Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane: Family saga at its best. I whipped through this over several evenings and thoroughly enjoyed it. I’ll mention this book again when my post about family sagas goes live soon and it’s a contender for the my best reads of 2020 list already.
The Photographer of the Lost by Caroline Scott: I’d heard this being discussed on the Radio 2 Book Club. I found it an easy read, although switching between characters and time lines was a little confusing. I think the author really captured the agony of those families who were desperately still searching for their missing loved ones some three years after the end of the Great War.
After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid: This was an easy and quick read; a quirky look at how a couple try to save their marriage by separating for a whole year. The sort of book that would be ideal to read on holiday.