Monday, August 1, 2016

July Top Reads #Reviews #Giveaway






A new month begins and a new top reads goes up. Since Top Reads now includes not only myself but the other two reviewers; Erin and Morningstar, their picks go up as well. Last month we started it and after putting it together I realized it was over a ten minute read. So, I’ve shortened it this month.  There’s a banner of the reviewer, the covers, and to read the review and buying info simply click on the link of the original post. This will make the process a wee bit easier and not make you scroll for 11 years.
We narrowed them down best we could. Between the three of us we read OVER 50 books in the month of July and chose the ones that stuck with us the most. So, here we are July 2016 Top Reads.











Smoke & Mirrors by Charlie Cochet

Endings & Beginnings by KC Wells and Parker Williams

Open Road by MJ O’Shea















Not a Game by Cardeno C

On Wings of Thunder by MD Grimm

The Second Harvest by Eli Easton

The Necromancer’s Dilemma by SJ Himes

















Protecting Braden by Luna David

The Arrangement by Felice Stevens


Chasing the Dream by Andrew Grey

Fast Connection by Santino Hassel & Megan Erickson

Always You by Aimee Nicole Walker


Daring the Wolf by Skylar M Cates







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20 comments:

  1. I'm so happy, I have read more than one of the books you listed in July. And I loved them. What a great list. And I don't have all the rest in my library yet, my TBR just keeps growing.

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    1. My favourites were Smoke and Mirrors and A Second Harvest.

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  2. I loved Priddy's Tale by Harper Fox. I also really liked Rattlesnake by Kim Fielding. And the Irregulars by Josh Lanyon, Ginn Hale, Nicole Kimberling and Astrid Amara

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  3. July favourites for me were Bitten by Mistake by Annabel Jacobs, Endings and Beginnings by KC Wells, Match Point by Leigh Carman, Practice Makes Perfect by Jay Northcote, and Curious Beginnings by M.A. Innes.

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  4. I love the July books, I've read some and others are on the TBR pile. My favourite was most definitely Smoke and Mirrors by Charlie Cochet.

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  5. Fast Connection by Santino Hassel & Megan Erickson. I liked it even more than the first one.

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  6. Lyn Gala's Aberrant Magic series and and old release of C.J. Anthony "Heaven"

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  8. Let's try this again. My favourite reads during July were: Castor by Shaun Young, Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, Love my by K.C. Wells and Endings and Beginnings by the same author and Parker Williams, Blow Down by JL Merrow and Bitten by Mistake by Annabelle Jacobs.

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  9. The Arrangement by Felice Stevens was my favorite read for July.

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  10. What were some of your favorite books of July? There so many great books in July my favourites were "Thirds Book Seven: Smoke And Mirrors" by Charlie Cochet "Second Harvest" by Eli Easton "Chasing Dreams" by Andrew Grey "A Cowboys Home" by R J Scott.

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  11. This month I loved Son of Money by Brandon Witt. Excellent story & writing
    Match Point by Leigh Carman - sexy enemies to lovers read.

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  12. Great list! One of my favorites this month was Counting Daisies by Nicola Haken!

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  13. My fav. Not a Game by Cardeno C.
    The Arrangement by Felice Stevens

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  14. Thank you Meredith and Star!!!

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  15. I don't think it was released in July, but I read Hexbreaker and it's prequel The 13th Hex by Jordan L Hawk. Amazing!

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  16. July was not my most productive reading time, sadly. But I say JL Merrow's Blow Down was one of the high point last month.

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  17. Fast Connection, Blow Down and Smoke & Mirrors were some of my favourites.

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