Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books I Have Read But Rarely Talk About

April 14, 2020

I am so excited for another edition of Top Ten Tuesday!! A weekly meme hosted by The Artsy Girl
This week the topic is Books I Have Read but Rarely Talk About and I must admit this was a tough one. I love books and as soon as I am done with a good one I want to share it with all my bookish friends. I must confess that I had to go to my Goodreads to find some that I read a while ago that haven't come up in conversation as much as others. 

So let me list them for you:

1. Someplace Familiar by Teresa Tysinger  (such a good debut novel for this author! I can't wait for the second one)

2. The Outlaw Takes a Bride by Susan Paige Davis

3. The Last Summer by Brandy Bruce

4. After the Rain by Brandy Bruce (read the Last Summer first this is the second part! Both of them are SO good!)

5. The Thirteenth Chance by Amy Matayo (all the feels on this one!)

6. Before the Season Ends by Linore Rose Burkhard 

7. Then There Was You by Kara Isaac (great book!!)

8. Oath of Honor by Lynette Eason (if you love the show Blue Bloods like I do then you will like this series!!)

9. At Blue Bonnet Lake by Amanda Cabot

10. The Chance by Karen Kingsbury

What about you? Do you have any books that you have read but haven't talked about much? Any Christian Fiction or Clean Read I should add to my list? Let me know in the comments!!

Happy Reading!


  1. I haven't read any of these, but I'm always looking for clean, well-written books. I'm definitely going to check some of these out. Thanks for the recs!

    Happy TTT!

    1. Hi Susan, Thanks for stopping by! You're welcome!
      Happy TTT to you as well!

  2. What a great list! I haven't read any of these, but I want to go look a few of them up now.

    1. Thanks for stopping by! You'll have to let me know if you found one that struck your interest.

  3. Thanks for stopping by! I like your list as well. Although I absolutely love Harry Potter and will talk about it to anyone who will listen. LOL!

  4. I love "At Bluebonnet Lake" and of course, Karen Kingsbury.