Today I am sharing a few summer reads to add to your summer reading list. These soak up the fun in the sun summer reads travel well to the beaches, lakes, pools and rest and relaxation escapes tailor-made for a beach bag packed with summer reads.
Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan a novel about a twisted family reunion of sorts and the long-buried secrets surrounding one of Asia’s most privileged families.
Romance, betrayal, magic and adventure is set to an interpretation of Swan Lake in Dark Breaks the Dawn by Sara B. Larson.
The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green tells the story of the relationship between three sisters who are brought together to fulfill the final wishes of their mother. Confrontation, realization and determination to face fears both old and new the sisters reveals sisterly truths that give credence to the belief blood is thicker than water.
The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck is the story of a bridal boutique owner who finds the perfect vintage wedding gown in a trunk at an estate sale. From there a curiosity with the backstory and the women who have worn the dress evolves into a love story surrounding four women and a wedding dress.
Ooh la love Picnic in Provence: A Memoir With Recipes, a sweet and delicious read by Elizabeth Bard. Did I mention recipes?
A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable is a near to my heart read based on the true story detailing the discovery of antiques and art and priceless accessories, oh my! in a Parisian apartment opened for the first time in seventy years. Highly recommended for the antiques treasure hunter’s summer reading list.
Discovery becomes more than a passing summer fancy in Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson. A cafe by the beach serves comfort food and comfort for a searching soul as Laura Walker steps out of one comfort zone into another.
Belle Isle, North Carolina reads like The Hamptons on spiked Southern sweet tea. Discovery of a dishonest and dead husband, a mother-daughter relationship fraught with issues, decisions old and new in need of dealing with, and plenty of pull up your big girl panties, pour yourself a cocktail and deal with it moments. The island spice of life makes The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews a get lost in a good book read.