"Who Do You Love" by Jennifer Weiner The author of "In Her Shoes" gives you all the feels. About two kids who meet in an unexpected way…and continue to do so throughout their lives. It's like "One Day" meets "When Harry Met Sally" meets your new beach read.
“The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins Meet the new “Gone Girl.” Skimm HQ read it in a day. We’re all guilty of observing people during our commute, but this takes it to the next level — and gives new meaning to “if you see something, say something.” Things. Get. Crazy.
“The Children Act” by Ian McEwan If you like “The Good Wife,” you’ll like this. If you don’t watch it, you’ll still like this. Think: a judge. Her failing marriage. A tough courtroom choice about a boy refusing medical treatment. By the author of “Atonement.” You’ll finish this one quickly.
“Yes Please” by Amy Poehler We’re friends with Amy Poehler. In our minds, and now in our books. Her memoir includes a chapter called “Obligatory Drug Stories,” and that time Jon Hamm got upstaged by her gyno while rehearsing for an SNL episode. This will make your weekend better.
“All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr You’re already dreaming of holiday vacation…meet the book you need to pack. About two kids who grow up on opposite sides of WWII whose paths eventually cross. If you like historical fiction, you’ll love this. If you don’t like historical fiction, you’ll also love this.