How are there only 11 days left in May?!? I feel like I blinked and this month is over. I haven’t read as much as I planned, but I’m hoping to fix that during the rest of the month. Okay, so even though I rarely stick to my TBRs (except for group/buddyreads) I still really enjoy making TBRs. These are really books I want to read soon. So let’s take a look at my June TBR.
Like every month I have a few group reads on the go. There will be some buddy reads that aren’t mentioned here, because they always pop up randomly or the choices change.
Delilah Green Doesn’t Care – Ashley Herring Blake
So I already read Delilah Green Doesn’t Care earlier this year, but I will be rereading in June. This book will be June’s swoonalong (the group read I host every month in TBR and Beyond). I can’t wait for the next book!!
I Kissed Shara Wheeler – Casey McQuiston
So Red, White and Royal Blue is one of my favorite books, so when Casey McQuiston releases a book I know I need to read it. I Kissed Shara Wheeler appears to be a mix of contemporary and mystery and I’m so excited to sit down with this book.
Before the Devil Breaks You – Libba Bray
We’ve been reading one book a month of The Diviners in our series group. May’s book in Lair of Dreams and I’ll be starting that one this weekend. I’m excited to see how this story continues.
Something Wilder – Christina Lauren
Christina Lauren is an author duo that I love and I’ve been anxiously awaiting Something WIlder. It’s finally here! I don’t think I’ve ever read a book about treasure hunters, but I’m definitely intrigued.
Okay, so I did sign up for some new releases which I haven’t done in awhile. They just sounded good. I only know of one right now, so who knows what will happen? Haha. I also have some Netgalley releases I want to get to!
The Shadow Princess – Sawyer Bennett
The Shadow Princess is actually the sixth book in the Chronicles of the Stone Veil series, but can be read as a standalone. It’s been some time since I’ve read a book about Sawyer Benett and I’m excited to give this one a go. Look at the stunning cover!
Home Field Advantage – Dahlia Adler
A romance and a book that gives the message you should fight for you want is all I needed to know about Dahlia Adler’s new release. Home Field Advantage sounds like the perfect summer read.
The Edge of Summer – Erica George
If I’m honest the first thing I noticed about The Edge of Summer was the cover. Look at how stunning it is! Seeing how this book takes place during the summer at Cape Cod I definitely say June is the perfect time for this book.
The Sizzle Paradox – Lily Menon
Our main character is studying sexual chemistry and what makes for a successful relationship. Except she doesn’t have any experience herself, so how will others believe her? Her best friend offers to tutor her, so we all know what’s going to happen here!
Fireworks – Alice Lin
One main character returns home after being in a popular K-pop boy group. Our other main character is excited to rekindle her friendship with him. I have a feeling there is going to be more than a friendship. Another stunning cover and another amazing summer read.
Maggie Moves On – Lucy Score
Lucy Score is an author I hear so many amazing things about, so when I saw Maggie Moves On as read now on Netgalley I had to grab it. Our main character is a YouTube house-flipping sensation. That sounds interesting. And a sexy landscaper? I’ll sign up for this one!
Other Books I Want to Read
Of course I also have a lot of unread books on my shelves, haha. There are some that have been staring at me. Here are a couple I really want to pick up!
The Lightning-Struck Heart – TJ Klune
TJ Klune is an author I’m mostly familiar with from The House in the Cerulean Sea. A friend of mine recently talked about loving Tales From Verania and I’m curious enough to give it a go. I bought the first book this month.
Dead Girls Can’t Tell Secrets – Chelsea Ichaso
Chelsea Ichaso is an author I’ve wanted to give a try and Dead Girls Can’t Tell Secrets sounds amazing. Our main character’s sister doesn’t think her fall was an accident. There seem to be some secrets to go through, so what actually happened?
Cursed Fates – Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti
I’m still working on the Zodiac Academy book, but I’ve now reached the fifth book – Cursed Fates. I’m afraid and excited at the same time!! Cursed Fates is a book I read a bit of here and there while getting to the books I have to get done. I’m trying to take my time, so I’m not waiting months for the last book, haha.
I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time and I’ve decided to do an author spotlight once a month. There are quite a few authors I own multiple books by, but haven’t read a single one. To help me change this I’ll read what I have and then decide if they’re an author for me. This month Kathleen Glasgow. She seems to write some heavier and emotional books, but they all sound amazing.
Girl in Pieces
I’ve seen many reviews saying what our main character goes through is written really realistically. I’m a big fan of that, so even it’s a harder subject I don’t mind.
How to Make Friends with the Dark
Our main character loses her mother who she’s close to. I can’t imagine how emotional this book is going to be, but I’m very intrigued.
You’d Be Home Now
You’d Be Home Now is her most recent release that I bought last October. A town and its secrets definitely sounds intriguing. There’s definitely more to this town than meets the eye.
So that’s what I want to read in June! Have you read any of these books? Or what do you plan on reading next month? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.