Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Want to Read Again

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. If you are interested how it works, please check the original post.

This is the second time that I am joining Top Ten Tuesday and I really like the topic Books I Want to Read Again

Top 10 Books I Want to Read Again

  1. Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austin

“After a silence of several minutes, he came towards her in an agitated manner, and thus began: ‘In vain I have struggled. I will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.'”

“You are too generous to trifle with me. If your feelings are still what they were last April, tell me so at once. My affections and wishes are unchanged; but one word from you will silence me on this subject for ever.”

 And no matter how many times I read this, it always manages to touch my heat. The book I will read again and again…

Paradise-Judith-McNaught

2. Paradise by Judith McNaught

I loved reading and enjoyed every single moment. Her storytelling is so unique, while her writing style is sophisticated and elegant. She has a special way of fully reviving her characters. The supporting characters are interesting and add to the story..
This book was much more than just another love story.
It delighted me in every aspect.
GREAT …

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3. The Secret by Julie Garwood

Books that take me on a journey in some distant place at some distant time have always been my weakness. And ‘The Secret’ by Julie Garwood definitely checked all the boxes for me. Sweet and tender with enough funny and sexy moments to keep me hooked from beginning to end.

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4. Wounded Kiss by Willow Winters

After my obsession with the ‘Twilight’ series over a decade ago, I believed I was done with this genre for good. And coming from Willow Winters, this type of book, was a real surprise to me. But since she has a permanent place on my ‘WHATEVER THIS AUTHOR WRITES, I’LL READ’ list, I had to give it a chance. And believe me, that NEVER…ever would I have believed that I’d be hooked the minute I picked this book up…Hypnotic…Spellbinding…Literally, I couldn’t quit until I finished it!

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5. Leave Me Breathless by Jodi Ellen Malpas

 Leave me breathless’ is very well written, superbly plotted, and thoroughly engaging. Definite recommendation for all those who want to spend a few hours with a smile on their face and incredible enjoyment while turning the pages of this book

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6. My Husband’s Daughter by Emma Robinson

Rare are those books that grab your attention after the first few lines you read and draw you into their world, and make you turn page after page until you read the last written words. Books that you simply cannot leave, you must read them in one sitting.

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7. The Kiss Thief by L.J Shen

The Kiss Thief is much more than just a romantic book. Parts of mythology intertwined with modern themes and beliefs, the power that lies within ourselves, as the only ones who govern the helm of their lives. The power of love to rise to the heights or to be destroyed. So many aspects that force you to devour every word, every sentence of this amazing book.

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8. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

This is one of the best book I have ever read! It’s epic, heartfelt and completely immersive; everything I look for in a book! The title and films are misleading; this is so much more than a love affair gone sour and Anna’s story is one of many.

9. On The Wings of Hope by Ella Zeiss

The novel On the Wings of Hope by Ella Zeiss is not easy to read. It’s not a novel to relax after a busy day. This novel will make you angry, cry, shake! It will make you think, to contemplate, to put yourself in the place of all those who are so masterfully presented through the pages of this novel.

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10. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

This book is a mesmerising in so many aspects,  a whirlwind of powerful emotions, a force of nature, and so much more. Completely over the top in every single aspect and unlike anything else written in that period.

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