Top Ten Tuesday: Places to Find Love

Love can flourish anytime, anywhere. But everyone knows, especially readers, that the right setting can go a long way toward welding two hearts together. For today’s Top Ten Tuesday, I asked friends and fellow readers to help me compile a list of romantic settings.



1) Five Days in Skye by Carla Laureano — With a the rugged, blue-eyed Scotsman (who can cook no less!) vying for her heart against the backdrop of the Scottish landscape, Andrea never really stood a chance. Love was inevitable.pei



2) The Red Door Inn and Where Two Hearts Meet by Liz Johnson — A quaint little inn, beautiful sandy beaches, the home of Anne of Green Gables, how can one not fall in love on Prince Edward Island? chapel-springsdancingwithfireflies


3) Dancing with Fireflies by Denise Hunter — In the Chapel Springs series, I probably fell as much in love with the small, fictional river town as I did its characters. Though Daniel Dawson takes the cake, three years later and I still get butterflies — err … fireflies? — in my stomach.




4) The Memory of You by Catherine West — Something can be said for moonlit strolls in a vineyard. Not only do they cleanse the soul, they also spark the embers of love. lighthouseUndaunted-Hope


5) Undaunted Hope by Jody Hedlund — Hedlund’s Beacon of Hope series show that lighthouses not only guide ships home, they are also a great place to fall in


6) The Story Keeper by Lisa Wingate — Drawn back to the place she thought she’d left for good, Jennia-Beth was bound to find herself and love in the breathtaking beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

A Twist of Faith by Pepper Basham — My fair lady has never sounded better than when retold with an Appalachian twist. No wonder, Adelina fell in love with the rugged mountains and the cattle farmer who taught her how to appreciate them. (Psst, It’s free for the Kindle right now, so don’t miss out!)chocolate-shopsweetmisfortune


7) Sweet Misfortune by Kevin Alan Milne — There’s something about chocolate that seems to bring out the romantic in everyone. So what better place to find love than in a chocolate shop?alaska

alaskan-courage8) The Alaskan Courage series by Dani Pettrey — Alaska? Who would have thought? Yet, Pettrey’s characters prove that romance can be found even in the coldest places. (Submerged, #1 in the series, is currently free for the Kindle!)



9) Bon Appetit by Sandra Byrd — They don’t call Paris the city of love for nothing, and Lexi finds out why when she travels to France to fulfill her life dream of becoming a pastry chef.glenbrooke



10) Secrets by Robin Jones Gunn — Sometimes a small town is the best place to find healing … and love.



What romantic places would you add to this list?



24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Places to Find Love

  1. Prince Edward Island is on my I-Dream-of-Visiting list of places I’d like to see. Probably I can 100% blame “Anne of Green Gables” for this, but Liz’s books are doing their job and making me all the more interested! 🙂

  2. You over whelm me with all these good books, I want to read them all. I will have to save your e-mail for reference. Thank you and Happy Valentine’s Day!

    • That’s what I’m here for! 😉 But don’t worry, I’m equally overwhelmed. I can’t keep up with all the great books authors send our way. What a great problem to have though, right? 🙂

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