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WW Book Club April 16th – April 22nd: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

This week we're sharing our favorite new books — from romance to cozy mystery, historical fantasy and more! Savor them all!

Welcome to the WW book club! This week, we’re sharing our favorite new books in a variety of genres. From romance, cozy mysteries, historical fantasy 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 April 16th – April 22nd, 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.)


The Kiss Countdown by Etta Easton

The Kiss Countdown by Etta Easton (WW Book Club)

A sweet, sparkling love story unfolds in this debut novel written by Etta Easton! Event planner Amerie Price is struggling: She’s jobless and single, then she runs into her smug ex and his new flame at her go-to coffee shop. Panicked, she pretends to be dating Vincent Rogers — the irritatingly handsome man she just met. Turns out Vincent is an astronaut and he agrees to fake – date Amerie. But their attraction starts to feel out of this world!

Cozy Mystery

The Poison Pen by Paige Shelton

The Poison Pen by Paige Shelton (WW Book Club)
Minotaur Books

Chaos and adventure unfold in this historical whodunit when bookseller Delaney Nichols’ boss tasks her with investigating a relic found on his friend Jolie’s property. But when Delaney arrives, she’s met by a legal team with a vested interest in Jolie’s estate. Then Delaney goes to examine the precious item and she’s shaken up by a scream and another discovery: a body. Now, she vows to follow the clues and crack the case fast — or else!

Historical Fantasy

The Familiar by Leigh Bardugo

The Familiar by Leigh Bardugo (WW Book Club)
Flatiron Books

Leigh Bardugo is the author of bestsellers like Six of Crows and Shadow and Bone — and she is a master at crafting spellbinding tales! Her latest follows Luzia Cotado, who gets through her long days as a servant by using scraps of magic. When her secret powers are discovered, she soon garners notice from Antonio Peréz, the disgraced secretary to Spain’s king. Then, Luzia is plunged into a riveting world of danger, fraud and magic.

Christian Romance

The Songbird of Hope Hill by Kim Vogel Sawyer

The Songbird of Hope Hill by Kim Vogel Sawyer (WW Book Club)

This heartwarming, hopeful saga inspired by true events follows Birdie Clarkson, who is desperate for an escape from her reality. She jumps at the chance at a better life when Reverend Isaiah Overly offers to take her to Hope Hill — the haven he opened with his wife to help women like Birdie read and write. What follows is an uplifting tale of redemption and God’s love for all people.


Less Stress, More Calm by Lauren Hodges, Ed.D

Less Stress, More Calm by Lauren Hodges, Ed.D.(WW Book Club)
Sound Wisdom

When we get bogged down by the daily hustle and bustle, it’s easy to slip into a stress spiral. But in her brand – new book, author Lauren Hodges, founder of Performance on Purpose, shares practical and wise insight on how to let go of stress and let in more calm. Filled with science-backed research, tricks to identify “Stress Personalities” and a host of interactive exercises — like reflection questions, meditation and visualizing a relaxing experience from your memory — each page is a guide toward a life of ongoing joy and peace.

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

WW Book Club April 9th – April 15th: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

WW Book Club April 2nd – April 8th: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

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

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