Hey book friends! Let’s talk about the 5 Reese’s Book Club picks on my Autumn TBR pile this year! If you’ve visited my Bookstagram, you know I’m horrible at sticking to my TBRs. This summer, I stumbled on Reese’s Book Club on Instagram and the books she’s picked look amazing! When I went searching for the whole list of book club picks since 2017, these five really stood out to me. So let’s talk about the Reese’s Book Club picks that I want to read this Autumn.
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5 Reese’s Book Club Picks on my Autumn TBR
WRONG PLACE, WRONG TIME by Gillian McAllister
WRONG PLACE, WRONG TIME is the book that sparked this TBR, even though I rarely stick to structured TBRs. The entire premise of this book is a woman looking out the window late at night and seeing her son murder another man. When she wakes up the next morning, the murder hasn’t happened yet because it’s the day before. And then she wakes up again and it’s the day before that.
I love time travel books. So very much. And it’s not only a time travel book, but a thriller! I can easily see myself being sucked into this twisted tale.
WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING by Delia Owens
WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING was on almost every TBR pile I saw this summer and oh my gosh, it looks amazing! It’s the story of Kya, a young girl who’s been living alone in a North Carolina marsh. Set in the 1960s, the locals immediately cast blame on Kya when someone is found dead. It looks like the book focuses on Kya’s trial and there’s even a little love story when the attentions of two young men falls on her.
I haven’t seen the movie yet but this book sounds incredible! It’s been calling to me from my bookshelf since I bought it.
SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE by Tia Williams
SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE grabbed my attention because it centers around two authors who meet at a literary event. The rest of the world doesn’t know that they met fifteen years earlier and that they’ve been secretly writing to each other in their books.
Oh my gosh, how romantic is that?! Plus, she’s a single mom who writes erotic romance! I really can’t believe I haven’t picked this book up sooner, for as often as I’ve seen it raved about on Bookstagram. And second chance romances are my jam so I expect to love this one!
THE CHRISTIE AFFAIR by Nina de Gramont
I added THE CHRISTIE AFFAIR to my TBR in March through Book of the Month and am a little embarrassed that I haven’t picked it up yet. Agatha Christie fascinates me, not only as a female mystery author in the 1920s but everything about her, including the fact that she disappeared for eleven days! This book follows Nan, the mistress of Agatha’s husband, Archie, and how she inserts herself into their lives, wanting to destroy their marriage and have Archie for herself.
I am very eager to read THE CHRISTIE AFFAIR because I’ve been slowly working my way through Christie’s books and I love them! I have a feeling this is going to be one of my favorite reads of the year … once I get to it.
LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE by Celeste Ng
This is another book I don’t know why I’ve waited so long to read. I love books where there are so-called “perfect” families and then someone comes in and upsets everything. These books never fail to catch my attention because nothing is as perfect as it seems.
LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE follows to women in this community. One who follows all the rules and one who disregards them. When family friends want to adopt a Chinese-American baby, the town ends up divided and these two women find themselves on different sides of the battle.
This sounds like an epic thriller and I am so looking forward to reading it this autumn!