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What To Read This Month: 10 New Releases Hitting Shelves In June 2017

In most parts of the world, the weather has turned into a summery bliss ready to be filled with vacations, extended hobby time, and, for book lovers, new releases. Here’s what the month of June has to offer in the new book releases department.

 

1. Hunger: A Memoir of My Body by Roxane Gay

The outspoken feminist and human rights activist’s new memoir focuses on the ins and outs of both positive and negative body image and learning to love yourself as you are.

Release Date: June 13th

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2. Once and For All by Sarah Dessen

A new story by one of the most loved YA romance novelists of our generation follows Louna, the teenage daughter of a celebrated wedding planner as she sweetly discovers her own happy ending.

Release Date: June 6th

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3. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

An entertaining historical adventure following two young men who, while on their expedition of exploring 18th century Europe, stumble upon a magical item that leads them on a path of constant danger and, of course, adventure.

Release Date: June 27th

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Source: Amazon

4. The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

Another historical fiction journey, though this time following a female spy who works for the Alice Network during WWI, and a bohemian-esque American woman searching for her cousin as they form an unexpected bond that only the aftermath of living through a war can bring.

Release Date: June 6th

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5. Roar (Stormheart #1) by Cora Carmack

The first book in Carmack’s Stormheart series comes a mystical tale of magical realism and immense bravery one is forced to adopt to save one’s family.

Release Date: June 13th

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6. It’s Always the Husband by Michele Campbell

First off, the title of this book is beautifully original and intriguing. It just screams suspense/thriller. Plot wise, Campbell’s novel follows three college friends who, 20 years later, meet up once again as one is on the edge (literally) of ending her life. The sinister question: who is pushing her to jump?

Release Date: June 13th

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7. The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen #1) by Emily R. King

A YA fantasy novel packed with the rebirth of an overlooked underdog who, through endless opposition, begins to recognize her true potential and power.

Release Date: June 1st

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8. Dating You / Hating You by Christina Lauren

In the reading mood for a funny, light-hearted contemporary romance? Lauren’s rom/com novel is right up your alley.

Release Date: June 6th

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Source: Amazon

9. Damaged Like Us (Like Us Book #1) by Krista and Becca Ritchie

A young, handsome billionaire who can’t go anywhere without being mobbed by fans; a newly hired 24/7 body guard who is equally as attractive; lines are crossed and the consequences of uncontrollable passion could be dire for them both.

Release Date: June 27th (ebook)

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10. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

When the glamorous Old Hollywood icon Evelyn Hugo decides to tell her no-holds-bar life story to magazine journalist Monique Grant, it shocks Monique to the core. Having her husband recently walk out on her and stuck in a job that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, Hugo and Grant’s lives couldn’t seem more worlds apart. However, these two women are about to realize that they share much more in common than no-good men.

Release Date: June 13th

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Source: Amazon

What are you reading this June? Any new releases you’re excited for?

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