This week’s Top Ten Tuesday over at That Artsy Reader Girl is books that take place in another country. I had fun going through my lists to find these books. Here’s my list for this week:
- Devil in Spring – The third book in the Ravenels series by Lisa Kleypas was as fun as I’d hoped. Gabriel and Pandora were one of my favorite couples of 2018 so far.
- A Princess in Theory – I did just read this one, but I loved it so much it’s earned a place here.
- Marrying Winterborne – Am I cheating by putting 2 books from the same series in this list? Maybe. But when they’re this good, who cares?
- Crazy Rich Asians – I read this one for my book club and it was fantastic. I cannot wait to see the movie.
- I Let You Go – I know. I rated this one as middling. But it was actually hard to come up with 10 books I’ve read recently that take place in another country at all.
- Queen of Hearts – I love this series so freaking much. If you like cozies, particularly that take place in the early 20th century, you should really be reading this one.
- Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist – Another series I love. Agatha Raisin is a horrible woman; I don’t know why I like her so much, but I really love her and all of her adventures.
- A Storm of Swords – I know Westeros is fiction, but I’m going to count it anyway because why the hell not? I counted Thesolo, after all.
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – Obviously. I don’t even need to say anything else.
- The Secret Place – Are you reading Tana French? If not, I don’t know what you’re waiting for. She’s so good, and her settings come alive – they’re as much a character as the people in the books.
That’s it for this week! What about you guys – do you have any favorite books that take place in countries other than where you live?