Book Haul – June 2023

June was a bit of an odd month. I didn’t add nearly as many books to my physical shelves as I usually do. Thank goodness! However, I did get plenty of great ARCs that will keep me busy through the end of the year. I also picked up a lot of free ebooks from Stuff Your Kindle Day and two giveaways that I won. Those books aren’t included in this haul, though, because there were so many that it would have made this post impossible to finish. lol. I will probably do a separate post for them at some point this month, but we’ll see. Without further ado, here are the ARCs, books, and library acquisitions I got my hands on in June.


10 Things That Never Happened by Alexis Hall, A Market of Dreams and Destiny by Trip Galey, A Nobleman’s Guide to Seducing a Scoundrel by KJ Charles, Charming Young Man by Eliot Schrefer

Stars in Your Eyes by Kacen Callender, The Pattern of the World by J. T. Greathouse, Academy Arcanist by Shami Stovall, The Jasad Heir by Sara Hashem

Digital Purchases (Audiobooks & ebooks)

Cutting Your Teeth by Caylan Macrae, Of Knights and Books and Falling in Love by Rita A. Rubin, Perilous Times by Thomas D. Lee

Physical Purchases

The Will of the Many by James Islington, Lore Olympus Vol. 4 by Rachel Smythe, On or Off Vol. 4 by A1, The Sun and the Star by Rick Riordan & Mark Oshiro, Painted Devils by Margaret Owen

The Fate of Stars by SD Simper, Witch King by Martha Wells, Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall, Husband Material by Alexis Hall

Library Books

The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell, The Shadow Cabinet by Juno Dawson, Elf Defence by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey, The Alchemy of Moonlight by David Ferraro, Spellbound by Allie Therin

Are any of these books on your TBR? Have you read any of them? If so, let me know in the comments!

5 thoughts on “Book Haul – June 2023

  1. This is a brilliant haul of books. I’m picking up The Shadow Cabinet from the library this afternoon and am hoping that it’s better than the first one which a lot of people have assured me that it is.

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