Best books of July 2018

Check out the books that stood out this month!

Best books of July 2018

Best books of July 2018

So, let’s see which book made it on our
Best books of July 2018 list!!

July was ok – not too exciting, but not bad either. I reread parts of my favorite UF series, in preparation for the last book. I also found a couple new authors that I’m looking forward to read again, which is always my goal. July was also a month of fantasy. So, it wasn’t a bad month at all. The best of all, it was an easy month regarding deadlines. 

Best books of July 2018

 

The Raging Ones - Krista Ritchie, Becca Ritchie

Archangel's Prophecy - Nalini Singh

Brand New and EPIC
YA Science Fiction

First book in a
new fantasy series

Book 11 in an epic
Angel and Vampire Hunter series

 


Magic Triumphs - Ilona Andrews

Magic Shifts - Ilona Andrews

Magic Breaks - Ilona Andrews

Iron and Magic - Ilona Andrews

EPIC FINALE
favorite UF series

REREAD

REREAD

Amazing FRIST BOOK
in a new UF trilogy


 

Tailspin - Sandra Brown

Tsumiko and the Enslaved Fox - Forthright

Ride - Harper Dallas

AUDIOBOOK
of the month

Romantic Suspense

ORIGNIAL & CREATIVE
unique debut novel

Snowboarding
Sports Romance

 


Josh and Hazel's Guide to Not Dating - Christina Lauren

Circe - Madeline Miller

 

 

 

HILARIOUS

Greek Mythologie

 

 


 

And here are TJ’s books:

 

The Peer and the Puppet - B.B. Reid

Heartless - Willow Winters

The Cruel Prince - Holly Black

YA and Emotional

GRITTY & DARK
Mafia

YA Royals
Dark Fantasy

AUDIOBOOK


 

 

BDSM & Cowboys
Erotica

 

 

 

Best books of July 2018

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9 thoughts on “Best books of July 2018

    1. Jenna, I’m the same. I rather wait until the entire series is out. But sometimes reading a series one book at a time vs binging is just the way to go. 😀

    1. I think I got it from the publishers a few weeks ago, but I had to force myself to wait until I had a day just to myself and reading. 😀

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