Wednesday Wisdom:5 Most Anticipated Books Coming Out In May 

Discover the most anticipated books releasing this May! From Tom Selleck’s captivating memoir, “You Never Know,” where he shares his surprising Hollywood journey, to Christina Lauren’s “The Paradise Problem,” a delightful summer romance, this list has something for everyone. Dive into heart-pounding mysteries, heartwarming family tales, and historical adventures with these must-read books. Whether you’re a fan of Hollywood legends or historical fiction, these stories will transport you to captivating worlds.

You Never Know: A Memoir by Tom Selleck and Ellis

In “You Never Know,” Tom Selleck spills the beans on his surprising Hollywood journey. Forget the overnight success story. Selleck reveals a path filled with chance encounters and unexpected turns. He shares honest reflections on both the glitz and the challenges of fame, including the fight to balance career and family.

You’ll also get fascinating glimpses into his friendships with Hollywood legends like Frank Sinatra. Selleck’s down-to-earth humor and genuine personality shine through, making this a delightful read for any fan or anyone curious about the life behind the mustache.

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The Paradise Problem by Christina Lauren

The Paradise Problem by Christina Lauren is a fun summer romance with a twist. Anna, an artist struggling financially, and West, the uptight heir to a grocery empire, are reunited after a surprise: their college marriage was never annulled! To secure a hefty inheritance, they pretend to be a loving couple while vacationing with West’s eccentric family on a private island.

Expect hilarious situations, sizzling chemistry, and a heartwarming journey as Anna and West rediscover the spark they once shared. This book tackles class differences and family drama with humor, making it a perfect beach read.

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If Something Happens to Me by Alex Finlay

Alex Finlay’s “If Something Happens to Me” throws you into a heart-pounding mystery. Ryan, vacationing abroad, receives devastating news: his missing girlfriend’s car found submerged with two dead men. A haunting note hints at foul play.

The story races across continents as Ryan desperately searches for answers. Meanwhile, a young deputy in Kansas and a Philadelphia mobster with a tragic past become unexpectedly entangled.

Finlay masterfully weaves these seemingly separate threads into a thrilling tapestry, filled with shocking twists that will keep you guessing until the very end. Buckle up for a fast-paced ride you won’t want to put down.

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The Guncle Abroad by Steven Rowley

The Guncle is back! Five years after stepping in for his grieving niece and nephew, Patrick (the Guncle) returns in “The Guncle Abroad.” This time, the chaos is sunny-side up as they jet off to Italy for their dad’s wedding.

Maisie and Grant aren’t thrilled, and Patrick uses his signature brand of wacky charm to turn their frowns upside down (and maybe convince them of their new stepmom’s merits). Expect laughs, heartwarming moments, and a touch of Italian flair in this sequel to the beloved “The Guncle.”

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The Hazelbourne Ladies Motorcycle and Flying Club by Helen Simonson

“The Hazelbourne Ladies Motorcycle and Flying Club” by Helen Simonson, a delightful historical fiction novel set in 1919 England. It follows Constance, a woman on the verge of losing her job and home due to societal changes after World War I.

The story takes a charming turn when Constance joins a group of women who defy expectations by riding motorcycles and flying planes. But beneath the fun adventures, the novel explores a deeper theme: the fight for women’s independence in a returning peacetime that wants them back in traditional roles.

If you enjoy coming-of-age stories, a touch of romance, and a dash of historical intrigue, this book is a quick and heartwarming read.

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