Books with water on the cover promise stories set near water which are enjoyable in summer as we might be reading near an ocean, lake, river, or pool.
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Top Ten Tuesday today is focused on book covers that feature water. What book have you enjoyed set near water?
I’m linking up today with That Artsy Reader Girl for Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Book Covers Featuring Water on the Cover. Perfect for an end-of-summer read around the pool or on the beach, right?
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This uplit women’s fiction series is set in Moonlight Harbor and all the covers feature water and scream summer to me. (can be stand alone but best read in order)
Set entirely on the beach, this is a survival story with a side of romance. The cover suggests water.
This is historical women’s fiction featuring the 1938 hurricane that hit Florida.
Water is a significant aspect of this work of literary fiction.
A group of four friends at Lakeside Boarding School call themselves “ladies of the lake.”
This story features Lake Tahoe in California.
This is a story of women supporting women as they work in the water and are the primary providers for their families. ***Content Warning: one violent scene***
Set in a small town on the Tasmanian Coast, this family drama is a slow-burn mystery.
This is a complicated family drama set on Cape Cod.
This is a slow-burn family drama and a year of living off the grid.
What stories have you read set near water?
Do you have a favorite read that features water on the cover?
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