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Anyone have any reccomendations for good HM beach reads?  I'm look for light fluffy stuff like Chelsea Handler, the Shopaholic series, sex and the city, not too serious to distract me from margerita drinking :) 

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    edited December 2011
    Ooh I'm good at this game!!!  I do love me some historical fiction, but fluffy chick lit is my SPECIALTY.

    If you haven't read Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, that's good beach reading.

    Carly Phillips is good (I have a few of her books), also Charlaine Harris is good.  She wrote the Southern Vampire Mysteries (what True Blood is based off of) and another series I really like called The Harper Connolly Mysteries. 
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    I do looove historical fiction too liek Phillipa Greggory stuff so send some reccs for that too!

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    Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang. I PPH her. For real.

    Everyone worth Knowing. (Laura Weisberger)
    Chasing Harry Winston
    Last Night at Chateau Marmont


    Just some recomendations.
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    I have Bean hooked on the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon.  They're HUGE though (800-1000 pgs).  But, the first 4 books read INCREDIBLY fast. 

    I also like Rosalind Miles.  She has 2 series that are really good.  One is about Tristan and Isolde (the Lancelot and Guenevere of Ireland) and the other is about Guenevere.  The first T&I book is called Tristan and Isolde.  The first Guenevere book is Queen of the Summer Country. 

    I'm pretty sure Rosalind MIles also has a Tudor book called I, Elizabeth.  I've never read it, but a lot of my friends who read the same kind of books I do have, and they said that it's really good.
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    The Avalon books (Mists of Avalon, etc) are also pretty entertaining and easy reads. They're long, but have lots of things going on, so they feel like they go by really quickly.
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    Lauren Conrad's books

    I read 2 of hers on our honeymoon-- easy fun read

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    I second Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series.
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    I third Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series.

    I also enjoy Nicholas Sparks when I'm at the beach since most of this novels are set in NC beaches. 
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    Also I need a notebook to read all you guys book selections! 
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