Wake Up and Smell the Books: Ten Floral Covers

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about nature, which is something I haven’t experienced a ton of lately—thank you so much rain, wind, and generally dreary weather! Things are getting so bad I’ve resorted to making flowers with cross stitch. Yeah. It’s been a long year. Anyway, in honor of my new hobby, here are ten books that feature flowery covers.

Agatha Raisin and the Potted Gardener
by M.C. Beaton

Goodreads


The Belles
by Dhonielle Clayton

Goodreads


Bloom and Doom
by Beverly Allen

Goodreads


A Constellation of Roses
by Miranda Asebedo

My Review | Goodreads


Felix Ever After
by Kacen Callender

Goodreads


Peony in Love
by Lisa See

Goodreads


Petals on the Wind
by V.C. Andrews

Goodreads


Roots of Murder
by Janis Harrison

Goodreads


This Time Will Be Different
by Misa Sugiura

Goodreads


Wicked Like a Wildfire
by Lana Popović

Goodreads


Note: Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. Be sure to check out her weekly post to find other participants.

34 Comments

  1. Ahh, I need to get back into cross-stitching! My grandmother taught me as a kid, but I haven’t worked on anything for about three years now. I hope you’re enjoying it! Such pretty covers here. The one for Wicked Like a Wildfire is so pretty, and the book itself sounds so good, so I definitely need to check it out. Bloom and Doom sounds interesting as well.

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  2. What lovely, investive titles! Roots of Murder, Bloom and Doom, and Potted Gardener. Really, those cozy mysteries have it best! Do you read a lot of those? I have seen you suggest such awesome book titles throughout TTT.

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  3. Felix Ever After is one of my favourite covers—the colours, the illustration, everything is just so gorgeous! 😍 But I absolutely love the Constellation of Roses and Wicked Like A Wildfire covers too. Great list!

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