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Top Ten Beach Reads!

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


This time, I really picked books that scream SUMMER to me! 

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  1. Totally agree w/ My Life Next Door. A perfect beach book!!! The setting, the story, the romance!! Definitely a summery book :)

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  2. I so agree with On the Island and The Unexpected Everything just screaming summer!! I have My Life Next door to read so I will make sure to get it done this summer!!! Great list!

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  3. Ooh nice! Those are all totally new to me reads!!! I guess I don't really read beach reads! LOL! All my books were of the paranormal type! Oh well!

    Here's my Tuesday Post

    Have a GREAT day!

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  4. They all look good! I have 4 of them on my TBR already. I need to look into some of the others. Great list!

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  5. Elin Hilderbrand is the epitomy of beach reads. I forgot to include her in my list.

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  6. So many summer covers in everyone's lists it makes me want to drop everything, screw work, and go to the beach sit there all day with only the company of a book.
    My TTT.

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  7. Some of these I still need to read but I love this time of year because it always gives me the perfect excuse to pull them all out and devour them. ;)

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  8. I loved On the Island so much! That is a perfect beach read. Good picks all around.

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  9. Great list! I still need to read My Life Next Door. The rest are new to me, but I keep seeing Unexpected Everything listed. I'm going to have to check that one out on Goodreads. I hope you an wonderful summer filled with great books.

    My TTT: http://jacquesbooknook.blogspot.com/2016/05/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-plan-to-read-at.html

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  10. My Life Next Door is one of those books that I'm mad at myself for having not read yet. Maybe this will be the summer I finally get to it!

    My Top Ten Tuesday

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  11. The unexpected everything is on my list as well, and I also love My life next door a lot :) great list eva!
    here's my TTT!

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  12. The Unexpected Everything is on my list this week, too! I've read and loved On the Island, My Life Next Door and Where Sea Meets Sky, too. Great picks!

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  13. I have unexpected everything on my list as well, it seems to be on a lot of lists!
    My life next door was very cute and a perfect contemporary!
    Wonderful list :)

    My TTT.: https://booksbeautifylife.blogspot.de/2016/05/top-10-tuesday-beachsummer-reads-tbr.html

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  14. The Unexpected Everything is an excellent choice! I didn't put it on my list, but I should've.

    My TTT: http://bookworm716.blogspot.com/2016/05/top-ten-tuesday-beach-reads-2016.html

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  15. I am seeing The Guest Cottage everywhere recently - - must be a sign that I need to read it!

    My TTT: http://www.psychoticstate.net/2016/05/top-ten-tuesday-may-31-2016.html

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  16. Contemporary isn't my favorite genre, but I've seen a lot of these around on a ton of lists today! Maybe it's time to check a few out...

    Here are my Top Ten!

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  17. Yes! Love Where Sea Meets Sky and all the travel books of hers.

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  18. Loved Diamond Bay and On the Island! I'm waiting for my library copy of The Girl From Summer Hill. After spending time by the pool this weekend I'm definitely in the mood for a summer read. Great choices here, Eva! :)

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  19. Unexpected Everything, and On The Island is on my TBR, can't wait to read those!

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  20. Love seeing On the Island! It's been several years since I read it but just seeing the cover makes me want to read it again. I was so invested in Anna and T.J.'s story.

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  21. I haven't read any of these. :x I really want to read Where Sea Meets Sky!! That looks like a good one. :)

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