It’s summer time and the sun is shining! Embrace the sunny days that lie ahead with these light and sunny titles available for you to read from the Livingston Public Library’s digital collections!
The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green
Ronni has a terminal illness. At one time she was an actress who left her home of London to make it big in Hollywood, but at home she wasn’t so glamorous. With a tendency to be narcissistic she ended up alienating her three daughters. However, after learning of her illness, her daughters come home to be with their mother once again. It’s a story about family, about life, and about sisterhood.
The Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery
Sisters Sunshine and Margot and their female ancestors have all been unlucky in love. Seriously, it transcends generations. However, in this novel the sisters begin to learn how they can take their disasters and transform them into destiny. As an etiquette coach, Margot teaches her clients to fit in, but her latest client is quite the challenge. Plus, there’s something about her client’s son that is intriguing– will a romance bloom? Will it last?
A Bad Day for Sunshine by Darynda Jones
Let’s travel to New Mexico, where the summers are so intensely hot that you can fry an egg on the pavement. In this novel that promises to make you LOL, a kidnapper is on the loose, and it is up to Sheriff Sunshine to find out who the kidnapper is that is terrorizing her hometown.
The Woman Who Walked in Sunshine by Alexander McCall Smith
If you love mysteries, you will adore this installment of the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency. Things are slowing down for the summer, so Ramotswe, the esteemed proprietor of the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, decides to take a vacation. The promise of relaxing days lie ahead, but she can’t seem to relax. When she checks back into the agency she find that they are in the midst of handling a very important case that teaches her the value of caring and compassion.
Sunrise on Halfmoon Bay by Robyn Carr
Adele and Justine have never been close. They’re sisters but they’re also twenty years apart. When Adele dropped out of college to care for her ailing parents, Justine, a lawyer, helped out financially. Now their parents, are gone, and Adele doesn’t know how to live for herself. Justine, always immersed with work, now finds her marriage failing. Neither know what the future holds, but they do know that they must be there for each other.
-Jessica, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian