Favorite Books with Single-Word Titles

Posted March 10, 2020 by Zeee in Top Ten Tuesday5 Comments

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Favorite Books With Single-Word Titles

Top Three Tuesday is my spin on Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl


For Top Ten Tuesday, I am using last weeks’ theme because I don’t really actively follow a lot of authors on social media. I passively follow some of them, but not really for fun content, if you know what I mean.

Since I wasn’t able to post last week, I am picking that theme today! I also had fun looking at my top favorite books with single-word titles and picking out the ones with one-word titles!


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Grip by Kennedy Ryan
Why I love this

If you haven’t read the Grip series by Kennedy Ryan, what are you even doing with your life? This amazing trilogy is one of my absolute fave books from last year AND I have to add it to my all-time favorite reads!

This book is a forbidden romance, coupled with the best friend’s sister and second-chance romance tropes. Gip and Bristol are amazing together and this book really addressed a lot of political issues that I never really thought about prior to reading this book.


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Follow by Tessa Bailey
Why I love this

Follow has Tessa Bailey’s stamp of steam and emotion rolled into one!

This is a forced proximity trope, coupled with a road trip trope. And did I mention a cute and adorable greyhound?


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Wanderlust by Lauren Blakely
Why I love this

Wanderlust was the book that gave me a huge emotional hangover and also made me ugly cry! It’s a story of growth, strength, and love to both the hero and heroine!

Plus, if you listen to the audiobook, the male voice is narrated by none other than Richard Armitage. Yes, THAT Richard Armitage!


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Favorite Books with Single-Word Titles Honorable Mention


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What are your favorite single-title books?
Have you read any of the books listed above?


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5 responses to “Favorite Books with Single-Word Titles

  1. I haven’t read any of your one word favorite titles, although I have read a few of your honorable mentions, One of my favorite books of all time, Fangirl, is a one word title, but I think that most of my other favorite titles are more wordy! I think it would be a fun (but difficult) challenge for me to see if I could find 10 one word titles that I’ve loved! I’m not sure I could do it!
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    • I really enjoyed Fangirl but it’s really too YA for me. But I did give it 5 stars! 🙂

      I highly recommend that you read Wanderlust by Lauren Blakely! It’s such an amazing and emotional book and romance!

  2. Sharlene Wegner

    Wanderlust! And yes, the audio with Richard Armitage! Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. Roomies by Christina Lauren. Easy and Breakable by Tammara Webber.