Lazy summer days are meant to be spent by the pool or under the shade tree with a book (or an eBook!) in your hand. Add a glass of something cool to drink by your side, and a big, floppy hat or a great pair of shades and you’ve just created the perfect summer afternoon.
If you need a little help rounding out your summer reading list, you’ve come to the right place!
All Stories are Love Stories
Two major earthquakes strike San Francisco and destroy the city on Valentine’s Day. Three people’s lives are changed forever as they fight for survival, confront their pasts and search for those they love.
An emotional story about family life in a small town, and all the secrets, history, memory and loss that go with it. But more than that, it’s also a story about finding identity and hope.
Everyone Brave is Forgiven
Love triangles are always complicated - especially during times of war. Travel from London to Malta during WWII as Mary, Tom and Alistair fight not only the way, but the small daily battles of life. Inspired by the real-life love letters of the author’s grandparents.
Ethan is a gifted 12 year old boy, being raised by a single mother. He’s becoming curious about his missing father when he suddenly becomes very ill, tied to a tragic accident that occurred when he was a baby. His illness brings his father back into his life, forcing his parents to face the issues that first tore them apart.
The Girls in the Garden
Things are not always as they seem. Even in beautiful neighborhoods, where you know and trust those who live near, bad things can happen. What really happened? To what lengths will your neighbors go to protect their own?
The Marriage of Opposites
Young, beautiful Rachel was married off to an older widow with three children to save her father’s business. When her husband suddenly died and his younger, handsome nephew arrived to settle the estate, Rachel’s love story began. While she followed her heart, her choice was not without consequences - for her entire family.
The Sunlit Night
Sometimes, running away and coming home turn out to be the same thing. In The Sunlit Night, Frances and Yasha have both fled to an archipelago of tiny islands nearly 100 miles north of the Arctic circle to find isolation. Instead, they find each other, and love.
Ready to start reading? Well, what are you waiting for?!?