summer releases

It’s lastly summertime! And even though a lot of us are stuck at home, that doesn’t mean we can’t find some time in our hectic planneds to take a break. Let these anticipated summer liberations float you away to a literary vacation full of adventure, anguish, and intrigue.

We Came Here to Shine

by Susie Orman Schnall( June 16)

Set during the iconic New York World’s Fair in 1939, We Came Here to Shine tells the striking narrative of two young women with the drive to make their wildest dreams come true. Vivi Holden wants to be an actress in Hollywood, and Maxine Roth wants to be a successful journalist. Up against male-dominated manufactures, the two women team up to form an unbreakable relationship and facilitate one another supersede during the most meaningful summertime of their lives.

The Wife Who Knew Too Much

by Michele Campbell( July 28)

This gripping novel follows Tabitha Girard, who runs into her time fling from 13 times earlier, Connor Ford. After she goes through a horrible divorce and Connor’s wife makes her working life, they are finally free seeing each other. However, when Tabitha ascertains a diary that belonged to Connor’s late spouse, her new life of luxury begins to crumble. She starts to learn that what a spouse knows can kill her.

Saving Ruby King

by Catherine Adel West( June 16)

When Ruby King’s mother is found assassinated in their South Side Chicago home, she’s left on her own with her brutal father-god. As her best friend Layla senses the urgent hazard Ruby is in, she shows mysteries about their families’ intertwined pasts, and realizes her ligament to Ruby is more complicated than it seems. Will Ruby be able to find the strength to break free?

A Spell For Trouble

by Esme Addison( July 7)

Aleksandra Daniels hasn’t seen her aunt and cousins in over 20 times. After her father died, her father-god forbids her from visiting them. But on a caprice, Alex eventually decides to accept an invite to help her family with their herbal apothecary business in Bellamy Bay, North Carolina. However, when one of her family members is arrested following a local’s death, gossip and rumors instantly circulate within the small town. Alex sets out on an investigation that discloses confidentials that have been urgently obscured, and she learns these mysteries may be worth killing for.

Gravity is Heartless

by Sarah Lahey( June 2)

This series debut depicts readers a not-too-distant future merit exploring. It’s 2050: technology has significantly advanced, two resisting creeds subdivide humanity, and climate change is in full swing. When climate scientist Quinn Buyers loses everything because of a monstrosity weather accident on her nuptial period, including her prominent scientist mom, she must trek across the globe to find answers and prove her innocence.

summer beach reads

The Lost Girls of Devon

by Barbara O’Neal( July 14)

Zoe Fairchild has intentionally avoided the small Devon village where she grew up. However, when she learns that an old friend has gone missing, she must push past her hurt, pack up her fifteen-year-old daughter, and top residence. When Zoe arrives and four generations of Fairchild brides unite, they will be tested in ways they couldn’t imagine. They are all desperate to solve the town’s mystery, regenerate themselves, and mend relationships with each other.

Master Class

by Christina Dalcher( April 21)

From Christina Dalcher, best-selling author of VOX, comes a tale that examines a disturbing near future. Every child’s future are defined by a quotient. If they score high, they will attend a great school and be set for life, but if they orchestrate low, they are shipped away to boarding school with limited alternatives. When privileged teach Elena Fairchild’s daughter bombards her evaluation and is sent apart to a federal institution, Elena will do the unthinkable to get her back.

Take a Hint, Dani Brown

by Talia Hibbert( June 23)

Danika Brown knows what she demands — and it’s not adventure. But when she are in favour of fake date the large-hearted, dwell humanity who “rescued” her from a workplace flame instruct gone wrong( and viral ), her friends-with-benefits plan is thwarted. With a relationship more complex than she hoped for, she starts to wonder, is the universe waiting for her to take a hint?

The Safe Place

by Anna Downes( July 14)

Emily Proudman has just lost her job, her act operator, and her accommodation. But when she lopes into a successful and charismatic CEO, Scott Denny, she gets offered a time position at his remote French estate. Her summer is the beginning with glamourous sunbathing and wine by the pool, but soon, Emily realizes that Scott and his family are harboring dangerous mysteries. If she doesn’t stop snooping, things may turn deadly.

The Secret Women

by Sheila Williams( June 9)

Elise Armstrong, Carmen Bradshaw, and DeeDee Davis meet in a yoga class. Once they detect they have all recently lost their fathers, they become fast friends. As the three satisfy over monthly margaritas and cure each other sort through their mothers’ belongings, they share supporter, advice, and laugh. Each maiden works to understand who their mothers were, and they come to realize that they have what their babies needs it but did not have — other trustworthy women.

spring reads

Fast Girls

by Elise Hooper( July 7)

Acclaimed author Elise Hooper explores the untold narratives of three women on the first integrated women’s Olympic team. Chicago’s Betty Robinson, Boston’s Louise Stokes, and Missouri’s Helen Stephens set out to defy society’s promises of what girls can do. These three players will fight for their chance to compete amidst the Nazi-sponsored 1936 Olympics in Berlin while suffering gender and race discrimination as well as personal battles.

You Had Me at Hola

by Alexis Daria( August 4)

Jasmine Lin Rodriguez returns dwelling to New York after a tangled world breakup when she moors a leading role that could change her life. Jasmine then goes partnered with telenovela hunk Ashton Suarez, and they decide to rehearse in private to perfect their personas. But when Jasmin and Ashton start falling for one another, their supports are threatened, and they must question if their relationship is worth it.

If You Must Know

by Jamie Beck( June 1)

Bestselling author Jamie Beck’s feelings romance shows how mysteries restrain a family together and drive them apart. It follows sisters Amanda Foster and Erin Turner, who couldn’t be more different. They are happy living completely separate lives in their hometown of Potomac Point, but when lies uncover unsettling truths about everything they know, they must come together to save their family.

Well-Behaved Indian Women

by Saumya Dave( July 14)

This anticipated debut fiction follows three contemporaries of Indian and Indian-American girls as they roam through life. Simran has always felt criticised for her baby, Nandini. Nandini has dedicated herself to making a life for her children in America. Nadini’s mother, Mimi, feels like she neglected her daughter. As life begins to pull Nandini and Simran in different directions, Mimi is determined to keep everyone together, even as she opposes her own secret.

The Takeaway Men

by Meryl Ain( August 4)

Following World War II, twin sisters Bronka and Johanna and their parents arrive in the U.S. from a Displaced Persons Camp. They try to adjust to American life while facing fear of the Cold War and propagandizing digression the haunting pall of the Holocaust. Times afterward, a former Nazi is brought out of hiding in their community and the growth in girls begin to demand reacts about their parents’ pasts. But they soon learn the grief and frights of the past will be harder to uncover than they anticipated.

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