There are so many books available these days it can be difficult to know where to start. If you’re looking for tales of life and love, both the good and the bad, check out these 5 new novels.
1. Happily Never After by Jane De Suza
Told through the format of blog posts, Tina Raja is struggling with a houseful of kids, a dog, leaky pipes, and an absent husband. Her ten-year-old daughter is working on her own super-secret diary while trying to spy on Tina’s blog of love and lust. There is also a kissable dentist Tina must decide whether or not she would like to start an affair with. Will her husband even notice?
2. Did I Mention I Miss You by Estelle Maskame
The finale to Maskame’s DIMLY trilogy is currently available for preorder and set to be released December 6th. After Eden and Tyler broke up, Eden left LA and headed to Chicago for college. She finds a new boyfriend, but now she’s back in LA for summer break. Tyler is determined to rekindle their relationship and Eden must decide whether or not he is worth the risk.
3. Two By Two by Nicholas Sparks
Russell has the perfect life: beautiful wife, lovable daughter, successful career, and a large home. When he suddenly loses both his job and his wife, Russell struggles to navigate his new reality as a single parent.
4. Buffering: Unshared Tales Of A Life Fully Loaded by Hannah Hart
Written by a popular YouTube personality, this collection of personal essays covers topics from love, to family, to fame, to faith. These memoirs are the stories that Hart says are “the events of my life that deserve a little more consideration than can be accomplished in 140-characters or a 6-minute vlog.”
5. The Mothers by Brit Bennett
Nadia is a senior in high school and is mourning her mother’s recent suicide. She falls for Luke, the local pastor’s son. When she ends up pregnant, they hide it from everyone including her best friend, Aubrey. Years pass and Nadia, Luke, and Aubrey are adults, still paying debt to the choices they made that summer so many years ago. This debut novel asks whether our “what ifs” can be more powerful than actual experiences.
What new novels will you be reading this month?
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