When Winter weather is sticking around but you don’t want to leave your house until Spring…read! I’ve got 4 great books to curl up with while you wait out the chilly temps.
Spring is just around the corner…right?
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1. Truly, Madly, Guilty by Lianne Moriarty
I picked up Truly, Madly, Guilty in the “express” section of my library. When I don’t know what to read, I usually stop there first. The express section features popular reads that are in high demand–the trick is that you only have two weeks to read it and you cannot renew these titles so you have to read them quickly hence the name “express”—we get it, Meredith.
Anyway, I devoured this book fairly quickly. The story follows 3 very different couples whose lives are all changed after a home barbeque. Liane slowly reveals to us what happened that fateful day and how all of their lives have been changed forever. Super interesting, not really a thriller but definitely keeps you on your toes.
2. I let you go by Clare Mackintosh
I read this book a few months ago and thought it would be a perfect book to curl up with because it is so suspenseful. I can’t say much about this book without giving anything away. A young boy is killed in a car accident where the driver fled the scene. You are given different character perspectives while the story takes many twists and turns. When you think you have it figured out—you probably don’t.
3. 11/22/63 by Stephen King
Up until picking up this book I have avoided Stephen King. While I love a good thriller or murder mystery I do not like horror. I try to stay away from things that will keep me up at night—yeah right, you watch serial killer shows—I know, leave me alone!
This book follows the adventure of a high school english teacher who finds himself with access to a time portal that takes him back to the late 1950’s and the challenge of stopping the JFK assassination. It begs the question…if you could travel back in time and change history…would you?
This is a long read but it’s very well written. It could have been a bit shorter in my opinion but I’m glad I read it!
4. We Could Be Beautiful by Swan Huntley
Catherine West seemingly has it all…except for the husband and family she desires. When a mysterious man from her past enters her life she is caught up in a whirlwind romance but not everything is as it seems.
It took twists that I did not see coming. It’s an entertaining, quick read—perfect for when you are in between books.
What have you been reading lately??? I am always looking for books to add to my TBR list