1. "Every Summer After" by Carly Fortune
Told over the course of six years and one weekend, "Every Summer After" tells the story of Persephone Fraser and Sam Florek in their lakefront home town as they explore what remains of their relationship after years of being inseparable and how the choices they both made resurface.
2. "The Roughest Draft" by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka
3. "The Summer of Broken Rules" by K. L. Walther
Meredith Fox has been going to Martha's Vineyard with her family since she was young, but after the death of her sister and her recent breakup with her long-term boyfriend, she is anything but excited for this summer's trip. With her cousin's wedding on the island, attendance is mandatory, as is the Fox family tradition of a summer-long game of Assassin. Good thing her target just so happens to be a very cute groomsman...
4. "Beach Read" by Emily Henry
Augustus Everett and January Andrews are both writers and that is where their similarities end. When the pair end up renting neighboring beach houses for the summer, their paths cross and they hatch a plan to both beat writer's block and finish their novels WITHOUT falling in love.
5. "The Unhoneymooners" by Christina Lauren
When Olive attends her sister's wedding, the last person she wants to see is her sworn enemy, Ethan, who just so happens to be the best man. After the whole wedding party gets intense food poisoning, two tickets to an all-inclusive honeymoon are up for grabs. Olive and Ethan are the only two to not get sick, but they swear to avoid each other at all costs for the sake of a free tropical vacation. But when things don't go their way, the pair have to pretend to be newlyweds and avoid facing their feelings in paradise.
6. "Float Plan" by Trish Doller
Feeling impulsive and suffocated in grief since the death of her fiancé, Anna decides to head out on their sailboat for the voyage she had always dreamed of. After a treacherous first night, Anna hires Keane, a professional sailor, to help her with her trip. As romance begins to rise on the horizon between the pair, Anna will have to learn that starting over doesn't mean letting go of the past but making way for the future.
7. "Meet Me in Paradise" by Libby Hubscher
Marin Cole is not an adventurous person. She plays it safe and has never left her home state of Tennessee, while her sister, Sadie, is the one jet-setting and taking risks. After her sister returns from a work assignment feeling worn out, Marin gives in to a spa weekend on a tropical island. But when Sadie misses their flight, Marin is stuck with Lucas Tsai, a handsome stranger in her sister's seat. Will exploring a tropical paradise with this man be the perfect way to start taking risks, or will she return home and continue to play it safe?