Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s prompt is Places In Books I’d Love to Live, but because of my love of all things intercultural, I decided to do a slight twist on the topic by listing books set outside the United States. Most of these stories are historical romance, some are romantic suspense, and all are set across four different continents.
Canada and Cuba
Germany, Ireland, England, Cornwall, City of London
MEDITERRANEAN/MIDDLE EAST/NORTHERN AFRICA
Ancient Kingdom of Cush and Southern Italy
What country is your book taking you to?
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11 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Books Set Outside the United States”
Cornwall sounds neat.
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I thought the author described it beautifully.
I need to read more books set outside the U.S. and Europe. I seem to default to these locations, so I definitely need to branch out. Maybe I’ll try some of your book suggestions 🙂
Same here! I hope you’ll enjoy some of these. 😀
I’d love to visit Canada, and Cuba, and Ireland and India. I’ve been to Italy before but there’s definitely more places I’d like to see, especially Rome and Venice. I’d also like to go back to Germany, I’ve never been to Berlin and always wanted to go.
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2021/03/30/top-ten-tuesday-309/
I quite agree! There are so many places I want to visit.
India would be a neat place to visit.
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-places-in-books-id-love-to-live/
I’ve always thought it would be fun to live in the Mediterranean region or in India.
Yes! I’m partial to the Mediterranean region since that’s where my family is from.