Book Club: Summer Edition

We are about a month into summer so why not change up your routine with a great book! Getting started can be hard {especially if you're not a current reader}, but trust us...the book can make all the difference. Here are a few that will keep you hooked and not want to put down!

Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

Olive is forced to go on her sister's honeymoon {with the best man who she hates} when her sister and husband get food poisoning the night of the wedding. Torn between not wanting to go and not wanting to give him a free vacation to himself, she decides to go and pretend to be newlyweds for a week...or not pretend.


People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry

Every year Alex and Poppy go on vacation together until something happened that made the stop. Missing their friendship, Poppy convinces Alex to go on vacation, although complete opposites the two were great friends. Read along as they try to give it one more shot and everything that happens along the way.


The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

If you could willingly choose to live forever or grow old, which would you choose? Allie LaRue chooses to live forever and as a result everyone she meets forgets about her ~ every single person. Follow her life journey of never growing older but also not being able to truly connect with anyone she meets.


The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Nora gets the opportunity to read her entire life story, not what is going to happen but what could have. As she reads through alternatives, she sees how each decision has effected her and what could have been if she made different choices in love, life and work. This is a great read and makes you think about the value in the choices you make.


Beach Read by Emily Henry

Augustus and January, complete opposites, are living next to each other for summer at the beach. Both authors, the two struggle to get creative and make a deal to step out of the box and reach a book for the other's genre ~ Augustus writes a rom-com and January writes a serious literary work. Through this journey the two find it more about writing and each other.


Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed

A collection of letters from an advice column called Dear Sugar. The pieces are so beautifully written and it is perfect because when you have a little time to kill you can just read one of the letters. The letters cover various topics and you might not personally relate to some of the situations but Sugars advice can be applied in so many different ways


In Five Years by Rebecca Serle

Dannie has her whole life planned but when she wakes up five years ahead she doesn't recognize anything ~ the apartment, the man in her life, etc. It only lasts one hour so when she wakes up back in her current bed with her current boyfriend she doesn't understand how her life changed so drastically. She now has five years to work against the future and try to stick with her plan, knowing at some point it will off course.


One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Emma Blair is married to her high school sweetheart and the love of her life, Jesse. One day he goes missing on a helicopter flying over the ocean and gone forever, Emma is struggles as she tries to find that one love...again. Fast forward a few years, Emma is now engaged to a friend from her past only to find out her husband is alive and looking to reconnect.

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