People We Meet On Vacation

by Emily Henry
This heartwarming love story is guaranteed to capture readers' interest with its delightful combination of passionate attraction and witty conversation. A delightful read for a relaxing day at the beach or on vacation and a captivating tale of friends turning into lovers. People We Meet On Vacation By Emily Henry #contemporaryfiction, #womensfiction, #reading, #BooksToRead, #bookclub, #reading, #books,peopleWeMeetOnVacation,#emilyhenry

Discussion Questions

1. When they first meet, Alex and Poppy are immediately put off by one another. Have you ever made a friend after a bad first impression?

2. What's something you do on vacation that you're unlikely to do in your daily life? Is there a certain comfort in anonymity?

3. Have you ever met a goal and found that your reaction wasn't quite what you expected?

4. What is your worst vacation memory? Your best?

5. Poppy is going through professional burnout. Have you ever experienced that kind of fatigue? How did you get through it?

6. Which one of Alex and Poppy's vacations would you most want to take? Which would you least want to take?

7. Having grown up in a small town, Poppy struggles to break free of her reputation-or at least struggles to believe she can. When have you felt misunder- stood, and how did you get past it?

8. Why do you think it takes Poppy and Alex so long to admit their feelings to one another?

9. Rachel has a lot to say about contentment versus purpose. In your own life, do you prize one above the other? Are these ideas mutually exclusive or can you have both?

10. Do you think Poppy and Alex are going to make it?
Discussion Questions by the Publisher

Book Club Talking Points:
This book has themes of grief, taking risks, friendship, high school bullying, and acceptance. It may also be interesting to talk about Poppy and Alex's 12-year relationship.
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