In a few weeks, one of my most anticipated adaptations is coming to Netflix and you won’t want to miss the premiere of The Weekend Away starring Leighton Meester on March 3rd! Check out the trailer out now and mark your calendar!

Not only do you have plenty of time to binge-read the novel by Sarah Alderson, but you’ll also need some time to head to your local bookstore or library to pick up some of these reads that will be perfect to read after the credits roll!

The Weekend Away by Sarah Alderson

Orla and Kate have been best friends for as long as they can remember, facing life’s ups and downs right by each others side. No matter what happens in their lives, they can always rely on their annual weekend away together and this year is no exception. Orla wakes up in the morning with barely any memory of the night before Kate missing. After being brushed off by the police, Orla takes matters into her own hands and tries to retrace their steps from the previous night only to discover an abundance of secrets.

We Were Never Here by Andrea Bartz

If you love a story about two friends who go on vacation and find out some deadly secrets about one another, then you’re in for a treat with this one! Emily is on her annual vacation with her best friend Kristen in Chile having a great time until the last night of vacation when she finds Kristen with a dead body in their hotel room. Kristen claims the man attacked her and she had no choice but to kill him in self-defense, but all seems like deja vu for Emily, who remembers a dead backpacker in a similar situation from their trip last year. Once the women are back in the U.S., Emily tries to put it behind her until Kristen shows up and Emily begins to question her motives.

Force of Nature by Jane Harper

If the plot of women going on unfamiliar territory ending in tragedy sounds intriguing, you’ll love Force of Nature by Jane Harper. Five women are forced to go on a hike as part of a corporate retreat. When only four women return, each with a different story, a federal police agent begins his investigation to find out what happened to the missing woman and begins to question if she was actually murdered.

The Girls Are All So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

Friends…or enemies…or frenemies something that you love to read about? Reader beware, if this is your cup of tea, you won’t be able to put down this book! Ambrosia has worked hard to build a new life for herself after she graduated from college ten years ago. When she gets an anonymous letter in the mail along with an invitation to her ten-year reunion, it seems like the life she left behind isn’t as much in the past as she hoped. After she reunites with her old best friend, Sully, it seems the two friends are being hunted by someone who knows more about what happened one fateful night than the two could’ve imagined.