Tuesday, 19 March 2019

SPRING READING RECOMMENDATIONS


Hello Loves!

In todays post I thought I would share with you a few books in which I think would be great reads during the spring time. I absolutely love to read, reading means I can transport myself somewhere else for a little each day which some days is totally necessary!




This book is for sure a page turner. It is about a family on a private island, 4 friends whose friendship turns distractive; an accident and a very big secret. I found myself engrossed in this book from the get go, I just didn't want to put it down. It was fast paced and let me tell you...WHAT A PLOT TWIST!



Abbi Glines is by far one of my all time favourite authors. Her writing is so effortless and intriguing, her character development always leaves me falling in love with all of the different characters she creates. Breathe is the first book in the sea breeze series it follows Sadie, a teenager who is taking on the responsibility of her mother. She of course meets a boy...A rich boy and you guessed it a feel good whirlwind romance is on the cards. These books are the perfect fluffy YA romance books which will leave you wanting more.



This book left me feeling literally every emotion possible. There were times whilst reading this book where I had to set it down, and literally take a moment to bask in my thoughts. It was a hard but beautiful read. I think this book is best to go into without knowing much at all. It essentially follows two people whom have both experienced the worst life could offer, healing and learning to breathe and be happy once again.



This book follows a woman called Rachel, or the girl on the train. Rachel is a people watcher she likes to give strangers names, Identities and uses her imagination to create a make shift life for these strangers. This suspense thriller left me wanting more I could not put it down. One thing I will say is, read the book before the movie! The book is much, much better! 



Have you read any of these books? Do you have any book recommendations?








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  1. I loved The Girl On The Train! I thought it was such a gripping read. I haven't heard of the rest of these but they sound like great reads for Spring xx

    Sending light & love your way,

    My Lovelier Days

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    1. I loved it! I want to try and read more books in that particular genre since I tend to always gravitate towards romance books -xo

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  2. The girl on the train is such a great book


    Candice x

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  3. Your blog post is stunning! I loved this

    jadieegosh

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