We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
This week’s topic is books with an adjective in the title! To make this a bit more fun for me I’ve decided to talk about ten books with an adjective in the title that I want to read! Keep on reading to see what’s on my list!
The Accidental Pinup – Danielle Jackson
Rival photographers have to work together and when one ends up in front of the camera instead of behind things get interesting, haha. At least I’m assuming. I love this cover and the story sounds amazing. It releases in July, but I’ll definitely be picking it up!
My Mechanical Romance – Alexene Farol Follmuth
Academic rivals to lovers? Yes, please! I love books like that and I love seeing more girls of color in STEM. It’s great seeing more books about it as well. This sounds like such a cute book to read this summer. I have an e-arc, so may need to read it sooner.
The Mad Girls of New York – Maya Rodale
Our main character goes undercover in an insane asylum for women in 1887. She’s determined to uncover if the conditions there are really as bad as rumors say. Risking her own life she’s hoping to do this before two rivals take her story. The Mad Girls of New York sounds amazing!!
The Dead Romantics – Ashley Poston
A ghostwriter that writes for a romance author doesn’t believe in love anymore. That can be pretty problematic, haha. Also she sees a literal ghost. I’ve loved books by this author before and I’m excited to read her first romance.
The Society for Soulless Girls – L.K. Steven
A dark and funny YA thriller with a supernatural twist? Yes, please! Laura Steven wrote one of my favorite books (The Exact Opposite of Okay) and I’m so excited she’s publishing another book. The Society for Soulless Girls takes place at an elite school. Always one of my favorite settings.
Amari and the Great Game – B.B. Alston
Amari and the Night Brothers was one my tops of the year when I read it and I’m so excited for the next book. Amari is such an amazing character and I can’t wait to see what kind of adventure we get with Amari and the Great Game.
Once Upon a Broken Heart – Stephanie Garber
Once Upon a Broken Heart can be read separately from Caraval, but seeing how they are linked I’ve decided to finish the trilogy first. I’m already halfway through my reread of Caraval and then I plan on reading the next two books.
Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door – Lucy Score
I actually started reading Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door, but got distracted. Just the title alone had me laughing. Lucy Score is an author I only hear amazing things about, so I definitely have to read this series (a third book is releasing in April) and the rest of her backlist.
Little Creeping Things – Chelsea Ichaso
Even though I’ve had this book since it released in 2020 the cover of Little Creeping Things still creeps me out, haha. Thrillers are something I’ve been wanting to read more, so this one needs to be a priority. Chelsea Ichaso has a book coming soon, so I want to make sure have Little Creeping Things read before then.
These Violent Delights – Chloe Gong
These Violent Delights is Romeo and Juliet retelling that has been on my TBR for way too long. The sequel is already out and I need to get these read soon. I’ve heard nothing but amazing things!
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TTT #225| Books Too Good To Review Properly Part 2
TTT #226| Books I Enjoyed, But Have Never Mentioned On My Blog
TTT #127 | Books On My Spring 2022 TBR Part 1
TTT #128| Books On My Spring 2022 TBR Part 2
So those are ten books I want to read with an adjective in the title! What books were on your list this week? Let me know in the comments and feel free to leave your link! I’d love to hear from you.