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crosbytoews · a day ago
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If you liked Beach Read by Emily Henry (which duh you did), you should DEFINITELY check out her new book, People We Meet On Vacation! I screamed like 27 times while reading it I loved it so much.
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kimchislug · a day ago
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anyway whatever I finished beach read and it was very corny but I needed that and enjoyed it. any light reads (or not, whatever!) you recommend would be very appreciated thank you
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kimchislug · 2 days ago
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gave up my hair appointment to my best friend so this is what we’re left with today
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the-loverslibrary · 2 days ago
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for April’s Book of the Month i chose People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry! i’ve never read anything by EH before, but i’ve got a couple of her books on my tbr list, and everything i’ve seen about this book so far has been mostly positive, so i’m pretty excited. the first 20 or so pages have gotten me hooked already.
i’ll also admit, i am a girl who loves the classics. many of the books in my tbr stacks on my desk are classics. but i’m right at the end of school (one week left!!!) and this book gives me a good summer feeling! i’ll pick the classics back up soon :)
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thoughtkick · 3 days ago
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It’s true that nothing has the potential to hurt so much as loving someone, but nothing heals like it either.
Emily Henry, The Love That Split the World
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pocketcanvases · 7 days ago
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literary moodboards ★ beach read - emily henry (x)
“when you love someone, you want to make this world look different for them. to give all the ugly stuff meaning, and amplify the good. that’s what you do. for your readers. for me. you make beautiful things, because you love the world, and maybe the world doesn’t always look how it does in your books, but... i think putting them out there, that changes the world a little bit. and the world can’t afford to lose that.”
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and-one-fine-morning · 11 days ago
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“Love, after all, was often made not of shiny things but practical ones. Ones that grew old and rusted only to be repaired and polished. Things that got lost and had to be replaced on a regular basis.” -Emily Henry, Beach Read
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and-one-fine-morning · 11 days ago
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beach read but no beach :/ 🏖
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myownlittlebookcorner · a month ago
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Falling’s the part that takes your breath away. It’s the part when you can’t believe the person standing in front of you both exists and happened to wander into your path. 
It’s supposed to make you feel lucky to be alive, exactly when and where you are.
Beach Read // Emily Henry
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libraryofbooksandtea · 2 months ago
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Top Ten Tuesday: Valentine’s Day/Love Freebie
Top Ten Tuesday: Valentine’s Day/Love Freebie
Hey friends! Today I am doing this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, which is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, and the topic is Valentine’s Day/Love Freebie. I have decided that I am going to share with you 5 romance books that I have read and enjoyed, and 5 that I want to read, hopefully soon. I don’t really read a lot of romance, so this seemed like the easiest way for me to do this…
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jamesbvck · 2 months ago
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i’m nearly through beach read and i don’t want it to end 😩😩
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aurorasbookstash · 2 months ago
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Romance writer January and literary author Gus are both struggling with a case of writer’s block. They also happen to be neighbors for the summer and have a spotty history. A tentative truce results in a dare: January will try to write a literary novel and Gus will write a love story. In the process of conducting field research together, sparks inevitably fly.
I liked Beach Read. It didn’t blow me away, but it has loads of charm and charisma. I appreciated the slow-developing, second-chance friendship between January and Gus; it made it easy to understand and like them as individuals and as a couple. That being said, first person is not my preferred POV, so the novel’s heavier points would probably have had more impact for me had they been told in 3rd person limited.
Gus was a solid leading man, if a little aloof. I liked January and thought she was a mostly level-headed, sensible narrator. However, there were times when she seemed to flip-flop in and out of character. I felt like this happened most when the plot began to drag and I wished that certain scenes had just been shaved down or cut entirely instead of making January use her Jump to Conclusions mat (Office Space joke) for the sake of some crumbly bits of angst.
This book is genuine with its emotional heart and definitely funny, sometimes unintentionally so. For example, sitting across from someone in an Olive Garden booth and trying to sexy-play with their knee under the table struck me as hilarious. Like January, I’m a shorter than average person and the booth tables at Olive Garden are wide as fuck, so it would be difficult for my partner to even find my knee, let alone flirt with it.
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alexandrasreads · 2 months ago
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Oh my god... I loved this book. Beach Read by Emily Henry removes you from the life you live and places you directly into January and Gus's life. This story follows January as she starts to learn more about herself, her family, and the meaning of love. While the plot may seem predictable, there is so much depth to the characters that really surprised me. - One of my favorite things about this book was the character flaws. January and Gus both have their fair share of baggage but aren't going out of their way to try and hide it. Sure, Gus is mysterious and secretive, but those are some of the things that make him a flawed character. Another thing I loved was how aware January was about being a cliche- she constantly reminds herself to not be the 'dumb bunny' which I find self-aware and hilarious. Like, she knows that falling for the 'bad boy' that she knew in college was a cliche and yet she still does it! - I really would recommend this book to several people. If you're in a reading slump, this'll get you out. If you are trying to get into romance, this will be the final push! And if you just want something light... this book is perfect.
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yourlocal-bookclub · 2 months ago
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Beach Read,
Poolside ☀️
I’m excited to start this one!
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chasingpagesquotes · 2 months ago
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Happy. Not giddy or overjoyed, but that low, steady level of happiness that, in the best periods of life, rides underneath everything else, a buffer between you and the world you are walking over
Emily Henry, Beach Read
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chasingpagesquotes · 2 months ago
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Because you're the bright light! Don't you get it? It's not about what's happened. It's about how you cope with things, who you are. You've always been this fierce fucking light, and even when you're at your worst, when you feel angry and broken, you still know how to be a person. How to tell people you love them.
Emily Henry, Beach Read
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chasingpagesquotes · 2 months ago
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It felt like the first few seconds of a burn, when you couldn't tell whether it was heat or cold burrowing into your skin but knew either way it would leave damage.
Emily Henry, Beach Read
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