Winter is just around the corner, which means it's time to hang the stockings, deck the halls, make some hot cocoa and cuddle up with a good read! We've rounded up five heartwarming, witty, thrilling, and unforgettable books to add to your list this coming season. Enjoy!

Modern Love: True Stories of Love, Loss, and Redemption

This book is a compilation of some of the most memorable essays from the New York Times column of the same title. The essays in this book will have you laughing, crying, yearning, and ultimately falling in love with these heartfelt stories, which are especially important in a time where human connection is more important than ever,


The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

In the year 1714, Addie Larue makes a bargain with the devil to escape a desperate situation. She will be immortal, but the catch? No one she meets will remember her. Until one day, 300 years later, someone does. What happens next is a reminder of just how much we need connection after all.


The Guest List by Lucy Foley

There’s never a bad time to for a good mystery thriller, but when the weather outside is frightful, there’s something that makes us reach for an equally frightening story. The Guest List centers on a luxurious wedding on an island off the coast of Ireland. Somewhere between the champagne bottles being popped and old resentments simmering to the surface, someone turns up dead. This Agatha Christie style mystery is sure to be a page turner during the long winter nights.


Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

Emira Tucker, a recent college grad struggling for work accepts an offer as the babysitter to the children of Alix Chamberlain, a wealthy blogger in Philidelphia. One day Emira, who is African American, is accused of kidnapping the white children she’s looking after during a trip to the grocery store, and Emira and Alix’s lives are forced to intersect in a way neither of them expect. Touching on issues of race, class, privilege, and parenthood, this is a timely story for the current conversations happening around us.


Jane in Love by Rachel Givney

If all the Hallmark movie love stories are leaving you wanting more, this is the book for you. What happens when Jane Austen, the 19th-century author of some of the most beloved love stories of all time, travels to the present day? Well, she falls in love of course. But, like all great love stories, things aren’t that simple. This cute and witty story will have you charmed all winter long.




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