Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles in Bloom

Posted May 7, 2024 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, historical, romance, Top Ten Tuesday, women's fiction / 11 Comments


Book Titles in Bloom Top Ten Tuesday

Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is ‘May Flowers’, for obvious reasons 🙂 What are some of your fave spring blooms? I love azaleas and drift roses and lantana and tulips the most, but anything that is brightly colored tends to get my attention. I decided to go with book titles that include the word bloom and grabbed the first ten I came to. (Look at me, sticking to ten titles this week – somebody mark this date on the calendar haha)

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An Apology in Bloom by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Contemporary Romance novella


The Blooming of Delphinium by Holly Varni
Romantic Women’s Fiction (with a dash of magical realism)


Love in Second Bloom by Sandra Ardoin
Contemporary Romance


The Plum Blooms in Winter by Linda Thompson
Historical/WW2 Fiction


A Time to Bloom by Lauraine Snelling (with Kiersti Giron)
Historical/Frontier Romance


When the Meadow Blooms by Ann H. Gabhart
Historical Romance


When Valleys Bloom Again by Pat Jeanne Davis
Historical/WW2 Romance


Where Dandelions Bloom by Tara Johnson
Historical/Civil War Romance


Where the Last Rose Blooms by Ashley Clark
Dual Timeline Southern Fiction


Where Wild Roses Bloom by Angela K. Couch
Historical/Frontier Romance


What about you? What are some of your fave book titles in bloom? And, while we’re at it, what’s your favorite spring bloom? Which of the books from my list today have you read?

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11 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles in Bloom

  1. Ooo! There’s some pretty ones on your list. Angela’s isn’t one I’ve heard of, but that book cover is so very pretty. 🙂

  2. Jeanne Bishop

    Carrie, I have put a red star on my calendar for May 7th. Only 10 books! I love the list.

  3. Oh gosh I don’t know if I have any favourite spring bloom, I like them all but I have some tiny flowers called Veronicas which I love because they’re my namesake. I haven’t read any of these but there are a few that seem intriguing to me!

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