I’m always looking out for new books to add to my TBR and so many new books are coming out in June. I wanted to share the ones I’m particularly excited about in this post. So, here are the new book releases I’m excited about in June!
Unfortunately Yours by Tessa Bailey
After losing her job and her fiancé in one fell swoop, Natalie Vos returned home to lick her wounds. A few months later, she’s sufficiently drowned her sorrows in cabernet and she’s ready to get back on her feet. She just needs her trust fund to finance her new business venture. Unfortunately, the terms require she marry before she can have the money. And well, dumped, remember? But Natalie is desperate enough to propose to a man who makes her want to kill him–and kiss him, in equal measure.
August Cates may own a vineyard, but he doesn’t know jack about making wine. He’s determined to do his late best friend proud, no matter what it takes. Except his tasting room is empty, his wine is disgusting (seriously, he once saw someone gag), and his buddy’s legacy is circling the drain. No bank will give him the loan he needs to turn the business around… and then the gorgeous, feisty heiress knocks on his door. Natalie has haunted his dreams since the moment they met, but their sizzling chemistry immediately morphed into simmering insults.
Now, a quickie marriage could help them both. A sham wedding, a few weeks living under the same roof, and then they can go their separate ways–assuming they make it out alive. How hard could it be? There’s just one thing they didn’t account for: their unfortunate, unbearable, undeniable attraction.
I’ve yet to read a marriage of convenience book but have always been intrigued by them. So, of course when I saw that Tessa Bailey was writing one I thought it would be the perfect time to give one a go! It sounds like it is going to be excellent and I’ve already seen some amazing review, so I’m looking forward to seeing what I think.
Out 6th June 2023
Lovestruck by Laura Jane Williams
This isn’t one love story. It’s two.
Becca Calloway is calling it: she’s ready for Mr Right, and she’s ready now. She even goes as far as to hold a manifestation ceremony for him – and when she receives a text from her ex five minutes later, she knows it’s a sign. The problem is, she doesn’t know which way it’s pointing…
Should Becca reply and reignite things with her old flame Mike? Or delete and block, moving forward with the new man in her life? Becca has one choice, with two ways this could go. And in Lovestruck, you’re about to see them both…
I’m so excited for this one! I’ve seen so much about it online and with the amazing reviews it has been getting I’m even more excited to giving it a read. Laura Jane William’s books have always been on my radar so I feel like it is about time I read one and see what I think and I’m looking forward to it!
Out 8th June 2023
Borrow My Heart by Kasie West
Wren is used to being called a control freak. She doesn’t care; sticking to the list of rules she created for herself helps her navigate life. But when a cute guy named Asher walks through the door of her neighborhood coffee shop, the rulebook goes out the window.
Asher is cute, charming . . . and being catfished by his online crush. So Wren makes an uncharacteristically impulsive decision—she pretends to be the girl he’s waiting for to save him from embarrassment. Suddenly she’s fake-dating a boy she knows nothing about. And it’s . . . amazing.
It’s not long before Asher has her breaking even more of her own rules. But will he forgive her when he finds out she’s not who she says she is? Wren’s not so sure. . . . After all, rules exist for a reason.
This one sounds absolutely adorable and I want to read it immediately. I will always pick up a fake dating story and especially one that sounds as adorable as this one. I think it will be the perfect book to read over the summer and I can’t wait!
Out 13th June 2023
Going Bicoastal by Dahlia Adler
Natalya Fox has twenty-four hours to make the biggest choice of her life: stay home in NYC for the summer with her dad (and finally screw up the courage to talk to the girl she’s been crushing on), or spend it with her basically estranged mom in LA (knowing this is the best chance she has to fix their relationship, if she even wants to.) (Does she want to?)
How’s a girl supposed to choose?
She can’t, and so both summers play out in alternating timelines – one in which Natalya explores the city, tries to repair things with her mom, works on figuring out her future, and goes for the girl she’s always wanted. And one in which Natalya explores the city, tries to repair things with her mom, works on figuring out her future, and goes for the guy she never saw coming.
Alternating timelines on different sides of American on how life can be so different depending on the decisions you make. Yes please! It has already been getting some amazing reviews online and I’m really looking forward to reading it and seeing what I think.
Out 13th June 2023
What June releases are you excited about? Let me know in the comments!