TTT #265| Cozy Reads

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 cozy reads. I love books that feel like a warm hug or leave a huge smile on your face. Let’s talk about ten of my favorite cozy reads!

The House in the Cerulean Sea – TJ Klune

The House in the Cerulean Sea definitely had some moments that made me tear up and angry, but the found family aspect of this story melts your heart. I love the stories that show us you don’t have to blood to be family. This group of kids is so sweet and I need to do a reread soon!

Red, White and Royal Blue – Casey McQuiston

Red, White and Royal Blue had everything I needed in a book. Two main characters that don’t necessarily like each other, but end up connecting more than either of them expected. I laughed and cried while reading this book, but couldn’t put it down. When I need a pick me up, this is definitely something I turn to.

Better Than the Movies – Lynn Painter

Better Than the Movies has become a favorite book of mine. Yeah, it’s very predictable, but that’s not always a bad thing! I loved the movie references and the whole boy next door trope going on. This is a book I keep thinking about and definitely will be rereading again!

Book Lovers – Emily Henry

Book Lovers made my book loving heart very happy. When our main character goes to a small town with her sister things definitely change. I loved how the romance wasn’t the main focus of this story, but our main character’s development was. I couldn’t put this book down.

Heartstopper – Alice Oseman

I’ve read all four Heartstopper books so far and they’re just so heartwarming. I love how the author deals with more difficult subjects and it really hits you in all the feels. You can’t help but loving these characters.

Yes & I Love You – Roni Loren

Yes & I Love You is a book I put off reading way too long. These two characters both needed each other in their own ways and I laughed so much while reading. This is definitely a book that feels like a hug.

A Merry Little Meet Cute – Julie Murphy & Sierra Simone

In all honesty I could put any holiday themed book on this list. They always make me feel warm and cozy. A Merry Little Meet Cute was like being wrapped up in a spicy Hallmark movie, haha.

Along for the Ride – Rachel Meinke

Along for the Ride is a cute contemporary story that deserves way more attention than it’s gotten. I loved that it showed the pressure of touring for pop artists, had some good family time, and a really cute romance. Nothing was perfect, but that made it feel very realistic.

Everything for You – Chloe Liese

Everything for You is the latest book in the Bergman Brothers series by Chloe Liese. All of them are amazing, but I think this one was my favorite. This is a perfect grumpy/sunshine, slow burn romance. Gavin and Oliver were amazing characters and I loved their interactions and seeing them get closer.

Two Wrongs Make a Right – Chloe Liese

Two Wrongs Make a Right is one of my most recent reads and it’s so good! Fake dating, but backwards, haha. I think I smiled almost all of the time reading this book. Bea and Jamie are such amazing characters and believe me when I say this is a book you need to read! My full review will be up soon!


Some Recent TTT Posts:

TTT #260| Halloween TBR
TTT #261| Books I Want to Read Before the End of  the Year
TTT #262| Series I’d Like to Start
TTT #263 | Favorite ‘Aww’ Moments in Books
TTT #264| Books I Was SO EXCITED to Get, But Still Haven’t Read

So here are ten cozy reads that I loved! How about you? What are your go to cozy reads? Or recent cozy reads? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.

10 thoughts on “TTT #265| Cozy Reads

  1. I’ve heard that a lot about The House In The Cerulean Sea, everyone says it has very cosy vibes! I’ve not read Heartstopper but I did watch the Netflix series and it was very sweet and comforting, so obviously achieved the vibes of the graphic novels (though since Alice Oseman also wrote the series, it would have been surprising if it didn’t!).
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