Book recommendations?

So I recently got 1 day each week by hubby to be able to relax in tub and read a book for an hour. I haven’t read a book for enjoyment for 5 years. Does any one have any recommendations for me. I’m open to anything except children’s books

  • Marissa
    Aug 06

    If your into crime novels; I'm currently reading one called "Her every fear" by Peter Swanson. I'm a bit more than halfway through and it's really good.

  • Jill
    Aug 06

    "Look for me" by Lisa Gardner. Suspenseful, quick read.

  • Christine
    Aug 06

    I have been reading Doctor Who “The Clockwise Man” pretty good. -What Alice Forgot (is pretty good) -Fervent -All the lights we cannot see (goes back in forth) -the mercy falls collection (is my personal favorite) time period books

  • Kerri
    Aug 06

    Wild by Cheryl stray and anything written by David Sedaris

  • Jennie
    Aug 06

    I read a lot of Christian Mom books but that's a pretty specific genre so if you want those recs, let me know. I also love Jodie Picoult - The Storyteller is my favorite. CS Lewis The Chronicles of Narnia are great. And The Nightingale was fantastic.

  • JJ
    Aug 06

    I reread all my Anne Shirley books whenever I get a chance. I absolutely adore them. Always have, always will

  • Mia
    Aug 06

    I like the Harry Bosch novels by Michael Conley (detective novels) I read John Irving and Joyce Carol Oats a lot too. TBH though I rarely have time to read for fun these days between soccer, Girl Scouts, working full time and newborn #3!

  • Glückskinder
    Aug 06

    Shantaram is a great one

  • Cathy
    Aug 07

    All we ever wanted by Emily Giffin. All of her books are perfect tub reads :)

  • Erin
    Aug 07

    What is your favorite genre?

  • Rufichka
    Aug 08

    All of the CECILIYA AHERN'S BOOKS, omg, try it!

  • Tiffany
    Aug 08

    Girl wash your face so good

  • Marta
    Aug 08

    Girl wash your face does look good 🤗

  • Marta
    Aug 08

    I found a book called I heart my little assholes

  • Carol
    Aug 10

    Cecilia Ahern is chicky-Flicky & I’ve enjoyed her books. A fabulous book is Reading People by Anne Bogel - she has a wonderful web site above - Jessica Turner at The Mom Creative has wonderful book recs. If you like mysteries, I like Catherine Coulter’s FBI & the Brit in the FBI series and the Linda Fairstein series.