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Books To Read This Summer

Books · May 30, 2019

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Remember as a kid when you’d get summer reading and you’d let out a groan thinking “who wants to read over the summer? I don’t!” It’s funny how that changes as an adult. I love being able to read by the pool, or sit outside and read while Liam plays. Summer reading as an adult is way more fun. So I want to share some books to read this summer if you are looking for any! Some are new and some are just favorites!

Books To Read This Summer

I read Evvie Drake Starts Over last month and LOVED it! It doesn’t come out till the end of June but it’s for sure one I would pre order! A woman struggling with the death of her husband gets a new roommate and well it’s good.

I love love love Christina Lauren books so of course I preordered The Unhoneymooners and it was JUST as good as I’d hoped it would be. If you are a fan of any of her books you will love this! Imagine if you went on a honeymoon that wasn’t yours?

Imagine if the United States had it’s own Royal Family. Yes it’s just as amazing and fun as it sounds. That’s why American Royals is the perfect summer read! It comes out in September just in time for Labor Day weekend so pre order this one!

What would summer be without an Elin Hildebrand book? Summer of 69 comes out in June and I can’t wait!

I loved Nancy Thayers new book, Surfside Sisters. It comes out in July and it’s such a great beach read!

Not a new book but it’s my favorite Taylor Jenkins Reid book. After I do is the story of a couple who has been together since college and turning 30. It’s about how a marriage can become complacent and what happens when you take a break from it.

I loved The Hating Game when I read it a few years ago and I am feeling like it needs a reread! Such a funny workplace rom com!

Matchmaking For Beginners was a book I read in the winter but I feel like the romance of it all makes it such a fun summer read! One you will not put down.

My Oxford Year was one of my favorites of 2018. About a girl who goes to spend a year in Oxford but falls in love and is faced with some big life questions.

I would love some more books to read this summer so leave me yours below!ย 

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  • 17 thoughts on “Books To Read This Summer

    1. Tiffany @Mommy And Me Travels

      I have to admit that I am not a person who sits down and reads a book regularly. I do however love to listen to audio books as we are traveling. I will keep your recommendations and mind for the next time I’m at the library looking for my next audio book.

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    2. Chad

      This is an amazing list! I was thinking of picking up a book from the library tomorrow, your list is awesome but I like to business books.

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    3. Joline

      These are interesting choices. I’m more into sci-fi fantasy and I just finished reading this time travel book (3/5 – so meh). Into the middle of this space/mystery one now and it’s looking good!

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    4. Stephanie

      These books are all new to me! My oldest is just finishing kindergarten with his last day of school being tomorrow and he loves to read! Next week we are going to go get him his own library card so he can check books out to continue reading over the summer.

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    5. Purva

      I’m curious about The Unhoneymooners. Haven’t read her books before so it’d be great if you could post a review of the book ๐Ÿ™‚

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    6. Megan

      What a great list! Iโ€™m always looking for new books to read in my free time. Thanks for sharing.

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    7. Flossie McCowald

      Haha, my summer reading (outside work) will focus on my daughter’s newly-diagnosed learning disability. I don’t get to do pleasure reading in the summer lots – I usually save that only for vacation weeks (once I start a fun book, I can’t stop!), and for that, I have a huge stack/backlog waiting for me lol…

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    8. Annemarie LeBlanc

      I am interested in those books, After I Do and The Hating Game. Looks like good reads for me. Adding them to my reading list for July. Thank you for your book suggestions.

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    9. Elizabeth O

      I’ve always been a reader and still read a lot. I must admit that I’m a big fan of non-fiction but also read fiction that educates or tells a very good uplifting story. Enjoy your summer reads!

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    10. Courtney

      Oooo so many great book suggestions!! That American royals book sounds like itโ€™s right up my alley

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    11. riya

      really a useful article in summer. article contain useful books to read this summer. article is nicely explained and easy to understand. thanks for sharing this valuable information with us. keep your good work.

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