🔟 Top Ten Tuesday | Flowery Book Covers For Spring 🌸

Top Ten TuesdayHello friends and fellow bookworms. Today, I am taking part in this week’s TTT topic, which is: ‘Books with [___] On the Cover (Pick a thing and share covers that have that thing on’. As spring has well and truly arrived here in the mid-lands of little old England, I thought lets pay homage to the season with a variety of pretty book covers with flowers on them:

Book titles from left to right: Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, The Rose Garden by Susanna Kearsley (review), A Body in the Backyard by Elizabeth Spann Craig (TBR), Agatha Raisin and the Potted Garden by M.C. Beaton (review), Season of Storms by Susanna Kearsley, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Believing in Faeries by Marcia Zina Mager, Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death by M.C. Beaton (review), The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart (TBR), and Dreaming Spires by Laurie R. King (TBR).

(I have linked this post into the weekly meme, Top Ten Tuesday)

If you have read any of these or you can think of any other flowery covers please let me know in the comments. Also leave a link for your own TTT post if you have joined in, too.

16 thoughts on “🔟 Top Ten Tuesday | Flowery Book Covers For Spring 🌸

  1. Oh, these are lovely! Both the Susanna Kearsley titles are on my TBR shelf; I love her work, but since she writes slowly (though beautifully!), and only brings out a book every two years or so, I have been saving her back list and doling it out to myself slowly, so I always have at least one to look forward to. And that’s a very pretty P&P, too.

    1. Lark, I really hope you will enjoy reading A Season of Storms and The Rose Garden, the latter of which is probably my all-time favourite novel by Susanna Kearsley. She does write slowly but it is definitely worth the wait! 😊

  2. I love this theme! I’m sure I have some floral covers on my shelf, but can’t name any offhand.

    I’ve read several of Elizabeth Spann Craig’s mysteries.

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