Top 27 Best Kindle Unlimited Books 2022: Mystery, Suspense, Graphic, Nonfiction, YA, Romance

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The Impossible Girl By Lydia Kang


Two hearts. Twice as vulnerable.

Manhattan, 1850. Cora Lee was born to a wealthy socialite and an immigrant. She can mix with the rich as well as slip into the slums or graveyards of Manhattan. She is the only woman New York’s resurrectionist. Anatomists will pay exorbitant sums for such specimens dissecting and displaying them for the eager public.

Cora’s specialization is not only lucrative, but it also allows her to keep an eye on those who are searching for her. She is the girl with two hearts, a legend among grave robbers as well as anatomists. It’s a prize that’s endangered.

As a series of murders draws closer to Cora’s home, Cora can no longer trust the people she loves, even the young doctor she has fallen for because someone doesn’t want Cora to die naturally.


Love In Focus – Yoko Nogiri


The creator of the New York Times bestseller manga that Wolf Boy Is Mine comes this! This romance will make you smile about a teenage girl whose passion for photography takes her to a new school and dorm, leading to a new love triangle.

Mako has always been passionate about photography. She holds onto her art as a reminder of the close relationships when she lost someone she loved.

Luckily her childhood friend Kei encourages Mako to attend his high school to join their prestigious photo club. Mako takes her camera with her and walks into the dorm where Kei lives. Soon, Mako’s life is transformed by a new perspective and a mysterious new muse.

From Scratch: A Memoir Of Love, Sicily, And Finding Home – Tembi Locke


Reese Witherspoon Book Club Pick, New York Times Bestseller, is a captivating tale of love lost and found (Kirkus Reviews). Set in the Sicilian countryside where one woman discovers unexpected grace and the healing power of food and family in her darkest hours,

When actress Tembi met Saro, a professional chef in Florence, it was love at first glance. One problem was that Saro’s Sicilian family disapproved of him marrying a black American woman. The couple continued to fight, even though they were heartbroken. They lived a happy, fulfilled life in Los Angeles with deep friendships and close friends.

The love of their lives was a baby girl that they adopted at birth. They reconciled with Saro’s relatives just as they faced terrible cancer that would destroy all of their hopes and dreams.

Three summers Tembi spent in Sicily with Zoela (from Scratch) are about how she starts to build a life for herself without her husband, who lives in a small hamlet of farmers. Where once Tembi was estranged from Saro’s family, now she finds solace and nourishment literally and spiritually at her mother in law’s table.

She discovers the healing benefits of fresh, simple food, close knit communities, timeless wisdom, and the warmth of the Sicilian countryside. She reflects on Saro and her romance, a remarkable love story that jumps off the pages.

We Set The Dark On Fire – Tehlor Kay Mejia


This romantic fantasy novel is a daring tale of a society wife in training Dani, who experiences a profound awakening after being captured by rebel spies. She also falls for her greatest rival.

The Medio School for Girls trains distinguished young women to play two roles within their divided society. A graduate may one day manage a husband’s home or care for his children, depending on her specialty. Both of these paths promise comfort and luxury far away from the political uprisings that plague the lower classes.

Daniela Vargas is the school’s best student. However, her pedigree is a liar. Or she will be sent back to the margins of society.

She was not prepared for the tough decisions she will have to make after graduation.

Will Dani hold on to the privilege that her parents won for her, or will she sacrifice everything to get a Medio-free Medio and a chance to find a forbidden love?

Get It Right – Skye Kilaen


A parolee butch lesbian. The beautiful pansexual nurse who got away. This is their second chance at happiness.

Finn has been released from prison. This is great. What about Finn, who has no job, no car, or place to sleep other than her cousin’s couch? It’s not so good. Not so great. Plus, her conviction for felony theft is not helping her job prospects. She can’t afford migraine medication without the public hospital.

She never expected the woman who had stolen her heart to walk down the clinic’s corridor: Vivi, the manicure loving nursing assistant. The latter spent two years fighting in prison to receive proper medical care for her patients, including Finn.

Finn couldn’t believe that she could imagine the attraction and love between them. However, Finn was unable to act on this in prison as a nurse and patient. It took her eight months to overcome Vivi’s abrupt departure from her job. Finn is done with it. Honest! It’s ultimately and fine.

Except that Vivi doesn’t seem to be okay right now. Finn wouldn’t be able to live with herself if it wasn’t for her help.

Does Finn get a second chance by fate? Is it possible to find love and a job that offers health insurance?

The Hunger Games (First book in the trilogy) – Suzanne Collins

A series of books is a hit every few decades. Many of us grew up reading Harry Potter, The Hobbit and 13 Reasons Why books. These titles can define a generation. This is certainly true for Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games.

Could you survive on your own in the wild, with everyone out to make sure you don’t live to see the morning?

In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts.

The Capitol is harsh and cruel and keeps the districts in line by forcing them all to send one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV.

Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives alone with her mother and younger sister, regards it as a death sentence when she steps forward to take her sister’s place in the Games.

But Katniss has been close to dead before and survival, for her, is second nature. Without really meaning to, she becomes a contender. But if she is to win, she will have to start making choices that weigh survival against humanity and life against love.

The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life (Before 8 AM) – Hal Elrod

This publication was instrumental in changing the lives of a lot of men and women. The fundamentals which Hal Elrod share within its pages help viewers locate the power and drive to attract their own lives to another level.

This book promises to unleash your greatest possible and help you achieve the success you have always dreamed of and it all begins with committing to waking up earlier than usual. Everything else will follow.

The Fever King – Victoria Lee

Noam Alvaro, 16 years old, wakes up in hospital after surviving the virus that made his family a technopath. His ability to control technology draws the minister’s attention and propels him into the magic circle of the nation, Carolina.

Noam, the son of undocumented immigrants, has spent his entire life fighting for refugees fleeing magic outbreaks. Refugees Carolinia routinely deports them with brutal efficiency.

Noam sees a way to change and accepts the minister’s offer to show him how magic works. He also plans to use the science against the government. Then he meets the minister’s son cruel and dangerous but achingly beautiful and it becomes less clear how to move forward.

Noam is caught between his purpose and his heart. He must decide who he can trust and how far he will go to achieve the greater good.

The Raven And The Dove – Kaitlyn Davis

A princess longs to be free…

Princess Lyana Aethionus is aware that she must be focused on her courtship trials. However, her thoughts drift to the open skies at the edge of her floating kingdom. One last adventure awaits. After fleeing from the palace, she finds a raven prince in a death match against a dragon.

A bastard longing to belong…

Rafe, the reviled son of a deceased king, would do anything to help his half brother Prince Lysander Tetanus. He even posed as him during the courtship trials.

He orders his sibling, a scientist, to flee when a dragon interrupts their secret conversation. Rafe suffers a fatal blow and is saved by a beautiful dove who has forbidden magic just like him.

They were brought together by fate, but destiny is going to tear them apart.

A young king fights an unresolved war unbeknownst to the world below. He believes Lyana to be the world’s queen, and he is willing to do anything to get her.

Keeping The Distance – Clarisse David

No wagers. No fake relationships. Only a genuine relationship must be kept secret.

Melissa, a seventeen year old girl from California, wants her hair to be a cotton candy pink color, and she wants to focus more on her ukulele than Physics. She can’t. Being the daughter of a Catholic school principal is hard work. Under all that pressure, something is about to fail. She hopes it’s not her.

It is not the best thing for her to get involved with a troublemaking player of basketball.

Lance is used to getting his way. He has a beautiful face that he uses to his full advantage and his role of co-captain for the basketball team.

The easy way is all he knows. He doesn’t realize that Melissa, the prim Melissa he has known for years, is hot until he decides to ask her out. He doesn’t know what he’s about them to experience.

He might not get what he wants, but that could be precisely what he needs.

Beneath a Scarlet Sky – Mark Sullivan

Beneath A Scarlet Sky has been a highly rated Kindle Unlimited read and is now a movie. It is based on a true story and follows Pino Lella (a young Italian man), who joins an underground railroad to help Jewish people escape Axis Italy.

After falling in love with Anna, he is recruited to drive General Hans Leyers, Hitler’s right hand man in Italy. Pino is a spy for the Allies from the heart of German High Command.

He suffers the hardships and war knowing that his work matters and that he will be with Anna one day. Beneath A Scarlet Sky, a thrilling thriller of epic proportions is one of the most popular Kindle Unlimited book titles.

Crazy Little Thing – Tracy Brogan

If you’re searching for a lighthearted read, then you may want to try out this publication. It is a story about a recently divorced woman who wants away time to heal and regroup. During her vacation, though, a handsome neighbor disrupts her strategies to get silent.

Brogan’s writing style endears the most crucial personality, Sadie, to viewers. You will find laugh out loud scenes, with the ideal quantity of romance.

The Handmaid’s Tale (First book) – Margaret Atwood


Reading fiction is a beautiful way to escape reality. Some of the most compelling fiction titles can be so vivid that you may forget that you are reading a novel.

Sometimes authors take elements from the society that we are familiar with but turn it on its head. Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale is an example of this. This classic, instantly recognizable film from the mid ’80s will hold your attention and keep you reading every word.

The story is set in the future in the United States of America. The new Republic of Gilead, a dictatorial society that has emerged from the ashes of once democratic democracy and is now dangerous for all citizens, is called the Republic of Gilead.

This science fiction novel is filled with social unrest, where religion is at the heart of the most conflict. The government uses the Bible (specifically Genesis); however, none are treated worse than women.

Offred, the main protagonist of this play, was once a strong woman. She was taken from her life and made to be a handmaid, just like many others. It’s not fun.

The Handmaid’s Tale is a horrible concept, but it’s told through the eyes and humor of a strong protagonist. The show is worth a look once you’re done reading the book.


Halsey Street – Naima Coster

Halsey Street, a debut novel, was nominated for the Kirkus Prize For Fiction. It tells the story Penelope Grand, a failing artist who returns home to Brooklyn to care for her father. The area is rapidly becoming gentrified, and Penelope’s mother Mirella, has returned to the Dominican Republic.

Penelope is content to live with the Harper family. But Mirella’s postcard brings up old issues and the pair are forced into a turbulent relationship.

Prognosis: A Memoir Of My Brain – Sarah Vallance

When Sarah Vallance is thrown from a horse and suffers a jarring blow to the head, she thinks she has walked away unscathed. The morning after, things take a sharp twist as she is led from work into the emergency area.

A neurologist provides a devastating prognosis from the close of the week: Sarah suffered a traumatic brain injury, which has caused her IQ to plummet, with no expectation of retrieval. Her mind has irrevocably changed.

A River In Darkness – Masaji Ishikawa (Translated by Risa Kobayashi and Martin Brown)

A River In Darkness, translated from the Japanese original, is a poignant memoir about the 36 years Masaji Ishikawa lived under the North Korean regime.

His family, half Japanese and half Korean, moved to North Korea when he was thirteen years of age. They became members of the lowest social classes unwittingly.

Although there are few memories of North Korea and the experiences of those who lived there, there is still a fascination with the country. We want to find out the truth about this closed off country.

Ishikawa was barely able to escape the country, and his return to Japan was not easy. His memoir is so important because he’s a candid narrator.

The Dressmaker’s Gift – Fiona Valpy

Another prolific Kindle Unlimited author is Valpy, but her main focus is on historical novels that are beautifully written. Mireille, Claire, and Vivienne live in 1940s Paris under German occupation.

Mireille is part of the resistance and Claire has been seduced, and Vivienne can’t share her secrets with her friends. Although they are loyal to each other, will the war force them apart?

The Dressmaker’s gift is the story of three young women trapped in an impossible situation. It also tells the story of their families who struggle to understand the past resulting from their difficult decisions.


The Body Reader – Anne Frasier

The Body Reader is the perfect place to go if you are looking for a detective story about serial killers. No one understands madmen like Detective Jude Fontaine. She was held captive by a sadistic captor for three years in an underground cell. This skill saved her life.

She is now more determined than ever to fight justice after her experiences. She has a different talent: she can read the bodies of the dead and the living.

Although her coworkers are skeptical of her mental stability, they must work together to capture a serial killer who is killing young women. Detective Ashby is her new partner, and she must work together to stop him from killing again.

The Overdue Life of Amy Byler – Kelly Harms

This best seller is an excellent choice if you are looking for a humorous romance novel. The New York Journal of Books called it laugh out loud funny.

We follow Amy Byler, a single mother who is overworked and not appreciated. She heads to New York City to find culture, sophistication, and romance when her ex-husband arrives to care for the children during the summer.

This charming heroine will make you smile every second of her adventure. As the summer draws close, there is a pressing question: Can she return to her childhood, or will her experiences forever change her life?

Pachinko – Min Jin Lee

Pachinko is yet another book I don’t think will be in the Kindle Unlimited catalog for too long. As with all subscriptions, there are always new and exciting books.

It’s still a great way to get them while they’re available. Pachinko, the eighty-year tale of a Korean family that began in a small fishing village in Korea in 1911, was one of The New York Times’ best books of 2017.

Sunja, a pregnant woman by a married man, gets the chance to start a new life as a minister’s spouse in Japan. She has no Japanese friends and can’t even speak the language.

But she was offered the chance to save her family from some financial ruin. This is the beginning of a multi generational story about what we do for our families and how we love them.

They Could Have Named Her Anything – Stephanie Jimenez


Maria Anis Rosario, 17, takes the subway every morning from her Queens family to her Upper East Side private high school. She struggles to fit in because she is the only Latina student.

Rocky then welcomes her to this new life. Rocky, a white, rebellious teenager, is ignored by her wealthy parents and uses her money for one purpose: to get away from all her problems. It’s a remarkable privilege for Maria.

These unlikely friends form a strong bond that allows them to see the most common traits: jealousy and a desire to live together. Despite their apparent support, the girls start to betray one another as they try to live up to their ideals.

They Could Have Named Her Anything is told from the viewpoints of Rocky, Maria, and their fathers. It explores both the most profound expectations of what it means for you to live up to the name you have been given, as well as the rewarding discovery of the true meaning of life.


I Thought You Said This Would Work – Ann Garvi

This novel is new and shiny it’s just been published, as well as being new to the Kindle Unlimited platform. You should check it out to find out why it is getting so many high ratings.

Holly and Samantha, former best friends, are asked by Katie, a third friend who is currently ill with cancer, to go on a road trip to steal Katie’s camper van. They must also find Katie’s dog and bring him back to her. This book is about friendship and second chances. It sounds a little funny.

Golden Poppies – Laila Ibrahim

Laila Ibrahim’s previous novels, Yellow Crocus and Mustard Seed, were massive hits. Golden Poppies, by all accounts, is almost as famous. This book is not likely to stay on the Kindle Unlimited bestseller list for long, so it is worth reading right now.

Golden Poppies is set in 1894 and follows Jordan, a segregated Chicago black teacher, and Sadie (a white California businessman’s wife).

Their mothers were firm friends, going back to the plantation where they first met. When Jordan’s mother dies, Sadie and her mother travel to Chicago. The journey back together is likely.

Thrall – Roan Parrish and Avon Gale

Gale and Parrish are prolific authors. Many of their solo works are available on Kindle Unlimited. Thrall’s queer, modern retelling of Dracula is my favorite.

Mina and Lucy have a successful podcast about true crime that they run out of New Orleans. Lucy’s brother Harker vanishes while she is researching Thrall, a new dating app.

The two discover that they have a criminal problem to solve. They must race against the clock to save Harker with the help of Professor Van Helsing and Arthur, their social media expert. Although I’m not a big fan of Dracula, I do love this one. It is so much fun.

Paper Girls – Alex Smith

As I said, the best Kindle Unlimited books have a lot more series than Netflix. Crime is a vital genre, so I had to choose a series to recommend. Alex Smith’s DCI Kitt series, Paper Girls being the first, is a beautiful example.

DCI Kett, a London-based detective, has moved to Norwich with his children to make a fresh start. Kett is dragged into a twisted serial kidnapping case.

It could have serious personal consequences. Smith is an accomplished writer whose novels fly by. Before you know it, you will have read the entire series.

Bricking It – Nick Spalding

Bricking It is a funny story by Nick Spalding. It is challenging to create humor well, but Spalding does a great job, especially if you enjoy snappy dialogue.

Bricking is the story of siblings Dan and Hayley, who inherit a wrecked house their grandmother left them. It was a house nobody knew she owned.

It’s crumbling, but Dan and Hayley plan to renovate it and then sell it off. It sounds simple. The house is unstable at the edges, and the cow is following them everywhere.

The house will be featured on a TV renovation show, and the presenter is determined to win Hayley. It might not be as easy as they expect.

The Vine Witch – Luanne G Smith

The Vine Witch is a beautiful novel that we want to share with you in this best kindle unlimited books list. It’s a fairytale for grownups set in turn of the century France. The first in a series, this novel is also available on the platform. There are two more novels, which makes it a great series to binge on.

Chateau Renard’s vineyards have been producing some of the finest wines in the Chanceaux Valley for many years due to the witches’ magic who tend the vines.

Elena, a vine witch, was cursed and had her magic weakened, but she is back now and wants to go back to her old life. But now, a man is running her vineyard, and he doesn’t believe in magic. Elena must protect Jean Paul, the vineyard, and herself from the cursed man who took seven years of her life.


Other Good Books To Read In Kindle Unlimited Considered:

Good Books To Read In Kindle Unlimited

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  • Daughters Of Nri By Reni K Amayo
  • Star Wars: Ahsoka By Ek Johnston
  • A Deal With The Elf King By Elise Kova
  • The Sword Of Kaigen By Ml Wang
  • Thorn Of The Night Blossoms By Jc Kang
  • Wonder By Christina C Jones
  • The Hidden Oracle By Rick Riordan
  • Emergency Skin By Nk Jemisin
  • He Hitman By Katrina Jackson
  • Go Deep By Rilzy Adams
  • His Beauty By Jack Harbon
  • Budding Romance By Lara Kinsey
  • An Unconditional Freedom By Alyssa Cole
  • Heartless By Danielle Allen
  • Game Changer By Rachel Reid
  • A Flick Between Friends By Shae Sanders
  • Adore You By Nicole Falls
  • At Dusk By Ashleynicole
  • I Will Make You Pay By Teresa Driscoll
  • Mr Davies By C.E Okwera
  • Attack On Titan By Hajime Isayama
  • Shuri Vol. 1: The Search For Black Panther By Nnedi Okorafor, Sam Spratt, Leonardo Romero.
  • I’ll Never Tell By Catherine Mckenzie
  • The Umbrella Academy By Gerard Way And Gabriel Ba
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  • The Cool Bean By Jory John And Pete Oswald
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FAQs About Kindle Unlimited

Does Kindle Unlimited have all books?

While not every book on Amazon or Audible is featured in the program, many of the best-sellers are. Simply browse for books that have the Kindle Unlimited logo on them.

How many books can you borrow on Kindle Unlimited?

With Kindle Unlimited, you may check out a maximum of 10 books, audiobooks, or magazines at once and return them whenever you’re finished. Again, if you have an Amazon account, you may read KU titles on any device, not just a Kindle.

What is the difference between Kindle Unlimited and Prime reading?

You get access to more than 1,000 books via Prime Reading, which comes and goes regularly. Over a million titles are available to you with Kindle Unlimited. The titles offered by Prime Reading are just a portion of what is offered by Kindle Unlimited.

Is Amazon Kindle free for Prime members?

Download the free 2 MB Kindle Lite Android app or the free Kindle app for Android phones and tablets, iPhone and iPad, or any Kindle E-reader to learn more about Prime Reading. By going to, they may find eBooks on Prime Reading.

Why are some authors not on Kindle Unlimited?

Suppose a book isn’t available via Kindle Unlimited. In that case, it’s either because the author preferred to sell it elsewhere or to get a 70 percent royalty to a subscription service’s lesser share.

Can you buy a year of Kindle Unlimited?

Membership for 12 months on Kindle Just $80 (instead of $120). Have a reader on your shopping list? Visit to take advantage of a 33 percent discount on a Kindle Unlimited membership, which is now available for only $80.31 (down from $119.88) while supplies last. This amounts to just $6.69 a month.

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