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July 2018 TBR List

Hey Guys!

Happy Friday :)

I know we're already a few days into July, but I still thought it would be fun to share my July TBR list with you all today.

There's so many amazing titles I hope to get to this month, and I'm really hoping I'll discover some new favorites.

From The Start by Melissa Tagg:

I read the prequel novella in this series a long time ago and I'd always wanted to continue on with reading the rest of the series, especially since I think Melissa Tagg seems like such an amazing person. I will most definitely be getting to this title this month.

One More Wish by Robin Jones Gunn:

I'd literally been on the library waiting list for this one for almost an entire year. This month it's finally my turn to read it, and I can't wait to see what's next for Christy and Todd on their incredible journey.

The Summer Of Cotton Candy by Debby Viguie:

I'm really not too sure what this one is about, but I know it's a series revolving around a Christian girl during each season, and it sounded really cute. I hope to get to the first installment this month.

The Christmas Prayer by Wanda E Brunstetter:

I currently have this upcoming release from NetGalley, and I'm very excited about it. One of my favorite Christmas novels of all time, White Christmas Pie, was written by this author, and I'm very much looking forward to diving into another book by her.

Made To Last by Melissa Tagg:

I started this lovely contemporary by Melissa Tagg at the end of June, and didn't get a chance to finish it. It's definitely one of my priorities this month as I'm really enjoying it already.

Here To Stay by Melissa Tagg:

And since I'm enjoying the first book in the series so much, I hope to continue on with the second book this month as well.

Not Cinderella's Type by Jenni James:

I read the Wattpad version of this one last month, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I really want to get a chance to read the published version this month.

Destination Unknown by Amy Clipston:

I didn't completely love the first book in this series, Roadside Assistance, but I did still enjoy it, especially Whitney's character. Since this one is Whitney's story, I have a feeling I'm  going to enjoy it more than I did the first one. 

And I'm sure I'll end up adding a few more titles as the month goes on, but these are the ones I'm definitely planning to get to.

Thanks so much for reading guys :) have a great weekend, and I'll see you all again on Monday.

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong me and all rights to the respective owners. 


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