Top 8 Books You Can Read to Enjoy on Vacation

Top 8 Books You Can Read to Enjoy on Vacation

You've chosen a fantastic bathing suit and packed your luggage with sunglasses, sunscreen, and all of the other necessities for some vacation enjoyment. What's the only thing you're missing? A fantastic vacation read. Nothing beats a book in your hand during a perfect vacation. You can easily rent these books from your nearest bookstores or from any Top 8 Books You Can Read to Enjoy on Vacation that rents books.

Here is a list of the top 8 books you can read during vacation:

#1. One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

This was quite amusing and amusing! It's packed with colourful people, mid-twenties life crisis, LGBT found-family, and a mystery about a magical girl connected to a New York City subway.

#2. People We Meet on Vacation, Emily Henry

Alex and Poppy. Poppy and Alex. They don't have anything in common. He dresses in khakis as she is a wild child. He loves to stay at home with a book while she has an unquenchable wanderlust. And they have been the best of friends since a disastrous car ride home from college many years ago.

#3. Seven Days in June, Tia Williams

It only takes seven days to fall in love, fifteen years to forget, and seven days to rediscover... The author of The Perfect Find returns with a humorous, romantic, and sexy-as-hell new novel about two writers and their second chance at love.

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#4. Golden Girl by Elin Hilderbrand

In this #1 bestselling, the "queen of beach reads" (New York Magazine), a Nantucket novelist has one final summer to keep her secrets hidden while her loved ones on Earth learn to live without their golden princess.

#5. Do You Mind If I Cancel? by Gary Janetti

Gary Janetti, the originator of one of the most wickedly funny Instagram accounts and the writer and producer of some of the most famous television sitcoms of all time, now puts his talents to the page in a hilarious and heartbreaking book about the aches and indignities of daily existence.

#6. Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner

Big Summer is a funny and touching story about family, friendship, and figuring out what really counts in life. It's a riveting storey about the complexities of female friendship, the dangers of living out loud and online, and the tenacity of the human heart.

#7. The Return by Nicholas Sparks

New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Sparks' next story is of an injured Navy doctor and two women whose secrets will transform his life in the romantic portrayal of Dear John and The Lucky One.

#8. Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

Such a Fun Age tackles the stickiness of transactional relationships, what it means to make someone family, and the hard realities of being an adult with empathy and penetrating social criticism. It's a fiery debut for our times.

Final Thoughts

Our ideal summer reading list includes some of the year's most anticipated books, the best fiction (including historical fiction), and some of the best romance novels of all time. Leave us a comment and tell us your favourite book.