Eagerly Awaited June Romances

I’ve noticed that time slip books have been having a moment (hopefully it will be a long one), and one of the masters has a book out this June. Quite a few of us here at AAR have been eagerly awaiting Susanna Kearsley’s latest release for months on end now, and the big day is almost here! We have some romantic suspense fans here, too, and we’re all anticipating Jill Sorenson’s latest release. And, given that we all have varied tastes, there are books on everyone’s lists that span most subgenres of romance. June is looking to be a busy reading month!

Title and Author Reviewer
The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley Lynn, Lee, Heather S., Mary, Maggie, Lea
Freefall by Jill Sorenson Freefall by Jill Sorenson Dabney, Jane, Lynn, Maggie, Rike
Any Duchess Will Do by Tessa Dare Any Duchess Will Do by Tessa Dare Blythe, Melanie, Maggie, Caz, Lee
The Sword Dancer by jeannie Lin The Sword Dancer by Jeannie Lin Rike, Caroline, Maggie, Lynn
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman Caroline, Lynn, Melanie
Once Upon a Tower by Eloisa James Once Upon a Tower by Eloisa James Jean, Maggie
Ladies' Night by Mary Kay Andrews Ladies’ Night by Mary Kay Andrews Maggie, Lee
Enticing the Spymaster by Julie Rowe Enticing the Spymaster by Julie Rowe Lynn, Rike
How to Tame Your Duke by Juliana Gray How to Tame Your Duke by Juliana Gray Lee, Jane
Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh Cindy, Jean
Secrets and Saris by Shoma Narayanan Secrets and Saris by Shoma Narayanan Caroline, Maggie
Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller Pat
'She Rises by Kate Worsley She Rises by Kate Worsley Caz
In Plain View by Olivia Newport In Plain View by Olivia Newport Maggie
Sweet Revenge by Zoe Archer Sweet Revenge by Zoe Archer Rike
It Had to Be You by Jill Shalvis It Had to Be You by Jill Shalvis Mary
Can't Stop Believing by Jodi Thomas Can’t Stop Believing by Jodi Thomas Pat
I'll Be Seeing You by Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nyhan I’ll Be Seeing You by Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nyhan Maggie
Surrender to the Earl by Gayle Callen Surrender to the Earl by Gayle Callen Caz
One Sweet Ride by Jaci Burton One Sweet Ride by Jaci Burton Haley
Never a Hero by Marie Sexton Never a Hero by Marie Sexton Pat
The Sassy Belles by Beth Albright The Sassy Belles by Beth Albright Maggie

9 thoughts on “Eagerly Awaited June Romances

    • I’ll want that too. Sigh. Leigh Bardugo also has Seige and Storm coming out June 4. Stealing the Preacher Karen Witemeyer and Trouble in Store Carol Cox are Inspys coming out June 1. Together Tea Marjan Kamali is a romance involving an Iranian American family which I ordered because it sounded different and intriguing. I’ll be doing my June reading straight into July!

      • Whatwhat?! I didn’t realize that about Leigh Bardugo’s book. Shadow and Bone was so good! I got it based on your review @maggie b. and absolutely loved it.

        • So glad you liked it! I am always nervous for book two – will it be as good as book one or will I wind up pulling my hair out wondering if the author became a crack addict between novels? Hopefully, this will be an awesome second book.

  1. Julie Anne Long’s “It Happened One Midnight” is due out 6/25, and Mary Balogh’s paperback version of “The Proposal” on 5/28.

    • The Long is coming out 6/25, but it’s technically classified as a July release. I know quite a few of us will be looking for it, though!

  2. I usually read Neal Gaiman’s books as they come out, but may wait until ebook prices come down ($14-15 USD for a new ebook is asking a bit much). I’m also really interested in “She Rises” by Kate Worsley (the style of that cover reminds me of covers I’ve seen for other nautical fiction releases). Unfortunately, the ebook also falls in that unfortunate price range.

  3. I’m late to get on the Susanna Kearsley bandwagon but thanks to so many of your recommendations I’m currently listening to The Shadowy Horses and am thoroughly enjoying it.

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