Today’s Top 5 Tuesday is a freebie, and due to my reading choices right now I’ve decided to do 5 books that make me happy. I’m all about the reads that make me feel light and airy. I want to feel good the entire time, and I want to laugh. Those were my requirements.
Putting it all together, I realized that also meant all romance. So, if you’re not into romantic books, then here is your chance to just smash the like button and not bother reading all that ooey gooey stuff. 😀
Top 5 Tuesday was started by Shanah at Bionic Book Worm!
Him & Us by Elle Kennedy and Sarina Bowen
I’m actually rereading this duology right now. I was supposed to read Thunderhead, but I just needed to read something I already knew with characters that I already loved. That’s exactly how I would describe this duology. I’ve read it about 3 times already, but it’s a must read when I need the familiar.
How to be a Normal Person by TJ Klune
There’s nothing negative or bad in How to be a Normal Person. It’s happiness and joy from the very first page. Every time I read this book I laugh. Gus brings out the humor, and Casey brings the sweetness, and together it’s just one 300 page book of feeling good. I think I may be rereading this one soon!
Storm & Silence by Robert Thier
If you want to feel good, then you want to read Storm and Silence. It’s the craziest story but you can’t help but laugh at Lily and Ambrose’s adventures and Lily’s attempts to get under Ambrose’s skin. When I read one of these books, I know I’m going to be completely amused.
When you’re reading a series with characters by the name of Jethro, Roscoe, and Cletus, you know you’re in for a good time. These Winston brothers are one of the best brotherhoods in fiction, and I can’t wait until the next one is out. They’re always a great time.
I’ve yet to read anything else by Alice Clayton, and I’m not sure why because this Hudson Valley trilogy is one of my favorites ever. Not only is it hilarious and romantic, but it has Natalie Grayson in it and she’s one of the best written female characters I’ve ever read.