I have a list of the books I want to read in July to share with everyone! These books will all be posted throughout the month (as long as authors and or publishers don't care the release dates) and look so good to me! Are you looking forward to reading any specific books in July? Which ones? Do we have the same books on our lists?
THE STRANGER IN THE MIRROR BY LIV CONSTANTINE (JULY 6)
TOO GOOD TO BE REAL BY MELONIE JOHNSON (JULY 6)
rain, and even a karaoke serenade, their feelings deepen quickly. But could their love be real when they haven't been honest about their true identities? Once the fantasy is over, can they have a relationship in the real world?
SHOULDER SEASON BY CHRISTINA CLANCY (JULY 6)
what we lose—and gain—when we leave home. With a heroine to root for and a narrative to get lost in, Christina Clancy's Shoulder Season is a sexy, evocative tale, drenched in longing and desire, that captures a fleeting moment in American history with nostalgia and heart.
THE FINAL GIRL SUPPORT GROUP BY GRADY HENDRIX (JULY 13)
IT HAPPENED ONE SUMMER BY TESSA BAILEY (JULY 13)
feelings for a man who sails off into the sunset for weeks at a time. Yet as she reconnects with her past and begins to feel at home in Westport, Piper starts to wonder if the cold, glamorous life she knew is what she truly wants. LA is calling her name, but Brendan—and this town full of memories—may have already caught her heart.
SUCH A QUIET PLACE BY MEGAN MIRANDA (JULY 13)
Within days, suspicion spreads like a virus across Hollow’s Edge. It’s increasingly clear that not everyone told the truth about the night of the Truett’s murders. And when Harper begins receiving threatening notes, she realizes she has to uncover the truth before someone else becomes the killer’s next victim.
THE SHADOW PEOPLE BY JOE CLIFFORD (JULY 13)
to put Brandon on the road with Francis, as the unlikely duo travel across the upper Midwest attempting to learn the truth about Jacob’s death.
Part conspiracy thriller, part horror noir, The Shadow People mines the rich depths of perception and paranoia, asking the tough question: when you can’t believe yourself, who can you trust?
YOGA PANT NATION BY LAURIE GELMAN (JULY 13)
COME WITH ME BY RONALD MALFI (JULY 20)
THE GOOD LIE BY A.R. TORRE (JULY 20)
THE BOOK OF ACCIDENTS BY CHUCK WENDIG (JULY 20)
This dark magic puts them at the heart of a battle of good versus evil and a fight for the soul of the family—and perhaps f
THE SINFUL LIVES OF TROPHY WIVES BY KRISTIN MILLER (JULY 20)
her the nickname “Black Widow”—and the stares and whispers of her curious neighbors. Rumored to have murdered both men for their fortunes, she claims to have found true love in her third marriage, yet her mysterious, captivating allure keeps everyone guessing. Then a tragic accident forces the residents of Presidio Terrace to ask: Has Georgia struck again? And what is she really capable of doing to protect her secrets?
HOT UNDER HIS COLLAR BY ANDIE J. CHRISTOPHER (JULY 20)
THEY'LL NEVER CATCH US BY JESSICA GOODMAN (JULY 27)
Each girl has their future on the line and they won't let friendships get in their way. But then, suddenly, Mila goes out on a training run and never returns. No one knows what happened, but all eyes are on the Steckler sisters.
IT'S RAINING MEN BY JULIE HAMMERLE (JULY 27)
What does a tattooed, broody twentysomething know about carving out a future for yourself, anyway?
Too bad the further into this hot mess I get, the less I know about who I am. And I’m going to have to figure out exactly what I need if I ever want to find a true happily ever after.
NOT A HAPPY FAMILY BY SHARI LAPENA (JULY 27)
FIERCE LITTLE THING BY MIRANDA BEVERLY-WHITTEMORE