New Adult/Adult Books with Travel Recommendations

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Here are some New Adult and Adult books that have their main character traveling to some fabulous places! Thanks for watching 🙂 The Books: Finding It by Cora …

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13 Comments

  1. I love your recommendations ?? thank you!!

  2. Ryan Flack says:

    I love all the videos you make they are so helpful and I love watching them!!! (:

  3. SolMeansSun says:

    Loved this video I need to check them out. 🙂
    I don't know if you'd read The Edge of Never by JA Redmerski, it is a very popular book as far asI know. But I really liked it. It deals with travel in the U.S though. :D

  4. Quinn Bowman says:

    You need to check out the Study Abroad series by Jessica Peterson. The series follows a group of girls that take a semester abroad in Spain. There are two books out, both really good and the next is coming out soon.

  5. Beatrice M says:

    Great recommendations! I've been looking for more of these. the only travel NA book I've read was The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski. thank you for these!

  6. I just read Losing it and really enjoyed it! Glad to hear the the other books are enjoyable as well! Racing the Sun sounds so great, I am going to have to check that one out for sure! :D

  7. I really liked Love in English!!! I really liked the Mateo!!! I have not read the sequel yet.

  8. Kaitlin says:

    Ahh, I feel like I would love Finding It! I haven't started the Losing It series (though I have the first book on hold as an ebook from my library), but I absolutely adore the Rusk University books!

  9. Is your e-reader an iPad? I've thought about reading a Karen Moning book…so they are really good?

  10. Tammy Rolls says:

    Gabriel's Inferno by Sylvain Reynard takes place first in Toronto Canada then in Italy, it's a good series.

  11. I love your videos. Great recommendations. Also you amaze me how you never forget about the book you're talking about, everything flows easily lol awesome job

  12. I love all these recommendations and am looking forward to hearing your thoughts about Love in English, it sounds really good!

  13. Crystal Ann says:

    I have to get Karen Moning's book, not only does it sound interesting but that cover is gorgeous.You might enjoy Upside Down by Lia Riley. The female main character running from a tragic past travels to Australia for a few months and falls in love with a local guy (who is one of my all time favorite book boyfriends) who is as emotionally broken as she is.

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