Explicit, yes. However, the character development prevented me from putting these down. You will certainly find yourself skimming over the 'explicit' just to get on with the story to try and understand this couple. It's been a fun read, better if you have a friend to talk to about it because it's hard to explain why it is addictive until you pick it up for yourself.
The Capitol parade of tributes. Check out the head dress on Glimmer.
Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas is a 2001 novel by James Patterson that argues the importance of balance within one's life. Two interwoven stories are told throughout the novel. The framing story is based on Katie Wilkinson, a New York City book editor, whose relationship with poet Matthew Harrison ends suddenly. During this period, Katie learns about Matt's past through the diary written by Suzanne.
Absolutely adore Nicholas Sparks
Oceans Apart, Karen Kingsbury
One of My Faves of Elin Hilderbrand.