Who's ready for summer? We have officially reached the mid-point of 2022 and I am ready to celebrate (console myself?) with some Vitamin D, pool relaxation, and a good book. Lucky for us, there are some great new titles on the horizon this month to help us through those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. Here's what's happening at The Romance Dish.
Things fire up on Tuesday, July 5 with a review of Up All Night with a Good Duke. This historical romance that launches Amy Rose Bennett's new Byronic Book Club series features a spinster bluestocking heroine and a widowed, single-father duke with a murky reputation.
Hellie joins us on Wednesday, July 6 with a review of Circling Back to You by Julie Tieu. This workplace, friends-to-lovers contemporary romance will be released July 12.
Stop by on Friday, July 8 for Santa's review of A Thousand Miles by Bridget Morrissey, a new reunion road-trip contemporary romance.
On Monday, July 11, I'll be sharing my thoughts about Remember Love, the first book in Mary Balogh's new Ravenswood historical romance series.
Thursday, July 14 brings a review of Vanessa Riley's newest novel, Sister Mother Warrior. Following the success of last year's Island Queen, Riley returns to the Caribbean with the story of the Haitian Revolution and the two true-life women who figured prominently in the rebellion.
Tuesday, July 19 brings a tour review of Grace Under Fire, a new romantic suspense thriller by Julie Garwood.
Join us on Wednesday, July 20 for a review of Double Dog Dare, the second book in Tracy Solheim's Milwaukee Growlers Football series, and a guest post from the author.
I'll be sharing my thoughts about The Lost and Found Girl by Maisey Yates on Friday, July 22. This emotional story about sisters and secrets will be released July 26.
Don't miss our review of Booked on a Feeling by Jaycie Lee on Thursday, July 21. I've loved Lee's contemporary romances and am eager to read this new rom-com.
Tuesday, July 26 brings a tour review of Point Last Seen, a new suspense thriller by Christina Dodd. If past books by Dodd are any indication, I'll need to clear my schedule before I start reading this one. Rarely do her books let me put them down.
Nancy joins us on Thursday, July 28 with a tour review of Nalini Singh's newest novel, Storm Echo. This is the sixth book in Singh's popular paranormal Psy-Changeling Trinity series.
Rounding out the month on Friday, July 29 will be a review of Every Rogue Has His Charm, the fourth book in Susanna Craig's Live and Let Spy series. I've thoroughly enjoyed the suspense/romance blend in the first three books of this historical romance series and am looking forward to reading this newest.
What are you looking forward to reading this month?
Do you have any vacation plans?
We're having a cook out on Monday and pondering side dish possibilities. What are your favorite cook out dishes to make...or eat? :)
Four randomly chosen people who comment before 11:00 PM, July 4 will each receive a package of books from my stash.
*Must be 18
*Void where prohibited