Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Books if you like Romantic Comedies

Ok so I'm new at doing these top ten things. Like this is my first week. Anyway, it's a theme I've seen on several blogs I follow, and I thought it might be fun to join in. I may not join every week, but will as the topic interests me.

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish where every Tuesday a new list of 10 is given.

This week's theme is the Top Ten Books if you like ______ tv show, movie, comic, play, etc. I've chosen Romantic Comedies.

I'm a big fan of romantic comedies. So of my favorite movies are Sweet Home Alabama, Letters to Juliet, 10 Things I Hate About You, Down With Love, and so many more that are classified as romantic comedies. So for this Top Ten Tuesday, I decided to focus on books that would be a romantic comedy. Specifically ones I've read. So in no particular order other than how I thought of them.

1. Weddings by Bella Series, the Backstage Pass Series, or the Weddings by Design Series by Janice Thompson

  • These books are funny and usually wedding related. 
2. Made to Last by Melissa Tagg

  • Her new one will probably fit here too, but as I've not yet read it, I'll stay with one I've read. It had me giggling through out.
3. Stealing the Preacher by Karen Witemeyer
  • Yes it's a historical one, but it's really an awesome book.
4. Meant to Be Mine by Becky Wade
  • The antics of both Ty and Celia had me laughing so hard at times.
5. The Halo Hattie Boarding House Series - Say Uncle...And Aunt, and Raising Cain (and his sisters) - by Suzy Pizzutti

  • These are older books and are out of print now, but I love how Hattie's prayers are answered exactly the way she prays them. Though her boarding house residents don't think so. Still these have me laughing from the first page. 
6. Married By Mistake by Abby Gaines

  • What's a TV station producer/owner to do when the groom starring in his station's new wedding based reality show stands up his bride on live television but to marry the girl himself? 
7. The Princess Bride by William Goldman

  • Probably one of my all time favorite books. And that's reading it AFTER having seen the movie over and over. 
8. Starring Me by Krista McGee
  • This is my favorite one of Krista's books. While not a traditional romance (it is after all a young adult novel), Kara is my favorite character in it.
9. Wild Goose Chase Christmas by Jennifer Allee

  • There's just a touch of romance, but the fun is in following the heroine through her adventures to get answers pertaining to an inheritance especially when the hero thinks the quilt was left to him! 
10. That's all I could come up with. Well there's always the Harry Potter crack fiction that several of my friends and I spent time writing because we were bored. It's not even a true fan fiction as it's based off the characters in a  fan fiction. And it's not a romantic comedy either. It's just hilarious. Anyway, Jamie & Leah, you'll remember it. :) So my 10th one would be a shout out to the House of Gator's crack fiction. :)
This House of Gator Crest was made by the fabulous cybobbie

What about you? What books would make your top ten list? Let me know in the comments.


  1. I chose the same genre. You thought of a few that didn't even cross my mind ... and a few that I'll have to add to my TBR list!

    1. I saw your list! Yours contains several that are on my TBR list!

  2. Fun. Love that you joined in, Dawn - and rom-coms are my favorite. :) Love so many of these and want to read some of them too!

    1. Thanks Rissi! I'm glad I joined in as well. It's fun.

  3. I love this idea!
    Great suggestions too! :)


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