As much as we’d all like to pick up and travel to Europe right now, it’s not always the most plausible idea. If you’re looking to be transported to various locations in Europe, these are the books we recommend you get lost in.

A Promise Given by Michelle Cox

The third book in the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series is full of mystery and intrigue. During Henrietta and Clive’s honeymoon, they are caught in a murder case, and Clive’s cousin Wallace is the prime suspect. Clive and Henrietta set out to prove Wallace’s innocence together, encountering shocking secrets that will forever shape the family’s future. Catch up on the thrilling series now!

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

When writer Juliet Ashton receives a letter from a mysterious man she’s never met, she’ll happen upon a tremendous society of book lovers who live on their own island after World War II. Traveling to meet this eccentric group, Juliet will embark on an adventure of a lifetime, giving her the perfect subject for her next book. This heartwarming story will take you back to London in 1946.

The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict

The name Einstein reminds people of the brilliant Albert Einstein but in this historical novel, we meet Mitza Maric, Albert’s exquisite and equally brilliant wife. While studying physics at a top-notch university, Mitza meets Albert and they begin a partnership of the heart and mind, but is there room in their relationship for two geniuses?

After You by Jojo Moyes

The sequel to Me Before You, this novel follows Louisa Clark after losing the man who changed her life. As she moves back home to her family, she begins to feel as if her life is stagnant. She joins a support group where she meets a new man who might just be able to turn her life around.

Hearts of Resistance by Soraya M. Lane

A story of three strong and independent women amongst World War II, Hearts of Resistance is a fierce tale of female friendship. Given the opportunity to do more than just filing paperwork, Hazel, Rose and Sophia enter into the forefront of the war in Nazi-occupied France where they’ll meet adventure like never before.

A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

Count Alexander Rostov has been sentenced to a grand apartment in the heart of Russia. As the world goes on outside his doorstep, the aristocrat will have to face the emotions that live inside of him. Knowing that trouble is brewing in the outside world, Rostov will find that his solitude is the best thing for him.

Happiness by Aminatta Forna

Jean is an American studying the habits of foxes and Attila is a psychiatrist. The two will become connected through a mother looking for her missing son. Jean will enlist all those who help her on fox hunts and a unique cast of characters will come together to search for the boy. This is a story of love, loss, cruelty and kindness that connects readers to all living creatures.