Winter nights are the perfect opportunity to get snuggly on the couch or in your bed and catch up on the books you've been meaning to read. If you're in the mood for a good book, but don't have a stack already going, you're probably looking for some ideas to get you started. Here are some fabulous books that will make you look forward to more cold nights in the future.
1 The Winter Stroll by Elin Hilderbrand
This book takes place on Nantucket and Christmas and follows a family that lives there when an unexpected visitor comes calling.
2 Prejudice and Pride by by Lynn Messina
This is a modern day version of the original novel and is super fun for passing a cold winter afternoon.
3 The Restaurant Critic's Wife by Elizabeth Laban
In this novel, we meet the wife of a restaurant critic and find out how hard it is to live when your identity must be kept a secret.
4 Stars over Sunset Boulevard by Susan Meissner
If you loved "Gone With the Wind," you will adore this novel. It's next on my list, for sure!
5 The Things We Keep by Sally Hepworth
When a 38-year old woman gets Alzheimer's and is put into a facility, we see what the disease is really like from her point of view.
6 Me before You by Jojo Moyes
In this novel, two people meet with no idea of how that chance meeting will change the rest of their lives.
7 Olive Kitteredge by Elizabeth Strout
Follow Olive as the town she calls home changes, often not to her liking.
8 Dorothy Parker Drank Here by Ellen Meister
In this fun novel, Dorothy Parker seeks out a ghost friend to keep her company.
9 The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
In this book you meet a young man who has lost his mother and join him on a journey that involves art theft and lots of emotion.
10 The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell
When a psychic teenager runs away from her home, she and her family must come to terms with her abilities.
11 In Some Other World, Maybe by Shari Goldhagen
This is a coming of age novel that connects several teens with a movie they all saw at the same time.
12 The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin
This novel tells the story of Truman Capote and the society ladies he spent his time with in New York City.
13 All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
When a girl goes blind and must flee during World War II with her father, she learns just how great life can be despite the struggles.
14 The Flood Girls by Richard Fifield
When a young girl returns home to redeem herself for past mistakes, a local boy will be her saving grace.
15 The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton
When Nella moves to Amsterdam to care for her husband's sister, she feels a little hopeless until she begins getting tiny gifts that tell a story.
16 A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly
What if the 20s also banned magic in addition to liquor? This book tells the story.
17 The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
A black and white circus pops up in town and is only open at night. A world of magic makes this the perfect winter read.
Which one do you want to read first? What other titles would you add to the list?
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