Nothing beats packing your beach bag with the best summer reads and spending the day reading and having fun during the hot summer months. These are the best summer books to add to your beach bag, whether you're going to the beach, a local pool, or a tropical location.
The One Woman is a new romance book by Laura May. Every aspect of Julie's life and her partnership with Mark is routine. Until she meets Ann, that is. Ann is a charming and kind web developer. It is impossible to deny Julie's feelings towards Ann. There is a genuine spark between them since their past and present meet in Barcelona. When tragedy strikes, Julie will have to decide between Mark's loyalty and Ann's love. Can true love last a distance? Read through Laura May's book to find an answer.
It's exciting to read a new novel by Room author Emma Donoghue. Her most recent book, Haven, is set in 7th-century Ireland. There, a dynamic leader embarks on a new chapter of life as it is described by God with two other men. their new residence? a lonely island with only thousands of birds as inhabitants. Today, this island is known as Skellig Michael, but Donoghue's distinctive style brings the past to life.
For Maggie Dawes, 1996 was the year when everything changed. She was sent away at age 16 to live with an aunt she hardly knew in Ocracoke, a rural village on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Until she met Bryce Trickett, one of the few teens on the island, she could only think of the friends and family she left behind. Bryce, a charming, sincere student just admitted to West Point, showed her all the wonderful things about the wind-swept coastal town and introduced her to photography, which would become her lifelong obsession. Maggie becomes a well-known travel photographer in 2019. She is unintentionally grounded for the holiday season this year as she struggles to accept a bleak medical prognosis.
In this brand-new novel from beach read queen Elin Hilderbrand, newly single Lizbet Keaton takes on the role of general manager of the renovated Hotel Nantucket. Along the way, she has to compete with Xavier Darling, the hotel's new billionaire owner, and Instagram influencer Shelly Carpenter, who they are hoping will help turn the hotel back into a popular tourist destination.
With every new page, the stakes in this gripping thriller rise. Heather is a massage therapist, Tom's new wife and stepmother to his two teenage children. Tom is a physician who is much older than Heather. Tom arranges a quiet weekend for everyone when Heather and the kids travel with him to an event in Australia. Tom, Heather, and the kids seize the opportunity to visit a secluded island when these tough men offer them the chance. After a car collision, things quickly go out of hand and their decision haunts them. Unputdownable and action-packed, The Island is.
Hollywood is a place of dreams for some. Luli Wei, an aspiring actress, has more dreams about it. Siren Queen, which is set in pre-Code Hollywood, immerses readers in the intricate, surreal world of show industry as seen through the eyes of a memorable lead character. Luli quickly comes to the conclusion that the villains in the movies are not as ruthless as those she deals with every day. Luli discovers that the glamour of that world has a price: blood magic. The studios want to profit from her name and face. Can she navigate this treacherous environment with her talent and ambition? This one will have you rushing through it to find out.
What are your favorite summer reads?