Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is Top Ten Books you'd recommend to X person. As far as I'm concerned I love romances and have probably read all kinds of it. So, I'll pick Top Ten Books I'd recommend to a non romance reader.
My picks are-
1. The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay.
This is one of the best new adult books I've read. It is not cliched and has broken characters. The depth portrayed was amazing.
2. On Dublin Street by Samantha Young.
On Dublin Street has everything you want in a romance novel. Braden is swoon worthy and with all the angst and emotions it makes for a great read.
3. The Psy-Changeling series by Nalini Singh.
Nalini Singh is the BEST paranormal romance author you'll EVER find. All my use of CAPS cannot show how BRILLIANT her books are.
4. Pushing The Limits series by Katie McGarry
I love Katie McGarry's writing style. She makes young adult books into so much more.
5. Lucky Harbor series by Jill Shlavis
Jill Shlavis has a unique ability to mix sweet and sensual into one. Her Lucky Harbor series make for perfect feel good books.
6. Any book by Colleen Hoover.
Colleen Hoover is one of my favorite authors. She writes gut wrenching emotional scenes and actually makes you work for the happy ending
7. The FBI/U.S.Attorney series by Julie James.
No one can write witty banter like Julie James. Her couples are hot. You have to try one of her books if you haven't before.
8. Any book by Abbi Glines.
Abbi Glines' books are short and sexy. They make for quick reads which always leave you grinning afterwards.
9. The Wallflower series by Lisa Kleypas.
If you haven't tried any historical romances and want to, Lisa Kleypas is the way to go. Her romances and writing are beautiful.
10. Perfect Chemistry series by Simone Elkeles.
Simone Elkeles is one of the best YA authors out there and the Perfect Chemistry series is one of my absolute favorites!
These were my picks. I'm pretty sure someone who doesn't read romance can find a good romance in these picks.
What are your picks?