Top Ten Tuesday: Places in Books I’d Love to Live


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme by The Artsy Reader. This week’s topic is Places in Books I’d Love to Live. Honestly, whenever my books are set in an exotic locale, I end up looking up flights to that place. Lately, I’ve read some really great books with amazing location descriptions and after the pandemic ends, I’ll definitely be visiting some of these places

  • Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins – Paris, France
  • Much Ado About You by Samantha Young – Rural England
  • Float Plan by Trish Doller – various ports in the Caribbean
  • Shipped by Angie Hockman – the Galapagos Islands
  • Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall – London, England
  • The Intimacy Experiment by Rosie Danan – Los Angeles, California
  • One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston – New York City, New York
  • What You Wish For by Katherine Center – Galveston, Texas
  • The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang – San Francisco, California
  • The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren, Hawaii
  • Roomies by Christina Lauren – New York City, New York (yes, it’s on this list twice, I really want to go back)

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  1. I really need to read Float Plan. The Caribbean is such a beautiful place. Paris made my list too.

  2. I can totally understand the NYC love, it is such an amazing city. But also – Galapagos Islands. Great choice, I’d love to visit this island where Darwin made so many discoveries! ~Lex

  3. I have visited a few of these places: New York City (I would love to go back, we only spent a couple of days there the first time), LA, San Francisco (would also love to go back) and Paris (again would like to go back). I go to London a lot (or at least I did before the pandemic), I’m actually from there though we moved to where we currently live when I was a kid, hoping to move back once the pandemic is over!
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  4. I would love to live in so many of these places, also! Although, I currently live in Los Angeles and it’s definitely not somewhere I want to stay, haha, but it does have it’s unique components! 🙂 I do prefer it over SF, though. The Galapagos and rural England both sound fantastic! I love Hawaii, as well. Great list!

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