June 2019 New Releases 🔥

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🔥 Hi guys, I hope you’re having a beautiful day. 💕 Super excited to share this type of post with you, because these incredible titles never stop coming out! Bad for our wallet, but Good for our heart, right?!.
I think you already know what it’s about, but in case you don’t, here I’ll share with you the new books releases that I’m most excited about of that month, which possibly I’ll be adding to my TBR, and I’ll end up reading at some point, and we can also share our thoughts about it!.

So, I hope you like it & let’s start! 🔥



June 1st, 2019

When The Light Went Out by Bridget Morrissey

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Five years after the accidental shooting of Marley Bricket, her friends, who were there the day she died, reunite when a box of letters from Marley is found in her former home. The discovery leads them on a scavenger hunt that reopens old memories, wounds, and betrayals, and leads them to question what they thought they knew about Marley’s death.

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June 4th, 2019

The Modern Faerie Tales: Tithe; Valiant; Ironside (Modern Faerie Tales #1-3) by Holly Black

43069636Holly Black’s acclaimed Modern Faerie Tales series is now available in this special bind-up edition featuring all three books! 

Sixteen-year-old Kaye is a modern nomad. Fierce and independent, she travels from city to city with her mother’s rock band until an ominous attack forces Kaye back to her childhood home. There, amid the industrial, blue-collar New Jersey backdrop, Kaye soon finds herself as an unwilling pawn in an ancient power struggle between two rival faerie kingdoms–a struggle that could very well mean her death.

This special bind-up edition includes Tithe, Valiant, and Ironside.

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This Time Will Be Different by Misa Sugiura

41716638A richly crafted contemporary YA novel about family, community, and the importance of writing your own history.

Miss Sugiura is back with another smartly drawn coming-of-age novel that weaves riveting family drama, surprising humor, and delightful romance into a story that will draw you in from the very first page.

Katsuyamas never quit—but seventeen-year-old CJ doesn’t even know where to start. She’s never lived up to her mom’s type A ambition, and she’s perfectly happy just helping her aunt, Hannah, at their family’s flower shop.

She doesn’t buy into Hannah’s romantic ideas about flowers and their hidden meanings, but when it comes to arranging the perfect bouquet, CJ discovers a knack she never knew she had. A skill she might even be proud of.

Then her mom decides to sell the shop — to the family who swindled CJ’s grandparents when thousands of Japanese Americans were sent to internment camps during WWII. Soon a rift threatens to splinter CJ’s family, friends, and their entire Northern California community; and for the first time, CJ has found something she wants to fight for.

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June 11th, 2019

Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi

36615393Sana Khan is a cheerleader and a straight A student. She’s the classic (somewhat obnoxious) overachiever determined to win.

Rachel Recht is a wannabe director who’s obsesssed with movies and ready to make her own masterpiece. As she’s casting her senior film project, she knows she’s found the perfect lead – Sana.

There’s only one problem. Rachel hates Sana. Rachel was the first girl Sana ever asked out, but Rachel thought it was a cruel prank and has detested Sana ever since.

Told in alternative viewpoints and inspired by classic romantic comedies, this engaging and edgy YA novel follows two strongwilled young women falling for each other despite themselves.

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Teeth in the Mist by Dawn Kurtagich

35115574A genre-bending epic horror-fantasy, inspired by the legend of Faust, that spans generations as an ancient evil is uncovered–perfect for fans of Kendare Blake and Ransom Riggs.

Before the birth of time, a monk uncovers the Devil’s Tongue and dares to speak it. The repercussions will be felt for generations…

Sixteen-year-old photography enthusiast Zoey has been fascinated by the haunted, burnt-out ruins of Medwyn Mill House for as long as she can remember–so she and her best friend, Poulton, run away from home to explore them. But are they really alone in the house? And who will know if something goes wrong?

In 1851, seventeen-year-old Roan arrives at the Mill House as a ward–one of three, all with something to hide from their new guardian. When Roan learns that she is connected to an ancient secret, she must escape the house before she is trapped forever.

1583. Hermione, a new young bride, accompanies her husband to the wilds of North Wales where he plans to build the largest water mill and mansion in the area. But rumors of unholy rituals lead to a tragic occurrence and she will need all her strength to defeat it.

Three women, centuries apart, drawn together by one Unholy Pact. A pact made by a man who, more than a thousand years later, may still be watching…

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The Grief Keeper by Alexandra Villasante

40221730Seventeen-year-old Marisol Morales and her little sister Gabi are detainees of the United States government. They were caught crossing the U.S. border, to escape the gang violence in their country after their brother was murdered. When Marisol learns that the old family friend who had offered them refuge in America has died and they are going to be sent home, they flee.

They hitchhike, snagging a ride with an unassuming woman who agrees to drive them to New Jersey, but when Marisol wakes up in D.C. she learns the woman is actually a government agent. Indranie Patel has a proposal for Marisol: she wants Marisol to be a Grief Keeper, someone who will take another’s grief into their body. It’s a dangerous experimental study, but if Marisol agrees she and Gabi will be allowed to stay in the United States. If the experiment fails the girls will be sent home, which is a death sentence. Things become more complicated when Marisol meets Rey, the wealthy daughter of a D.C. Senator, and the girl she’s helping to heal. Marisol likes Rey’s short hair and sarcastic attitude. But she didn’t expect the connection from their shared grief to erupt into a powerful love.

Suddenly being forced from the United States isn’t just a matter of life and death, but a matter of the heart.

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June 18th, 2019

All of Us with Wings by Michelle Ruiz Keil

40177227Michelle Ruiz Keil’s YA fantasy debut about love, found family, and healing is an ode to post-punk San Francisco through the eyes of a Mexican-American girl.

Seventeen-year-old Xochi is alone in San Francisco, running from her painful past: the mother who abandoned her, the man who betrayed her. Then one day, she meets Pallas, a precocious twelve-year-old who lives with her rockstar family in one of the city’s storybook Victorians. Xochi accepts a position as Pallas’s live-in governess and quickly finds her place in their household, which is relaxed and happy despite the band’s larger-than-life fame.

But on the night of the Vernal Equinox, as a concert afterparty rages in the house below, Xochi and Pallas accidentally summon a pair of ancient creatures devoted to avenging the wrongs of Xochi’s adolescence. She would do anything to preserve her new life, but with the creatures determined to exact vengeance on those who’ve hurt her, no one is safe—not the family she’s chosen, nor the one she left behind.

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Besides the Goodreads link, that I always add in case you want to add the book to your TBR, this time I’ve also added a link to Book Depositoryin case you want to pre-order the book there. In that case, I want you to know that as an affiliate, I’ll receive a small percentage of your purchase and it would be REALLY helpful to me, to buy more books, and keep sharing with you 💞



Are you excited for any of these books?

Tell me, what is your most anticipated release of the month?!🌸 

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48 thoughts on “June 2019 New Releases 🔥

  1. The Tithe series is amazing, the first series I ever read about the fae and it amazing. I have the original hardcover editions but I might pick up the new trilogy paperback edition.

    Also I really want to read All of Us With Wings, it’s a little different from what I normally read.

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    1. I’m super excited about this new paperback edition of the trilogy, not only because it looks so beautiful, but because I’ve heard the best things and I think it’s the perfect way to finally read it! I’m so glad you love the books! 💕
      I have an ARC from All of Us With Wings, and I’m super excited! It sounds really good, so I hope I can read it before its release date 😊

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    1. I have an ARC from All of Us with Wing and I’m SO excited, I honestly would have liked to read it when just received it, but I haven’t had the time, I still hope being able to read it before its release date, it sounds incredible! 😍
      SO MANY amazing books, right? 😊

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  2. Modern faerie tales is one of my favorite series! I hope you enjoy it! My most anticipated books of June are Sorcery Of Thorns By Margaret Rogerson, Wicked Fox By Kat Cho, Soul Of The Sword By Julie Kagawa, and Call It What you want by Brigid Kemmerer.

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    1. Oh, I’m so glad it’s one of your favorites! I’m so excited to read them ❤️
      I’ve heard of all those books and sound great, I’ll be checking them once they out, especially I have to read Shadow of the Fox!, I feel that I’ll love it because I love the author 😍

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  3. Ahh this is a lovely list! I’m really curious about All of Us With Wings, Tell Me How You Really Feel and This Time Will Be Different, they all sound so great – and have gorgeous book covers haha 🙂

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  4. ARGHHHHH!! I am totally buying the Modern Faerie Tale omnibus to put with my separate Modern Faerie Tale trilogy books. I LOVE this series!! 💕 And it looks like the cover matched The Darkest Part of the Forest AND The Folk of the Air trilogy!! *dies in excitement*

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    1. I hadn’t noticed that the cover matches the other books, but honestly, I NEED to have it, so BEAUTIFUL! 😍 Now I’m even more excited to read the whole thing cause I know that you’ve enjoyed it, it’s like the perfect moment with this new edition! YAY!!, the emotion is real 😄

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      1. YAAAAAAY!!! 💕
        Just to temper your expectations, it’s not quite as good as Cruel Price (I am TCP trash though), but I love all the little bits where everything ties together and you see glimpses of characters from other series. Also, there’s a whole self-empowerment theme in this and The Darkest Part of the Forest. And I just generally love the characters. Roiben and Ravus *swoon*, and Kaye. Val is ok too, but I want to pinch her and tell her to pull her head in some times.

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      2. No, Sofii! Darkest Part references events that happen in Modern Faerie Tale trilogy!! 😂 It’s probably not enough to spoil it, but you’ll definitely understand events better if you read them in order.

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      3. 😂😂 I was worried I was coming off too strong, but glad you took it well!! Yes, definitely read them in publication order. And then if you go back and reread Cruel Prince and Wicked King then you get to see all the characters again!! 💕

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    1. I need it as well! I love that edition and now I’m even more excited to give to the trilogy a chance! 😄
      I’ve heard incredible things about all the books you mention, a lot of them I’ll also be checking out, and if you read them I hope you enjoy them a lot! 💕

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