Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Artsy Reader where each week they post a new top ten list and ask fellow bookish folk to share their lists on that topic.
This week Books on My Summer 2023 to-read List
I'm so excited for each and every one of these books! How do I choose which one to start first?!! A bookish dilemma!
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Remember Me by Mary Balogh
I love her historical romances! This is book two in the Ravenswood series and can be read as a standalone in a pinch.
A Fatal Illusion by Anna Lee Huber
Book 11 in the Lady Darby Mysteries and should be read in order. This series is excellent! I highly recommend the audio version narrated by Heather Wilds. All voices and accents are perfection!
A Little Ray of Sunshine by Kristan Higgins
Her brand of womens fiction usually strikes a cord and hits me emotionally. Plus, she usually adds a little bit of romance.
The Cafe at Beach End by RaeAnne Thayne
I scoop up every new release by Thayne! Love the setting of this series, too! It's book 5 in the Cape Sanctuary series, but can be read as a standalone.
A Stolen Child by Sarah Stewart Taylor
Book 4 in the wonderful Maggie D'arcy series. A police/crime procedural with a new mystery with every book, but should be read in order because of the ongoing relationships and history.
Resonance Surge by Nalini Singh
Psy-Changeling Trinity #7. Each installment is a must-read for me. Such a great mix of fantasy, sci-fi, paranormal romance! Each book is focused on a romantic couple, but it should be read in order for the ongoing story arc.
Dead of Winter by Darcy Coates
Darcy Coates is famous for her ghost stories, but this seems to be a straight thriller and it sounds good!
Hello Stranger by Katherine Center
Her romances are top notch! I have an e-copy and an audio, but I'll be buying the hardcover for my shelf! She's an another auto buy for me.
Magic Claims by Ilona Andrews
So excited they are writing more Kate Daniels! I have an e-copy but I'm sure I'll be buying the audio bundle when it comes out of Magic Tides and Magic Claims and be listening as a re-read.
North of Nowhere by Allison Brennan
This sounds like a heart pounding thriller! Kids on the run from their murderous father crashing in the wilds of Montana so now not only are they on the run from trackers, but also a deadly storm. Can't wait!
What do you plan to read this summer?