Call off the search–we’ve found your next great beach read (or five!).


It’s almost the weekend…you’ve got your sunny destination picked out, the perfect beach bag packed, and spirits are undoubtedly high. There’s only one thing missing—the perfect reading material! That’s why the Spa Week Daily Book Club is always on the lookout for the best new books for you to fall in love with. Here are five top picks for you to get lost in this weekend:

978-0-8129-8427-91Wedding Night, by Sophie Kinsella

Of course our Book of the Month is one of our must-read beach books this weekend! We promise hours of seaside laughter while you follow Fliss and Lottie’s hilarious antics. You’ll be rooting for these lovable ladies the whole way through. Wedding Night is just the type of lighthearted story that makes beach reading what it should be–fun! Plus, you need to read it to prepare for our LIVE Facebook Chat with Sophie Kinsella on 7/22 at 3PM EST!

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Against the Wild, by Kat Martin

Against the Wild contains everything you could want from a beach book—a sexy hero, a gorgeous heroine, a murderous plot and an exotic backdrop for it all to take place in. You will fall in love with Dylan Brodie as the hours in the sun melt away (warning: apply sunscreen BEFORE starting). Not to worry, though; when it’s all over, you can look forward to Against the Sky, the next installment in this steamy series!

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The One & Only, by Emily Giffin

“Friday Night Lights” fans will be thrilled with Emily Giffin’s latest novel that follows heroine Shea Rigsby as she tries to step out of her football-obsessed small town in Texas. After her best friend’s mother tragically passes, Shea finds herself spending more time with Lucy’s father, the famous Coach Clive Carr, but are they too close for comfort? You won’t believe how this beach read plays out.

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Now I See You_Nicole C. Kear

Now I See You, by Nicole C. Kear

Yes, this book is about a woman who gets a diagnosis at the tender age of 19 that she is slowly going blind. At first glance this may seem a little heavy for the beach, but we promise Nicole’s lighthearted take on the situation and hilarious interjections (including ‘Tips for the Secretly Blind’) will leave you uplifted and with a fresh new take on life.

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Don’t Go, by Lisa Scottoline

If you like books that leave you on the edge of your beach chair, than Don’t Go is for you! This heart-wrenching story about a war-torn father struggling to put the pieces together after his wife’s unexpected and mysterious death will remind you of a Nicholas Sparks movie. Yet, with unexpected twists and turns and dark details that are constantly emerging, this book is far from a sappy story.

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Keep checking back at the Spa Week Daily Book Club for reviews of current titles and must-read suggestions!

Arielle Sidrane is the Associate Editor of Spa Week Daily.

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