Top Ten Tuesday (62)Top 10 Books From My Childhood (Or teen years) That I Would Love To Revisit

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Top Ten Books From My Teen Years To Revisit

 

1. The Last Mermaid

The Last Mermaid

2. All American Girl

All American Girl

3. Gone With The Wind

Gone With The Wind

4. Catherine and the Pirate

Catherine and the Pirate

5. Gwyneth and the Thief

Gwyneth and the Thief

6. Emily and the Scot

Emily and the Scot

7. Victoria and the Rogue

Victoria and the Rogue

8. Anna and the Duke

Anna and the Duke

9. Miranda and the Warrior

Miranda and the Warrior

10. Belle and the Beau

Belle and the Beau

6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (62)Top 10 Books From My Childhood (Or teen years) That I Would Love To Revisit

  1. I love All-American Girl. I read that a few years ago and a full-fledged adult, but it is sooo cute.

    I’ve never read any of the historical romances from Meg Cabot, but they are on my list.

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  2. I remember those Avon True books! I think I only ever read Nicola and the Viscount by Meg Cabot. I’ll have to write the ones you mentioned down and check them out. And yeah for All-American Girl! Such an amazing book with a hilarious heroine.

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