Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish
This week the Top Ten is a freebie! So I can do a top ten of whatever I want. I had such a hard time coming up with a topic, but I finally settled on top ten chick-lit flick books. I love reading the chick-lit type of books, they are the perfect blend between romance and feel good.
- I Never Fancied Him Anyway by Claudia Carroll. Oh my god, I love this book so much! The friendship described the love interest and the main character. Such an amazing mix and left me feeling happy and content.
- Can You Keep A Secret? by Sophie Kinsella. I keep re-reading this book, and it is one of my favourite books. I pick it up whenever I feel really sad, and it makes me happy again.
- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. This is one of my favourite books and I will re-read it many times in the future. Rowell is a genius.
- Personally I Blame My Fairy Godmother by Claudia Carroll. Another of Carroll’s books that I absolutely adore. So much fun and the main character goes through such an amazing character development.
- Solo by Jill Mansell. The classic man gets woman pregnant and they aren’t together but had an amazing one-night stand is the premise for this book. And it works out wonderfully. Loved it.
- Good At Games by Jill Mansell. Loving Solo led me to reading this. And I wasn’t disappointed. Such an amazing and hilarious book!
- The Key Trilogy by Nora Roberts. A combination of Celtic gods, hot guys and steamy romance? Hells yeah! Best thing Nora Roberts ever have written.
- The Nearly-Weds by Jane Costello. Great book and absolutely adored it. The love interest is like a modern-day version of Mr Darcy. Perfection.
- The Time of Our Lives by Jane Costello. Three friends go on a trip to Barcelona. Doesn’t sound interesting but it is fantastic. You can’t but help falling in love with all the characters.
- Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. Like I said, Rowell is a genius. Lincoln is my favourite and I just want to cuddle him and protect him from harm.
So that’s my top ten this week. Do you have any good chick-lit books that you absolutely love?