It may not feel like summer yet, but it’s time to get your reading list ready!

This week we’re bringing you a list of “easy reading” books to add to your summer reading list. 

The Rome Affair

by Karen Swan

Described as a “sizzling summer novel”, this book from Sunday Times bestselling author Karen Swan in set in the vibrant streets of Madrid. Her follow up to the Rome Affair, Karen Swan paints an amazing scene that’s equally mysterious as it exciting and romantic.

Normal People: A Novel

by Sally Rooney

Already a New York Times bestseller and Booker Prize nominee, Normal People by Sally Rooney is receiving massive amounts of praise across the literary world. Described as a profound, moving, insightful book that flows so smoothly that it becomes impossible to put down (or to use one of my favourite words, it’s unputdownable). Normal People is a book to read to be a part of the zeitgeist and is the perfect summer read.

The Perfect Girlfriend

by Karen Hamilton

“The fact that Nate broke up with her six months ago means nothing. Because Juliette has a plan to win him back.”

This mega-best-seller has got people talking and is a perfect addition to your summer reading list. Twisted, intriguing, addictive, The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton will keep you turning pages until you finish or your kindle runs out of batteries, whichever comes first.

The Bride Test

by Helen Hoang

Described as an international Cinderella story, this sweet, romance nove is another mega hit for Helen Hoang (author of the Kiss Quotient). Border busting, easy reading romance.

Cape May: A Novel

by Chip Cheek

As sensual as it is mesmerizing, this debut novel by Chip Creek has people talking. Set in 1950’s America, Cape May: a Novel follow a newlywed couple as they learn more about life (and each other) than they thought possible. A great change of pace if you’re looking for something set in a world both familiar, yet somehow exotic.

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