It’s all about mental care
We have compiled the best gifts you can give to your couch potato girlfriend, and it’s none other than books. We are going to let you in on a little secret.
If you want your home-body girlfriend to jump out with you to all the parties you have mapped out for you two, then you have to pay the price and entice her with a collection of books she won’t be able to resist – books so good, she will feel guilty any time she cancels on you.
She wouldn’t want the novels to stop flowing, so she will try to remain in your good graces. Wouldn’t you like that?
Here are five books that will work their magic on your couch potato girlfriend.
My Sister the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
Two sisters have learnt to fight their way in this world by protecting each other’s back, no matter the cost but when the price becomes too much to pay, and one sister begins guilt-tripping, all their carefully woven web of deception may have to be pulled down.
Aunt Sass a collection of Christmas stories by P.L Travers author of Mary Poppins
There’s no book P.L Travers will write that we won’t gobble up like someone starved of printed words. Aunt Sass is said to be the real accounts of P.L. Traver’s childhood and the queer colourful characters that shaped her growing up.
The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes
If you have read Me Before You, then you need no convincing to pick up this book on impulse. Jojo has the uncanny ability to drag emotions out of you whether you want her to or not.
Against All Odds by Danielle Steele
Motherhood is the gift that keeps on giving-this is a powerful story of a mother’s love.
The One Plus One by Jojo Moyes
You can tell already, this is one googly-eyed love story. She won’t be able to put this one down.
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard by Rick Riordan
Top it off like the cream to an ice cream cone with one of Rick Riordan’s.
Treat your girlfriends to delightful books this Christmas – it’s the least you can do!