Top Ten Tuesday: The Traveling Romantic

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Happy Valentine’s Day!! I hope you’re all having a lovely day regardless of how you feel about this rather polarizing holiday. In keeping with a romantic theme, today’s Top Ten Tuesday list revolves around beloved or dreaded romantic tropes. I’ve decided to stay in a positive direction and share ten fun, lighthearted romance novels that involve traveling.Β Grab your passport and let’s get started!

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What do you think of the books on my list? Any recommendations? How do you feel about Valentine’s Day in general? Let me know in the comments section below!

Yours,

HOLLY

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31 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: The Traveling Romantic

  1. I’m planning to reread Little Women soon. I don’t think I’ve read it since high school–which means it’s been FAR too long since I picked it up. I’m most curious to see if my feelings on Laurie vs. the Professor have changed over the years.

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  2. This is a nice topic! I like your list.
    I wasn’t into These broken Stars, I probably need to pick it up again, I really wanted to like that book.
    check our TTT and there is a link on top to a giveaway.
    My TTT.

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    1. Thank you!! It took me a little while to get into These Broken Stars, but once the story became more suspenseful and I became more invested in the characters I ended up really enjoying it. Hopefully you enjoy it if you decide to give it another try! πŸ™‚

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  3. I love this post – it’s a really great idea and not one I’ve seen done before! Also ‘Outside Cath’s comfort zone’ made me laugh so hard! I really like Fangirl and The Fault in Our Stars so I’m 100% on board with these choices! I’ve also had These Broken Stars on my TBR for a while now and you’re making me even more eager to read it πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you!! I hope you get around to reading These Broken Stars soon– it’s a captivating read and I’ve heard that the rest of the series is great as well. Also, I’m glad this post made you laugh πŸ™‚

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  4. I’m not a big fan of TFIOS, to be honest … I liked the plot, but I didn’t seem to love it as everyone else, and I was the only one watching the movie that wasn’t crying haha I really enjoyed Fangirl, tho, and I’d love to read Little Woman and Anna and the French Kiss. Great list ❀

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    1. TFiOS definitely isn’t my favorite John Green novel (I much prefer Looking for Alaska or even Paper Towns) but his writing is such a source of nostalgia for me that I couldn’t help but love it all the same. Hope you enjoy Little Women and Anna and the French Kiss whenever you get around to reading them! πŸ™‚ They’re both adorable ❀

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  5. DANNNG. This is SUCH a good list. I haven’t read ANY of them, although this year I’m planning on reading The Fault in Our Stars, I guess I’m just not much of a Romance Lover. *Cries for eternity* Have an AMAZING FEBRUARY!

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  6. ‘Outside Cath’s comfort Zone’ ‘Outer Space’ I”M DYING YOU’RE HILARIOUS WOW. Do they go to Europe in Little Women? I thought it was in Civil War America? Am I forgetting something from when I read it in my youth? I really liked Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour, I have to say ❀

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