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WW Book Club March 26th – April 1st: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

Welcome to the WW book club! This week, we’re sharing our favorite new books in a variety of genres. From chick lit, historical romances to cozy mysteries, magical realism and more, these reads are sure to entertain! And there’s another thing we can guarantee: These books will lift your mood, lower your stress and help you feel great.

Here is our WW book club roundup for March 26th – April 1st, 2024 Let us know which ones you end up reading and what you think. We love hearing from you! (To quickly access all our WW book club recommendations, click here.)

Cozy Mystery 

A Midnight Puzzle by Gigi Pandian

A Midnight Puzzle by Gigi Pandian (WW Book Club)
Minotaur Books

An eerie booby trap, hidden secrets and a puzzle to solve… this whodunit penned by Gigi Pandian has it all. Tempest Raj’s family business, Secret Staircase Construction, is under attack after former client Julian tries to blame his wife’s accident on a flaw in their craftsmanship. But Tempest knows they’re being framed. When Julian is later found dead, Tempest starts investigating to put the pieces together and save her business!

Magical Realism 

The Waves Take You Home by María Alejandra Barrios Vélez

The Waves Take You Home by María Alejandra Barrios Vélez (WW Book Club)
Lake Union Publishing

This rich, heartfelt family saga follows Violeta Sanoguera, who left Colombia for NYC in pursuit of her dreams. One day she gets word that her grandmother has died and Violeta heads back to Columbia. But suddenly she’s joined by her grandmother’s ghost, who sends her signs and messages. What follows is a powerful tale of family and charting your own destiny.

Chick Lit

Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle

Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle (WW Book Club)
Atria Books

Bestselling author Rebecca Serle is known for her novels that explore matters of the heart — and her latest follows suit! On every first date for 20 years, the universe has sent Daphne Bell a slip of paper with the man’s name and a number telling her the exact amount of time she’ll spend with him. But when she meets Jake, his paper has no number. As their romantic story unfolds, Daphne wonders what finding love really means.

Historical Romance 

The Love Remedy by Elizabeth Everett

The Love Remedy by Elizabeth Everett (WW Book Club)
Berkley

Memorable characters and steamy moments combine in this charming love story. Lucinda “Lucy” Peterson owns a Victorian apothecary. But when her perfected formula to treat croup goes missing, she blames a rival apothecary and hires a grumpy private investigator, Jonathan Thorne. As the two work side by side, their mutual attraction is undeniable. Soon, the case unravels secrets and their possible future together.

Nonfiction

Floristry: 14 Seasonal Projects to Enjoy in Your Home by Milli Proust

Floristry: 14 Seasonal Projects to Enjoy in Your Home by Milli Proust (WW Book Club)
Quadrille Publishing

Simply gazing at flowers is study-proven to boost mood and enhance feelings of contentment, and bringing blooms indoors adds an instant dose of joy to your home! In her new book, florist Milli Proust offers a lovely guide to creating bouquets, wreaths, tablescapes and arrangements. With pro instructions and tips — like how to condition flowers before working with them and the best time to pick them — readers will be able to usher blooming beauty into their homes year-round!


Missed our last few book clubs? Click through the links below!

WW Book Club March 19th — March 25th: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

WW Book Club March 17th — March 23rd: 5 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

WW Book Club March 10th — March 16th: 7 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

And for all of our book club roundups, click here!

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