10 Books to Read on Vacation For Fans of Women’s Fiction
For today’s Top Ten Tuesday, I’m presenting “10 Books to Read on Vacation” for fans of uplit women’s fiction.
I’m linking up today with #TopTenTuesday: That Artsy Reader Girl: Ten Books I Read While On Vacation.
I have read each of these books but I haven’t read all of these books while on vacation. However, I can enthusiastically recommend each one for an engaging vacation read because they are entertaining and on the lighter side. What type of books do you like to read on vacation?
In no particular order, let me introduce you to a few of my vacation read recs….
I often look to Katherine Center for a light, fun (closed door) romcom.
Fun romcom with a quirky main character and a unique premise.
Unique and heartfelt story involving the Jewish tradition of matchmaking.
Yinka, Where is Your Huzband? by Lizzie Damilola Blackburn
A diverse read with fun characters, family, and friendship.
Engaging and poignant “uplit” featuring four adult sisters, family drama, and sides of romance (bedroom door shut tight!). (the first in the series is a novella)
Histfic/Women’s Fiction mashup with moderate open door romance.
Fast-paced, lively, and witty romcom with open door romance (steamy scenes can be easily skipped).
Histfic/Women’s Fiction mashup (England during WW11) with heartwarming friendships (you might also like The Kitchen Front by the same author).
Espionage, light suspense, and sister drama.
There are sooooo many more (I must stop!), but these are the first “10 Books To Read on Vacation” that come to mind.
Did you have a favorite vacation read this year?
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