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June 2022 Releases I’m Excited For!

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If you thought April and May were chock full of new romance releases, then hold onto your butts. The romance gods continue to bless us and June is going to be an amazing month of reading (and also so much spending, send cash now!). I’ve read several of these and let me tell you, y’all are in for a treat this month! Here’s what’s coming out in June that I can’t wait to read (or read again!):

Wicked Beauty by Katee Robert: If you can’t get enough of the Dark Olympus series then you are not alone. These books are the perfect steamy summer reads and, as a writer, I am in awe of Katee’s talent and her business sense. She is the ultimate author goals! Releases June 7.

As Seen on TV by Meredith Schorr: This is one of the books I’ve read and I absolutely adored this one. If you are a fan of Hallmark movies (as I definitely am), you for sure want to check out this story that spins the small town trope upside down. Releases June 7.

A Proposal They Can’t Refuse by Natalie Cana: I’ve been seeing this one all over social media and you know I am always, always here for a little fake dating. Releases June 7.

How to Fake it in Hollywood by Ava Wilder: Did someone say fake dating? If you read my review of this one last week then you know how much I loved this book. Seriously, one of my favorites of the year and I can’t wait to reread it! Releases June 14.

Thank You, Next by Andie J Christopher: Andie writes unlikeable heroines better than anyone else in the game and I absolutely love her for it. I got to read this one already and it might be my favorite of hers. Releases June 14.

Fake It Til You Bake It by Jamie Wesley: I am obsessed with this cover and so excited to have another fake dating book on my list for this month. Releases June 21.

Here for the Drama by Kate Bromley: Kate’s last book contained one of my deal breakers (cheating), but I loved her voice and style so I’m excited to read this one. Plus I’m always here for any sort of theater tie in. Releases June 21.

For the Love of the Bard by Jessica Martin: I was sold on the title alone, and then I read that this is a romance that actually involves a Shakespeare play and I am so here for that. Releases June 28.

American Royalty by Tracey Livesay: I’ve loved everything I’ve read from Tracey and this is another to die for cover. Releases June 28.

Alright, no time to chat, gotta go make that money so I can buy more books!

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