Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Make Me Hungry

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Well, so much for this posting on time!

This post is going to be so much fun… I had a hard time choosing what books to do but I narrowed it down to just ten!

Red Rover, Red Rover by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick makes me hungry for… COFFEE! Yes, it totally counts!

31 Kisses by Chautona Havig makes me hungry for … CHOCOLATE. Of course!

Coffee Shop Devos by Tessa Emily Hall make me hungry for … COFFEE and GOD’S WORD.

On A Coastal Breeze by Suzanne Woods Fisher makes me hungry for … Well, anything that Blaine makes in the books sounds wonderful, and I am very excited for her book.

How Sweet It Is by Robin Lee Hatcher makes me hungry for … BAKED GOODS.

No Chance Meeting by Jaye Elliot makes me hungry for … COFFEE, AGAIN! Yes, this sweet books makes me hungry for a good latte!

Secrets of Sunbeam by Valerie Comer makes me hungry for … Fresh veggies!

More Than Words Can Say by Karen Witemeyer makes me hungry for … CINNAMON ROLLS!!! And other baked goods, which I can no longer have due to a gluten allergy. 😦

Hadley Beckett’s Next Dish by Bethany Turner make me hungry for … EVERY MEAL that is made in it, even the ones I don’t like. 😉

What books make you hungry?!

6 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Make Me Hungry”

  1. Yes, coffee definitely counts as food! 😀

    My post .


  2. Hungry for coffee *definitely* counts, because coffee is the best. I love the cover of Next Dish with its foodie cuteness, too!

    Here’s my TTT post.


    1. Right! And, yes, that cover is adorable!


  3. Any book with a bakery is guaranteed to make me hungry! Great list!


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