8 Books We Can’t Wait to Read

Although I’m a firm believer of reading anywhere in any type of weather, there’s something particularly comforting about curling up in your home on a really cold day to read a great novel. A cup of tea or a glass of wine, some really comfy clothing and the coziest blanket paired with a great book really can’t be beat. So, just in case you need a little help picking out the book (sorry, I can’t help you with the wine), here are the novels we are most excited to read over the next couple of months.

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Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson

When a desperate young mother seeks help for her child, she enters into a family experiment”she joins nine other couples in a community where the children are raised together by all the parents and the children have no knowledge of their biological beginnings. So goes the synopsis of Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson ($34). Hoping to discover that the more parents a child has they more they are loved (and by extension happy) the psychologist in charge of the Infinite Family Project, Dr. Grinds, soon finds that all families (even Utopian ones) disintegrate. We’ll read this one out of curiosity”how does the experiment turn out?

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