Settle in somewhere because the relentless pace will make it hard for you to put Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes down.
The Immortal City by Amy Kuivalainen
The Immortal City is a fast-paced, decent Fantasy set in the beautiful Venice – of which we get not nearly enough by the way. It might be a perfect read for those who love Mystery books with star-crossed lovers and magic chasing thousands of years old myths. It has a lot going for it and Kuivalainen made Venice alive in this modern-day blood-soaked love story.
The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary
If you are looking for a lighthearted romcom and don’t want to think too much, The Flatshare is a perfect pick me up book. With loveable characters – there is a lovely, mishevious little girl, and a hippie older lady who happens to be a rebel -, heavy topics and a budding romance with laugh out loud moments. Beth O’Leary’s debut novel is definitely worth a read.
Where She Went by Gayle Forman
Even though I veered away from YA books in recent years, I don’t mind picking up Gayle Forman’s books every once in a while. Especially Where She Went, a heartwrenching, emotional read which will make you curse and smile and cry. A fast and sweet read for cold winter days.
The Lighthouse Keeper by Cynthia Ellingsen
Actually, this is a perfect summer read for those who like to read romance books, while lounging by a pool, drinking cocktails, and pointedly not acknowledging the world around them. The Lighthouse keeper blends romance, mystery, past and present loves together nicely. I recommend this book for everyone who looks for a nice light romance book, with a summer feel, and the vibrant life of a small town.