Top 10 Tuesday: Books with Names in the Title

Welcome back to Top 10 Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl!

This week’s prompt is a fun one that I haven’t done before! I am always impressed when they manage to continually come up with new prompts. Anyways, this week’s prompt is Books with Names/Character Names In the Titles.Ā 

I decided to group mine based on books I have read and those on my TBR. And this way I can include more books than if I limited myself to only one list. Just for fun! Enjoy šŸ™‚

Books I’ve read and reviewed on my blog:

Books on my TBR:

What are some books you enjoy that have names in the titles?

11 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday: Books with Names in the Title

  1. Bianca P

    This was a very clever idea for a post! I have read quite a few books with names as the title that I really love. I’ve been on a historical fiction kick and recently finished reading “Matilda Empress” by Lise Arin. This is about a true warrior queen who I’ve been researching and reading about ever since I finished the book. I think the author did an amazing job at bringing her to life and making this book as historically accurate as possible (but obviously doesn’t read like a history book). Matilda, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire is someone I didn’t really know anything about. Come to find out she’s a strong and incredible woman who had her empire stolen from her by her cousin and what resulted was a 20-year civil war. Not only that, but they were also having a tumultuous love affair which results in a baby boy, the new rightful heir to the throne. It has drama, and suspense, and is beautifully written. If you want to check it out here is the author’s website – https://www.lisearin.com/
    Happy Reading!

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