I missed doing the TTT’s and decided to hop back into it. Today’s top 10 is based on summer books which is perfect because I’ve always wanted to do a part 2 of my summer books recommendation post!
Hope this gives you even more reading material for your long summer days 🌞 🌊
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Top 10 Summer Books PT 2
Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner
What if I told you your ex-best friend suddenly came back into your life inviting you as her maid of honor to the society wedding of the summer? Smells fishy but our MC Daphne Berg agrees to it and she finds herself questioning the concept of friendships, forgiveness, and what matters the most.
Malibu Raising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Reid made a comeback with Malibu Raising, a tale about four famous siblings and their notorious annual end of summer party that will end up going up in flames by midnight. Just where did everything go wrong?
Our Italian Summer by Jennifer Probst
When estranged mother Francesca finds out that her teenage daughter Allegra got arrested for drug possession she realizes how little she knows about her own daughter. In an effort to put back the broken pieces Francesca travels with Allegra to their grandmother back in Italy for an impromptu summer trip.
The Summer of Broken Rules by K.L. Walther
Meredith Fox is not having a good summer, for the first time she’s coming back to the Vineyard since her sister’s death and her longtime boyfriend dumped her two weeks before the trip. Determined to make it to her cousin’s wedding she squashes her sadness and maybe just maybe love can be found in the form of a cute groomsman?
One Great Lie by Deb Caletti
Charlotte wins a scholarship to a writing workshop to the alluring city of Venice. There she is given a chance to solve a family mystery of the great Venetian poet Isabella di Angelo, but she’s not alone fate brings her the ever charming Luca Bruni.
The Summer of Lost Letters by Hannah Reynolds
Bored and heartbroken, seventeen-year-old Abby Schoenberg’s summer is saved when her recently deceased grandmother possessions gets dropped off and in there she finds love letters from a mysterious Edward during WWII. Abby just found her ultimate summer adventure.
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
Monsiuer Perdu is no ordinary bookseller, he claims to see within a person’s soul and heart to give the reader the book they need. Oddly enough Perdu himself is haunted by his past true love’s heartbreak and she has left him a single letter he refuses to open….until now.
Hurricane Summer by Asha Bromfield
Straining a light onto the father-daughter relationship, Tilla craving her father’s love is sent by her mother to Jamaica where Tilla’s father travels to every six months. There Tilla is soon forced to face the unraveling secrets that is behind the paradise of the island.
You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao
Julie’s summer plans to Japan and her dream of moving out of her small town with her boyfriend Sam is shattered when Sam dies. Deep in her grief Julie can’t bring herself to let go and the impossible happens when Julie calls Sam’s phone…and he picks up.
The Unraveling of Cassidy Holmes by Elissa R. Sloan
If you loved Daisy Jones & the Six then you’ll love this book. Following the unsavory tales of Hollywood and teenage pop sensations of the 90s (cue Britney Spears), this follows the tragic suicide of Cassidy Holmes. The fourth member of the hottest pop group in America.