# 1. Everything We Give (Everything We Keep #3) by Kerry Lonsdale — Women’s Fiction — “Brimming with suspense, mystery, and romance, Everything We Give brings to a powerful close the gripping series of love, lies, and the secrets families keep.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#2. The Brink of Darkness (The Edge of Everything #2) by Jeff Giles — YA Fantasy — “This sequel to the romantic, buzzy The Edge of Everything returns readers to the cinematic world of star-crossed couple X and Zoe. Life has changed for seventeen-year-old Zoe ever since the events that brought her together with mysterious X. In order to save Zoe’s family, X did the unthinkable—traded their freedom for his captivity in the Lowlands forever.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#3. Smoke and Iron (The Great Library #4) by Rachel Caine — YA Dystopian — “The opening moves of a deadly game have begun. Jess Brightwell has put himself in direct peril, with only his wits and skill to aid him in a game of cat and mouse with the Archivist Magister of the Great Library.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#4. Off the Grid (The Lost Platoon) by Monica McCarty — Romantic Suspense — “A hunt for dangerous secrets leads to explosive chemistry in this exhilarating romantic suspense novel.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#5. The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams — Historical Romance — “Filled with appealing, fully realized characters, vivid atmosphere, and an addictive narrative, The Summer Wives has all the ingredients to be the hit read of the summer and beyond.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#6. The Intermission by Elyssa Friedland — Domestic Life — “Have you ever had a secret so gut-wrenching you couldn’t share it with anyone, not even the person who shares your bed? Told from the alternating perspectives of a husband and wife who both have something to hide, this incisive novel pulls back the curtain on a seemingly-happy marriage, posing the question: how much do we really know–and how much should we want to know–about the people we love the most.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#7. Still Water by Amy Stuart — Psychological Thriller — “How do you find the truth in a town full of secrets? Sally Proulx and her young boy have mysteriously disappeared in the stormy town of High River. Clare O’Dey is hired to track them down, hoping against all odds to find them alive. But High River isn’t your typical town.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#8. It All Falls Down (Nora Watts #2) by Sheena Kamal — Suspense — “Focused on the mysterious events of her father’s past and the clues they provide to her own fractured identity and that of her estranged daughter, Nora may not be able to see the danger heading her way until it’s too late. But it’s not her father’s old ties that could get her killed—it’s her own.”

Release date: July, 3rd.

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#9.  The Best Friend by K. Larsen — Romantic Suspense — “The click of her camera shutter was the last untroubled sound she heard. When a muffled scream ripped through the air, Aubry turned around. That was her first mistake. When men dressed in black, forcefully shoved a scantily-clad girl in a shipping container and set their sights on her, Aubry ran. Little did Aubry know, her luck was about to run out.”

Release date: July, 5th.

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#10. A Girl Like Lilac by Victoria L. James — Contemporary Romance — “With a desperate need to protect her from a distance, one arrest turned to two, two soon turning into three, and before Toby knew what was happening, the sleepy village of Southwold was turning against him for daring to stand up for a girl like Lilac.”

Release date: July, 610.jpgth.