Got a gal pal? Or just love reading about feisty friendships? Check out these five reads!
The Friends We Keep by Susan Mallery
Three friends spend a little "me" time at a seaside town. One friend is a frazzled stay-at-home mom, the second friend is on fertility treatments and the third friend is recently divorced.
Author Susan Mallery has a reputation for writing with compassion and humor. She seems like she knows how to spin an entertaining read, especially since she's topped a few bestseller lists with her other books. Ahem, NY Times.
This read promises juicy conversations, wine and all the feels of a beachy escape. A winter getaway for your mind! Check it out here on Amazon.
Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah
Two complete opposite women become friends. One friend is socially awkward while the other seemingly has it all. What could wrong? Right?
This is a story that spans three decades as both women have a long history of knowing each other. There's secret pains in which they lean on each other and a little something which throws their newfound friendship into turmoil.
Sounds like an entertaining read! Check it out here on Amazon.
Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons
by Lorna Landvik
From the title and the decsription, it's apparent this is the type of story where you'll laugh, you'll cry and you won't soon forget!
Five friends create their own club. You guessed it - Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons. I'm guessing they do more than eat bon bons as the story spans over four decades and includes five fascinating characters. Check it out here on Amazon.
Friendship by Emily Gould
Nothing says "friendship" than a book named, well, Friendship!
Two life long friends face the possibility of growing apart as their lives have them literally and figuratively moving away from each other. A portrait of friendship, this story examines the highs and the lows of such a bond.
I'm guessing you might need a box of tissues for this one - maybe, I don't know for a fact, but just maybe. Check it out here on Amazon.
Going Barefoot in Greener Grass by Audry Fryer
Oh, uh, how did this get here? (wink, wink) Well, since it's here, I might as well describe it.
Two best friends since high school grow to lead opposite lives. Think, one has the family while the other has the career. It isn't long before each friend resents what each other has and takes for granted.
Filled with feel-good scenes - trust me - you won't want it to end. Check it out here and here! Oh, and here.