Top Ten Books
with LOVE in the title
TTT for February 13, 2018
Today at Top Ten Tuesday, it’s a freebie about LOVE.
So I have selected my top 10 books containing the word LOVE on my Goodreads READ-Shelf.
Next time, I’ll do something easier to read…
But click on the picture, and you’ll be able to access details, and the links to my reviews.
Have you read any of these?
Which one is your favorite?
What was the last book you read
with the word LOVE in the title?
Posted in Fiction, foreign, French Bingo, Historical novels, I Love France, Monastic Spirituality, Non-Fiction, Orthodoxy, Poetry, Religion, Top Ten Tuesday |
Tagged David Downie, Heather Webb, Heloise and Abelard, love, Rachel Joyce |
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I could not resist joining this challenge, doubly challenging as I am at the same time trying to work on my TBR. But I am also keeping an eye on great new 2015 releases, so here we go:
I am aiming at:
16-30 books per year – New Release Pro
The Tutor, by Andrea Chapin
Rodin’s Lover, by Heather Webb
The City of Blood, by Frédérique Molay
That’s Paris, anthology by Velvet Morning Press
Aoléon The Martian Girl: The Luminess of Mars, by Brent LeVasseur
Cognac Conspiracies, by Alaux and Balen
The Love Story of Queenie Hennessy, by Rachel Joyce
Close to Destiny, by Adria J. Cimino
Aoléon The Martian Girl: The Hollow Moon, by Brent LeVasseur
The Tapestry, by Nancy Bilyeau
The Bullet, by Mary Louise Kelly
The Figaro Murders, by Laura Lebow
The Witch of Painted Sorrows, by MJ Rose
Mademoiselle Chanel, by C.W. Gortner
The Dream Lover, by Elizabeth Berg
The Phantom of Menace, by Ian Doescher
Aoléon The Martian Girl: Illegal Aliens, by Brent LeVasseur
Aoléon The Martian Girl: The Great Pyramid of Cydonia, by Brent LeVasseur
Bridges of Paris, by Michael Saint James
Mayhem in Margaux, by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen
The Holy Lance, by Andrew Latham
Look Who’s Back, by Timur Vermes
George’s Grand Tour, by Caroline Vermalle
Player Choice, by Jeff Deck
Petite Confessions, by Vicki Lesage
How to Blog a Book, by Nina Amir
Before Paris, by Adria J. Cimino
The Travels of Daniel Ascher, by Déborah Lévy-Bertherat
Race to Tibet, by Sophie Schiller
The Cost of Courage, by Charles Kaiser
The Room, by Jonas Karlsson The Little Paris Bookshop
The Fourth Rule of Ten, by Gay Hendricks
Armada, by Ernest Cline
The Collector, by Anne-Laure Thiéblemont
Montmartre Mysteries, by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen
Tragedy of the Sith’s Revenge, by Ian Doescher
The Sisters of Versailles, by Sally Christie
The 6:41 to Paris, by Jean-Philippe Blondel
Everyone Has Their Reasons, by Joseph Matthews
Sagan, Paris 1954, by Anne Berest
The Lake House, by Kate Morton
The Lady Agnès Mystery, vol 1, by Andrea Japp
French Illusions: From Tours to Paris, by Linda Kovic-Skow
La septième fonction du langage, by Laurent Binet
I LOVE FRANCE
And maybe you do too!
If you have recently read a good book in connection with France,
or watched a movie, read an article on France, etc,
please mention it in the comment section
and add a link to your blog post if you have one.
I will regularly post a recap of all the links mentioned.
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In full compliance with FTC Guidelines,
I received this book for free in exchange
for a fair and honest review.
I was in no way compensated for this post
as a reviewer,
and the thoughts are my own.
January 27, 2015 Release date:
historical fiction/ women’s fiction
Buy the book:
| Plume/Penguin | Amazon B&N
This book counts for the following Reading Challenges:
MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS BOOK
Life has never been easy for an artist. All the more so if the artist lived in the 19th century and the artist was a woman. captures the journey of the remarkable French scupltor Camille Claudel, both Rodin’s student and lover. I devoured this book in no time, actually just like Heather ‘s Webb first novel, Rodin’s Lover . Becoming Josephine
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Posted in Art, France Book Tours, Giveaway, Historical novels, I Love France, Quotations, Reading Challenges |
Tagged Auguste Renoir, Camille Claudel, Heather Webb, Paul Claudel, sculpture |