Top Ten-ish Tuesday: Recent Reads I Had All the Feels For

Posted June 3, 2024 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, time travel, Top Ten Tuesday, women's fiction / 7 Comments


Recent Reads I Had All the Feels For

Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is “Books I Had VERY Strong Emotions About”. I could have gone several different ways with this topic but ultimately I decided to talk about some recent reads that I had all the feels for. These 2023/2024 titles are books that, when I closed the final page, I wanted to stand up and applaud at the author’s storytelling ability and the journey their writing had just taken me on. For most of these, I experienced a wide range of strong reactions while reading – from laughter to tears and sometimes even swooning or fear or anger. ALL of these stories had me absolutely spellbound from beginning to end. (Also please notice that I have embraced my tendency to go over the allotted ten by titling this post ‘Top Ten-ish Tuesday lol. I have been blessed with so many fantastic reads the past couple of years, and I’m sure I’ve inadvertently left a couple off this list.)

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Alaskan Cyber Hunters series by Kimberley Woodhouse
Romantic Suspense/Psychological Thriller


All's Fair in Love and Christmas by Sarah Monzon

All’s Fair in Love and Christmas by Sarah Monzon
Contemporary Romance


An American Immigrant by Johanna Rojas Vann

An American Immigrant by Johanna Rojas Vann
Dual Timeline Women’s Fiction


The Divine Proverb of Streusel by Sara Brunsvold

The Divine Proverb of Streusel by Sara Brunsvold
Contemporary Fiction


The Elusive Truth of Lily Temple by Joanna Davidson Politano

The Elusive Truth of Lily Temple by Joanna Davidson Politano
Historical/Edwardian Romance


   

FBI: Strange Crimes Unit series by Jessica R. Patch
Psychological Thrillers with Romance


The Words We Lost by Nicole Deese  The Roads We Follow by Nicole Deese

Fog Harbor Romance series by Nicole Deese
Contemporary Romance


The Happy Life of Isadora Bentley by Courtney Walsh

The Happy Life of Isadora Bentley by Courtney Walsh
Romantic Women’s Fiction


Indigo Isle by T.I. Lowe
Romantic Southern Fiction


Julia Monroe Begins Again by Rebekah Millet

Julia Monroe Begins Again by Rebekah Millet
Contemporary Romance/RomCom


The Love Script by Toni Shiloh  A Run at Love by Toni Shiloh 

Love in the Spotlight series by Toni Shiloh
(especially The Nature of Love, releasing in Feb 2025. Whew.)
Contemporary Romance


A Million Little Choices by Tamera Alexander

A Million Little Choices by Tamera Alexander
Dual Timeline Southern Fiction


On Moonberry Lake by Holly Varni

On Moonberry Lake by Holly Varni
Humorous/Romantic Women’s Fiction


The Road Before Us by Janine Rosche

The Road Before Us by Janine Rosche
Romantic Women’s Fiction


Rocky Road by Becky Wade

Rocky Road by Becky Wade
Contemporary Romance/RomCom


The Thing About Home by Rhonda McKnight

The Thing About Home by Rhonda McKnight
Dual Timeline Southern Fiction


    For a Lifetime by Gabrielle Meyer

Timeless series by Gabrielle Meyer
Historical Romance/Time Crossing


For the Sake of Her Sons by Allie Pleiter

True North Springs series by Allie Pleiter
Contemporary Romance


The Vanishing at Castle Moreau by Jaime Jo Wright
Dual Timeline Mystery/Thriller


The Wind Blows in Sleeping Grass by Katie Powner

The Wind Blows in Sleeping Grass by Katie Powner
Contemporary Fiction


Within These Walls of Sorrow by Amanda Barratt

Within These Walls of Sorrow by Amanda Barratt
Historical/WW2 Fiction


What about you? What are some recent reads that you’ve had all the feels for? Which of the books have you read (or want to read)?

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7 responses to “Top Ten-ish Tuesday: Recent Reads I Had All the Feels For

  1. I’ve heard such good things about Gabrielle’s novels and that series from Kimberley looks interesting. May be one I need to head to Goodreads and read all about. 🙂

  2. Jeanne Bishop

    Amanda Barratt’s “Within These Walls of Sorrow” is one of the most moving books I’ve ever read. Scenes from that book will be with me forever.

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