June’s Book of the Month…

It looks like we are closing in on the half-way point of 2015, which is really, really scary. On the positive side, there are some great books to look forward to. To be honest, I figure that the results of the book of the month poll for June is pretty much a foregone conclusion, but I have been wrong before. I have chosen 10 titles to choose from, but if you have another pick just click on “Other” and leave your selection in the comments section below. A complete list of June’s releases can be found HERE.

As always, the book chosen as June’s Book of the Month will be offered as a giveaway at the first of the month.


9 thoughts on “June’s Book of the Month…

  1. Emily says:

    Yeah, I’m thinking “foregone conclusion” sums it up. I’m also willing to bet that anyone who didn’t vote for Shards of Hope hasn’t read the series at all.

  2. Rika Ashton says:

    Reblogged this on Rika's Musings and commented:
    So many great reads coming in June!! But its no surprise that Nalini Singh’s Shards of Hope is getting my vote…I’ve been talking about this book for months.

    -Rika Ashton

    (aka Unashamed Fangirl)

  3. Pals20 says:

    The only way a Nalini Singh’s release might not be BOTM is if there is a release by Ilona Andrews or Shelly Laurenston.. Probably even then. But this month – it’s gotta to be Shards of Hope.

  4. dougmeeks says:

    Well I am only about 40% through it and it is nothing liked I assumed, I really thought it would be like Vasic’s book but after a few chapters of life or death it settles down into a slow evolving romance (with about 3-4 subplots as always)

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