There is nothing quite like sipping a freshly brewed coffee, curling up in a soft snuggly blanket, while listening to the pattering of rain dancing on the roof. This perfect storm lures me to grab the latest must-read books to get lost in and escape the day. Here are my three must-reads for your 2018 spring season.
The Room on Rue Amelie
Amelie, written by Kristin Harmel is a heartfelt novel that is an emotional and heart-wrenching story about an American newlywed woman named Ruby Henderson Benoit who arrives in Paris with her husband Marcel during 1939. Dreams of romance and love are interrupted as the Nazis invade France. She finds herself looking for strength and standing firm in love as her world crumbles around her.
Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion
Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having and Opinion written by Michelle Dean shares ten brilliant women from different backgrounds, political and artistic opinions that have made significant contributions to America. These inspiring women broke the cultural norm and mindset that have been often dismissed for their work and being undervalued.
Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Really Matters at Midlife
Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Really Matters at Midlife written by New York Times bestselling author Cheryl Richardson brings you this thought-provoking journey that she traveled, and shares how she analyzed what matters most in her life. After careful consideration on her life, she invites readers to see how she evaluated her marriage, friendships, and priorities and courageous changes she made in life to what matters most to her; living authentically in a meaningful way.
What on your spring reading list?