Six Books to Read This Summer

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This week I am back with six books to read this summer! These are six of my most recent reads that I loved and I think you’d love them, too! Take a peek at the six books to read this summer!

Six Books to Read This Summer

Six Books to Read This Summer

 

The Boy From The Woods – I love Harlan Coben! I discovered him 12 years ago on my honeymoon. I read one of his books and ended up borrowing a ton more from the hotel library (this pre iPhone) and sat on the beach and read a ton of his books. At this point, I believe I’ve read almost all (maybe all?) of his books! His books are always suspenseful and hard to put down! This book is a total thriller and it’s about a man who is on the search for a missing teenage girl. There are So many twists and turns! It’s definitely a great summer read!

Evie Drake Starts Over – I loved this book! It’s about a gal who has lost her husband and the story of how she tries to start over. This is a really easy and happy read! It was a nice change from all of my mystery novels!

Ugly Love – A love story with TONS of twists and turns. I literally, as with most Colleen Hoover books, could not put it down!!

November 9 – Probably one of my favorite Colleen Hoover books to date! It starts off a bit slow, but once it takes off, you will find yourself enthralled in this story and unable to put it down!

All Your Perfects – This was a story of an imperfect marriage and al of the struggles that go along with it, but also some amazing heartwarming moments, too! Another great love story, that I could not put down!

An Unwanted Guest – Back story on this book…I started it at 8pm in the bath one night and COULD NOT put it down. I stayed up till like 2 am reading it. Yes, it was that good! Basically a whodunit story about a group of people that are snowed into a hotel one week. Reminded me of the game “Clue” and truly, I could not not stop reading it! I just had to know how it ended!

SWEATSHIRT (medium) // PANTS (medium) // BOOK

The Boy From The Woods // Evie Drake Starts Over // Ugly Love // November 9 // All Your Perfects // An Unwanted Guest

 

 

Have you read any of these books? Anything I should add to my summer reading list? I’ve read two new books so far this month and have about 10 more on my list to get through!

 

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6 Comments

  1. Amber wrote:

    The ‘After’ series by Anna Todd! I read all 5 books in one week! And they’re being made into movies. The first one is on Netflix.

    Posted 6.16.20
  2. Sarah wrote:

    I saw your story that mentioned you read and couldn’t put down An Unwanted Guest so I ordered that and have it to read next! Right now I’m reading Time’s Convert by Deborah Harkness. It’s part of her All Souls Series. I love stories about witches and vampires.

    Posted 6.16.20
  3. Mary Jane wrote:

    I have read Where the Crawdads Sing, Educated, Before We Were Yours, The Scent Keeper, and Call Your Daughter Home. I also read a good many Kristin Hannah books: True Colors, The Nightingale, Magic Hour, and The Great Alone. I enjoyed her books. The Giver of the Stars was really good, also. I just started Then She Was Gone. A friend of mine suggested One for the Blackbird One for the Crow. Glad we have had time to read during our quarantine!

    Posted 6.16.20
  4. Leslie S wrote:

    Tattooist of Auschwitz was an amazing book. The Things We Cannot Say. Big Summer started slow but ended up being a great summer read (rated R in one chapter though so buyer beware). Beach Read (again R rated though) I just started Evvie Drake yesterday.

    Posted 6.16.20
  5. Robin wrote:

    I LOVED All Your Perfects and just finished It Ends With Us which I liked but not as much. Thanks for your recs!!!

    Posted 6.16.20
  6. Joanne wrote:

    I haven’t read any of these books; but they sound good.

    Posted 6.16.20

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