Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday -Summer Reads

Top 5 Wednesday – Summer Reads – May 18th

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly tag created by Lainey (Gingerreadslainey on Youtube) over on Goodreads and now being hosted by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes. Every week book lovers write/talk about their particular Top 5 for a topic and post it on blogs and YouTube. Feel free to check out the Goodreads page and join in!

This is my first blog post, and my first Top 5 Wednesday (even though I only have three, whoops), so fingers crossed that it’s at least decent. This week the topic is summer reads. Which screams Contemporary/New Adult reads to me. Don’t worry, we’re not talking about 50 shades or anything. Here we go, in no particular order.

nina lacour Everything Leads to You by Nina Lacour – This book is about a girl’s summer between semesters and how she lives in LA and works on movie sets. Everything about this book is good, sometimes slow moving, but good and worth a read. Just getting an insight to set preparation and how movie production works is neat too. The main overall theme is love though, which is the main thing you need in a summer read.

HuntleyFitzpatricksbooksMy Life Next Door or The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatrick – Both of these books are great stories about family first and the love relationship after. Both are fun, light, and easy fast reads. The characters are funny, and even with the predictable story lines they’re good books.

sorensonAny Jessica Sorenson book – These books are addictive and cheap on Kindle, and her characters are super easy to fall in love with. Breaking Nova is my favorite series that I’ve read. Even though sometimes multiple books could just be put into one instead of stretching out the story. All of the different novellas keep you involved in the characters lives, and it’s all great.

And that’s a wrap. What about you guys? Recommend me some favorite summer reads. Thanks for reading! -Jessica

 

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