Top Ten Places In Books I’d Love to Live

Posted March 29, 2021 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 17 Comments

Welcome to another TTT! This week’s topic is Places In Books I’d Love to Live! I’m feeling very stir crazy right now, so this topic is perfect for me. There are so many places in books that I’d love to escape to, even if only for a little while. Living in these places would be an absolute dream! I’d give anything to get away right now!

Moose Springs, AK (from the Moose Springs, Alaska series by Sarah Morgenthaler)
I love this sleepy, quirky town in Alaska! They have moose (duh) and other wildlife, beautiful scenery, and such wonderful locals!

Frozen Falls Resort in Lapland, Norway (from Christmas at Frozen Falls by Kiley Dunbar)
This resort sounds amazing. It’s a series of luxurious cabins with lots of windows and skylights to view the Northern Lights. There’s a spa and husky puppies and a reindeer farm… some sexy men… It’s a magical place, with fresh clean air and beautiful scenery. I’d love to pack up and move right now.

Cruise ship (from The Gem Thief by Sian Ann Bessey)
This fancy cruise ship travels the Mediterranean! I’d love to live in the lap of luxury while my floating home took me to Italy and Greece and anywhere else I chose. Cruising is the best way to see the world.

Tuscany (from Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch)
I’ve been to a couple cities in Tuscan Italy, and it’s a beautiful area. And there’s so many places I want to see and revisit. A little villa in the country would be a great place to call home.

The Night Court (from A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas)
Rhysand. Need I say more? Also, it sounds beautiful.

Snow Crystal Resort (from the O’Neil Brothers trilogy by Sarah Morgan)
Another resort with cozy cabins that’s beautiful in the snow! Does it come with an O’Neil brother I can fall in love with?

Florence, Italy (from Love, Lucy by April Lindner)
I know I already said Tuscany up above, but I’d also love to live in the heart of Florence: one of my favorite Italian cities!

Cinque Terre, Italy (from Wish You Were Italian by Kristin Rae)
I just love Italy, ok? And I’ve never visited Cinque Terre, but the pictures are gorgeous and I would LOVE to live there and explore for a few years.

The undersea world of Marin (from Captivate by Vanessa Garden)
It is gorgeous and colorful and sparkling and so unique! The city has rivers and gondolas and a modern colosseum where people go to watch criminals get thrown to the sharks in a big aquarium-like tank. When the look up to the sky they see the ocean instead. Their world is lit and warmed by light crystals that sparkle, and oxygen is brought down to them through air shafts. There’s a garden and a park with real grass. I could go on and on. I’m in love with this place.

Spindle Cove (from the Spindle Cove series by Tessa Dare)
I believe I’m a lady with a delicate constitution who needs some sea air and a romance with a visiting male suitor…

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17 responses to “Top Ten Places In Books I’d Love to Live

  1. I chose the Night Court too!! I still need to go back and re-read Vanessa Garden’s series! I only ever read the first book, I think I had the second but didn’t get around to it right away, especially when I found it increasingly hard to find information regarding the rest of the series. Luckily they’re all on my TBR pile now awaiting my call! Just need to get through review books so I can start binge reading my series!

    Great picks!

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    • Jana

      I have! It’s my favorite way to travel, and I’ve been on around 20-25 cruises. I love them! And yes, I’ve met people who live on cruise ships. Apparently it can be cheaper than some senior citizen communities, so many people prefer to live on a ship! All food is cooked and taken care of for you 24/7, your room is cleaned twice a day, there’s medical care on board, the scenery is beautiful, you get to travel, and you get to make lots of new friends. I don’t know if I’d love it forever, but it might be fun to do for a few months!