One of my favourite things to do on a summer holiday is to get stuck into a good book. There is no better feeling than the sun on your face, the sand between your toes, and an unputdownable book in your hands. Today we’re introducing our summer book club reads which will be reviewed by the lovely Emma Kingston from Year of the Yes, our very own editor Lauren, and RMS founder Mrs O’Shea.

The Life and Death of Sophie Stark | Anna North | {Contemporary Fiction}

“It’s hard for me to talk about love. I think movies are the way I do that.” Sophie Stark is a film maker who creates films based on the stories of her loved ones. But will she pay a price for doing so? Find out by reading the book here.

The Mistake I Made | Paula Daly | {Thriller}

Roz is a single mum whose life is a mess. Her business has gone under and she is thousands of pounds in debt. Then a stranger makes her an offer she can’t refuse. A modern day Indecent Proposal? Find out here.

Without a Doubt | Marcia Clark | {Biography}

I don’t know about you but I was hooked on the BBC2 series ‘The People v OJ Simpson’ and cannot wait to read the chief prosecutor’s version of events. You can buy it here.

Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy | Helen Fielding | {Literary Fiction}

The nation’s favourite singleton returns with her hilarious tales of online dating and parenting mishaps. The film is out later on this year…stay ahead of the game and read the book first, which you can buy at Amazon.

Join us in the first week of June for Emma’s review of The Life and Death of Sophie Stark. Do let us know if you plan to read along.

  • The Life And Death Of Sophie Stark
  • The Mistake I made
  • Mad About The Boy
  • Without A Doubt