On the Night Table [36]: June TBR

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This month, I’m endeavouring to read and review what’s left of my review pile. I haven’t been getting too many books for review, so I think I owe it to these wonderful publishers to get them all done in the next week and a half. I think I’ve talked enough about the top book, so I’m not even going to bother mentioning it.

Burn by Paula Weston is the final book in the Rephaim series. Second blog tour I’m participating this year (the first one was for the third book in the same series). It stops here on June 15th. I’m absolutely scared to read this book. 

Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler is the third book in the Hogarth Shakespeare series. This is her interpretation of The Taming of the Shrew. It has a meddling father trying to save his Russian assistant by marrying his daughter off to keep the Russian in America. Hilarity ensues. 

Opportunity Knocks by Alison Sweeney is about one woman’s entanglement with a celebrity chef. It sounds like a lot of fun, and I’m really hoping to enjoy this novel. I normally have a rule against reading celebrity-written books, but that’s not going to dampen my curiosity. 

Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy West is a memoir about being a woman. You can never read enough books about feminism, so this book is welcomed and timely. 

So these are the books I want to read this month. Oh, I’m sure there are far more books I want to read, but I’m concentrating on these. What’s on your night table this week?