Add These Books to Your End of Summer Reading List!
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Add These 8 Books to Your End of Summer Reading List!

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Add These Books to Your End of Summer Reading List!

Add These Books to Your End of Summer Reading List!

Summer is almost over, and if you’re like me, you’re going to squeeze in as much last minute reading as possible! So before school starts up again(I’m starting college eek), Add These Books to Your End of Summer Reading List! 

You won’t be able to put them down, and will most likely be pulling an all nighter or two.

Get ready to lose yourself in these books, and enjoy the last bits of your summer!!

Add These Books to Your End of Summer Reading List!

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

This book takes us the the late 60’s.

Daisy, is growing up in L.A. and going crazy. Sex & drugs, sleeping with rockstars, she’s living the fast life.  When she’s 20, her voice and beauty are helping her get noticed. Paired up with another up and coming singer, we’ll get to see a look inside the reasoning behind the iconic split of Daisy Jones & The Six.

If you love rock n roll, this book is for you.

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

When Olive’s sisters wedding is ruined by food poisoning, their planned honeymoon is there for the taking. Unfortunately it not only gets taken by her, but also by the best man and her enemy, Ethan. Soon they’re off to the beautiful Maui together, posing as fake newlyweds.

As their fake honeymoon stretches on, Olive can’t explain the feelings she’s starting to have for the man she swore to hate.

This book is hilarious & heart breaking. Read it.

Good Guys Love Dogs by Inglath Cooper

Wall street big shot Ian McKinley decides to move with his teenage son to a small town in Virginia. It’s a stark contrast from New York, but after meeting a woman named Colby, he doesn’t mind it.

The beautiful woman is a veterinarian with a big heart for animals. She has a teenage daughter of her own, and understands the stress of raising a child. Colby wants to let herself fall for Ethan, but a secret from her past threatens everything.

You’ll love this book. I’m a straight up sucker for small town romances. They’re just so cozy!

Murder on Summer Lane by Hope Callaghan

Cozy mystery lovers, this ones for you!

The perfect baby shower has been planned, and the Garden Girls can’t wait to throw it. Liz has arrived in town to visit her sister Gloria. She can hardly believe her sisters vast wealth and real estate. And before Liz can even settle in properly, she’s been framed for a murder she didn’t even commit!

This book is equally thrilling and hilarious.

Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M. McManus

Loved “One of Us is Lying“? Then you’ll enjoy this book by Karen M. McManus too.

Ellery moves from Hollywood to a small town called Echo Ridge. The town is already weird in her book. Her aunt went missing there when she was younger, and a homecoming queen was murdered. A true crime investigator, Ellery decides to look further into the dark secrets this mysterious towns inhabitants are hiding.

Make sure you’re armed with coffee, snacks, and a blanket. You’ll read this in one sitting.

Add These Books to Your End of Summer Reading List!

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

If you’ve already read the Harry Potter books, then you know what this one is about! And…you probably haven’t read it in a while. Catch up with Harry and the Triwizard tournament before summer ends. 😉

The Best Lies by Sarah Lyu

This book is a mind twist.

Remy never expected for her best friend to kill her boyfriend, but life surprises you like that. The murder starts an investigation that reveals things to Remy she never realized. Did her friend do it out of self defense?

Or, for another reason?

All I’m going to say is….this book solidifies my decision to not have many friends. 🙂

Dollbaby by Laura Lane McNeal

Set in beautiful New Orleans, this book explores the topics of death & family secrets.

In 1964, Ibby moves in with her Grandmother. Her grandmother is actually crazy, and Ibby finds friendship with Queenie & Dollbaby, both black house servants.

The two women educate Ibby on the ways of the South, and Ibby discovers secrets at the manor she never could’ve imagined.

Love a good mystery? This one’s for you!

What books do you plan to read before summer is over? Let me know in the comments 😊

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