Can you believe it?! It is already time to see those wrap ups for June! Let see what you read during the month of June!
My Favorite Reads of June: #Mark Sullivan #Barbara Copperthwaite #Christopher Greyson
It’s time for another round-up of favorite books I’ve read in the last month or so. My word, there have been some incredible stories – it’s been hard to choose the best, but here you go…
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I was hearing a lot about this book and found it on my Kindle unlimited to read and thought and downloaded it. There is a lot of history in Beneath A Scarlet Sky, by Mark Sullivan .
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My next June Favorite
My first book by this author was The Perfect Friend and I loved her style of books, so I was on the search for others, and this one was just as good as the first book I read. What can I say about Invisible, by: Barbara Copperthwaite not too much, because I don’t want to give anything away!
There are some dark subjects at the heart of this psychological thriller, so be prepared.
I was, hooked in this book from start to finish, it was the second time reading this authors book and I just seen where she a new one coming out. And I will be on the lookout for it.
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And my last favorite for the month of June, although I had a few more but chose these three out of what I read.
And The She Was Gone by Christopher Greyson . This is the first book that I have read by this author and I highly recommend it. It was an awesome read, I could not put it down it had be from the beginning to the end. I felt the author did a wonderfully eerie job at bringing these people to life.
This book had twist and twist and kept me wanting more. I am now on the lookout for his other novels: Here’s a few I found while searching my Kindle Unlimited. Jack Frost, Jack Knifed and Jack of Hearts.
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What are your July reads? I have a few that I want to read The Secret Child by Caroline Mitchell, Jack Frost by Christopher Greyson, and Truth and Lies by Caroline Mitchell.