What word would you use to describe your last 5-star read?
For today’s Top Ten Tuesday, I’ll be giving one-word reviews for the last 10 books I read. To shake things up, these reviews will be for books I gave five stars to.
While writing this post, I thought it was interesting to see which books I’d given a five-star rating to. Some were easier to review in one word than others, so I had fun rereading the original review I’d written to help find the right word that would best describe my thoughts on each book.
Here are my One-Word Reviews for the Last Ten Books I Read:
CUTE – Falling Short by Ernesto Cisneros
EMPATHETIC – Dear Librarian by Lydia M. Sigwarth, Illustrated by Romina Galotta
THRILLING – That Cowboy of Mine by Donna Grant
PASSIONATE – Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews
EDUCATIONAL – Wednesday Wilson Fixes All Your Problems by Bree Galbraith, Illustrated by Morgan Goble
COMPASSIONATE – Line Mates & Study Dates by Eden Finley & Saxon James
MAGNIFICENT – What If, Pig? by Linzie Hunter
EARNEST – Bet on It by Jodie Slaughter
MEMORABLE – Turning by Joy L. Smith
STEAMY – The Brazen Bluestocking by Tracy Sumner