This Top Ten Tuesday is dedicated to sharing the last ten books that are new to our bookshelves.
First & Then by Emma Mills - I love the sound of Pride and Prejudice meets Friday Night Lights.
Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen - I am so excited t re-read this book (it has been about 10 years) and participate in The Summer of Sarah Dessen.
Come Back to Me by Mila Gray - I think the synopsis for this book sounds really good; plus, Mila Gray is also the pen name for Sarah Alderson and I've enjoyed her books in the past.
The Accident Season by Moira Fowley-Doyle - I love that this book takes place in Ireland...so excited to check this one out next month.
A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn - I have enjoyed Raybourn's other books, so I knew I had to get an ARC of this one. I like the setting of Victorian England; it sounds like a promising new series.
Blue Voyage by Diana Renn - I haven't read a good YA mystery in quite sometime, so when this one landed on my doorstep, it immediately caught my eye. I hope it doesn't disappoint!
Tiny Little Thing by Beatriz Williams - I bought myself a copy of this book after loving A Hundred Summers and The Secret Life of Violet Grant. Beatriz Williams is becoming one of my favorite historical fiction authors.
Lady Maybe by Julie Klassen - I love a good historical read and this one was sent to me for review. The setting is Regency England, which I love.
Keeping the Moon by Sarah Dessen - This is one of the only Dessen novels I haven't read (along with What Happened to Goodbye), so I plan to remedy that this summer.
The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly - I have always wanted to read this book and when I saw it was on sale, I jumped at the opportunity. I love Donnelly's historical novels (A Northern Light and Revolution), so I am hoping this one will prove to be just as good.
What books are new to your bookshelves this summer? Let me know! This meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.