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Six Summer Reads: The Books I’m Taking on Holiday

Today I’m here with my summer reads! This time of year always sees me reaching for more romance and contemporary stories, rather than my usual favourite of fantasy. I’ve got six books to take with me, as well as my Kindle but let’s only count one off there otherwise we’ll be here all day. Let’s go!

My six summer reads!
If You Could Go Anywhere by Paige Toon

It’s become sort of tradition that I read a book by Paige Toon on holiday. I always love them, and most of the time they make me laugh and cry within pages of one another. This book has been very well received so I certainly have high hopes. A book about travelling the world and finding yourself, and love, along the way – I’m so ready for this story. Paige never disappoints! In fact I actually included one of her books in my summer reading list of 2015 here! Let’s take a minute for my very poor imagery and formatting…

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

It’s taken me so long to get my hands on this book. I don’t think it’s released in the UK until next year so I managed to grab a copy from Book Depository and I cannot wait to read this.

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren, one of my six summer reads.

I’ve heard only great things about this book, and I love an enemies to lovers trope. Particularly as they’re pretending to be married AND on their honeymoon. The fake marriage trope too? I’m winning here.

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

A book that you’ve probably all heard of. It’s literally an award winner and I still haven’t read it. Oops. The lovely Imi gifted me a copy from my Amazon Wishlist earlier this year and I’m looking forward to finally getting stuck in to this story.

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

Can you tell I’ve been picking up some recommendations online? Another book blogger and book-tuber favourite, I have this downloaded on my Kindle I’m hoping it lives up to the hype. Featuring own voices representation of Asperger’s syndrome and a heart warming romance, I’m sure I’ll love it.

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne.

This book seems to be in everyone’s romance recommendations. Another enemies to lovers (like I said, I love this trope) in the workplace, I can’t wait to meet these characters while drinking cocktails. I hope I love it as much as everyone else does.

Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin

I very luckily received an advanced copy of this highly anticipated fantasy novel from Harper360 and I’m so excited to read it. A book apparently for fans of Sarah J. Maas where a witch and a witch hunter cross paths and whose destinies become intertwined? Heck yeah I’m in.

There we have my summer reads! I’m so looking forward to lazing around the pool with a cocktail and some Lays with a book in my hands (trying not to get crumbs in the pages)! What are you planning on reading during these warmer months?

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