Favorite Chick-Lits in 2019

Hello Readers! 2019 was full of romance, Chick-Lits and Women’s Fiction. I read max books in this genres. So, I’m excited to list my favorite Chick-Lits of the year.

Here’s a list of my favorite Chick-Lits in no particular order-

1. Love To Prove You Wrong

This was cute, fun and entertaining short novel in Old Pine Cove series. It was hate to love and character falling in love with celebrity arc. The setting was charming . People community of this small town made it more entertaining. I enjoyed reading all characters. Paparazzi, drama, and jealousy added spice in the story. Overall, it was light, sweet and fun read.

2. Willow by Grace Parks

This is not very popular series and I wonder why! This, First in Paper Lane Club Series, was about social media vs anti-social media. I loved Willow’s idea of dinner club at Paper Lane café. Willow’s relationship with her sister and other club members was great. Romance was cute. It was not 5 star read but I enjoyed it.

3. The Secret to Falling in Love

This was about Melissa’s challenge of living without phone and internet and finding love in old-fashioned way. For a person whose life was surrounded by insta, tweeter, facebook, dating apps, emails and online shopping, it looked quiet daunting. And what a character this was, she completed this challenge wonderfully. Her life before the challenge and her experience with virtual free reality and pros and cons of technology she experienced during challenge in her refreshing voice was charm of the book. Overall, it was lighthearted, relatable, refreshing chick lit.

4. The Accidental life swap

It was lovely countryside romance that revolved around Rebecca who accidentally got a chance to live her boss’ life. Book was beautifully narrated in meek Rebecca’s voice which was not that refreshing but definitely realistic. Picturesque countryside, Little Heaton, Vanessa’s holiday home and animal sanctuary was amazing. You cannot not notice quirky animals and their name in this book especially those feathery chickens and wandering donkey. I grew to love them all along with characters. Overall, it was fun, light-hearted, fast paced with interesting plot.

5. When Polly Met Olly

It was wonderfully written heartwarming and thought-provoking chick- lit and a lovely romance. Again it was not 5 star but I enjoyed this book that showed quirks of dating more of how dating agency works. The plot was filled with wit, humor, romance and insight. Overall, it was intriguing, lovely, witty chick-lit and romantic story of Polly and Olly.

Let’s discuss!

Have you read any of these books?
Which genre you read most in 2019?

Happy Reading!!

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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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