Weekends are to basically chill. How you plan to do it, differs from person to person. After a full week of boring jobs and tedious studies, who doesn’t want those golden days off to be able to just enjoy life. While some would love to party their way out, some look for a resort into books. If you are a tad bit bored of random books and are looking for some masti, entertainment books are the best option!
Here is a list of some entertainment books that are sure to win your heart and your weekend.
No strings attached by Clare Dowling
A couple who are busy planning their wedding, a groom who goes missing, a bride who can’t seem to know what went wrong and a chilled out hot shot guy. All these pointers make this book so much fun to read. It’ll make you want to just go out and enjoy your life for once.
The Zoya Factor by Anuja Chauhan
Popular Indian author Anuja Chauhan is known for her fabulous stories that are known to get your giggle-guns on! The Zoya Factor revolves around the Indian cricket team and their lucky charm (or not) Zoya Singh Solanki. For this weekend, grab this book and we promise you the male protagonist isn’t going to let you sleep. *wink*
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender
A beautiful book about a girl whose desserts have ingredients that teach you life. A little bit of sadness, some yummy dessert treats and a lovely girl to keep you company. This entertainment book has got you covered!
The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella
Sophie Kinsella is one badass writer and you have got to read her to believe it! Samantha Sweeting has just made a blunder and a random trip to nowhere lands her a job as a housekeeper. Will she take it up? Will she be able to bake a cake when she doesn’t even know how to operate an oven? Read one of this best entertainment books to make the most of your weekend.
Tell me your dreams by Sidney Sheldon, one of the best thrilling entertainment books
Those of you who have read Sidney Sheldon know that she is one brilliant author who can keep you engrossed till the end. This particular book is a little different as it has so many twists and turns that you will lose track. Of course, the climax is simply worth all of it. ALL of it!