Top Ten Tuesdays #44: Summer TBR

Posted June 16, 2015 / TBR Lists, Top 10 Tuesdays, Weekly Memes / 12 Comments

top 10 tues watercolorTen Books on my Summer TBR for 2015

Top Ten Tuesdays are hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where we make lists of our top ten books (or something else!) based on that week’s prompt. The topics are provided ahead of time and can be found here. Book links bring you to Goodreads or my review.

The TTT from a few weeks ago included books I plan to throw into my beach bag this summer, so I’m going to give you a brief recap of what those books were (series/duologies represented by the first book’s cover):

Between Us and the MoonMy Life Next DoorThe Islanders: Volume 1: Zoey Fools Around and Jake Finds OutThe Museum of Intangible Things

Nantucket Blue (Nantucket, #1)How to Be BadAmy and Roger's Epic DetourHeat of the Moment (Moment of Truth, #1)

Aaaaand as usual I have more than 10 here, but I couldn’t resist…

summer releases

Everyone knows my extreme love for Dissonance by Erica O’Rourke, so obviously I am VERY excited to get my hands on Resonance when it comes out! I absolutely love that world and can’t wait to see how it all ends up. Even though I wasn’t super thrilled with Get Even by Gretchen McNeil, I DEFINITELY need to know what happens next with that ending. Get Dirty comes out this summer and I want it. And, last but not least, Maybe In Another Life by Taylor Jenkis Reid sounds phenomenal.

I have Under the Lights by Dahlia Adler for review, so I plan to read that and its predecessor (Behind the Scenes) at some point this summer. I’m excited for Anne & Henry by Dawn Ius as well, despite some of the early reviews. I’m on the blog tour for Never Always Sometimes by Adi Alsaid and this one sounds great.

june july bb

I am FINALLY going to read Even In Paradise by Chelsey Philpot. If you know me at all or have been following my blog, I’ve been saying this for literal months. (Actually, over a year now! Jesus Christ.) HOWEVER, thank god for Cristina because she suggested reading it for Book Buddies this month. Now I am going to read it – for absolute real this time. My Book Buddies read with Kaitlin for July will be the next one in The Program series – The Treatment by Suzanne Young. I can’t wait to see what happens next in this one!

read library books


As usual, I just returned too many library books without getting a chance to read them. I requested these ones specifcially through interlibrary loan because I WANT TO READ THEM so I MUST ACTUALLY READ THEM. I love Kody Keplinger and am really excited to get to her latest, Lying Out Loud. I finished These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner in April, so I’m definitely interested to see what happens next in this series with This Shattered World. I actually picked up Where The Stars Still Shine by Trish Dollar on a whim, but I’ve heard great things and the cover gets prettier and prettier the more I look at it.

12 responses to “Top Ten Tuesdays #44: Summer TBR

  1. I was just looking at My Life Next Door on Goodreads and deciding if I’m adding it to my list! I’m also curious about Even in Paradise.

    Maybe in Another Life is fantastic!!

  2. Lying Out Loud is one that has caught my eye and I just need to find the time to read it! I actually really loved The Duff, and am hoping LOL has the same charm! I also have a bunch of contemporary books on my kindle that didn’t make my list this week but seem like perfect summer reads. Total impulse buys!

    Anne @ Lovely Literature recently posted: TTT: Books to read this summer!
  3. I’m reading My Life Next Door right now, and I am loving it. It’s just really adorable. 🙂

    I also have a copy of Never Always Sometimes that I’m hoping to get to soon. I still have to read Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls (you know… because I read all my ARCs in order of publication), but NAS just looks so good! 🙂

    Great list, Lauren. I’ll definitely have to check some of these out. 🙂

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