Good beach reads...

JayneeJaynee Registered Users Posts: 2,039 Curl Neophyte
Hi all! I am looking for some easy, fun reading for my trip to Kauai in a couple of weeks. Any suggestions? I have read all of Jennifer Weiner and Emily Giffin's books and I love them, so some chick lit along those lines would be great. Nothing too heavy or thought-provoking :) TIA!

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  • WileE-DeadWileE-Dead Banned Banned Users Posts: 24,963 Curl Neophyte
    Ohhh, so jealous you're going to Kauai!
    Happy early wedding :love3:
    Hubby & I were there on our honeymoon...8/6 will be our 17 anniv :cool:

    Love, love Evanovich, Gerritsen type stuff.
    I'm taking my Kindle when we go to Jamaica mon next month to celebrate our anniv :grommit:
  • papayahedpapayahed Registered Users Posts: 1,282
    I second Evanovich. Meg Cabot's big boned series is good also.
  • JayneeJaynee Registered Users Posts: 2,039 Curl Neophyte
    Ohhh, so jealous you're going to Kauai!
    Happy early wedding :love3:
    Hubby & I were there on our honeymoon...8/6 will be our 17 anniv :cool:

    Love, love Evanovich, Gerritsen type stuff.
    I'm taking my Kindle when we go to Jamaica mon next month to celebrate our anniv :grommit:

    We'll be honeymooning there on your anniversary! Happy early anniversary :)

    I love Evanovich too...forget to add that. I think I've read up to 14 or so but I got kind of burnt out after that.

  • PoodleheadPoodlehead Registered Users Posts: 6,959
    Have you read any Carl Hiaasen? He's not chick lit, but he's quirky and fun.
    Minneapolis, MN
  • anniemaeanniemae Registered Users Posts: 1,702 Curl Neophyte
    I just read Emily and Einstein by Linda Francis Lee. It's a very cute book - light reading.
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  • JayneeJaynee Registered Users Posts: 2,039 Curl Neophyte
    I ended up bringing Sophie Kinsella's Can You Keep a Secret? and really liked it. I know I'm way late to the game, but I picked up another of her books and plan to keep reading her stuff. I was hesitant to try her books because I thought it would be too much British humor and terminology, but that's definitely not the case.

  • fonkifonki Registered Users Posts: 353 Curl Neophyte
    The beach - Alex garland

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