Book Love

by Ally- Life as I know it, 5:00 AM
I've been really wanting to get into a good book lately. Since January all I've been reading are pregnancy books and although knowledge is power, ignorance is bliss and I think it's time I stepped away from knowing and worrying about every.single.symptom. So I want your recs, tell me some of your favorite books you've read or maybe a great book you just finished. I rounded up my top 5 favorite books I've ever read to give you guys some recommendations too. With beach and pool season coming up there's nothing better than getting lost in a good book while getting your tan on.



I've probably read this book close to 3 times and it just gets funnier each time. Everyone I've recommended it to has loved it as well. Imagine a bachelorette party with the prissiest, prudest, person you know and then imagine them going crazy wild. That's what this book is about and it's hilarious. 




I absolutely loved this book and didn't want it to end. It was so fascinating learning about Jackie Kennedy's life and what went on at the White House.




This may be my favorite book of all time. It's a great summer read and a coming of age story for two best friends who spend every summer together. It follows them through childhood to adulthood. It takes you back to your childhood, running around with friends and with no cares in the world. 




This book was scary and awesome at the same time. The author of the book develops a rare brain autoimmune disease out of nowhere and it takes over her life. Not the best book for my hypochondriac/anxiety-ridden self but I still loved it. 




I can remember having to read this book in middle school and it was probably the only book I actually enjoyed. It's such a cool mystery novel that takes so many twists and turns. I'd always wished they had made it into an updated movie, I heard the 1945 movie sucked and was nothing like the book. 



Your turn, give my some good books to read!
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  1. I've actually never read any of these but sounds like I need to! :)

    <3, Pamela
    Sequins & Sea Breezes

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  2. Adding the bachelorette party to my list!!! I just finished Going off Script and really liked it! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  3. i really want to read brain on fire but i havent gotten around to it yet -- and YAH probably not the best book for a hypochondriac to read haha oh well xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  4. I read Girl On The Train over the honeymoon and flew through it! Next up I'm reading 'It Starts With Food' about Whole 30.

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  5. I'm not sure if you like Sophie Kinsella, but I love her "can you keep a secret?" and "remember me?" Those are my two absolute favorites of hers! They're wonderfully written and just so relatable (to a point). I also love Nicholas Sparks, but only if I'm in a mood for crying, they always make me cry.

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  6. brain on fire.... while I was reading it, I almost convinced myself that it was happening to me! BUT Mrs. Kennedy and Me sounds like my next read - thanks love!

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  7. I need some books for the plane. Thanks girl I think I'm going to pick up that bachelorette book!

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  8. I never finished Brain of Fire; i just got a little annoyed with the poor girl so maybe I'll try to finish it. Loved Mrs. Kennedy and Me! You'd like The President's Wife I bet :)

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    1. Or American Wife? Cover has a bride on it :)

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  9. I have heard that Judy Blume is amazing. I recommend Not That Kind Of Girl by Lena Dunham. I actually just reviewed it today on my blog!

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  10. Judy Blume was seriously a huge part of my childhood and so was that book :)

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  11. Perfect timing, just when I was looking for a good read to take to the beach this weekend! Xo, Stephanie

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