4 Books To Sit In The Sun and Read

If you haven't figured out by now, I love reading! I've always been one to get my nose stuck into a book, that's whether I'm on holiday or reading before I go to sleep, there is always one near me. Now that we are in the Summer months it brings the relaxing opportunity of being able to read outside in the garden. These are my top four books to sit and read in the sun!
4 Books To Sit In The Sun and Read
The Relatable One: The Secret Dreamworld Of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
Rebecca Bloomwood is obsessed with retail therapy, to her it's the saviour of all her problems in life and trust me, there are plenty of them. In everyday life, she would be the shopaholic that just knows no boundaries, even with the letters that her bank keeps posting through her letterbox. With her ridiculous excuse making, attempts to stop spending and a cut to her credit card will she ever find 'true' happiness?

This is an easy young adult read. It's incredibly relatable in so many ways and you'll learn quite a lot from it which surprised me!

The Erotic Thriller: Tubing by K.A McKeagney
Polly has a picture-perfect life, with a good job, reliable boyfriend and a fairly lively social life but she doesn't know how good shes got it. Until one evening when she is coming back from a night out she witnesses her first encounter with tubing and a beautifully handsome yet mysterious gentleman that she wants more of. Polly's mind frazzles and becomes one big fantasy and sexual desire with this man. Whilst not saying a word to her boyfriend Oliver, will anyone find out what is going on and what tubing actually is?

I took part in the book tour for the release of Tubing and to this day I am still thinking about it!
Go To Read's This Summer
The Heart Wrenching One: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Louisa Clark is your average young lady that has a stable relationship and never drifts too far away from the village that she lives in. When all of a sudden an urgent caring job comes up that she applies for and gets. At first, she isn't too keen on Will Traynor, but the more time that she spends with him the more she finds out about him, his life, her relationship and all of the secrets that are being hidden from her on the job. Does Louisa ever find out what the secret is and will her life end up changing for the worse or better?

If you are a lover of romantics and close family stories then this will be right up your alley. It catches all of your heartstrings, I must admit I wept plenty of tears at the ending and I've never cried at a book before. It's powerful!

The One That'll Keep You Up At Night: Frozen Charlotte by Alex Bell
It all starts with a bit of fun between Jay and Sophie as they test out this new game that they downloaded on their phones, the ouija board and this is when the frozen charlotte dolls get introduced for the first time. When Jay doesn't return home the next day no one knows where he is, where he's gone yet everything links back to the dolls. To get away from all the terror and Jay's shock disappearance Sophie decides to go away for a while and visit her cousins but low and behold the dolls follow her. The dolls continue to linger, haunt and wait in the walls of the rundown school that they live in to plan their next attack. Will we ever find out what happens to the dolls and their meddling ways?

This by far one of the best books I've read so far this year! As soon as you finish reading the first paragraph you know you won't put the book down, you have to read on.

Those are the four books that I highly recommend for your summer read this year! Have you read any of these books before? What genres are you into and what is your favourite book that you've read this year? Thanks for reading.

Charlotte x
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