Three good books to read while drinking wine

I like to think I’m not alone when I say that my two favorite things to do in life are reading books and drinking wine. While some books require a sober mind to thoroughly comprehend and appreciate the subject matter, I have found plenty of reading material that becomes more and more enticing with each glass of Pinot Grigio.

I wear my emotions on my sleeve when I read (whether I’m in my bedroom or in the doctor’s office) and I’ve found that reading + drinking = an emotional good time!

Here’s a few books that brought me slightly better entertainment than a Vegas strip club while I got (slightly) tipsy. CHEERS!

1) The Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones

If you haven’t heard of this series, I suggest that you go look it up! Here, I’ll help > http://www.amazon.com/First-GraveRightCharleyDavidson/dp/B006Z30DLC/ref=sr_1_1ie=UTF8&qid=1428633298&sr=8-1&keywords=charley+davidson+series Charley Davidson is a quick whitted, caffeine addicted, attention defecate disorder-having private investigator/Grim Reaper. Darynda Jones combines laugh out loud humor with burning romance and intriguing mystery, making her novels wildly entertaining. Pair one of these books with a glass of wine (or two or three) and you’ll wake up the next morning wondering why you can’t see dead people.

2) The Georgina Kincaid series by Richelle Mead

I love this series almost as much as I love the Charley Davidson series. It’s urban fantasy with a colorful cast of characters that will make you wish your best friends were a vampire, an imp, a demon, and a succubus. Georgina Kincaid needs sex to survive (literally!) but her morals tend to get in the way sometimes, leaving her in love with a man she refuses to have sex with. Her sarcastic timing is perfect, especially when paired with the countless humorous supporting characters. In this series, you’ll find a lot of sex, tons of moral dilemma, laugh out loud banter, and juicy plot twists. Need I say more?

3) Fool by Christopher Moore

Christopher Moore is fucking Hilarious. I like to have a couple drinks while watching a comedy show, so it only seems fair that I do the same when I read a Christopher Moore book. Fool is a parody of King Lear, told from the royal jester, Pocket’s, point of view. The writing is incredibly intelligent at the same time that it’s twisted and dirty. Moore knows how to use words in the most creative ways to say the least. This book should have a warning label that states: Beware reading in a public place, for you will crack the fuck up, and people will stare!

If you enjoy a glass of wine with a good book, comment some recommendations!

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