Top Ten Tuesday: Small Town Romance Settings

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is: Favorite Book Settings. I’ve deciding to break that down even further. One of my favorite book settings is small town romances, so that is what you’re getting today.

 Small Town Romance Settings
Totally Folked by Penny Reid
The Highland Fling by Meghan Quinn
Well Matched by Jen DeLuca
Protecting You by Claire Kingsley
Love Next Door by Helena Hunting
Second Chance Charmer by Brighton Walsh
Exes with Benefits by Nicole Williams
Shameless by Lex Martin
The Bribe by Willa Nash
Baking Me Crazy by Karla Sorensen

26 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Small Town Romance Settings”

  1. It’s funny because I used to prefer big city settings and over the past few years I’ve done a total 180 and would much rather read about a small town setting. DeLuca’s series is a good example of that. And Meghan Quinn’s Getting Lucky series, too.

    1. Haha! I get that. I live in a suburb between Seattle and Tacoma. I have never lived in a small town. For some reason, I like the idea of it now. There’s something about those romances because of the connection between the people.

  2. I enjoy the feel of some small town romances too! They’re what got me to really apppreciate secondary characters, especially ones I wanted stories for 🙂 Thanks for the book recs!

    1. Yes, for some reason they have some of the best secondary characters. I always want books for them, too!

  3. Small towns are my jam! You know I loved the town in Fling, and I came to appreciate the small town in the Well Met books even more after the last book. I wast to read the Hunting book. I think it would work well for me.

  4. Small towns are often a lot more exciting than large ones. Good choice.

    My TTT took me around the world to thirteen countries.

    1. The ones on here I would recommend to you would probably be Love Next Door, Well Matched, and Baking Me Crazy. Those would probably fit your romance likes best.

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