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WW Book Club for November 19th — 25th, 2023: 7 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

From historical love stories to high-stakes adventures and swoony rom-coms — we've got you covered!

Welcome, fellow literature lovers to the 21st week of the Woman’s World — also known as WW — book club! This week, we’ve got everything from historical love stories to high-stakes fantasies, steamy rom-coms and cozy mysteries. No matter what kind of bookish mood you’re in, these reads are sure to bring you joy! And there’s one thing we can guarantee: These books are curated to lift your mood, lower your stress and make you feel great.

Here is our book club roundup for November 19th to November 25th — let us know which ones you end up reading and what you think. We love hearing from you! (To quickly access all our book clubs, click here.)

In the mood for a high-stakes, otherwordly adventure?

Get lost in Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros

WW Book Club: Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros
Rebecca Yarros

This electrifying, highly anticipated sequel to Fourth Wing from bestselling author Rebecca Yarros is another epic romantic fantasy tale! During training at Basgiath War College, Violet Sorrengail is put to the ultimate test to stretch dragon riders’ capacity. But the new vice commandant is out to reveal Violet’s weaknesses — unless she betrays the man she loves. Secrets are soon revealed, and Violet vows to fight back.

Looking for a charming historical whodunit?

Dive into The Proof of the Pudding by Rhys Bowen

WW Book Club: The Proof of the Pudding by Rhys Bowen
Rhys Bowen

Intrigue and adventure ensue as Lady Georgiana “Georgie” Rannoch, who is awaiting the birth of her baby, throws a party to celebrate her new chef Pierre. It all goes off without a hitch…at first. But just after the banquet, several guests become ill, and one dies — apparently poisoned by berries from the garden! Now, it’s up to Georgie to save her reputation and find the real culprit before her new chef is convicted of murder!

In the market for a hopeful historical tale set in Europe?

Immerse yourself in Take the Long Way Home by Rochelle Alers

Take the Long Way Home by Rochelle Alers (WW Book Cub)
Rochelle Alers

Set in 1950 through the present day, this vivid, emotional saga follows Claudia Patterson on her journeys in Mississippi, New York, Paris and Rome. Along the way, Claudia meets four men — Denny Clark, Robert Moore, Ashley Booth and Giancarlo Pasquale Fortenza — who challenge her to fight for happiness. This is a story about finding hope amid struggle and how our relationships shape our lives.

Searching for a magical and beautifully written novel?

Crack open The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods

The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods (ww Book club)
Evie Woods

Filled with mystical charm and memorable characters, this story takes readers from Dublin to another magical world where a vanishing bookshop casts a spell. The plot follows three strangers — Opaline, Martha, and Henry — who find their lives intertwined as they unlock secrets from the shop’s shelves. In this world of wonder, they all start to realize their own lives are just as extraordinary as the books they lose themselves in.

Needing a little extra self-love in your life?

Try Create Your Own Cozy: 100 Practical Ways to Love Your Home and Life by Liz Marie Galvan

Create Your Own Cozy: 100 Practical Ways to Love Your Home and Life by Liz Marie Galvan (ww book club)
Liz Marie Galvan

During the cold winter months, turning your home into a welcoming oasis is the key to ultimate coziness — and interior design pro and author Liz Marie Galvan says it’s easy to do! In her new book, Galvan shares savvy tricks for filling your home with beauty and serenity. Packed with tips on repurposing decor, updating rooms, self-care ideas and more, this guide helps readers make their homes and hearts a place of coziness, connection, and rest.

Yearning for a light-hearted rom-com that feels like a movie?

Fall in love with The Rom Con by Devon Daniels

The Rom Con by Devon Daniels (ww book club)
Devon Daniels

Readers will delight in this sweet and sexy rom-com, which follows Cassidy Sutton, who is dealing with the aftermath of a brutal breakup and has had enough with dating. So when her grandmother gives her a 1950’s dating guide entitled “125 Tips to Hook a Husband,” she decides to turn the old-school advice into an ironic “What not to do” article for Siren, the online women’s publication she writes for. And who better to test the old-fashioned tips on than the handsome, chauvinistic Jack Bradford — who created the rival men’s site Brawler? But Jack isn’t falling for it, and soon Cassidy has to decide if she’s going to keep playing this game of hers or drop the facade for a possible chance at true love. Perfect for fans of the movie How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days!

Interested in seasonal tales about quaint small towns?

Cozy up with The Wishing Bridge by Viola Shipman

WW Book Cub: The Wishing Bridge by Viola Shipman
Viola Shipman

Brimming with winter charm and small-town appeal, this novel by bestselling author Viola Shipman will warm hearts. After years of being a top executive in her company, Henrietta ‘Henri’ Wegner knows there are younger people gunning for her job. Thinking of a way to keep her position, Henri tells her boss she can convince her parents to sell Wegner’s — their iconic Frankenmuth, Michigan, Christmas store — to a corporation. She heads home for the holidays and slowly begins to feel the love and magic that only Christmas and family can offer. Now, what sounded fine in the boardroom loses its luster in real life. Will she focus on her career or open her heart up to something different?

Click through for more book club roundups!

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