Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles With Adjectives

Posted March 22, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, cozy mystery, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 16 Comments

Happy Tuesday! Today’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday continues the grammar-related themes that we’ve done lately (which I’ve loved!) by looking at book titles with adjectives in them. Can I just say that book titles are resplendent with adjectives? I could very easily have done about 100 books (at least) for this topic, but I forced myself to stick to ten. All ten of these books with adjectivial (new word) titles are on my TBR list, too, for an added subtopic should you wish to view it that way instead haha

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Bitter Truth by Janet Sketchley
Cozy Mystery

Checked Impressions by Carolyn Miller
Contemporary Romance

Dark Angel by Andrews & Wilson
Supernatural Thriller

False Pretense by Heather Day Gilbert

The Lost Book of Eleanor Dare by Kimberly Brock
Historical Fiction

Malicious Intent by Lynn H. Blackburn
Romantic Suspense

Perilous Wilderness Escape by Rhonda Starnes
Romantic Suspense

Something Good by Vanessa Miller
Women’s Fiction

To a Brighter Tomorrow by Kari Trumbo
Historical Romance

An Unlikely Alliance by Toni Shiloh
Contemporary Romance

Check out these other grammar-themed Top Ten Tuesday posts!


What about you? What are some book titles with adjectives on your TBR list? Which of mine have you read?

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16 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles With Adjectives

  1. Shout-out to False Pretense, which I’ve already read and enjoyed! I like this broad range of genres–there’s something (or several somethings) for everyone. And I’m so excited that you included my new release (Bitter Truth) on this list!

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