What’s Your Sign?: Books for Aquarius

Happy end of January!  I can’t believe we are almost an entire month into 2017.  I feel like I’m still waiting on Thanksgiving 2016 to arrive.  This month I will be sharing with you books perfect for those of you born between January 20 and February 18th.  Yep, that’s right…I’m talking to all of you Aquarius out there who are known for being independent, energetic, intellectual thinker, are known to want to be alone, like to take up a cause, have a good insight to what the future by bring, and are good listeners.  Now let’s get to the books!

The Inside of Out by Jenn Marie Thorne
Daisy’s best friend, Hannah, has just come out and Daisy is going to be supportive.  Daisy is going to be so supportive that she joins the Gay Alliance and accidentally becomes the face of a national movement for gay students rights.  The only problem is that Daisy is straight and there is a new boy who maybe more than just a friend.  Can Daisy be true to herself and help Hannah?

This book is all about being part of a cause just like many Aquarius like to do.  Daisy is definitely an intellectual thinker and her story is a quick and fun read with an important message about acceptance.

Trouble is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromly    
Zoe Webster has just moved to a new town.  She is trying to fit in and make friends.  Unfortunately, Zoe’s plan is derailed by Phillip Digby.  Digby is the local outcast who has spent most of his life trying to uncover the mystery of his younger sister’s disappearance.  Digby pulls Zoe into his plot with disastrous and hilarious outcomes.

There are so many reasons why this is a great book for Aquarius.  The whole story is about being an intellectual thinker with both Digby and Zoe using their brains to get out of trouble situations.  The entire book is about taking up the cause of trying to find Digby’s sister.  Plus, the story is just a massively amusing and charming mystery that I highly recommend.

Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young

Caroline has to make a decision.  Her grandmother is very ill and may die.  Caroline has been with her grandmother since her stroke but she needs a break.  When Caroline’s best friend offers to take a party Caroline must decide if she wants to stay with her grandmother or go with her friends.  Each decision will lead Caroline on a different path that will be revealed in alternating chapters.

This book is just a good time.  In it’s Sliding Doors like format Just Like Fate lets Caroline’s story unfold in two different yet completely believable.  You find yourself caring about and rooting for both of the possible Caroline’s and their love interests.  Plus, it’s perfect for Aquarius because Just Like Fate is all about seeing the what could happen in the future just like the good insight about the future that all Aquarius have.

Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone

Anna lives in Chicago in 1995.  Bennett lives in San Francisco in 2012.  They should never have met but Bennett has the ability to travel through time and they come together in 1995.  The two insanely form a connection that defies their different timelines.  As the two grow closer they must face the fact that at anytime Bennet could get sent back to his own time.  Can they find a way to be together before time pulls them apart?

I have a special weakness for time travel books.  I love a cheesy romance with a little time travel thrown in and Time Between Us is one of my favorites.  Anna and Bennett have a wonderfully sweet love story all about fate and find the person you’re supposed to be with.  Plus, nothing is quite as much about foreseeing the future as a book that partly takes place in the future.

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