Top Ten Tuesday: Books you’d mash together

Happy Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s theme is Books You’d Mash Together and it was submitted by Rissi @ Finding Wonderland. For the first time in a long time, I had absolutely no idea where I was going with this post and I ended up only coming up with five combinations! But anyway, here are five combinations (which I suppose is technically ten things total) that I would love to see.

Beauty Queens + The Diviners

Imagine the characters from Beauty Queens transplanted into 1920s New York City and solving paranormal crimes with Evie. It would be amazing.

Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart + Anything You Can Do

Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart is about old friends reconnecting on a road trip to a music festival and Anything You Can Do is about childhood rivals who realize they’ve always been in love, so somebody please combine these storylines into one book. This would be everything I’ve ever wanted.

Nevernight + This Savage Song

Can you even imagine Mia and all the other assassins dropped into this world in which sins literally come to life as monsters? Which side would they even be on?

My Lady Jane + The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Look, I know these are vastly different time periods, but I love all the characters in both books and I just want them to hang out and get into shenanigans together.

The Secrets of the Starbucks Lovers + literally anything else

Because I want to read about Taylor Swift and Lorde in all the situations, okay?


Did you participate in Top Ten Tuesday today? Feel free to drop your link in the comments and I’ll check it out! If you didn’t participate, what are some books that you think would mash together to be one great story?

 

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