Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Umbrellas on the Cover

Posted April 26, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, historical, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 15 Comments

Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is ‘books with ____ on the cover’. I picked my topic last night because of spring and ‘April showers’, and it turned out to be a rainy day here in the Atlanta metro area so my topic became serendipitous lol. So, without further ado here are some books with umbrellas on the cover! Note: Parasols count too because they’re pretty 🙂

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A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano
Historical/Gilded Age RomCom

After a Fashion by Jen Turano
Historical/Gilded Age RomCom

Forgiving Paris by Karen Kingsbury
Women’s Fiction

Gentleman of Her Dreams by Jen Turano
Historical/Gilded Age RomCom
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Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford
Historical/WW2 Fiction

The Indebted Earl by Erica Vetsch
Historical/Regency Romance

Inventing Vivian by Vivian Moore
Historical/Victorian Romance

Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers
Children’s Classic Literature

Mist of Midnight by Sandra Byrd
Historical/Gothic Romance

Rain Song by Alice J. Wisler
Contemporary Romance

The Same Rainbow’s End by Mary Cates
Contemporary Romance

Their Make-Believe Match by Jackie Stef
Contemporary/Amish Romance

The Weather Girl by Amy Vastine
Contemporary Romance

Want more? Check out these rainy day reads, too!

What about you? What’s the weather like where you are today? Can you think of any books with umbrellas on the cover that I missed?

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15 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Umbrellas on the Cover

  1. The first book cover that came to my mind with an umbrella on the cover isn’t on your list: After the Rain by Brandy Bruce. And another one I thought of is Heaven Sent Rain by Brandy Bruce.

    And you reminded me I need to go link up!! 😉

  2. This is a great topic for this week! We are expecting storms this afternoon. Someone else did umbrellas today too, but your covers are different. Such a fun post 🙂

  3. Rebecca Maney

    Courtney Walsh’s book, If For Any Reason, has a beach umbrella . . . . no rain there! 🙂 . . . but the story with a significant umbrella that comes to mind is “The Number of Love” and Margot’s mother’s umbrella.

  4. Love the covers! It’s interesting how a cover can make an impact. I read Dancing on Glass by Pamela Binnings Ewen years ago. But when you said umbrella, it immediately came to mind. Shows the power of a striking image.

  5. Lelia (Lucy) Reynolds

    Such clever covers. I love umbrellas ☂. Love In The Balance by Regina Jennings is a good one.

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