Fall brings about relaxing evenings of cuddling up on the couch with a warm blanket and a steaming hot chocolate or pumpkin spice latte. The only thing that can make the relaxation that accompanies the new season better is a great book, one that you can dive into and find an escape in.
One of the best times to retreat to your bedroom or a comfy corner is to watch the leaves fall and read. Reading is an amazing way to not only relax, but to expand your horizons, become inspired, to learn something new, and to think about life or people in a different way. Books help shape who you are, as well as your beliefs and ideas about the world, so below is a list of five books that will make you feel warm, cozy, and lovely all fall long.
Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid
Described by fans as the perfect escape, this book, although typically on summer to-read lists, is the perfect fall novel. Please check out this book it’s absolutely stunning, in the writing, the plot, the characters and the depth so skillfully woven into each sentence, character, and page, and in the amazing way this book makes you miss it the minute you put it down. You come out of reading this one feeling like you belong in that world; like you want to meet the characters, and maybe pondering what means the most to you.
Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse
If you’re loving thrillers at the moment, you’ll love this. Before We Met follows Hannah, a down on her luck woman who met and married the love of her life, Mark. When Mark fails to return from a business trip to New York a chain of events is set off which have her questioning everything that she thought she knew.
Paulina and Fran by Rachel B. Glaser
Paulina and Fran is an examination of friendships that delves into hilarious, relatable territory, two girls are drawn together as friends but pulled apart by complicated things like dating ex boyfriends. This book examines friendships, love, hatred and ‘frenemies’ and the joyful art of adolescence.
After You by Jojo Moyes
If you read and loved Me Before You as much as our intern Regine did, then you need to get this sequel. Jojo Moyes decided to revisit her much-loved characters as the film was in production and many of her fans were always asking her to follow up on the first book. Both Me Before You and After You are perfect fall books to snuggle up with.[show_shopthepost_widget id=”1091814″]
What books are you planning to devour this fall, girls?