Yesterday I had a girly day out with my mum and sister. We went shopping for the day and out for dinner it was really nice and we had lots of fun. We visited some charity shops and I want to show you the books that I got. I paid between 50p-£1 each for these books. What a bargain!!!
Book 1- Beautiful Broken Things by Sara Barnard.
I got this but because it was on Zoella’s book club list in 2016. I am really excited to read this.
The blurb: Caddy and Rosie have always been inseparable but that was before Suzanne. Now Caddy wants to be more than just the quiet one. She wants something to happen. Suzanne is trying to escape her past and be someone different. Someone free. But sometimes downward spirals have a momentum of their own. And no one can break your heart like a best friend.
Book 2 – One Perfect Summer by Paige Toon
The blurb: Alice is 18 and about to start university while Joe’s life is going nowhere. Dorset summer, a chance meeting, and the two of them fall into step as if they have known each other forever. But their idyll is shattered unexpectedly. Alice heads of to Cambridge and slowly picks up the pieces of a broken heart.When she catches the attention on Lukas- gorgeous, gifted, rich boy Lukas – she is carried along by his charm, swept up by his ambitious plans for a future together. Years later, at just the wrong time, Joe is back, but out of reach in a way that Alice could never have imagined. Life has moved on, the divide between them is now so great.
Book 3 – A Very Accidental Love Story by Claudi Carroll
The Blurb: Eloise Elliot is one of the youngest newspaper editors in the country. But on the eve of her thirtieth birthday she’s hit with a sharp pang of loneliness. With a dazzling clarity, she realises what she wants – someone to share her life with. Fast forward three years and she is the adoring mother of a gorgeous little girl, Lily. Juggling a high-powered job with a single motherhood is not easy and when Lily starts asking about ‘daddy’ Eloise begins to panic. What will she tell her? So Eloise goes on a mission to find Lily’s father. After all, she chose the perfect donor, surely there won’t be any surprises.
Book 4 – Thinking of you by Jill Mansell
The blurb: When Ginny Hollands daughter Jem heads off the university, Ginny can’t believe how much she misses her. Ginny knows it’s the perfect time to kick start a whole new life. But fresh beginnings can be tricky, especially when the first gorgeous man you’ve clapped eyes on in years accuses you of shoplifting. For heaven’s sake it’s not as if she was meant to steal the peacock. Meanwhile Jem is missing her mother? Not a chance! Being away from home is a huge adventure and Jem’s making the most of her newfound freedom. Thanks goodness her mother isn’t the clingy, protective type. Anyway, Ginny’s busy enough right now with a new job and a fledgling relationship with the charismatic Perry Kennedy. But is Ginny as in control of the situation as Jem thinks? Is it too late for her to set right the first impression she made on Finn Penhaligon, her sexy but scary boss? And is either Finn or Perry quite what she seems?
Book 5 – Falling for you by Jill Mansell
The blurb: NHS specs, unfortunate hair and wonky teeth were the curse of Maddy Harvey’s teenage years. Thankfully she’s blossomed since then. But when she meets Ker McM=Kinnon one starry summer’s night… well, that’s when the problems really start. Because everyone in Ashcombe knows what happened eleven years ago and her mother, Marcella, would rather tear that family to pieces with her bare hands than see Maddy with McKinnon. And, OK, maybe Marcella isn’t her real mother, but Maddy owes her so much. How can she possibly go against Marcella’s wishes?
I’m looking forward to reading these books. At the moment I am reading After You by Jo Moyes. I hope this post has given you some ideas of what to read next!
Until next time byeee