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The buzziest books of 2022 so far

2022 is shaping up to be another great year in the literary world. Bookworms are chomping at the bit to get their hands (and eyes) on this year’s highly-anticipated releases from authors like Emily Henry, Colleen Hoover, Christina Lauren, and Julie Clark—many of which are sure to be among the best books of 2022. We know finding what book to read next can be a little overwhelming, and we wanted to help. Allow us to introduce the buzziest books of 2022—so far. 

After digging through countless book descriptions and reader reviews, we cultivated a list of this year’s best and most-talked about new and upcoming releases. So all you have to do is hit buy — or download, if ebooks or audiobooks are more your thing!

From sexy romances to bone-chilling thrillers to storylines so rich in historical fiction you wish you could time travel to another era, there’s something on this list for every mama. Craving more book content and recommendations? Support BIPOC authors by shopping from this book list.

Ahead, see 2022’s most-talked about new and upcoming releases—then add them to your 2022 books list!

2022 Books

reminders of him


$15


Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover

Kenna is ready to make right by those she wronged including her 4-year-old daughter. With very little help or support from the community—minus the charming local bar owner who she can’t seem to get out of her head (and heart)—Kenna sets out to win back everyone’s trust and with that, her and her daughter’s future.

Out: Jan. 18

The Magnolia Place by Fiona Davis


$25


The Magnolia Place by Fiona Davis

Told in dual perspectives, nearly 50 years apart from one another, this historical fiction novel follows the lives of two independent women whose lives intersect after one of them leaves a string of hidden messages in one of New York City’s most impressive museums. 

Out: Jan. 25

The Appeal by Janice Hallett


$28


The Appeal by Janice Hallett

Interspersed with emails, messages, and letters, The Appeal centers around a theater community as they come together to financially support their director’s granddaughter after she’s diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. However, not everyone is convinced of this sudden tragedy, and when their dress rehearsal unexpectedly ends with a murder, it’s made clear this town isn’t as close-knit as they once thought.

Out: Jan. 25

The Heights by Louise Candlish


$17


The Heights by Louise Candlish

What happens when you see the man you killed two years ago lingering on the rooftop terrace directly across from your own apartment building? That’s for you, dear reader, to find out in this dark, twisted novel by Louise Candlish.  

Out: March 1

Home or Away by Kathleen West


$25


Home or Away by Kathleen West

It was Leigh and Susy’s dream to compete at the Winter Olympics together; but when Leigh doesn’t make the Team USA hockey roster, she not only loses her dreams of Olympic glory but her best friend as well. Twenty years later, fate and hockey bring these former teammates back together and for the sake of their children, they’ll need each other more than ever. Will they be able to let bygones be bygones?

Out: March 29

Book Lovers by Emily Henry


$16


Book Lovers by Emily Henry

Nora Stephens is a kick a*s literary agent and she knows it, but even this boss babe needs a vacation every now and again. So, she agrees to a sister trip with her ever-endearing little sister, Libby. There, she runs into fellow editor Charlie Lastra, aka the last specimen she was expecting to lay her eyes on during this vacay. It appears the literary world has other plans for these two main characters.

Out: May 3

Something Wilder by Christina Lauren


$25


Something Wilder by Christina Lauren

It’s been years since Leo Grady walked out of Lily Wilder’s life without so much as a proper breakup or goodbye. Still heartbroken, she’s begrudgingly following in her dead father’s treasure hunting footsteps and leading paying customers on fake hunts throughout the Utah canyons. But when Leo shows up for a boys trip at Wilder Adventures, which he was unaware was run by his first and only love, his world and hers is turned upside down. 

Out: May 17

The Lies I Tell by Julie Clark


$25


The Lies I Tell by Julie Clark

Julie Clark’s forthcoming thriller will send chills down your spine. Meg – Melody or Maggie, whoever she feels like being that day, and, of course, depending on her target — is the con of con artists. At the flip of a dime, she can morph into a new persona. Albeit, that’s not going to work on Kat, who’s spent the last decade studying Meg and seeking vengeance on the women who capsized her life so many years ago.

Out: June 21

Dele Weds Destiny by Tomi Obaro


$27


Dele Weds Destiny by Tomi Obaro

College friends Funmi, Enitan, and Zainab reunite for Funmi’s daughter’s lavish, over-the-top wedding weekend in Lagos. Though the group has had more downs than ups over the course of their 30-something-year long friendship, they must band together when a shocking crisis arises right before the big day.

Out: June 28

American Royalty by Tracey Livesay


$21


American Royalty by Tracey Livesay

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fans will eat up Tracey Livesay’s forthcoming novel about a prince who wants nothing more than to be out of the royal spotlight, which seemingly goes to plan when he finds himself falling for the audacious American rapper set to headline a tribute concert at the palace. 

Out: June 28

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