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A good book to read while lounging by the pool or beach is an important summer staple. The perfect waterside companion is a light, fluffy, feel-good book or a fast-paced thriller to enjoy in full daylight hours. Here are a few to add to your to-be-read pile this season.

Malibu Rising

After the success of Daisy Jones and the Six and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, Taylor Jenkins Reid has graced us with her next release, Malibu Rising. Set in Malibu in 1983, Malibu Rising follows the events surrounding an annual end-of-summer party from a cast of perspectives, including intertwining storylines, family drama, and a fiery conclusion.

Act Your Age, Eve Brown

The third installment in The Brown Sisters series by Talia Hibbert was released in March, just in time for you to pick up this popular rom-com before heading out the door. Haven’t you always wanted to fall in love with someone after hitting them with your car? Witty, funny, and steamy – Talia Hibbert delivers it all.

One Last Stop

An LGBTQ romance starring August and love interest Jane who is literally displaced from the 1970s punk scene – and it’s written by the acclaimed author of Red White & Royal Blue? What else do we need to say? One Last Stop is a must-read this summer!

Survive the Night

A campus killer is on the loose and our heroin might just be stuck in a car with him. Riley Sager’s next installment is a non-stop thrill ride with twists, turns, and the tropes you love. Survive the Night is hard to not read all of in one sitting.

Every Vow You Break

A psychological thriller following a new bride being haunted by her biggest mistake, caught in a terrifying nightmare. Every Vow You Break will make your skin crawl, but, like, in a fun way! Get spooked as you fly through the new Peter Swanson release.

Read more summer ideas on the Olympus Midtown blog.