What To Read After Too Late

If you're like us and you've gotten to the end of Too Late, your heart rate has settled, the tears you've shed have long since dried, and you're ready to move on - you're probably wondering what to read next. 

Well, don’t panic, we've got you covered with a list of books to read after Too Late. Books that will take you on the same emotional rollercoaster and hit you right in the feels.

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Books To Read After Too Late


The Housemaid By Freida McFadden

The Housemaid by Freida Mcfadden


Why we love it:

- A brilliantly wrapped together psychological thriller and mystery
- A nice change of pace to Too Late as you delve into the compelling mystery surrounding this enigmatic family

This is a captivating tale of suspense and secrets that follows the life of Grace, a young woman who takes a job as a housemaid at a secluded mansion. Grace becomes entangled in a web of mystery and intrigue as she navigates the enigmatic household. McFadden skillfully weaves a gripping narrative, drawing readers into a world of hidden agendas and unexpected alliances. If you enjoyed the emotional depth and complex relationships in Too Late, The Housemaid offers a thrilling change of pace, inviting readers to delve into a compelling mystery that will keep them eagerly turning pages.


Never, Never By Colleen Hoover 

Never Never by Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher


Why we love it:

- Classic Co-Ho masterpiece with characters you’ll fall in love with and a plot that gets better with every turn of the page.
- A storyline that will put you in a tailspin and leave you wanting more.

Never, Never, co-authored with Tarryn Fisher, is a mesmerising blend of romance and mystery. The story follows Charlie and Silas, high school sweethearts who wake up one day with no memory of who they are or how they got there. As they embark on a quest to uncover the truth about their past, they discover dark secrets and a connection that transcends memory loss. Never, Never promises an equally gripping experience to Too Late, with its spellbinding plot, complex characters, and a love story that defies all odds.


How to Kill Your Family By Bella Mackie 

How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie


Why we love it:

- The perfect protagonist that you’ll be rooting for through every twist and turn.
- It's a perfect read if you like dark humour, revenge tales, and page-gripping drama.

How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie is a darkly humorous and thought-provoking exploration of family dynamics and the complexities of human relationships. In this unconventional self-help book, Mackie uses her brilliant wit to dissect family challenges, offering readers an unconventional perspective on the highs and lows of family life. This is the ideal book to read after Too Late as it provides a refreshing and thought-provoking contrast, inviting you to explore the intricacies of family with a touch of dark humour.


The Silent Patient By Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient By Alex Michaelides


Why we love it:

- It is a captivating suspense novel full of unexpected surprises and curveballs that will keep you on your toes.
- It's an inspiring read for wannabe detectives and crime lovers. 

A gripping psychological thriller, The Silent Patient revolves around the mysterious silence of Alicia Berenson, a talented artist who shoots her husband and never speaks another word. Theo Faber, a psychotherapist, is determined to unravel the enigma behind her muteness and the crime. As he delves deeper into her psyche, he uncovers shocking secrets and a chilling connection to Alicia's artwork. Like Too Late, it provides intense and suspenseful storytelling, delivering an intricate psychological puzzle that will keep you on the edge of your seat.


It Starts With Us By Colleen Hoover

It Starts With Us by Colleen Hoover


Why we love it:

- It's another Co-Ho book where you can’t help but fall in love with the characters.
- The perfect story of what love is really about, making it the ideal true romance story. 

It Starts with Us, by Colleen Hoover, is a powerful romance novel exploring love, resilience, and difficult choices. The story follows Lily Bloom as she navigates a complex relationship with Ryle Kincaid, a neurosurgeon with a traumatic past. As their love story unfolds, it confronts difficult issues, ultimately asking the reader to ponder the complexities of love and loyalty. If you’re already a Co-Ho fan or were just captivated by the deep romance story in Too Late, this is definitely for you. It Starts with Us will provide another beautifully crafted narrative that delves into the complexities of human relationships and leaves a lasting impact.



Now, you can enjoy more books with the same gripping and page-turning novels as Too Late by Colleen Hoover with this list of exciting stories. Whether you’re looking for something with a little more thrill and intensity or you want to relive more romances, you’ll be sure to be satisfied with any of these books. 

If you want more suggestions on what to read, our post on What to Read after It Ends With Us can help you find your next favourite book.

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