Friday, October 10, 2014

The Southern Girl's Guide to Books #2

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Hello, beauties! Now that we're heading into the cooler months, there is nothing better than snuggling up with a cup of tea and a book worthy of getting lost in. Whether you enjoy books that slow burn or ones that keep you warm with their action-packed pages, these crisp autumn days are made for reading to your heart's content. Today, I'm bringing you three books perfect for settling in with this fall!

The Lying Game by Sara Shepard
Emma Paxton has been in and out of foster care since her mother abandoned her when she five. So when she connects with a twin sister she never knew she had, Emma is excited at the prospect of finally having a real family. However, Emma's dream comes crashing down when she arrives to meet her sister, Sutton, only to find that Sutton is dead, and her killer expects Emma to assume Sutton's life...or else. Now it's a race to solve Sutton's murder without anyone finding out who she truly is or suffer the same fate.

For fans of: Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard, Private by Kate Brian, Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Hazel Lancaster is a terminal cancer patient living on borrowed time thanks to an experimental "miracle" treatment. Intelligent and bitingly sarcastic, Hazel finds the cancer support group her parents send her to a waste of the little time she has left. That is, until Augustus Waters walks through the door. In an instant, everything changes and Hazel learns that her cancer may be terminal, but love doesn't have to be.

For fans of: A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks, The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, anything by Lurlene McDaniel

City of Bones by Cassandra Claire
After having a front row seat to a murder committed by a group of teens covered in strange tattoos, Clary Fray is pulled into the mysterious world of the Shadowhunters, a brotherhood of old that defends humanity from the evil hordes of the Downworld. Clary quickly learns that she has the gift of sight, the ability to see the supernatural, despite being normal, a mundane. Soon after, Clary's mother is kidnapped placing Clary at the center of the battle between the Shadowhunters and the Downworld. In order to solve the mystery of her powers and find her mother, Clary has to dive headfirst into a world she can hardly believe exists, all while dealing with her burgeoning feelings towards Jace, a young Shadowhunter with an even darker past.

For fans of: Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia, Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

From reality to fantasy and everything in between, these picks are sure to get you through these cool autumn weeks! Now, make a cuppa, grab a new book, sit back, and relax!

Have you read any of these books? What's next on your to-read list?

Stay gorgeous, peaches!

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6 comments

  1. I realllly want to read the fault in our stars and city of bones, not sure if I should watch TFIOS first and read first?! decisions! xx




    Blondeofcarbs

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  2. Thanks for the suggestions! Love a good read as the seasons change and I haven't read City of Bones or The Lying Game!
    Xoxo, linds
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  3. Loved the Fault in Our Stars! Another great series is Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella! -Ivie from ivielanephotography.blogspot.com

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  4. I am reading The Fault in our Stars right now. I've stalled out, because I don't know if I can deal with the ending . . . :-( I want them to live forever!! I love your suggested "for fans of"! I'll have to add Perks of Being a Wildflower to my book list!

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  5. I love the fault in our stars<3 uh John Green has my heart. I've read all his books and they are amazing!

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  6. I need to read the Fault In Our Stars even though I know I watch the movie before I read the book lol. Have you read the Divergent series?

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