Top Ten Tuesday is an weekly meme created and hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week it’s Top Ten Books I’d want on a Deserted Island.
Hmmmm… Maybe I’ll just skip the books and sunbathe and swim. I mean, after all that just looks beautiful. I suppose if I have to pick some books…
I thought I’d need a mix of books to keep me entertained on a deserted island.
Branded by Fire (GR) – I adored this romance, it was sizzling, saucy and just downright hot from start to finish and one of the best shifter romances I’ve read. It’s from a cracking series.
Lover Eternal (GR) – I’ve fallen madly in love with Rhage, and you’ll have probably heard me say it a thousand times.
On Dublin Street (GR) – Contemporary romances aren’t usually my thing, but this was emotional, entertaining and a “rainy day read” so I think it would occupy me on a deserted island.
Pushing the Limits (GR) – Contemporary YA is always my thing either, but I fell in love with this novel and the characters and everything about it. One of my favourite YA books of the year.
Rebecca (GR) – I actually haven’t finished this book yet, but it’s really, really good. So I’d want to take it with me to finish and I’m getting a little bit of a thing for Gothic genre and this falls into that category so I think this book would be something I’d read again when I finish it.
Katya’s World (GR) – I finished this one recently and I haven’t put my review up yet, but it’ll be coming shortly along with an author interview which I’m incredibly excited about. However the novel was brilliant. It was entirely unpredictable so I think I’d like to take it with me and try and read and see where I may have missed things.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (GR) – I thought I’d have to pack one of the heftier Harry Potter books and a lot of things happen in this novel so I’m fairly sure it would entertain me if I couldn’t bring my whole set of Harry Potter books.
Poison Study (GR) – Another recent read which I really enjoyed and I adored the heroine and the love interest who I didn’t expect at first. Definitely a book I could reread.
The Immortal Rules (GR) – My first and only Kagawa book to date, but certainly a stunner of a book to enter into. Kanin is a fictional character that has ruined all others. I’d probably just sit and read about him all day and dream about.
Naked in Death (GR) – I simply adore Eve and Roarke. I never tire of them, their relationship, Robb’s writing and I my memory is so atrocious that I’ve probably forgotten who did the murder so it would be equally entertaining to read and I’d like to pick apart all the little details of the murder.
I think I covered most of the genres I love except historical novels, but hopefully these 10 books would be sufficient to keep me happy for a short while on a deserted island. Otherwise I would have to hope somewhere that I could locate a kindle with internet access and get tonnes more because realistically I don’t think I’d survive with only 10 books on a deserted island.
What’s your TTT?