June 19, 2016

Summer Time = Linky Time

Two things I love: Molly over at Lucky to Be In First and reading! So when I saw that she had created a Summer Reading List Linky, I had to link up!

Here are my choices for the books that you should definitely make time to check out.

I discovered Me and My Sisters on Facebook. I got it on crazy sale for $0.99, and once I started it, I couldn't put it down. The dialogue is fantastic, and if you have a sister {or two!}, you will love this book!

A teacher I follow on Instagram posted about The Husband's Secret, and once I read this book by Liane Moriarty, I downloaded two other books by her. I haven't been disappointed!

Orphan Train is a book that I've seen recommended over and over again, and as expected after reading the reviews, this book got me right in the heart.

Oh, The Nightingale. I adore anything by Kristin Hannah, but this story is unlike any of her other books. This one stayed with me for a long time, and if you read it {or have already read it}, you'll know why.

When We Fall got me hooked on all things Emily Liebert. I've also read Some Women, Those Secrets We Keep, and You Knew Me When. They are all wonderful! 

Oh, June and July: you hurt my bank account. All amazing new summer releases come out in late June and early July, it seems. 

The new Elin Hilderbrand book came out late last week, and I could wait to snag it! I'm more than halfway finished with it, and I have to admit that I'm not all that impressed with it. I usually love Hilderbrand's characters and I adore the setting of her books {Nantucket!!}, but this one isn't doing it for me. I'm not done with it yet, though, so maybe I'll change my mind.

The Vacationers has been out for a year already, but I saw it on a list of this summer's must-reads. It's already downloaded and waiting for me on my Kindle!

I don't think I've read any of Mary Kay Andrews' books before which, quite frankly, is kind of surprising. I love stories set at the beach, particularly North Carolina beaches {I grew up, vacationing on the Outer Banks}. I'm really looking forward to reading The Weekenders!

The last three books that I want to read this summer haven't come out yet {hurry up, July!}. All three authors are my favorites!

If you have some "Should Reads" and "Want to Reads," head over to Molly's blog and link up!

1 comment:

  1. What great suggestions, Susie! I'm totally adding The Vacationers to my list! Happy Reading :) Molly