6 feel-good reads brought to you by Pink Lady®

We’ve teamed up with Pink Lady® apples to bring you uplifting reads, chosen by w&h books editors Zoe West and Emma Shacklock

When you need to unwind or have time on your hands, reading is the perfect way to escape into a world of imagination. That’s why we have compiled this list of feel-good reads with Pink Lady® apples – a treat for all your senses!

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Pink Lady's feel-good reads of 2020

When Life Gives You Lemons by Fiona Gibson

When Life Gives You Lemons by Fiona Gibson

£7.99, Avon This is a real ‘smiler’ of a book. Viv is juggling the menopause, home, work, a late-life child and an expanding waistline. When she finds out her husband is having an affair, she turns tofriends for solace. You’ll be cheering her on as she explores new endeavours, including an unexpected love interest.

Only You by Kate Eberlen

Only You by Kate Eberlen

£6.99, Pan Macmillan A wonderfully romantic novel, set in Rome. Letty and Alf discover they are the only English speakers at an Italian class, and soon learn of each other’s love of dance. They come from different worlds, but as they dance around the Piazza Navona, everything changes. This tale will transport you to the Eternal City!

The Secret Seaside Escape by Heidi Swain

The Secret Seaside Escape by Heidi Swain

£7.99, Simon & Schuster Tess Tyler is in desperate need of some time to relax, particularly after making a shocking discovery. Fleeing to the seaside town of Wynmouth, which holds so many happy memories for her, Tess starts to enjoy the simpler way of life, only for the past to creep back to haunt her. A truly transporting story.

Messy, Wonderful Us by Catherine Isaac

Messy, Wonderful Us by Catherine Isaac

£8.99, Simon & Schuster Allie discovers an envelope in her grandmother’s house that casts doubt on everything she thought she knew about herself and her family. She hires a private detective, before she and best friend Ed make their way to Lake Garda to confront the past once and for all. Warm and heartfelt.

The Switch by Beth O’Leary

The Switch by Beth O’Leary

£12.99, Quercus Leena Cotton is put on a sabbatical after blowing a big presentation, and heads for her grandmother Eileen’s Yorkshire home. Meanwhile, newly single 80-year-old Eileen has exhausted the dating pool in her village. Then an idea strikes. Could swapping homes bring the second chance they’re both hoping for? An intriguing read.

Unexpected Lessons in Love by Lucy Dillon

Unexpected Lessons in Love by Lucy Dillon

£7.99, Black Swan Hopeless romantic Jeannie thinks she’s finally got it right with handsome vet Dan, whose surprise New York proposal is surely the stuff of dreams. But even for Jeannie this seems a little too perfect and, as the wedding approaches and her nerves increase, fate steps in. Sparkling and sensitive.