Alright, another Top Ten Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It’s a lot of fun for those of us who love books and lists.
This weeks prompt is:
Bookish Worlds I’d Want to/Never Want to Visit
I thought about this. If I think back far enough, I’m sure I can come up with a list of books I read as a child, The Secret Garden, Chronicles of Narnia, Alice in Wonderland… but why?
So I thought about the books I read now. Every book I read seems to take place in the same alternate universe where morning breath doesn’t exist, and hair never gets tangled. Plus, billionaires and celebrities like average women, there’s still hope. That’s a world I want to spend time in!
But now I have a list of one and I’m stumped. I’m not going to post a list of one. Is that even considered a list?
So, my prompt for this week will be:
Bookish Bedrooms (Kitchens or Closets…) I’d Want to Visit
Pull out your fans because this list is going to get hot, hot, hot! And please, try not to drool.
Any Room in Hotel O by Clarissa Wild – Hotel O is a well-appointed hotel with everything you need to have hot, adventurous, no strings attached fun any day of the week.
Kate’s Bedroom in Strangers by Barbara Elsborg – This book started off in such a sad way, I wasn’t even sure about putting it on the list But the author turned things around and it heated up in no time. I’m a sucker for canopy beds. The curtain provides another layer of privacy for your most outrageous exploits.
Christian Grey’s Office in Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James – While I may have a little crush on Jamie Dornan, and I wouldn’t say no to a few hours in the playroom. I’m just here for the view, isn’t it lovely?
The White Room in The White Room by C. M. Albert – Two hours, no names, no commitments… sounds pretty perfect. Plus you get to act out your own secret fantasies.
The Broom Closet in Silken Kisses by Laci Paige – Can’t say I really thought of the closet as a romantic or particularly desirable place before reading this.
The Kitchen in Baking Lessons by Katie Allen – Creative and unhealthy use of icing aside the scene was hot. Plus this kitchen didn’t seem to have upper cabinets which means noone has to worry about how they’re going to explain a concussion…
The Shower in After Hours by Emjay Haze – There’s very few places where you can get clean and dirty at the same time. They have a lot of shower fun in this book. Oddly enough no one ever slips, must be a magical fantasy shower.
The Truck box in Resisting the Rancher by Kadie Scott – There’s a nifty tip about an air mattress… I wish I figured that out years ago when not getting caught by the parents was the most important thing.
Dean’s Bedroom in The Score by Elle Kennedy – There’s something so awesome when people are comfortable with eachother and sex in general. It was great how the characters were able to ask for what they wanted and express what they needed.