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One of the best things to do before going to bed is reading an awesome book. Reading about the characters, the places where the characters are is incredibly amazing. Reading books is great for a good night sleep too, especially these books:


The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg

George Sand (lead character) was one of the most fascinating women of the 19th century, so Elizabeth Berg’s choice to create a scandalous and passionate story about her was a wise one. Through many affairs with famous cultural influencers of the time and a decidedly unconventional life, she still has to search to find herself.


The Milliner’s Secret by Natalie Meg Evans

Londoner Cora Masson has reinvented herself as Coralie de Lirac, fabricating an aristocratic background to launch herself as a fashionable milliner. When the Nazis invade, the influence of a high-ranking lover, Dietrich, saves her business. But while Coralie retains her position as designer to a style-hungry elite, Paris is approaching its darkest hour. (Source: bookhub.com).


The Other Daughter by Lauren Willig

Do you like books with family drama? Then this novel is for you. After Rachel’s mother dies, she finds a picture of the father she thought was dead, along with his daughter, making her an illegitimate child. She decides to secretly infiltrate their society to find out more about them, until she starts to like her half-sister, while simultaneously falling in love with her fiancé. This book is full of surprising twists and turns. The perfect thing to have on your mind before going to bed!


Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

McLain has created a wonderfully rich story with the real-life character of Beryl Markham, an adventurer, author, and aviator who was re-discovered in the 1980s after a letter from Ernest Hemingway was uncovered praising Markham’s book. McLain’s take demonstrates an independent and eccentric woman who gets caught up in a passionate love triangle.


The Truth According to Us by Annie Barrows

This coming-of-age saga set in small town, Depression-era West Virginia is a delightful addition to Annie Barrows’s work. After a reluctant new journalist begins to chronicle family secrets of the Romeyn family, their lives are changed forever. Don’t pass up the chance to read this book!