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Top Ten Books I Think Make Great Beach Reads


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!



I love reading books set at a beach (especially Nantucket!) when I am at the beach-- this list has some YA, NA, romance and a little mystery and suspense.

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  1. The Summer I Turned Pretty is a perfect beach read! In fact, all of the Summer series is. I've heard great things about Nantucket Blue and On the Island as well.
    Great list! Happy reading! :)

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  2. Nice picks! All totally new to me. But that's to be expected from a non-contemp reader! LOL! Seeing lots of contemps today!

    Here's my Tuesday Post

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  3. Great list!! I haven't read any of these, but Nantucket Blue is definitely on my TBR list. I hope you enjoy all of them!!

    Here is my TTT: http://jacquesbooknook.blogspot.com/2015/05/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-plan-to-have-in.html

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  5. I have wanted to read Nantucket Blue for some time. I'm adding it to my list. Great choices!

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  6. I love that Lengths is on your list, I love that book. Did you keep up with the series?

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    1. No -- I have them on my kindle but haven't read them yet! I should do a whole read of the series this summer

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  7. Oh Nantucket Blue! I've had that book for so long now! I really want to read it. Same for On the Island! There are a few other beachy books on your list I need to look up!

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  8. I really enjoyed On the Island and The Unsung hero as well. Nantucket Blue looks really good! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I really enjoyed On the Island and The Unsung hero as well. Nantucket Blue looks really good! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I've been meaning to read Nantucket Blue for FOREVER! I just need to do it. Thanks for stopping by and great list!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

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  11. Great list! Nantucket Blue sounds like a great read. I need to pick that up.

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  12. I need to read The Summer I Turned Pretty!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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