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Let's Talk Books

by River Seiler on 2023-02-27T08:00:00-06:00 in Language and Literature | 0 Comments

Hi all!

It can be difficult to pick out a new book! Here are some books that are trending on Bookstagram and Booktok that might help you get started!

The Housemaid by Freida McFadden is a thriller following the life of a live-in maid and the family she works for. If you enjoyed Jeneva Rose's The Perfect Marriage or Colleen Hoover's It Ends With Us, you might like The Housemaid.

Before I Let You Go by Kennedy Ryan follows the life of a couple in a difficult relationship. If you enjoyed Tracy Brown's Hold You Down or All I've Wanted All I've Needed by A.E. Valdez, you should check out Before I Let You Go.

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas is a dark fantasy book with all the drama, adventure, and romance you could ask for. You may enjoy this book if you liked The Cruel Prince by Holly Black or Vitoria Aveyard's Red Queen.

Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover is a romance novel that follows the life of a young woman returning to her hometown. If you enjoyed Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score or Every Summer After by Carley Fortune, you may enjoy Reminders of Him.

Icebreaker by Hannah Grace is the story of a romance between a figure skater and the captain of the hockey team. If you enjoyed The American Roommate Experiment by Elena Armas, you might enjoy Icebreaker.

Book recommendations for this post come from Garrett Billings' article for She Reads. Books with similar themes were found through Goodreads recommendations.

When trying to find a new book, it's always a good idea to check out book blogs - and now you know we librarians do too!

You can also check out our book displays for more book recommendations! For the newest books in the library, check out our New Books shelf by the circulation desk! New books that are shelved will have a yellow "New Book" sticker on the spine. Keep an eye out while you're browsing, and don't hesitate to ask for directions from a librarian at the reference desk!



Thanks for reading! We hope to see you in the Library again soon!

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