ARTICLE: What are your comfort reads?

This is more of a therapeutic article more than anything because I wanted to share some of my favorite books I turn to when I need comfort. This has been a tough semester for me! I have been dealing with a lot of things out of my control both in my personal life as well as my professional one. I am someone who craves harmony in my world so when people I am close to are dealing with stuff or I am feeling off center, I dive headfirst into a book. It might not be the healthiest coping mechanism, but there you have it. Sometimes any book will do, but others, when it is really bad, I turn to my comfort books. These books are nostalgic reads for me. They are books that have stuck with my for years because they burrowed a hole in my heart where they will stay.

  1. Fallen Crest High by Tijan

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2. Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines

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3. Twilight by Stephanie Meyer

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4. Embrace by Jessica Shirvington

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5. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling

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6. Broken by J.L. Drake

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7. A Wish For Us by Tillie Cole

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8. Slammed by Colleen Hoover

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9. Grip by Kennedy Ryan

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10. Easy by Tammara Webber

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2 thoughts

  1. I love Slammed and Easy!
    It’s so importat to have some comfort reads to get back to whenever you feel down. I should definitely re-read those two books again soon.

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    1. They just always make me feel warm and fuzzy again because they are books I am so familiar with that I can read them without concentrating too much! I want to reread Slammed and Easy again too soon!

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