Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever

Hello lovely people❤ I hope you all have an amazing and wonderful day today😊

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jamie at The Broke and The Bookish.

The topic of this week is Books I Could Re-read Forever😍🙌❤📚 I’ll share with you guys some of my all time favorite books📚 The ones that I always find myself recommending to my friends and the ones I could read again and again❤🙌


So those are some of my all time favorite books😍❤🙌 The ones that no matter how many time I read them, I will still love them. There are more books of course and maybe I could make a post about them! Would you guys like me to write about my all time favorite books? One of the things I loved besides reading it to recommend the books I read to my friends 🤣 Let me know in the comments below if you would like me to write that post! Also have you read any of these books? If you haven’t, you should definitely change that ASAP!











8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever

  1. Oooh thank you for the reminder that I still need to read Forest of a Thousand Lanterns for the first time! I’ve heard nothing but raves, and the fact that you would re-read it forever is a good sign! I also really liked Stalking Jack the Ripper and wouldn’t mind giving it a re-read. These are fun books! 🙂


  2. I am not a re-reader, but I loved so many of these. Pirate King made my TOP list last year, To All the Boys is a fantastic series (hoping for a Kitty aged-up spinoff), and My Lady Jane was so much fun. I am glad to see some newer books on your list too. Jane Sinner was great and I am excited to read the continuation of Follow Me Back.


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