June Releases I Am Excited About

June is almost here and it looks like it is going to be another fantastic month for books with releases and debuts. Here are the ones I am most excited about:

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella - June 4th 

Blurb: Meet Audrey: an ordinary teenage girl with not so ordinary problems.

Aside from her completely crazy and chaotic family, she suffers from an anxiety disorder which makes talking to her brother's hot new best friend a bit of a challenge.

But Audrey has a plan to help her face her fears and take on the world again. First stop: Starbucks.

A laugh-out-loud romance from the bestselling author of the Shopaholic series.

Why so excited? I have already read Sophie's first YA novel and I can tell you that it is an amazing novel and both new and old fans of Sophie Kinsella. Check my Review.

The Silent Hours by Cesca Major - June 4th

Blurb: An epic, sweeping tale of love and loss inspired by heartrending true events in the Unoccupied Zone of wartime France.
The Silent Hours follows three people whose lives are bound together, before war tears them apart:

Adeline, a mute who takes refuge in a convent, haunted by memories of her past;

Sebastian, a young Jewish banker whose love for the beautiful Isabelle will change the course of his life dramatically;

Tristin, a nine-year-old boy, whose family moves from Paris to settle in a village that is seemingly untouched by war.

Beautifully wrought, utterly compelling and with a shocking true story at its core, The Silent Hours is an unforgettable portrayal of love and loss.

Why so excited? I think The Silent Hours is one of the most anticipated debuts of the year. The story sounds amazing and the first reviews have been ravishing about it. I certainly cannot wait to get my hands on it.

Return to Bluebell Hill by Rebecca Pugh - June 18th

Blurb: Home is where the heart is…
Jessica McAdams has never belonged anywhere; never truly felt at home. Of course, what did she expect from parents who never made her feel welcome in her own house? Leaving her life in London to return home to the charming country village of Bluebell Hill is harder than she thought. Especially as she never considered she’d be returning under such heart wrenching circumstances…

Clearing out the stunning and imposing Bluebell House after her parents’ death is difficult for Jessica—they never had the best relationship and now it’s too late. Yet spending time in the house that was never a home, having afternoon tea with dear old friend Esme—and sharing hot, sizzling kisses with delectable gardener Rueben!—opens Jessica’s eyes to the potential of Bluebell House… Could this big old, beautiful manor really be her forever home? Is Bluebell Hill where her heart is, has always been?

Jessica soon dares to dream of her very own home with delicious Rueben by her side. But when a deep, dark secret of Bluebell House is unearthed, Jessica’s world is turned upside down…

Will Jessica ever find where her heart truly lies?

Why so excited? Another debut I can't wait to discover. Moreover, this one feels really special to me as Rebecca Pugh is one of the most loveliest bloggers there are and she's been sharing her excitement for her book deal with Carina with all of us. I'm sure it'll be a huge success.

The Truth According To Us by Annie Barrows - June 18th

Blurb: There are small towns in America that never seem to change, places where time holds still, and where nothing has or will – ever - happen.This is a lie.

Summer, 1938: the small town of Macedonia, West Virginia, is celebrating its 150th anniversary, to be commemorated with parades, picnics, and most importantly, a book recounting its history. Its reluctant author, the debutante Miss Layla Beck, recently disinherited by her father, arrives in town with one goal – to get out of it as quickly as possible.

Macedonia’s history seems simple enough - brief and uneventful. Then Layla meets the Romeyns: Jottie, Willa, Felix, Emmett, a family at once entertaining, eccentric, seductive, and inextricably bound up in Macedonia’s most well-kept historical secret – a secret yet to be told.

Annie Barrows’ THE TRUTH ACCORDING TO US will spirit you away into a town from a by-gone age, where customs and habits may be different, but where the hearts of its inhabitants, both dark and loving, remain recognisable to all.

Why so excited? The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is one of my favourite books ever so when I heart Annie Barrows was writing a new book I was over the moon. Plus, I have an early review copy, so soon enough you'll hear me raving about it, I am sure of it.

What are the books you are excited about this month? 

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4 comentaris

  1. I'm looking forward to reading Finding Audrey as well as summer by the sea by Jenny hale. Lx

    1. Finding Audrey is really good. I'm sure you'll love it. Also great pick with Jenny Hale's latest, it looks like the perfect summery read! :)

  2. What a fantastic list of books I haven't heard of!! I'm interested in reading a couple of them, which I am adding to my TBR list. Thanks:)

    1. Happy to help you discover new books! Hope you enjoy them, I'm sure they'll be great stories! :)