Top Ten Tuesday: Diverse Books that Give Off Summer Vibes

Happy Tuesday, friends! Welcome to June! It’s time for Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

Today’s topic is Books that Give Off Summer Vibes! So, I give you, in no particular order, my list of Ten Diverse Books that Give Off Summer vibes! Enjoy! 

(Click on cover photo to go to the book’s Amazon page)

A Proxy Wedding by Toni Shiloh

Novelly Upon a Time (Book Nerds and Boyfriends Collection #3) by Sarah Monzon

Love Me (Chapel Cove Romances #2) by Alexa Verde

If Only in My Dreams (Seven Brides, Seven Brothers, #5) by Belle Calhoune

A Song for the Stars by Ilima Todd *Clean read


The Bashful Bride (Advertisements for Love #2) by Vanessa Riley


Love in Pictures by Alexis A. Goring


Her Hidden Hope (Colorado Grooms #4) by Jill Lynn


Predestined Love By Marshalee Patterson


Know You More by Jan Thompson

Post by contributor Caitlyn Santi

Did any of the books on this list catch your interest? Do you have a favorite diverse book that gives off summer vibes?

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10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Diverse Books that Give Off Summer Vibes

  1. I love that you marked which of these are clean reads. Thank you for that!

    One book with a diverse cast that I love and always want to read in the summer is Speak Easy, Speak Love by McKelle George. It’s a retelling of Much Ado About Nothing set during the roaring twenties.

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    1. You’re welcome! And just so you know these are all clean reads, but a couple of them are not Christian fiction so that is why I made the distinction of them being clean reads as they don’t have a faith story, but rest assured these are all clean reads! 😊
      That sounds like a great book! Thanks so much for stopping by! 😊

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