August TBR

Wow it’s August already! Time keeps flying by faster and faster and my TBR pile continues to grow and grow. I have some awesome books coming up that I can’t wait to read.

I’m participating in August ARC so I’m not going to list those books again, but check out the link if you want to see what’s coming out!

In addition to those I’m also going to try and get through these books as well:

There is a reason Hilderbrand is called the “Queen of the summer beach read”. Her books are the definition of summer fun and are always set in Nantucket, a place I’ve never visited but is on my must see list.


Three romantic rivals. One crowded house. Plenty of room for jealousy.
Laurel Thorpe, Belinda Rowe, and Scarlett Oliver share only two things; a love for the man they all married, Deacon Thorpe–a celebrity chef with an insatiable appetite for life–and a passionate dislike of one another. All three are remarkable, spirited women, but they couldn’t be more different. Laurel: Deacon’s high school sweetheart and an effortlessly beautiful social worker; Belinda: a high-maintenance Hollywood diva; and Scarlett: a sexy southern belle floating by on her family money and her fabulous looks. They’ve established a delicate understanding over the years–they avoid each other at all costs.
But their fragile detente threatens to come crashing down after Deacon’s tragic death on his favorite place on earth: a ramshackle Nantucket summer cottage. Deacon’s final wish was for his makeshift family to assemble on his beloved Nantucket to say good-bye. Begrudgingly, Laurel, Belinda, and Scarlett gather on the island as once again, as in each of their marriages, they’re left to pick up Deacon’s mess. Now they’re trapped in the crowded cottage where they all made their own memories–a house that they now share in more ways than one–along with the children they raised with Deacon, and his best friend. Laurel, Belinda, and Scarlett each had an unbreakable bond with Deacon–and they all have secrets to hide.
Before the weekend is over, there are enough accusations, lies, tears, and drama to turn even the best of friends–let alone three women who married the same man–into adversaries. As his unlikely family says good-bye to the man who brought them together–for better or worse–will they be able to put aside their differences long enough to raise a glass in Deacon’s honor?

Emily Giffen is one of my hands down favorite authors and I’m always excited to read anything new from her!


In this dazzling new novel, Emily Giffin, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Something Borrowed, Where We Belong, and The One & Only introduces a pair of sisters who find themselves at a crossroads.


Growing up, Josie and Meredith Garland shared a loving, if sometimes contentious relationship. Josie was impulsive, spirited, and outgoing; Meredith hardworking, thoughtful, and reserved. When tragedy strikes their family, their different responses to the event splinter their delicate bond.


Fifteen years later, Josie and Meredith are in their late thirties, following very different paths. Josie, a first grade teacher, is single—and this close to swearing off dating for good. What she wants more than the right guy, however, is to become a mother—a feeling that is heightened when her ex-boyfriend’s daughter ends up in her class. Determined to have the future she’s always wanted, Josie decides to take matters into her own hands.


On the outside, Meredith is the model daughter with the perfect life. A successful attorney, she’s married to a wonderful man, and together they’re raising a beautiful four-year-old daughter. Yet lately, Meredith feels dissatisfied and restless, secretly wondering if she chose the life that was expected of her rather than the one she truly desired. 


As the anniversary of their tragedy looms and painful secrets from the past begin to surface, Josie and Meredith must not only confront the issues that divide them, but also come to terms with their own choices. In their journey toward understanding and forgiveness, both sisters discover they need each other more than they knew . . . and that in the recipe for true happiness, love always comes first.


Emotionally honest and utterly enthralling, First Comes Love is a story about family, friendship, and the courage to follow your own heart—wherever that may lead. 

Moriarty is another one of my favorites and this book sounds great and I’ve read a couple a nice reviews already so looking forward to this one as well!

Six responsible adults. Three cute kids. One small dog. It’s just a normal weekend. What could possibly go wrong?

Sam and Clementine have a wonderful, albeit, busy life: they have two little girls, Sam has just started a new dream job, and Clementine, a cellist, is busy preparing for the audition of a lifetime. If there’s anything they can count on, it’s each other.

Clementine and Erika are each other’s oldest friends. A single look between them can convey an entire conversation. But theirs is a complicated relationship, so when Erika mentions a last minute invitation to a barbecue with her neighbors, Tiffany and Vid, Clementine and Sam don’t hesitate. Having Tiffany and Vid’s larger than life personalities there will be a welcome respite.

Two months later, it won’t stop raining, and Clementine and Sam can’t stop asking themselves the question: What if we hadn’t gone?

In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty takes on the foundations of our lives: marriage, sex, parenthood, and friendship. She shows how guilt can expose the fault lines in the most seemingly strong relationships, how what we don’t say can be more powerful than what we do, and how sometimes it is the most innocent of moments that can do the greatest harm.


I’ve never read anything from Hager before but I’m participating in her blog tour and this book sounds great!


The perfect guy, the perfect location. What could go wrong? 

Hadley Daniels’s life seems perfect…

Before the beginning of sophomore year of high school, Hadley and her family move to a beautiful beach town, where she makes amazing new friends and lands the boyfriend of her dreams—Nick Jenkins. He’s the kind of guy every girl swoons over, and it isn’t long until Hadley discovers some are still swooning.

A famous ex-girlfriend makes matters more complicated…

After some time dating, Hadley and Nick form a deep bond. But insecurity sets in when Hadley discovers her boyfriend once had a huge crush on her friend—who just happens to be the beautiful former teen TV star, Simone Hendrickson.

The past is the past—or so they say…

Hadley confronts Nick, who confesses about his history with Simone. Though he claims to only have eyes for Hadley now, it’s hard to believe—especially when she’s blindsided with the news that Nick and Simone kissed after school.

Now Hadley must determine who is telling the truth. Love, betrayal, friendship…who needs soap opera drama when you’re busy competing with a star?

I think I’ll leave it there since I’m close to twenty books 😳 but you may see some more reviews added if things go well!

What’s on your TBR for August? Are we planning on reading any of the same books?

June TBR

Like many of you I’m quite sure, my TBR list is long and just keeps getting longer! I’ve narrowed my June TBR to six books but hopefully I can squeeze in a few more before July.

  • The Story of Our Life by Shari Low: Asks the question what would you do if you found out your husband had cheated? This question never fails to intrigue me. What would you do?
  • My Sister’s Secret by Tracy Buchanan: What if you found out your whole life may be a lie? What if you were forced to question everything you thought you knew? What if you couldn’t even trust your family?
  • Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger: Finley sees ghosts. Her grandmother Eloise, is a famous psychic. Together they get drawn into the disappearance of a missing girl.
  • All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda: I’ve been dying to read this, I’ve had so many people tell me they think I will love it! Two girls disappear ten years apart. Told backwards, with promises of twists and turns the reader never sees coming.
  • Since She Went Away by David Bell: Jenna’s best friend, Celia disappears never to be seen again, right before they’re supposed to meet. As Jenna starts looking into her disappearance she discovers shocking secrets all the while dealing with her own guilt about Celia vanishing.
  • Friends Like Us by Sian O’Gorman: Best friends Melissa, Steph and Eilis struggle with their own issues while sticking together.

Anyone read any of these yet? Look for reviews of all these books very soon!