Despite the warming temperatures, winter is very much here to stay for a a little while longer, which means your days spent cozying up with a blanket and a book aren't quite over yet. This week, I've got three delicious new books for your cold-weather reading — and all three recommended books are by women.
Jojo Moyes is back this week with the latest installment of the Louisa Clark series, Still Me. You may remember Lou as the zany and lovable caretaker from the widely beloved (and just as widely criticized) book Me Before You. In Still Me, the third book of the series, Lou sets off to find a new life in New York City and finds herself torn between her old self and the person she's becoming.
This week also brings a nonfiction many single women will want to read: The Love Gap, a research-based examination of why it's so freakin' hard to find a relationship when you're a successful, smart woman.
And for readers who prefer their winter reading with a side of espionage, Need To Know is the thriller everyone will be talking about in 2018. Written by CIA agent Karen Cleveland while on maternity leave, the book is a riveting, heart-pounding adventure that circles one of the most touchy topics of the past few years: Russian interference in American politics.
These three new books are all out on Jan. 23, and you need to them to your reading list ASAP: