I decided to list ten books I’ve read which have Summer in their titles.
A YA anthology by some of my favorite indie authors, it tells the stories of four best friends. A quick and easy but well-written read.
Author Morgan Matson is a bit of a wunderkind in YA fiction. I love how her young characters are forced to deal with adult issues and this story of a teenage girl watching her father die is no exception.
Heather Burch is one of my must-read authors and I enjoyed this YA novel about two teenagers who end up stranded together on an abandoned vacation island.
I adore Elizabeth Camden’s historical fiction stories. This little prequel novella does not suffer from it’s short length. I love how Camden’s heroines have unique jobs and interests. You can download this one for free.
One of my favorite contemporary authors, I’ve never been disappointed by Denise Hunter’s books and this is one of my favorites.
6. Summer Snow
Nicole Baart is an author who makes you think and feel. This is the second book in a trilogy about Julia DeSmit whose life has its’ challenges.
One of the first books I read by author Lisa Samson, who always challenges me and pushes me outside of my comfort zone.
8-10 Summer Harbor Series
Okay, I cheated a bit, listing a series rather than book titles. Also, this is the second appearance on today’s list of author Denise Hunter. But her novels are just so sweet and I really like this series about three brothers from Maine.
Bonus: A New Shade of Summer
And for good measure here is a new release I am looking forward to, coming out when else, but summer?