 3, 4 of Judith Pella’s Daughters Of Fortune series. The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright.
YES! I’m just missing one of Dani’s (and her first series, gasp)!
My friend literally just texted me YESTERDAY to tell me about Melanie Dobson. I hadn’t really heard of Dobson before, but now I’m super excited to read her books. They sound like ones I would enjoy.
Her stories (especially the split time) are exquisite! Happy reading, Susan, and it’s nice to meet you!
I love that cover of Then There Was You *swoons*.
YES! Me too 🙂
Those are some very very beautiful covers and I can see why you want that eye candy on your shelves. I am a cover snob through and through, I admit!
It’s hard to love an ugly book on your shelf, that’s just the honest truth. 😉