2021 summer vacation reads: Palm Springs, CA

After a loooooong drought, I’m finally hopping back on a plane tomorrow and heading off to explore a new place!  My friends and I are celebrating our college graduation with a quick trip to Palm Springs and Las Vegas.

One of my absolute requirements when vacationing like this is a pool!  I love to swim and there’s nothing better than laying out in the sun with a good book.  Here’s what I’ve got lined up to read this week.

Anna K: Away by Jenny Lee

I read the first book in this series about a year ago and it was the perfect dishy novel!  Anna K read as if Anna Karenina had been transported into the glittery world of Gossip Girl.  I loved the drama and complexity in Anna K (click here to read my full review) and am looking forward to continuing the story.  Thanks to Booksparks for the free review copy!

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Self Care by Leigh Stein

Self Care is about Richual, a fictional wellness brand and community, that comes under fire when one of their founders makes an insensitive comment about the President’s daughter.  I think this will have the same updated, timely feel as Anna K: Away and be just as dishy.

The Office of Historical Corrections by Danielle Evans

I always like taking a short story collection on vacation because it’s nice to have some variety in between longer books.  I don’t know a ton about this novel except that it’s gained a ton of traction among readers.  Looking forward to seeing what the hype is about, and of course I’m in love with the cover.

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