Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday #6

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Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week you have to make your own Top Ten list. This week the "question" is: 
Top Ten Things On My Reading Wishlist
Top Ten Six Things On My Reading Wishlist

1. Rich vs. Poor: I hate to admit this, but I am in love with this whole guy taking care of the girl idea that some contemporary books have (please don't judge). Also, a lot of the times it involves the guy being arrogant and then changing for the girl, and I mean come on! that is too cute. Example: The Distance Between Us

1. Hate --> Love: This one share a first place, because I like them a lot together, but I also just love them apart too. When girl&boy hate each other to begin with and then end up loving each other. Is there any better way to write a love story? I think not. Also, if you didn't already guess I really like reading love stories. #oh well #sorrynotsorry Examples: Perfect ChemistryHow to Ruin a Summer Vacation (if I had to choose one book to read for the rest of my life, this would be it), Pushing the Limits.

3. Time Travel: I love it when they travel back in time for a bit and fall in love (Timeless), see into the future and falls in love (Pivot Point), or simply just going back and forth, falling in love with the same person in different times (Tempest). So pretty much just rewrite either of those three books, maybe (this is optional) change the names or something, but otherwise I will love it!

4. Paris: Write a book, set it in Paris, and I will love it. Okay, it's not that easy, it has to be believable too that it is set in Paris. I have to feel like I'm actually there, when I'm reading the book, and then I will love it. Example: Anna and the French KissDie for Me
5. 1800s: Ok, so this doesn't count for every single book, sometimes I get bored reading a book set in the 1800s, BUT other times I LOVE them! Example: The Infernal Devices SeriesTimeless

6. 1800s, magic and kingdom: I put this in a different category than #5, because I want all of these things together. I really really really just want to read a book like The False Princess again, it was just soooooo good, but I haven't been able to find anything like it. I loved it so much that I still think about it a lot now, three years later. 

It seems like I can never actually find a top 10, it's always top <10. Oh well. So what are your top ten choices, do we have any in common or do I sound crazy? 


  1. I would buy more books that feature that kind of class struggle a la The Distance Between Us. I know some people hated that angle of the novel, but I didn't. I think it's one of those things that distance people especially if they're in a relationship. I'm also a fan of the love/hate relationship trope. I think it's realistic and I don't think it's cheesy (if done right).

    Thanks for stopping by!
    Aly @ My Heart Hearts Books

  2. I LOVED The Distance Between Us! I also loved many of these books, especially the ones set in Paris. I'm going to have to check on The False Princess, historical books are some of my favorites :)

    Thanks for stopping by!

    1. You definitely should! It is such a great book!


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