No summer would be complete without several good reads under my belt.
I had hoped to get this to you much sooner, but better late than never!
I have compiled a list of 15 Summer Reading Books. This will be list #2.
Last summer, I did the same. You can read Summer Reading List #1 HERE.
It’s a long list. These are perfect for now or throughout the year!
We are getting ready for another week at the beach. One last hoorah before my daughter starts 11th grade and my son starts his freshman year of college. I plan to unplug as much as possible, enjoy that last week before school starts and READ!
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I’ve read I think everything by Elin so I can’t miss this one.
I really enjoy Jane’s books as well. Similar to Hilderbrand.
Luckiest Girl Alive is for those readers that loved Gone Girl.
Help for the Haunted if you are up for a mystery.
My niece recently read Take the Stairs. She sang high praises for this motivational book on achieving success.
This is supposed to be a great psychological thriller, The Girl on the Train.
I’ve been reading a lot of good things about this book. With my hectic life, I could sure use some guidance.
Ever since visiting Nantucket, I’m drawn to novels that center around the area.
I adore anything by Mary Kay Andrews. I’ve been reading her for years. Always a lighthearted, quick read.
I enjoy Benton Frank as well. This is an older novel, but I just finished it. I really enjoyed it.
I almost didn’t share this one. I am almost finished reading it. (hallelujah) I loved Gone Girl and this was supposedly somewhat similar. It’s a bit different in that this story is told from the eyes of a stalker. It’s not well written in my opinion. It is interesting coming from his perspective, but a bit eye-opening as to how he gets his info. Creepy. I won’t spoil it for you. Not really a recommendation, but thought I’d share since it is everywhere. Warning: there is sex, crude and foul language
I really like The Husband’s Secret. I can’t wait to read this one!
Someone told me about this one. It doesn’t have many reviews, but in the mystery genre.
This story takes place on a Virginia Plantation in the decades leading up to the Civil War.
My daughter is getting ready to read this one. I thought I’d give it a go since it’s a new movie.
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