Top Ten Tuesday | 4/6/21

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Please check out her website for more TTT topics!

This week’s topic is:

Books I’d Gladly Throw Into the Ocean (submitted by Beauty & Her Books)

I’d throw these books into the ocean because they have an Ocean theme either with their cover or storyline 🌊🐋🐙🐚🦑🐡🦀🐳.

Let’s check them out:

A Song Below Water by. Bethany C. Morrow ~ nothing takes place near the ocean at all, but Sirens are creatures of water and song.

The Traitor Queen (The Bridge Kingdom, #2) by. Danielle L. Jensen ~ the setting of this world involves the sea that divides kingdoms, one in particular who relies on it for it’s defenses.

Kingdom of Sea and Stone (Crown of Coral and Pearl, #2) by. Mara Rutherford ~ not so much in this book, but the first one introduces us to sisters born on a village situated on the ocean.

All the Stars and Teeth by. Adalyn Grace ~ from the cover, to the storyline, a total ocean adventure.

The Dark Tide by. Alicia Jasinska ~ something lives in this dark sea…and it’s sinking an island.

Starfish by. Akemi Dawn Bowman ~ this is nothing about the ocean, but check out that cover!

House of Salt and Sorrows by. Erin A. Craig ~ about a manor by the sea, wonderful story.

Daughter of the Pirate King by. Tricia Levenseller ~ I’m not a big pirate fan but I loved this duology.

Don’t Date Rosa Santos by. Nina Moreno ~ the women in her family are cursed by the sea, supposedly…but Rosa overcomes her fear of it by crossing it.

Dark Shores by. Danielle L. Jensen ~ talk about treacherous oceans, Teriana has traveled them all! Love this series.

That’s my TTT for this week ~ can’t wait to see what you have on your list!

😘 ~ Yolanda

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