The Best Books for Adults to Read Right Now Part 2

Let’s face it life as we know it is no longer normal. Things have changed dramatically, and with this virus showing no signs of disappearing anytime soon, we’ve all had to change our everyday life. Although things are slowly getting back to normal for us in Canada, as we aren’t nearly as bad with the virus as the US, We are still adapting to the new norms. Wearing face masks (mandatory) inside any public place or business, as well as social distancing and still keeping groups 10 and under. It’s nothing we are used to, but we’re doing it! I have been reading way more than usual, in fact, I’ve read so many books in the last two months I’m questioning why I never became an author myself. Today, I’m sharing The Best Books for Adults to Read Right Now Part 2.

A few months ago I shared post #1 The Best Books for Adults to Read Right Now. I was so thrilled with my selection and got a lot of great feedback and suggestions on new books to try. I’ll admit though, I’ve found my guilty pleasure when it comes to reading, and what I’m about to say may actually shock you.

I’m obsessed with student/teacher romance books. Silly, right? Because what a terrible thing. However, if the writing is good you can’t help but get sucked in. I promise, these books I’m about to share (some of which are teacher/student, and some aren’t) will keep you entertained!

I’ve been reading books by lesser-known authors, and I find the writing to be better than some mainstream writers.

Here is my list of the best books for adults to read right now:

  • Loving Mr. Daniels – by Brittany C. Cherry: Where do I begin? I actually cried and laughed out loud at this book. It’s rare when a book makes me cry, This is a for sure must-read. I read this one in one night.
  • Unteachable – by Leah Raeder: I really enjoyed how this was written. It’s a teacher/student relationship book, the student met the teacher prior to heading to school, and it just gets better from there. I read this one in one night.
  • Losing It – by Cora Carmack: I enjoyed how this one played out. Bliss meets a guy at a bar and turns out he’s her teacher.
  • Force of Gravity – by Kelly Stevenson: This one is another one I really enjoyed. It explores teen relationships and also does have the teacher/student romance but this one a little more real. I read this one in one night.
  • The Other Mrs. – by Mary Kubica: Very interesting read. Not sure it’s in my top 50 but, it was a really good read, so if you aren’t into teacher/student romances, this would be a great option.
  • Truly Madly Guilty – by Liane Moriarty: This wasn’t my favorite book. I used to be a fan of Laine, but this just didn’t cut it for me. It’s still a good read, but I think with my new favourite genre, I’ll be sticking to those!

Watch out for my post about eReaders coming soon. I’ve tried quite a few, was loyal to one brand for the last 6 years but their customer service and lack of quality control had me switch to a new one that I am just loving! Stay tuned!

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