This summer, you have no excuse for being without something good to read. Authors across the board have done an insane job to produce enjoyable reads ranging from novels to memoirs to brilliant biographies to everything in between. No matter what you like to read, there’s a title coming out this summer that’s sure to be just what you’re looking for.
Let’s face it: Summer books are so worth the wait. The weather just creates an environment worthy of a good read. Be it by the pool or with your toes in the sand, let’s discuss a handful of our e.TEAM’s musts of the season with you.
For the thrill of it…
- The It Girl – The New York Times bestselling author of One by One returns with an intense mystery following a woman on the search for answers a decade after her friend’s murder. Known as the Agatha Christie of this generation of authors, this follow up is a must for summer thrill-seekers.
- The House Across the Lake – A widowed actress heads homeward to stop out of the celeb limelight only to find herself engulfed in her neighbor’s drama-infused lifestyle. SUCH a good, yet intense, read!
Lighthearted and amusing…
- The Hotel Nantucket – Hilderbrand does it yet again! This author, otherwise known as the queen of beach reads, delivers an immensely satisfying page-turner about a summer of scandal at a storied Nantucket hotel.
- People We Meet on Vacation – Described as the 2022 version of When Harry Met Sally, this novel is why beach reading was invented in the first place. Who know falling in love with your complete opposite could be so fun to read about….AND believe!
Real-life and riveting…
- In Love – Amy Bloom somehow managed to make one of the best love stories out of a heart wrenching, gut punch of an experience. Though In Love is rooted in an impossibly sad situation, Bloom’s narrative is more than just an expertly crafted narrative on death and grief.
- dress code – Hyland’s book about fashion is soooooooooooo good! This fashion director penned a great read about why we wear what we wear. She argues that fashion is a key that unlocks questions of power, class, and sends signals to the world around us.