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Six Books About Summer

Are you currently stuck in a reading slump and don’t know how to get out of it? Sitting by the beach and listening to the waves can be the perfect solution for that. What’s a better way to enjoy the summertime than to read a book that describes exactly that? Here are six of the best fun summer books that you need to get your hands on. Six Books About Summer

By Karen Emad

1. People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry

Six Books About SummerStarting off the list with a perfect rom-com that portrays the journey of two people who are complete opposites yet are the best of friends. Ever since college, Poppy and Alex have taken a trip every summer for the last ten years.

Until two years ago when everything was ruined and they haven’t spoken to each other since. Poppy tries to get Alex to go on one last vacation with her, where she gets to fix everything.

2. Love and Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch

Six Books About SummerWho has not dreamt of spending a summer in Italy? Certainly not Lina. The only reason she’s going to Italy is because of her mom’s wish for her to get to know her father.

All of a sudden, a world full of art and secret romances is unraveled when she receives her mother’s journal and decides to follow in her steps. People could come to Italy for Love and Gelato but they stumble upon way more than that along the way.

3. Beach Read by Emily Henry

While both are stuck in a writer’s block and neighboring beach houses, romance writer January and literary writer Augustus make a deal with each other and swap genres.

January teaches Gus how to write a fun rom-com, while Gus tries to teach her how to write emotionless literary fiction. They take on this mission, as they explore the small vacation town together and get to really know each other. Six Books About Summer

4. The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas

A trip to Spain and attending a wedding sounds like a dream, especially during the summer! Unfortunately, it’s Catalina Martin’s biggest nightmare. After lying to her family about being in a relationship and failing to find someone to play the part of a fake boyfriend, she is stuck with her last option, worst enemy and co-worker Aaron Blackford.

Will her parents and the whole small town believe the little stunt they’re pulling? Is it really even a stunt?

5. Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau

What is more exciting than spending a summer in the city of love? Mia, a seventeen-year-old American girl only has six weeks to get an audition with one of the world’s best ballet companies.

Apparently, Paris has more than ballet to provide after meeting Louis who is willing to be her tour guide and they get to explore Paris’ mysteries together.

6. The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

Wrapping up with a must-read and an instant New York Times Bestseller is Christina Lauren’s “The Unhoneymooners”. When Olive and Ethan, who both cannot stand each other, are the only survivors of food poisoning at her sister’s wedding, there’s a free honeymoon waiting for them in Hawaii.

While having to pretend to be the totally in love newlyweds, Olive finds out she doesn’t actually mind playing pretend. Six Books About Summer

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