Top Ten Books I Could Re-Read Forever

Posted February 26, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 28 Comments

I’m not one to re-read many books because I have SO many books to read that I find I have a hard time justifying re-reading. I have many books that I absolutely love, though, and would be happy to read again and again if I had the chance. I’m also thinking that these are probably the 10 books I would choose to take with me to a deserted island, or they are the 10 books I would choose to hide if we had a Fahrenheit 451 situation… the books I’d steal if I were The Book Thief. You get the idea! And of course there’s romantic elements in all them because I’m Jana.


1. The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
Swoony, hilarious office place romance.

2. On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
Exciting, enthralling, forbidden romance between two people stranded on a deserted island.

3. Just One Day by Gayle Forman
Whirlwind romance that happen in Paris, in one day.

4. Wish You Were Italian by Kristin Rae
Girl ditches art program to travel solo in Italy, continually running into swoony guy.

5. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
Rhysand. Enough said.

6. Say Yes to the Marquess by Tessa Dare
The perfect historical romance with tons of amazing banter and a really swoony scene involving cake.

7. The Summer I Became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller
Popular girl embraces her inner nerd one summer, falls for the comic book boy, and never turns back.

8. Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco
Sexy, swoony, dangerous, dark, and truly captivating.

9. Love, Lucy by April Lindner
Girl backpacking through Florence, Italy falls in love with the street musician as well as the country.

10. Starry Night by Debbie Macomber
Christmas love story that takes place under the Northern Lights in the Alaskan bush with a reclusive, husky, cold teddy bear of a man and his really huge, really lovable dog.


Which books could you reread forever?

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28 responses to “Top Ten Books I Could Re-Read Forever

  1. YESSS to a Court of Myst and Fury – that’s the whole reason why I keep rereading that series. I can’t wait for the novella in May (Is it okay to start a countdown for these types of things?) I totally need to re-read The Hating Game as well. I devoured that book and think I’d enjoy it much more the second time around (something about finishing things at 4am makes me forget the details)

  2. Eve

    ACOMAF made my list too!!!! I have some of these on my tbr list and now that I see they are on your re-read list I know they need to be moved up!

  3. I felt the exact same way when I was writing my post! Although I do reread books on occasion, it’s really hard to ignore all of the other (hundreds!) of books on my “To Read” list in favor of something I’ve already read. #bookwormproblems

  4. It makes me so excited to see Hunting Prince Dracula on your list! I read and loved The first book so this gives me high hopes for the second!

    Everyone seems to be talking about The Hating Game lately! I need to read it asap!

  5. So bummed that I’m not posting today (sick and not feeling up to it) because I love this week’s topic! I so agree with On the Island. That was the book that introduced me Tracey years ago and it remains my favorite. I fell in love with Anna and T.J. and their story and kept thinking about them long after the book was over.
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  6. I’m taking my sweet time reading A Court of Mist and Fury and I’m enjoying it so much. Now I see why everyone is so ugh with Rhysand!

    I really want to read the Stalking Jack the Ripper series but I heard it’s kinda of scary so I skipped it though the more I see it around the more I’m curious (plus those covers are so intriguing)!

  7. I hope you don’t mind that I did a past topic this week instead…I figured I wasn’t really “breaking a rule” if I went with another one instead.