Top Ten Tuesday: A Bunch of Series with Names in the Titles

Posted February 1, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, cozy mystery, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 29 Comments

Happy Tuesday, dear readers! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is a bunch of series with names in the titles. I had fun finding the first ten series that came to my mind and was honestly surprised at how many I remembered! There’s a range of contemporary romance, romantic suspense, cozy mystery, and historical romance, too.

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The Sewing in SoCal series by Sarah Monzon is made up of super fun stories surrounding a circle of girlfriends in Southern California and their respective swoony heroes!



Buckle up for Susan May Warren’s The Montana Marshalls series – thrilling romantic suspense that follows a group of Montana siblings.


An Amish Mystery series by Amy Lillard features the eponymous Kappy King, who is a hoot! I’m super excited that another Kappy King book is coming soon!



This upcoming romantic suspense Steele Guardians series by Susan Sleeman (book 1 releases today!) follows six Steele women who inherited a security business from their respective fathers.



Janet Ferguson’s Coastal Hearts series are connected standalone ‘beach reads’ with deeply layered characters and sweet romance.



plus Caitlyn’s Christmas

The Smoky Mountain Secrets series by Laura Scott takes place in my favorite setting for romantic suspense & follows a group of estranged foster siblings who keep finding themselves in a killer’s sights.



The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone series by writing team David James Warren is best described as a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat time travel detective series.



Christy Barritt’s Lantern Beach Blackout: The New Recruits continues her popular romantic suspense series with new batch of former Navy S.E.A.L.s turned private security firm.




The Regency Brides series by Carolyn Miller is actually three separate, but interconnected, series of delicious Regency romances: A Legacy of Grace, A Promise of Hope, and Daughters of Aynsley.


Heather Day Gilbert’s Exotic Pet Sitter series is a set of cozy mysteries surrounding a young pet sitter who has some interesting clients.

What about you? What are some of your fave series with names in the titles? Have you read any of mine?

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29 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: A Bunch of Series with Names in the Titles

  1. Janet Estridge

    We have several of those book series in
    the Church Library.
    I had no idea you wrote books.
    Sorry if you are as confused as I am.
    I’ve had a migraine for the last 3 days
    due to the change in the weather.
    Thanks for the heads up on the books listed.

      • Janet Estridge

        Oops! That is what happens when one has a migraine for 3 days.
        I’m feeling somewhat better but still have a nagging nogin.
        I’m looking forward to ordering some of the series you
        have listed on your page.
        Bless you for praying.

  2. I love that you featured series! There are so many that fit this category, aren’t there? I will have to try the Exotic Pet Sitter series. It sounds like a lot of fun. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Carolyn Miller

    Ooh, thanks so much for including the Regency Brides series (of series). Can you believe it’s almost five years since The Elusive Miss Ellison released? So appreciate your support over the years xx

  4. Gloria A

    I have read the Kappy King series, the Montana Marshalls, and Exotic Pets. I have the Coastal Hearts and New Recruits on my Kindle but have not read them with my eye on some of the others.

  5. Debra Pruss

    Fabulous post. Falling for Tallulah, For the Love of Penni, by Tina Dee.
    Fiona, Alexis, Isabelle, Mae, Meg, Joan, Katie by Danni Roan.

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