Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles as Easy as One, Two, Three

Posted September 14, 2021 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, cozy mystery, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 29 Comments

Happy Tuesday, friends! Today’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday is “Books With Numbers In the Title” – and because I always enjoy topics like this, I was excited to put this post together. I’ve done a similar post on the number ten in titles so today I decided to start back at the beginning, with book titles as easy as one, two, three! Is this a comprehensive list? By no means … just the first ones that came to mind. The genres represented include cozy mystery, romantic suspense, contemporary romance, thriller, women’s fiction, Amish romance, historical fiction, and historical romance. I was actually surprised to think of so many for each title that I had to limit myself to ten each. Gotta save some for the next time this topic comes up, you know. Haha!

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What about you? What book titles can you think of that include one, two, or three? Which books from my list do you want to read? Which books from my list have you already read?

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29 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles as Easy as One, Two, Three

  1. Teri DiVincenzo

    Spectacular! The first ones that came to mind was
    Just One Kiss by Courtney Walsh and A Talenof Two Hearts by Michelle Griep, both which were on your list. What a fun post!

  2. Wow! I definitely could not have come up with so many books with those 3 numbers in their titles, at least not without doing random searches on Goodreads. I’ve read exactly one from your list (A Tale of Two Hearts), though I’ve heard of two or three others.
    My TTT

  3. Debra J Pruss

    They all look so great. I am on the ARC team for Tacos for Two. Thank you so much for sharing. God bless you.

  4. Kendra Muonio

    I have read the patient one.I want to read two for tacos,three little words,three makes a family just one kiss,two steps forward and three little words.

  5. Perrianne Askew

    What a fun idea for a post! I’m a little surprised that there were so many. I’ve read few of those, but A Tale of Two Hearts by Michelle Griep is an absolute favorite. I love the Once Upon. A Dickens Christmas series and try to re-read it every year.

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