Each week, The Broke and Bookish host a Top Ten Tuesday based on a certain bookish topic. Other bloggers are able to participate and post their own top ten list based on the topic.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is a Top Ten Tuesday Freebie, so I decided to make a list of Top Ten Books That Made Me Cry The Hardest.
So here’s my list in no particular order:
1. Never Seduce A Scot by Maya Banks
Never Seduce A Scot made me sob. I felt so sorry for Eveline; after all she went through (attempted rape and people not believing her), she had to suffer even more, being forced to marry someone she didn’t love. To make matters even worse, she wasn’t accepted by anyone in her clan.
2. Almost Perfect by Susan Mallery
Ethan, the guy in Almost Perfect, was a 100% complete jerk. I’ve never read about any other guy that awful, I don’t see what Liz sees in him. He continues to hurt her, but she just takes it and loves him anyway. No, just no.
3. Dare You To by Katie McGarry
I felt so sorry for Beth and her entire situation. To make matters worse, Ryan was such a jerk in the beginning.
4. Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
Echo and Noah’s problems were so real that I couldn’t help but be hurt along with them.
5. A Fool’s Gold Christmas by Susan Mallery
Evie’s mother hates her since she was the result of a one-night stand after her mother’s husband died. Evie was ignored by everyone and had no love while she was growing up. For her to forgive her mother for everything she has done says a lot.
6. If I Lie by Corrine Jackson
Quinn’s situation teared me apart. To have an entire town against you and to have one of your best friends die is a situation that will definitely make you tear up.
7. After the Night by Linda Howard
This is a book where people judge you by your mother’s reputation – especially since your mother looks exactly like you. I admired Faith and her determination, if I was in her situation, I wouldn’t have turned out to be like her.
8. Stolen by Lucy Christopher
Stolen. That book left me heartbroken, when I’m not supposed to feel heartbroken. Stolen had me questioning my beliefs, my morals, everything.
9. Never Love A Highlander by Maya Banks
I can’t imagine living back then. Women can’t fight and have to be “lady-like.” This book features a woman’s struggles to be herself back then.
10. Summer Days by Susan Mallery
To learn that one of your most loved relatives swindled your home – and lost it. And to have someone trick you and steal your heart while they’re at it. This book was a complete cryfest.
And now, I want to know, what are your top ten book covers of books you’ve read?