Top Ten Tuesday: Brought To You By The Number TEN

Posted October 1, 2019 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 27 Comments


Happy Tuesday! And happy October!! Today’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday with That Artsy Reader Girl is all about the numbers, specifically Book Titles with Numbers In Them, submitted by Emma at Words and Peace. I thought it would be fun, since this IS top TEN tuesday, to focus on that particular number… but not in the way you might think 😉

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After inheriting his title from his brother, the margrave has two weeks to find a noble bride. What will happen when he learns he has fallen for a lovely servant girl in disguise?
The Beautiful Pretender by Melanie Dickerson


The number on the population sign might seem insignificant, but a few short steps from the beaten path, there’s more than meets the eye.
Written in the Stars by Christina Coryell


When a handsome Texas Ranger appears on her doorstep with an abandoned baby, Thea isn’t sure her heart can take it.
A Tender Hope by Amanda Cabot


Discover four heroines in historical Austin, TX, as they find love–Jane Austen style.
Austen in Austin by Welborn, Draper, Dietze & Marvin


Suddenly, Kate finds that while doling out wisdom to others may be easy, asking for help is tougher than it looks, and following your own advice is even harder.
Listen to Your Heart by Kasie West


In the aftermath of tragedy, Grace hopes to reclaim her nephew from the relatives who rejected her sister because of her class. Unexpectedly, she begins to fall for the boy’s guardian, who is promised to another.
The Best of Intentions by Susan Anne Mason


Jack and Hattie end up in a mess that puts her dreams in peril–and tests Jack’s resolve to remain single.
The Lieutenant’s Bargain by Regina Jennings


Denied tenure in the wake of a scandal and left penniless by the ensuing divorce, Emma packs up what few worldly possessions she has left and heads to England on a quest to find the missing letters of Jane Austen.
Jane Austen Ruined My Life by Beth Pattillo


Welcome to Smitten, Vermont. With the help of four friends, it’s about to become the most romantic town in America.
Smitten by Coble, Billerbeck, Hunt & Hunter


As Mia grapples with how to make a difference in an overwhelmingly difficult world, circumstances force her to choose between the life she thought she wanted and the unexpected life she has built.
The Enlightenment of Bees by Rachel Linden


Posing as her sister for Christmas is the only way to save her, but Maggie Lofton needs help—even if it means working with her twin’s cowboy ex-boyfriend, Liam Pike.
Deadly Christmas Pretense by Dana Mentink


What about you? Which of these books brought to you by the number TEN appeal to you most? Did you add any to your TBR list?

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27 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Brought To You By The Number TEN

  1. Andi

    I was wondering how you’d put a twist to this. Love it!! Have you read Smitten? It’s one of my favorites!!

  2. Janice Moore

    Your post reminded me of a wonderful book I just read, “The Number of Love” by Roseanna White. Seeing patterns in numbers was the job of the code breakers in England. What was further interesting was that one’s character’s love language was numbers!

  3. Amy M.

    Love your take on this. “Written in the Stars (& Dust)” are two my favorites. “Deadly InTENtions” by Lisa Harris is on my nightstand right now waiting from met to crack it open.

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