Monday, July 9, 2018

June 2018 Favorites


Y'all, I'm enjoying my summer entirely too much--as evidenced by the fact that my JUNE favorites are coming out on JULY 9th!! Oops. I read so many fun and interesting reads in June--take a look at the list below and if something looks good, click on the cover image and it'll take you to Amazon to give you more information.








Even Money
and  Double Down by Alessandra Torre-- "you'll find yourself inhaling within hours (while also trying to slow down your reading pace so that you can draw it out as long as you can)..." Book 1 review and Book 2 review.

Fearless by Lauren Gilley-- "A fellow bookish friend strongly recommended Fearless and I now must pay it forward. Here's a brief list of reasons to read it..." Find more from our review here.

On the Edge by C.D. Reiss-- "Because of the way Reiss writes her, I really identified with Greyson's stress and anxiety, and her helplessness. I found myself putting myself in her shoes and just immediately stepping out because it felt so overwhelming--kudos to Reiss for putting me there and making me squirm." Find more from our review here.

The Chateau by Tiffany Reiss-- "I feel like I say this about every single Tiffany Reisz book I read but I can't help it. I'm powerless against her word sorcery and The Chateau once again shows that--I couldn't put it down, sleep be damned." Find more from our review here.

Getting Schooled by Emma Chase-- "This steamy, romantic comedy had me laughing, even tearing up at parts, and loving Garrett and Callie's second chance at romance." Find more from our review here.

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang-- "This book absolutely lives up to all the hype you've seen and I don't say that lightly." Find more from our review here.

Cry Baby by Ginger Scott-- "Needless to say, the grit factor we've seen in novels like The Hard Count and Memphis is not only present, it's amplified in Cry Baby..." Find more from our review here.

I could've easily put every single thing I reviewed in June on this list--it was that good of a reading month!

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