TTT ~ Love Freebie

Alison here ~

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Happy Tuesday everyone!! I hope your week has gotten off to a good start! Today’s Top Ten topic is Love Freebie.

What did I decide to go with???

❤ Hearts ❤

Here are 10 books that I’ve read with Hearts on the Cover (In one way or another) ~

Of these, I highly recommend A Thousand Boy Kisses (if you like romance and don’t mind a lot of tears), and Tracey Garvis Graves books for all contemporary romance fans!!

Do you have any books that you’ve read and enjoyed with hearts on the cover?
Happy Reading,

30 thoughts on “TTT ~ Love Freebie

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  2. Oh these covers are so pretty! I checked my goodreads and finding heart covers among my read books was harder than expected… Apart from the word ‘heart’ in the cover, I only got The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon, The Impossible Girl by Lydia Kang, Alex & Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz, The Wrong Side Of Right by jenn Marie Thorne, Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum, One by Sarah Crossan, The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg…


  3. This is a cute topic pick! I don’t think I’ve ever heard of any of these, but then I rarely ever read romance. For my list I went with “LOVEly first lines” 😋

    My TTT.


  4. I always thought that cover for The Vincent Boys was cute… but I still prefer my copies with the black and white covers with the guys on them. 🙂 A Thousand Boy Kisses has such a gorgeous cover. Even though I loathed the book I hang on to it for the cover alone. LOL


      • It wasn’t because it was sad, I just really did *not* like the book. I don’t think I’ve ever rolled my eyes so much throughout a book. LOL I know so many readers loved it, but for me it was so schmaltzy and sappy. I felt like the tearjerker aspect was too heavy handed so it was like being hit over the head and being told “this is a really sad story!” on every other page. I’ve never read anything else by Tillie Cole. 😦


  5. I loved Neanderthal! That was my intro to the smart and witty world of Penny Reid. I enjoyed the Kate and Ian books very much as well. I know I have read books with hearts on the cover, but none are popping into my head right now


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