When it comes to the titles of books, the more unique the better. Sure we all love a simple title like that of the original working title First Impressions which would go on to be Pride & Prejudice or a simple titular character title, but come on, we also love ones with a bit more personality. Today we look at book titles with an adjective. Because sometimes we need a bit of a rule book to help make a list.
Our titles today all sit on my shelf or could be something I’ve read, but either way they’re books and we love to chat that item up. So despite not really needing a reason to talk books we take most of the opportunities to do so. Let’s roll fellow book addicts!
BOOK TITLES WITH AN ADJECTIVE
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1: LITTLE WHITE LIES, JENNIFER LYNN BARNES
2: NOT IF I SAVE YOU FIRST, ALLY CARTER
Ok, so real bookworm talk, I have officially started another unhauling of my shelves. I’ve had a handful of Ally’s books on my shelves for years just because they get so much fond memory talk and they do sound fun. Should I keep them or are her books not worth it? Let me know! Amazon | Goodreads10 BOOK TITLES ON MY SHELF USING AN ADJECTIVE OR TWO! #BOOKLIST #BOOKWORM #READERS #READER #READING #BOOKTITLES #CHRISTIANFICTION #FICTION #SARAHDESSEN Click To Tweet
3: THE MOON AND MORE, SARAH DESSEN
Though I adore contemporary romance, I have not read a single novel by Sarah. I’m hoping this changes in 2022 since she has one (or maybe two) adaptations set to release. This plot follows a girl with the perfect boyfriend only an outsider walks into their lives and maybe upsets that idea of perfect. Have you read a novel by Dessen? Amazon | Goodreads
4: MUCH ADO ABOUT A LATTE, KATHLEEN FULLER
5: YOU DESERVE EACH OTHER, SARAH HOGLE
Haven’t read Sarah’s follow up release to this but I did read this one. What do you all think: is her follow-up better? I did like this one but don’t love it. It’s a kind of love story in reverse about two people still together but unsure why. So they start to make separate attempts to sabotage the relationship and “force” the other out. Amazon | Goodreads
6: EVERY OTHER WEEKEND, ABIGAIL JOHNSON
This is one that I know next to nothing about but picked up because I thought the premise sounds unique compared to most. Follows two teens who become friends during their “off” weekend with their respective divorced parents. Is this one worth a read? Amazon | Goodreads
7: THE WHITE FEATHER MURDERS, RACHEL MCMILLAN
OK, this is going to sound terrible, but I cannot remember if I’ve read this historical cozy mystery or not. I know I read books one and two and some of the novellas, but I’m thinking I still need to read book three. Either way these super fun Sherlock and Holmes (only this time its Herringford and Watts and two females) type mysteries are fun reads indeed. Amazon | Goodreads
8: LOVE AT FIRST LIKE, HANNAH ORENSTEIN
It’s been too long since I read this to remember specifics, but I think I enjoyed parts of it and others not so much. I did pick up one of her other novels to give a chance though. If you’ve read Hannah’s books, what’s your verdict? This one follows a jewelry designer who’s innocent ring on that finger ends up in a Instagram photo that goes viral. Now if only she had a fiancé! Amazon | Goodreads
9: MY EPIC SPRING BREAK (UP), KRISTIN ROCKAWAY
10: THE WAY OF THE BRAVE, SUSAN MAY WARREN
It’s been WAY too long since I read a novel by Warren. I used to adore her novels and now never seem to read her new releases even when I pick them up now and then. Most follow search and rescue teams and if it’s anything like her other adventurous novels, would feature some pretty epic heroes – also… where are these dudes IRL? Amazon | Goodreads
Which of these have you read? Did you like or hate them? Which ones would you like to read or do you spy an author you’d like to give a chance? Comment all of your comments! Let’s chat – as always, I’m glad you take the time to visit. Thanks.
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Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl and Top Ten Tuesday March 22: Books With an Adjective In the Title (Submitted by Nicole @ How to Train a Book Dragon)