The Best New Book Releases - June 6, 2023

June 6, 2023

June is an exciting month for book releases and I’m excited to bring you the best new book releases  coming out on June 6 2023! These releases include fiction, romance, thriller, and historical fiction.

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Lady Tan's Cirlce of Women by Lisa See

Her grandparents raised Tan Yunxian into an elite family, her grandmother being one of the only female doctors in China. Learning from her grandmother and after befriending a midwife-in-training, she took a strong interest in women’s health and vowed to share in her friend’s triumphs and defeats.

 

Lady Tan’s Circle of Women is a mesmerizing story of women befriending and supporting other women. But when Yunxian had a forced arranged marriage, she was forbidden from practicing medicine, being expected to act as a proper, traditional wife of her time. Though expected of her, she continues to lead a life of much significance that many still use her remedies today.

The Paris Daughter by Kristin Harmel

In Paris in 1939, two young mothers become fast friends as they prepare to face the effects of war together. As the German occupation intensifies and targets Elise, she entrusts her friend, Juliette, with her daughter’s life. Destruction ensues during the war, resulting in Juliette vanishing, along with Elise’s daughter.

 

Elise’s desperate search leads her to New York City, where she has one final hope to meet back up with her daughter. Follow along on Elise’s emotional story packed full of resilience, determination, and love.

All The Sinners Bleed by S.A. Cosby

Charon County has never seen a Black sheriff, that is, until Titus Crowne stepped up, determined to make a difference. But a year after his election into office, the town was shaken by a school shooting, ultimately leaving a beloved teacher dead and the shooter by the hand of a deputy.

 

During the investigation, it became clear that the deceased teacher was abusing the shooter, as well as other patrons. The investigation leads to upturned secrets, and while Titus tries to uncover new details, he must also face what it means to be a Black police officer in Charon County.

The Wind Knows My Name by Isabel Allende

New York Times bestselling author Isabel Allende is back with another powerful, moving novel. In 1938, Samuel Adler was six years old when his father disappeared from Nazi-occupied Austria. His mother successfully secured a spot for him on the last train out, which led him to the United States.

 

Fast forward to 2019, Anita Diaz, a blind seven-year-old, boards a train leaving El Salvador hoping to find refuge in the United States. However, challenges arise, and Anita finds herself working with a social worker to search for a recently discovered family member already in the United States, who is employed at the home of now eighty-six-year-old Samuel Adler. The Wind Knows My Name by Isabel Allende is a touching story of danger, determination, and dreams.

Same Time Next Summer by Annabel Monaghan

Sam has it all together. Her fiance is a doctor, and she has a great job in Manhattan. Yet, as soon as Sam arrives in Long Island to begin touring wedding venues, she senses things start to go awry. She feels Wyatt near, her first love that broke her heart as a teenager.

 

Sam begins to reminisce about the past and who she used to be. She knows she has to choose as Wyatt reenters her life. Yet, for some reason, being back and knowing Wyatt is near is too much for her to handle.

The Bookshop by the Bay by Pamela Kelley

After the respectable, high-profile lawyer, Jess, discovers her husband cheating, she decides to leave Charleston and move back to Cape Cod with the company of her daughter. Reuniting with her long-time best friend, Allison, proves life-changing for Jess.

 

After Allison’s career hits a devastating low, she has an opportunity to fall into her lap that she can’t pass up. When Jess and Allison set a plan in motion to become co-owners of their favorite local bookstore, they also open up new doors for romance, new bonds, and second chances. The Bookshop by the Bay by Pamela Kelley is a story of friendship, love, and dreams.

Starring Adele Astaire by Eliza Knight

Starring Adele Astaire by Eliza Knight is the story of a 1920s exuberant rising stage star, a persistent young dancer, and two women with inextinguishable spirits.

 

Adele Astaire was a glamorous star, entrancing audiences from New York to London. She had dreams of a loving family and also fame. Violet Wood has wanted to be a dancer since she began walking. Her rags-to-riches lifestyle has taught her that perseverance is the key to success.

 

In the wake of wartime London, the lives of Adele and Violet intertwine, causing each to question whether paying the price is worth the fame and fortune they both seek so much.

Girls And Their Horses by Eliza Jane Brazier

After moving to Southern California, Heather Parker is determined to give her daughter the life she believes she deserves, starting by signing them both up for riding lessons. Finding that it comes both naturally and fun, they quickly become entangled in the horse world, girl cliques and dark secrets included.

 

Before Heather knows it, the lies within the showjumping community become lethal, accidents happen, and someone dies.

Unfortunately, Yours by Tessa Bailey

After losing her job and fiance, Natalie Vos returned home to regain control of her life and get back on her feet. She needs her trust fund fiance’s assistance, whom she plans to marry out of convenience. When a business venture comes her way, she decides to seek the help of a man who makes her want to kill him (and kiss him).

 

The feisty heiress has been haunting August Cates’ dreams for as long as he can remember. The undeniable, unbearable, and unfortunate attraction between them cannot be denied, though they drive each other crazy. Now, a quickie marriage may be the joining factor to help them in life.

Double Decker Dreams by Lindsay MacMillan

Kat is an American consultant staffed on a six-month project in London, with the goal of being promoted and falling in love. Just when she feels passion is out of reach, she meets a man on a double-decker bus and knows, at first sight, he is the one. When she finally decides to work up the courage to say hello, she finds out he is not who she expected him to be.

 

Does Kat have what it takes to find love, unlike the movies? Double Decker Dreams by Lindsay MacMillan is a modern love story that will take the reader through an emotionally resonant rollercoaster ride through the heart of London.

The Good Ones by Polly Stewart

Nicola’s friend mysteriously vanished. Now, twenty years later, Nicola is newly unemployed and still haunted by her friend’s disappearance. Nicola obsessively searches online, hoping to discover a clue about the disappearance, but she seems to be the only one who still seems to care.

 

Desperation leads her to her hometown and a job that will help her determine any information that can lead to the answers she seeks about her friend’s disappearance. Deep down, she knows the answers are tucked away in the secrets of her small town. As she discovers answers, will Nicola finally be released from the past and to the unanswered questions of her adolescence?

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