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Beach Read A romance writer who no longer believes in love and a literary writer stuck in a rut engage in a summer long challenge that may just upend everything they believe about happily ever aftersAugustus Everett is an acclaimed author of literary fiction January Andrews writes bestselling romance When she pens a happily ever after, he kills off his entire castThey re polar oppositesIn fact, the only thing they have in common is that for the next three months, they re living in neighboring beach houses, broke, and bogged down with writer s blockUntil, one hazy evening, one thing leads to another and they strike a deal designed to force them out of their creative ruts Augustus will spend the summer writing something happy, and January will pen the next Great American Novel She ll take him on field trips worthy of any rom com montage, and he ll take her to interview surviving members of a backwoods death cult obviously Everyone will finish a book and no one will fall in love Really

10 thoughts on “Beach Read

  1. says:

    OH MYYYYY GOODNESSSSSS Finally literature gods heard my prayers that I ve been requesting to read a fantastic romance that I ve been craving for so long I need something heart wrenching, shaking me to the core, help me feel everything at the same time happiness, angst, joy, forgiveness, enjoyment, resentment, hurting Yes, I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH I want to scream it Oh, thankfully I al

  2. says:

    I did what any reasonable adult woman would do when confronted with her college rival turned next door neighbor I dove behind the nearest bookshelf. I really needed this book I didn t realize how much I needed it until I was giggling along with all the awkwardness and banter and feeling like I d been taken away from the dark, dreariness of this lockdown It s exactly what it seems to be

  3. says:

    therapy expensive reading this romance between an author with writer s block and her gravedigger turned best selling novelist college rival unfortunate crush next door neighbor, and fill the void that is the lack of your love life considerably less expensive

  4. says:

    i need new letters to create new words because love is too small to encompass everything i am feeling about this book.i have always enjoyed EHs diverse writing, but i think she has really come into her own with this story there is so much i love about this, i really have no idea where to begin the clever humour the crackling chemistry between the two MCs the tenderness with which heavy to

  5. says:

    I wrote this book because I wanted to do something fun but I still ended up making myself cry, so what s new

  6. says:

    I ve never met someone who is so perfectly my favorite personI picked up Beach Read on a whim, looking for a fun distraction to while away the day and found a couple my heart won t soon forget Deeply moving and perfectly paced, Beach Read is a love story riddled with infectiously snarky banter hiding behind a somewhat ironic title This emotionally adept read was everything I didn t know I n

  7. says:

    This was a fun read, but just that At least for me I read the synopsis and I was so excited, it sounded like a romance I NEEDED to read I mean, the main characters are both authors that write totally opposite genres and they develop sort of a enemies to lovers relationship I WAS SO IN But sadly, I found it a little boring.I may be the exception here I ve only read GREAT reviews for this one

  8. says:

    Easily my favorite book of the year so far I just finished it and I already want to do a re read to spend sometime with January and Gus MY HEART This book was equal parts swooney and grumbley while also being SO self aware and I loved every little bit of it Plus, the banter in this was chef s kiss PERFECTION 10 10 do recommend TW suicide, death of a parent, adultery, cancer

  9. says:

    banter so good it pulled me out of my reading slump rereading out of jealousy for everyone who gets to read this for the first time Everybody knows I love Emily Henry.Like, it s probably gotten to the point that people who don t know anything about me or read my reviews know that Probably the people who do all they can to avoid my crossing their digital path and I imagine these people MUST exi

  10. says:

    Don t let the cover and blurb fool youThis ain t stereotypical chick lit And before anyone gets their feathers all ruffled at my use of the term chick lit.calm down I actually picked this out as one of my Book of the Month picks this April because I thought it was chick lit And, if you have read my reviews or followed me for any length of time, this would surprise you as I have traditionally NE

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