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16 Books Your Girlfriend Will Love | Books My Girlfriend Would Like

Whatever the occasion, birthday, Christmas, Valentines or just a random day, these are the 16 books your girlfriend will love.

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#1 Walland by Andrea Thome

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Walland is the first book in a women's fiction series by Andrea Thome. 

The author is a gifted storyteller who has a true talent for pulling her readers into the scene. Walland and the rest of the books in the Hesse Creek Series are beautifully crafted love stories! 

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Contributor: Angelle Barbazon from JKS Communications

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  1. Be sure to continue the journey with books 2 and 3.

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#2 Super Ager by Elise Marie Collins

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Gift your GF a book on how to look good, feel good and stay sharp as the years roll by. What lady does not want that, especially those of a certain age or getting close. 

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Contributor: Elise from Elise Marie Collins

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  1. This book is amazing! Highly recommend having it in your personal library, and making sure friends and family have it as well!

  2. I’ve always wondered how to keep it together as I age and what I can do not to just maintain but really enjoy and make the most of my life in a healthy way. This book is it and not just for me but for my parents and entire family.

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#3 New Erotica for Feminists by Caitlin Kunkel

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New Erotica for Feminists is a sexy but safe for work collection of subversive, silly vignettes imagining a world where women get exactly what they want: respect. 

“He calls me into his office and shuts the door...to promote me. He promotes me again and again. I am wild with ecstasy.” 

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Contributor: Brooke Preston from New Erotica for Feminists

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#4 Never Too Late: From Wannabe to Wife at 62

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How does a 62-year-old woman who's never been married find happiness with a two-time widower seeking his third wife on . . Craigslist!? Does she throw caution to the wind and relinquish her freedom, or should she take a crash course in compromises? 

Author B. Lynn Goodwin tells all and more in Never Too Late. How she was attracted to Richard's clear expectations, his honesty, and his incredible openness. She'd never met anyone like him. Would she recognize love if it knocked on her heart? And could an educated woman be happy moving into a blue-collar world? 

Whether you've been single forever, are trapped in an unhappy marriage, or you're simply curious, you'll find secrets to a happy marriage in Never Too Late. 

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Contributor: B. Lynn Goodwin from WriterAdvice

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#5 The Cards Don’t Lie: A Novel

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The Cards Don't Lie by Sue Ingalls Finan is based on real-life accounts of three seemingly disparate women -- a voodoo priestess, a pampered Creole plantation mistress and a plucky, patriotic prostitute -- as the Battle of New Orleans comes to a head. What I love about the heroines in this novel is that you can find a way to identify with each and every one of them through their emotions and personal dilemmas throughout the story. 

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Contributor: Angelle Barbazon from JKS Communications

#7 Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

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If they haven't read Charlotte Bronte's classic gothic/romantic novel Jane Eyre, it's high time they did. Not only does it tell the story of the struggles of an unloved orphan girl determined to become independent in a male dominated society as well as know love and passion despite her supposed homeliness. 

It is fraught with mystery, subtextual sensuality and more than a few dark and shocking twists. Not only is it an early feminist novel, but its publication broke shattered the glass ceiling on women writers in European society. Charlotte published it under the pseudonym Currer Bell, because the manuscript would have been rejected if proffered by a woman. 

The novel was an overwhelming sensation and the English speaking world was stunned to find it had been penned by a woman. 

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Contributor: Martin Blanco

#8 Small Great Things: A Novel

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This is a story of a black woman and the racism she endures. It forces readers to reevaluate their attitudes and the way they treat people. It’s a must-read for anyone who wants a different perspective on the issues that we are unfortunately still dealing with.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#9 Period. The End by Linda Condrillo

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Most books on menopause are written by doctors, they’re clinical. Still others are not much more than someone’s menopausal musings. The book that doesn’t exist—until now—one that blends practical information from menopausal women, accompanied by expert advice from professionals—and humor! 

The book is filled with recipes, cartoons, and personal experiences from ladies who dared to share and bare all in this light hearted, easy to read heads up on how to survive and thrive “the change of life.”

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Contributor: Linda Condrillo from LindaWriteNow 

#10 Almost French: Love and a New Life in Paris

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An Australian Journalist meets a French Lawyer, falls in love, and moves to the most romantic city in the world. Almost French appeals to Francophiles and dreamers alike.

The author, Sarah Turnbull, candidly explores the minutia of cultural differences, adjusting to life in a foreign city, and the intricacies of the French language and culture that Expat’s often miss.

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Contributor: Liam Ridings from Liam Ridings Copywriter

#11 Soul Deep in Horses: Memoir of an Equestrian Vagabond

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Soul Deep in Horses: Memoir of an Equestrian Vagabond shares the beauty, the humor, the thrills, the fun, the fear, and above all, the love that goes deep down into the soul, in my unique life irrevocably entangled with horses. 

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Contributor: Merri Melde from TheEquestrianVagabond

#12 Tevis Cup Magic by Merri Melde

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Tevis Cup Magic: Taking on the world's toughest 100 mile endurance ride puts you in the saddle, gripping the reins, racing the clock to cross the finish line in the 24 hour time limit, on one of the world's premiere 100-mile endurance rides. 

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Contributor: Merri Melde from TheEquestrianVagabond

#13 The Heart of God by Dorcas Massanga Germaine

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True story about faith and one's own spiritual gifts endowed at birth 

Who can Benefit: God's lost sheep- unbelievers and believers, from all works of life, who strayed away from Him as well as all who love Him. It forces readers to take a thorough self-examination to uncover their fears, goals, passions, strengths, and weakness. 

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Contributor: Dorcas Massanga Germaine from Barnes & Noble

#14 Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded

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 From the contributor: Buffering, Written by a YouTube star, this book teaches you about her, but in actuality about yourself. She shares her experiences with love, sexuality, family, and religion, and how they can be universally the same for everyone but also unique. Your girlfriend will definitely be able to relate to certain aspects of this book.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#15 The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

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Did you turn out based on the way you were raised or completely different? 

This book tells the story of a son, who doesn’t quite fit into the culture he was raised in. It shows his struggles with his culture and family.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#16 Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love

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This is hands down the best book on communication for couples. And what girl isn't going to appreciate a guy that wants to learn to communicate better?

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Contributor: Marie McKinney-Oates from Sister Wives Podcast

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