Here is a list of breezy reads, that you can leaf through this summer.
“if you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.”—J.K Rowling, Author
Books high on the emotional quotient that are thrilling and fiery and make you bite your nails each step of the way are everyone’s favourite. But it might get really monotonous and wearying getting down from that roller coaster of emotions perpetually, especially if you aren’t exactly an avid reader.
Below is a thoughtfully curated list of 5 books that are soundly wholesome and light reads.
1. Wishful Thinking by Alexandra Bullen
Wishful thinking is a young adult novel by author and playwright Alexandra Bullen. The story follows Hazel Snow, a young girl who had been adopted and passed from home to home as a baby. Driven by the wish to know her parents, Hazel goes all out in an effort to known her mother. With a lot of determination and three wish granting enchanted dresses, Hazel finds herself in the past. With a chance to know her mother and a sweeping romance, Hazel might just fulfil her wishes, or will she?
This book is a very sweet read and has a very lucid plot for a book that navigates past and present.
2. Everyone Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger
Lauren Weisberger is the renowned author of the bestseller ‘The Devil Wears Prada’. Everyone worth knowing is the story of a single woman living in NYC who gets a public relations job and subsequently gets sucked up in the city’s most affluent event management circuit. Life altering revelations and scandals mar the course of her job and love might just follow through.
Everyone worth knowing is a super fun read for people who love chick-lit. It’s literally like watching a movie and perfect to curl up with on a lazy day.
3. Tommy Sullivan Is a Freak by Meg Cabot
Meg Cabot’s Tommy Sullivan is a freak is set in a typical school setting wherein Katie Ellison just cannot tell the truth. Tangled in an absolute mess of lies, making out with a hot guy from drama club while dating her football boyfriend, dying to get out the truth of the night ‘Tommy Sullivan is a freak’ was written on the gymnasium wall that drove him out of town. Just when things couldn’t take a turn for worse, Tommy Sullivan is back in town and Katie fears that he might just be out for revenge.
4. Prom Nights from Hell
Prom Nights from Hell is a collection of five short, horror-romance stories by authors Kim Harrison, Stephanie Meyer, Meg Cabot, Michelle Jaffe and Lauren Myracle.
It is an exciting collection of dark themed stories.
Circle of Pearls by Rosalind Laker
This Reader’s Digest Condensed Book selection is set in the 15th century and tells the ambrosial tale of romance between a Puritan lord Adam Warrender and a staunch Royalist Julia Pallister. It follows the English civil war, the Great plague, the Fire of London and the rebuilding of St. Paul’s by Sir Christopher Wren. It is a sweet historical fiction with riveting facts and details.