Top Ten Tuesday: Some More Fave Friends To More Romances

Posted March 8, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, historical, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 20 Comments

Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is books with our favorite trope. Since I did fave marriage-of-convenience romances not too long ago, I decided to do one of my other most favorite romance tropes: Friends to More romances have a soft spot in my heart because it’s my own love story. I married my best friend – in fact, we started dating (after insisting we never would) 23 years ago today – and because of that one of my fave quotes has long been ‘Love is friendship set on fire’. I hope you get a chance to enjoy some more of my fave friends to more romances and these characters whose friendships are set on fire by falling in love.

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<<contemporary romance>>


The Breakup Project by Carolyn Miller
An Unlikely Proposal by Toni Shiloh


Never Too Late by Susan L. Tuttle
“Gwen and the Three Dates” by Teresa Tysinger


The Husband Auditions by Angela Ruth Strong
The Secret Santa Project by Carol Ross

<<historical romance>>


Every Word Unsaid by Kimberly Duffy
A Colonial Courtship by Stephenia H. McGee


Love and Lavender by Josi S. Kilpack
Out of the Ordinary by Jen Turano

Already read these?
Check out my previous list of fave friends to more romances

What about you? Which books from my list of fave friends to more romances have you read? Which books do you want to read? Do you have more friends to more romances I need to check out?

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20 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Some More Fave Friends To More Romances

  1. Toni Shiloh

    I’ve read so many of these. Does that mean it’s one of my favorite tropes? lol.
    Thanks for featuring An Unlikely Proposal!

  2. Kendra Muonio

    The only one on your list that I have read is an unlikely proposal the others look like great books I need to check out.Also my mom knew she was going to marry my dad in the 8th grade and now they have been married for 27 years I am almost 24 and never have dated so I’m still single but an aunt to 2 nieces and 2 nephews.

  3. Carolyn Miller

    Thanks so much for including The Breakup Project. It’s such a good trope isn’t it? You really get the sense these relationships will last.

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