Monthly Wrap-Up June Reads

Monthly Wrap-Up: June 2023

It’s time to share my monthly wrap-up for my June reads! I spent much of June procrastinating on my final edits for a book I have releasing in July (should have been June) and another releasing in August. What can I say? I procrastiread. Feel free to scope out my June reads for new books to add to your TBR.

Books Read in June

I’m on Connilyn Cossette’s launch team for her August release, Voice of the Ancients, so I’ve been reading her books. Sad to say, I owned several of them but had never read any of them until now…and now I can’t stop. LOL. You’ll find several of her books in this month’s wrap-up.

Wings of the Wind, by Connilyn Cossette

A Canaanite meets the God of Israel and learns what true love is in the process.

26 Below, by Kimberly Woodhouse

What happens when the temperature hits 26 below zero and evil strikes?

What Happens When Women Say Yes to God, by Lysa Terkeurst

Lysa Terkeurst encourages women to say yes to God and shares the amazing things that can happen when they do.

Out of His League, by Maggie Dallen

When Ronnie tries to reinvent herself at a new school, the last person she expected to fall for was the guy who didn’t remember her.

A Christmas Gift for Kate, by Tess Brennan

After an acrimonious divorce, Kate has given up on love. But what if Christmas offers the chance to start over?

The Starlet Spy, by Rachel Scott McDaniel

A Hollywood actress is pressed into service as a spy. Read my full review.

Point of Danger, by Irene Hannon

An outspoken radio personality’s life is in danger. Will the police be able to catch the criminals in time?

Pursuit of Justice, by Brian Shea

There is danger on every side for Mouse as she tries to evade life as a sex slave. Is there anyone she can trust?

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The Peasant King, by Tessa Afshar

Danger lies ahead as Jemmah and her sister go to rescue their mother, but Jemmah finds much more than she bargained for.

His Perfect Family, by Aminata Coote

A marriage of convenience may result in a second chance at love.

Like Honey for the Bones, by Brandy Heineman

A search for answers in the present day is irretrievably tied to questions in the past

Abigail, by Jill Eileen Smith

What may it have been like for Abigail, first as Nabal’s wife then as David’s?

Counted With the Stars, by Connilyn Cossette

Can an Egyptian slave find freedom among the Hebrews?

Justice Delayed, by Patricia Bradley

Will an innocent man be executed? Or will they find evidence to exonerate him before it’s too late?

Shadow of the Storm, by Connilyn Cossette

After being rescued from Egypt, will Shira have the courage to fight for her dreams?

5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit, by Nikki Koziarz

Do you find yourself not following through on your commitments? This look at Ruth’s life will uncover five habits to help you not to quit.

The Christmas Heirloom

A novella collection about an heirloom that helps its owner to find true love.

Wedding at Sea by Melissa Tagg

Read the thrilling conclusion to the Muir Harbor series and finally read as Lilian and Wilder fall in love.

Have you read any of these books? What were the books you read in June?

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