10 Audible Books Best Sellers Update 05/2022

Audible Books Best Sellers

Soon, you’ll be able to read outside and enjoy the sunshine.

As long as you have your next favorite book and a picnic basket, you can listen to Audible anywhere. Reese Witherspoon has a book club that you should check out. You’ll soon be making it your goal to read or listen to something new every day.

There is a 30-day free trial for Audible if you haven’t tried it yet. You’ll also be able to listen to podcasts and even use sleep tracks to get a good night’s sleep.

As an avid reader, I make it a goal to read at least 50 pages of my favorite genre, which is rom-com. I can usually finish a book in a day if it’s good. Keep in mind that even though I download a lot of books and go to the library, this is the only list you’ll need for spring 2022.

Not only that, but I’ve been working with publishers to read some of the most-anticipated new releases before they come out. These authors include Georgia Clark, Colleen Hoover, Rebecca Serle, and Josie Silver.

Here are 20 of the best spring books you can buy for your own library this year. They’re all great reads. Time to let my inner book critic and Goodreads five-star-rater out.

“One Italian Summer” by Rebecca Serle

One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle

Rebekah Serle is the best at writing realistic stories, and “One Italian Summer” is no exception to her record. The cover of this new book isn’t the only reason it’s on most book lists. It shows a beautiful view of the Italian Riviera.

Her mother died, so Katy goes on a trip alone to Positano, a southern town known for its lemons and sea views. It’s one of the most thought-provoking books I’ve read this year. It talks about finding out who you are, coping with grief on your own terms, and finding magic along the way.

“Island Time” by Georgia Clark

Through Georgia Clark’s writing, I’ve been able to meet some very inspiring people, and she has been one of them. “Island Time” is the title of her new movie. It tells the story of a family who gets stuck on an island in Australia after a volcano erupts. It’s a great book to take with you on vacation or to read when the sun is out.

When Clark puts her characters together, they all have different personalities and different stories to tell. This makes this book stand out from the rest, because Clark does a great job. It also talks about gender equality, authenticity, and living life one day at a time, but these aren’t the main points.

“Good Eggs” by Rebecca Hardiman

Oh, how sweet Rebecca Hardiman’s first book is. “Good Eggs” focuses on three generations of an Irish family with a sense of humor. When a home helper comes into their lives, they start to fight.

An eighty-three-year-old has a lot of wisdom in this quick read. It makes you think that life is never too late to start living and that no family is perfect, and that’s just part of what fills your cup.

“One Night on the Island” by Josie Silver

One Night on the Island by Josie Silver

One Day in December and The Two lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver are two books I’ve already read. I’d read them again, but “One Night on the Island” is a new book by the same author.

Charming rom-com: Cleo flees from her job as an editor and goes to a remote Irish island to celebrate her 30th birthday in this movie. But when she gets there, a handsome Boston native is already making herself at home in what should have been Cleo’s rental home.

This “opposites attract” book is heartfelt and gave me all the feels. It’s very easy to read (seriously, I was on the brink of tears at times). You should read it. It’s amazing and well worth the time.

“In a New York Minute” by Kate Spencer

“In a New York Minute” by Kate Spencer is one of the best rom-coms I’ve read in a while.

She loses her job as an interior designer and her dress gets caught in a New York City subway door. As if her day couldn’t get any worse, it does. Then, when a well-dressed man gives her his jacket, they end up getting a lot of attention on social media because they look great.

You’ll have to read it to find out the rest, but I couldn’t put this one down. I’m so glad I did. There was a lot of modern-day language that I also liked, and it’s very relatable if you’re in Generation Z or the younger generation. This one is a real find!

“Reminders of Him” by Colleen Hoover

Oh, Colleen Hoover. I love you. I’ve read a lot of her books, like “November 9” and “Verity,” but “Reminders of Him” was the most heart-wrenching and well-written.

It was a terrible accident that led to Kenna spending five years in prison. After that, she wants to do two things: (1) reinvent herself and (2) get back in touch with her daughter. When she meets a bartender who is the only person who knows where she came from, things get interesting.

You won’t regret reading this book, even though it’s a little heavier than some of the other books on the list.

“The Love Hypothesis” by Ali Hazelwood

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

The Love Hypothesis has been getting a lot of attention because it’s new. Those who love science, college and all things academic will enjoy this book the most.

I especially liked this college-based story, which was about a bright PhD student and a professor with a cold heart. If you’re a fan of traditional rom-com movies, this book is for you. It’s another one that you should read (it gets very steamy).

“Weather Girl” by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Obviously, I had to read “Weather Girl” because I work for a newspaper. Fans of Rachel Lynn Solomon’s other book, “The Ex Talk,” will love this one. The meteorologist and sports reporter relationship was unique and fun to read about.

It’s also relatable to everyone, with hints of mental health advocacy and a lot of weather-themed puns, metaphors, and proverbs.

 “The Singles Table” by Sara Desai

Sara Desai’s new book, “The Marriage Game,” is full of Indian culture and romance, which I love. After a bad breakup, Zara is used to sitting at the singles table at weddings. She happens to bump into someone she doesn’t like: Jay.

The celebrity-obsessed lawyer, Zara, agrees to help Jay find a match for her as long as he connects her to his list of friends. There are a lot of twists and turns. It’s well-written and a great book to read in the summer.

“Without a Hitch” by Mary Hollis Huddleston and Asher Fogle Paul

As a new author, “Without a Hitch” is one of those books that I keep coming back to for inspiration. Written by two people who have worked in the wedding planning business, “Without a Hitch” tells the story of Lottie, a twenty-something who gets a job at a high-end wedding boutique firm where she plans extravagant, flower-filled ceremonies.

Lottie’s ex-boyfriend is getting married, and she has to help plan it. This book looks at southern charm in a new way. It also talks about facing your fears and, maybe, falling in love.

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