FIVE BOOKS TO READ BEFORE SUMMER ENDS

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It's officially September and you know what that means: Autumn is just around the corner.

I'm one of the few people in the world that doesn't care for summer, and I readily welcome fall with open arms. As much as I wrinkle my nose at the heat, I have enjoyed quite a few novels that put me in the summer mood this season.

Here are a few books that I recommend if you're looking for one last juicy summer read:



The Good Wife || A quick and easy read, The Good Wife sucks you in with romantic drama revolved around the hardships, and the beauty, of marriage. The author, Jane Porter, ponders the question if it's worth staying in a marriage when things seem too tough to withstand. Check it out HERE.

Dear John || A classic love story by one of the writing world's most romantic authors, Nocholas Sparks, Dear John tells the tale of a love tested by the military, Sparks keeps you guessing until the very end how the story will unfold, leaving you shocked on the final page. And yes, the book is better than the movie. Check it out HERE.

The Chance || Karen Kingsbury is one of my favorite authors. I bond with her stories, as her Christian values and life-changing stories connect with my own writing desires. This story is no different as it tells the story of two individuals who believe they are too late for love - or so they think. Check it out HERE.

The Year We Turned Forty || This continues to be one of my most recommended reads. Authors Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke put an interesting twist on turning a year older by giving three best friends the opportunity to return to the year they turned forty and change their life's most defining moments, both the good ones and the worst ones. Check it out HERE.

Power Play || I've heard so many raving reviews about Danielle Steel's novels, and although this is the first of her books that I've read, it didn't disappoint. Power Play is a page-turner with its story of how two CEO's, one male and one female, handle power and success in opposing ways, affecting both their personal and professional lives. Check it out HERE.


What books have you read this summer that made your days on the beach or in front of the pool just a little bit better? Let me know in the comments so I can check them out!

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