Top Ten Tuesday: I've Got Your Number

 

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.


This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic:
Book with Numbers in the Titles

Baby Don't Forget My Number by Milli Vanilli
Any excuse to add some 80's cheese. :)

This week's prompt is pretty straightforward so I'm just going to jump right into it. 
Here are ten books I've read with numbers in the titles.




Have you read any of these books?

39 comments

  1. I recognize Daisy Jones and the six on your list and November 9 is still on my TBR pile.

    Happy TTT! Here's my 10 Agatha Christie books with numbers in the title

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  2. Great list! Loved Daisy Jones and Lydia Bird, and November 9 is on my TBR!

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    1. November 9 gets trashed these days but it's still one of my favorites from CoHo.

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  3. Ha nice! Yay for Top Ten- I picked that one too, the only Cotugno I've read. Tell Me Three Things has a great cover and I want waffles.

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    1. I loved how they used waffles on the cover since it tied into the story. :)

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  4. I love how the covers all match in yours! :)

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  5. 'Top Ten' and 'November 9' both made my list, too! Love the post!

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  6. OMG! I used to love Milli Vanilli... until, well, you know! Okay. I would still listen to them. Haha! That song brings back memories. Love your choices. Five Ways to Fall is my favorite book in that series.

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    1. LOL The scandal didn't even make me bat an eye... those were still good songs, no matter who was (or wasn't) singing them them. :)

      Ha! Five Ways to Fall was probably my least fave in the series (although I still enjoyed it). I still have such a soft spot for Ten Tiny Breaths.

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  7. It's surprising how many books do have numbers in the title, I also still need to read One last Stop and Daisy Jones so thank you for the reminder.

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    1. One Last Stop was fun, and Daisy Jones was just amazing!

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  8. One Last Stop sounds like such a good read. Happy reading! https://readwithstefani.com/books-with-number-10-in-the-title/

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  9. I read Ten Tiny Breaths forever ago, but then never finished the series. I need to get back to it. I see we chose a couple of the same books!

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  10. Nice list! One Last Stop is on my to-read list. Did you enjoy it?

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    1. It was a solid 4 star read for me - and had a great cast of side characters.

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  11. Great list!

    When you get the opportunity, I hope you'll stop by my post: https://readbakecreate.com/books-counting-down-from-ten/

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  12. Great list of books. I see several favorites up there: Daisy Jones, Lydia Bird, and One Last Stop. :)

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  13. Great list! I love the covers of Olivia Dade's romances. I still need to read more by her but her romances are always so soft and heartwarming! ❤️

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  14. Loved Tell Me Three Things and Five Ways to Fall! Great list, Tanya!

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    1. I loved that whole series from Tucker. Every book was so good!

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  15. I love that we shared two books on our lists! I've only read Daisy Jones and November 9, and sadly, I didn't love either of them. TJR and Colleen Hoover both tend to be hit or miss authors for me. But I'll keep reading their books. :)

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    1. TJR and CoHo are among my top faves. They are the ones that never seem to disappoint.

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  16. I haven't read any of these books. They look pretty damn good too.

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  17. The only one I've read that I can remember is One Last Stop. While it wasn't my favorite read, I still fell in love with the characters. I just felt like the time travel aspect was a bit too much haha.

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    1. Same here, Ethan. The story itself didn't wow me but the side characters were wonderful.

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  18. I haven't read any of these books, but I am impressed that you nearly managed to name titles with numbers 1-10! 😁

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  19. Wow you did amazing! I just wasn't inspired by this week's topic ;-)

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    1. It was a pretty cut and dried topic, wasn't it. Nothing that really made me think too hard. :)

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  20. I've not yet got to read 40- Love but I want to!

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    1. Olivia Dade's books fall into the good-not-great category for me, but they're still really enjoyable.

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