At this time of year we usually see thousands of different articles online highlighting the most popular new books and offering brief reviews. Unfortunately, when it comes to recommending books specifically written for women, most bloggers fall down. This is why I’ve taken an hour out of my day to write and release a post doing just that. Don’t get me wrong, there are no warning stickers on any of these titles telling men to stay away, it’s just the subject matter and contents contain a few less aliens and a little more romance, but hey; this is the 21st century after all.
So, if you’re interested in learning about some of the best selling titles written with a female audience in mind, spend a few minutes checking all the information below this paragraph, and I’m almost certain you’ll find something to suit your individual tastes. All the books I’m about to mention have amazing story-lines you won’t be able to resist.
1 – Don’t Tell The Groom
Firstly, this book is about keeping secrets and what kind of trouble this can get you into. Penny had always dreamed of the fairytale wedding and had been saving for it for years, but when her partner finally pops the question and she checks the fund, it turns out she’s been dipping into it far too often. Will she finally own up and tell her finance there’s no cash to pay for all the luxurious plans they’re making or will she hold back and deal with the consequences? There’s only one way to find out!
2 – The Dining Club
This one is becoming extremely popular with the “50 Shades of Grey” crowd due to the debauchery and hugely obvious sexual undertones. A lady is invited to a dining club and told all her most inner desires will be fulfilled if she manages to complete a set of challenges set by the organizers. I won’t go into the plot any further as it would spoil the book, but anyone wishing to download this one should definitely check out Sainsburys ebooks before the other major sellers, as they sometimes run amazing deals.
3 – Release
From one of the New York Times’s best selling authors of last year comes a new title with more erotic romance than most ladies could handle in one sitting. It tells the tale of a woman who loved her partner but didn’t feel any kind of sexual spark. That was, until one day when she happened to meet one of his business partners. The two get together behind her partners back and enjoy the mother of all flings, but as if often the case it situations like this, there is always a price to pay.
4 – The First Time We Met
With increasing popularity and appeal on both sides of the channel, this book tells the story of a rich American girl who falls in love with a British aristocrat whilst spending time at Oxford university. Okay, it might be a little pompous for some, but the story is actually very well written with lots of twists and turns guaranteed to keep you hooked until the very end. Will the two main characters manage to keep their feelings secretive, or will the whole scenario blow up in their face? Read it yourself to find out.
5 – Wedding Night
Centered around a lady who continually finds herself in long term relationships where her parents refused marriage, this book tells the story of the moment she met with an old flame after more than fifteen years apart. Her old boyfriend mentions a pact they made about getting married at the age of thirty if they hadn’t found other people, and suddenly the woman’s life is turned upside down. Will she leave her current partner for the chance of getting married? Does her ex hold some secrets he’s not yet admitting? You know what to do.
Right ladies, I’ve got to head off now because I’m half way through the Twilight series, and I just can’t bear to miss another moment. I hope the suggestions I’ve made will be useful, and now you’ll have some great ideas about which titles you should read over the next couple of months.
Enjoy the written word!