Inspired by @ListPrompts
  1. Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)- Mindy Kaling
    I laugh all the way through this book. @mindy just gets me and she is my queen.
  2. The Wedding- Nicholas Sparks
    Possibly the least dramatic Nicholas Sparks book, but also the sweetest.
  3. Pride and Prejudice- Jane Austen
    Mr. Darcy. Enough said.
  4. The Babysitter's Club- Ann M. Martin
    Technically a (200 book-long) series, but I grew up on these books and read every single one I could get my hands on.
  5. Harry Potter- JK Rowling
    Again another series, but they are all amazing and I get swept up in the magic (get it? 😉) every time.
  6. The Time Traveler's Wife- Audrey Niffenegger
    Romantic and tragic
  7. Bossypants- Tina Fey
    Tina, I bow down to you.
  8. Sunday's at Tiffany's- James Patterson
    Jane's childhood imaginary friend appears to her as an adult and they fall in love. Cheesy and romantic and perfect.
  9. Little House on the Prairie- Laura Ingalls Wilder
    Another piece of my childhood which I will always love. Re-reading it as an adult I realized just how BA the Ingalls family actually is.
  10. Kisses from Katie- Katie Davis
    Katie moves to Uganda at age 18 and ends up adopting over a dozen daughters. Her faith and journey are beautiful and inspiring.