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Top Ten Tuesday: Nature On The Cover

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created by The Broke and the Bookish, but is now run by That Artsy Reader Girl.


Happy Tuesday, Bookworms!

For today’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt – Nature on the Cover – I chose books by one of my favorite authors, Lynn Kurland, that had picturesque nature scenes on the covers.

If you’re a hopeless romantic like me and love fantasy romance, time-travel romance, and/or historical romance, then Lynn Kurland is an author I highly recommend.

Much Ado About Nothing

(MacLeod #9)

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The Mage’s Daughter

(A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms #2)

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A Garden In The Rain

(MacLeod #8)

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Spellweaver

(A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms #5)

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With Every Breath

(MacLeod #10)

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Gift of Magic

(A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms #6)

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Dreams of Lilacs

(de Piaget #16)

(review)

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Dreamspinner

(A Novel of the Nine Kingdoms #7)

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Roses In Moonlight

(de Piaget #15)

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Till There Was You

(de Piaget #12)


More by Lynn Kurland

de Piaget Family
From This Moment On (#9) (2nd Read)
Stars In Your Eyes (#17)

MacLeod Family
A Dance Through Time (#1) (2nd Read)
Ever My Love (#10)


AS ALWAYS, HAPPY READING!!!
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2 replies on “Top Ten Tuesday: Nature On The Cover”

ALL OF THESE ARE SO GORGEOUS!! I though the theme of nature would be pretty hard but I love the one of spell weaver. And I’ve always wanted to try much ado about nothing – it looks great!! I got a bit sidetracked with this weeks ttt and ended up doing the top ten worst (/best?) young adult tropes. Let me know what you think 😊 https://hundredsandthousandsofbooks.blog/2021/05/12/ttt-11-5-21-you-know-its-a-young-adult-book-when/

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I actually struggled with this prompt at first and had to look deep into my goodreads shelves. I wanted cohesion for my list and Lynn Kurland delivered 😊

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