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Top Ten Beach Books
Summer is one of my favorite times of year to read, so it’s probably good that I live in a place where it feels like summer for most of the year! I really need to do more reading at the beach! I’ve decided to do a combination of books I think every one should read this summer, and books I want to read this summer, since both seem like a really good idea this week!
Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag
- My Best Friend, Maybe by Caela Carter. I feel like I’ve talked about this one a bunch lately, but it’s a sweet story, and perfect for summer!
- Moonglass by Jessi Kirby. I don’t know why but a book set at the beach seems like a good book to have in your beach bag.
- The Statistical Probability Of Love At First Sight by Jennifer Smith. I’m sure I’m the last person on earth to read this, but if you haven’t, it’s a cute, fun story!
- Gulp by Mary Roach. Who knew that a book about the digestive system could be so entertaining? It’s definitely an interesting summer read.
- Witchstruck by Victoria Lamb. This is a fun paranormal historical fiction, and I thought the two went really well together!
Books That Will Be In My Beach Bag
- Wither by Lauren DeStefano. This book has been on my TBR-pile for ages, so I would love to actually read it sometime this summer.
- The ever-generic answer of romance novels. I feel like I say this ever summer and never follow through on it. But summer and romance seem to go well together.
- The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han. I’m just totally in the mood to re-read this series over the summer.
- Dangerous Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. I’ve been looking forward to reading this one ever since I heard that there was going to be a Beautiful Creatures spin-off.
- Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Echols. This one seems right up my alley, and it seems like a great summer read.