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Summer 2014 reads! What releases are you looking forward to, and what books do you plan to read?
1. Graduation Day by Joelle Charbonneau (June 17th)
I was so excited to see how this trilogy ends! *hugs ARC*
2. On the Fence by Kasie West (July 1st)
Let me tell you, this book is even more squee-worthy than The Distance Between Us and super clean. Yes, I've already read it, but I can't wait to read it again...and again...and again...
3. Wildflower by Alecia Whitaker (July 1st)
I know a while back I saw Taylor Swift mentioned in reference to this book, and I'll read anything reminiscent of her. (That tagline definitely sounds like what people think she thinks.)
4. Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones (July 15th)
5. The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson (July 15th)
I've heard so many good things about this book, and I'm dying to read it.
6. Like No Other by Una LaMarche (July 24nd)
I just found out about this book recently. Star-crossed lovers are always interesting, so we'll see how this book is.
7. Magnolia by Kristi Cook (August 5th)
This Southern girl at heart is a sucker for anything set in the South. I hope this book contains lots of the culture I adore.
8. A Blind Spot for Boys by Justina Chen (August 12th)
The part I'm most excited for? They go to Machu Picchu! How unique and cool is that?
9. Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins (August 14th)
I didn't read Anna and Lola until earlier this year, but I absolutely loved Anna and enjoyed Lola; this book's release date got pushed back, but I'm sure it'll be well worth the wait.
10. Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas (September 2nd)
This one technically releases in what I consider the fall, but since it's only 2 days removed from August, I'm letting it slide.
This is the third Throne of Glass book, and I'm incredibly excited to see what happens next for Celaena and Chaol.
11. Don't Touch by Rachel M. Wilson (September 2nd)
The idea for this book is amazing, and since I've now learned about psychological disorders, it'll be interesting to see how it plays out. Plus, the main character gets to play Ophelia in a production of Hamlet.