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Top 5 Tuesday: Summer Time Reads

Today I decided to participate in another Top 5 Tuesday post, which is a weekly meme hosted by Bionic Book Worm. Shanah created this weekly event as a way to explore different, fun topics, so make sure you visit her amazing blog and check out her Top 5 Tuesday posts!

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Top 5 Summer Time Reads:


The Future She Left Behind by Marin Thomas

I would have to say that this amazing piece of Women’s Fiction is a PERFECT Summer read! It has a journey of self-discovery, family, friends, and plenty of humor!


First Came Forever by Annie Woods

A backpacking trip through a foreign country. First love. Friendship. Promises and lies. This YA romance is quite the Summer read!


Chasing Nirvana by Ellyn Oaksmith

“For a moment we’re all rock stars, singing along, chasing love and adventure and most of all, chasing Nirvana.” (Ellyn Oaksmith, Chasing Nirvana)

A queer teen decides to take a road trip to see her all time favorite band to try to get them to play at her prom. It may take place during school, but it is definitely a fun Summer read!

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Lose Me by M.C. Frank

This one is the epitome of a Summer read. It’s emotional and gripping. It has self discovery, love, loss, and a perfect Summer setting!


My Lady Jane by The Lady Janies

Everybody needs a little fun during the Summer. This one is light, extremely humorous, and very unique, so it is a perfect Summer read!

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13 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Summer Time Reads

  1. Is it possible it was on your blog indeed that I read “The Future She left Behind” Adrienne? I recall loving the review!

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