Friday, June 21, 2024

What's in the (e) a book giveaway


Party Favors by/from Sariah Wilson (print)

Humor Me by Cat Shook from Celadon (NetGalley)

Ugliest by/from Kelly Vincent (NetGalley)

Libby Lost and Found by Stephanie Booth from Sourcebooks (NetGalley)

Flopping in a Winter Wonderland by Jason June from HarperCollins (NetGalley)

Who Loves You Best by Marilyn Simon Rothstein from Lake Union (NetGalley)

Liv is Not a Loser by Lauren Ford from Canelo (NetGalley)

Until Next Summer by Ali Brady from Berkley (print)

The Second Mrs Strom by Kaira Rouda from Bookouture (NetGalley)

Counting Miracles by Nicholas Sparks from Random House (print)

This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things by Naomi Wood from Mariner (NetGalley)

Let's Call Her Barbie by Renee Rosen from Berkley (NetGalley)

The Sunflower House by Adriana Allegri from St. Martin's Press (NetGalley)

Eddie Winston Is Looking for Love by Marianne Cronin from Harper (NetGalley)

Hot Mother by Nancy Peach from Hera (NetGalley)

Nobody's Perfect by Sally Kilpatrick from Montlake (NetGalley)

It's All Sun and Games by Portia MacIntosh from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)


Till Death Do Us Part by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn from Simon & Schuster (NetGalley)

The Bachelorette Party by Sandra Block from BookSparks (NetGalley)

Melissa S:
A Home for the Holidays by Taylor Hahn from Knopf (print)
One-Star Romance by Laura Hankin from Berkley (print)

Pickleballers by Ilana Long from Berkley (NetGalley)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Until Next Summer by Ali Brady

Thanks to Berkley, we have one copy to give away!

There's another chance to win from Goodreads through June 22nd (US only)!

Two former best friends each find love at an adults-only summer camp in this romantic and nostalgic novel that proves “once a camp person, always a camp person.”

Growing up, Jessie and Hillary lived for summer, when they’d be reunited at Camp Chickawah. The best friends vowed to become counselors together someday, but they drifted apart after Hillary broke her promise and only Jessie stuck to their plan, working her way up to become the camp director. 

When Jessie learns that the camp will be sold, she decides to plan one last hurrah, inviting past campers—including Hillary—to a nostalgic “adult summer camp” before closing for good. Jessie and Hillary rebuild their friendship as they relive the best time of their lives—only now there are adult beverages, skinny dipping, and romantic entanglements. Straitlaced Hillary agrees to a “no strings attached” summer fling with the camp chef, while outgoing Jessie is drawn to a moody, reclusive writer who’s rented a cabin to work on his novel.

The friends soon realize this doesn’t have to be the last summer. They’ll team up and work together, just like the old days. But if they can’t save their beloved camp, will they be able to take the happiness of this summer away with them? (Courtesy of Amazon.)

"Until Next Summer charms with crackling summer romance, the magic of true friendship, and an against-the-odds story of discovering the things that matter—and finding the courage to fight for them.”
New York Times bestselling author Kristin Harmel

"Until Next Summer is an irresistible frolic through the joys of summer, friendship and young romance but also a reminder of the heartache that comes along with that unforgettable time in life. This book is for anyone who still thinks about their first crush, their first friend or their first sip of bug juice.”
—Elyssa Friedland, author of Jackpot Summer

"Until Next Summer, like camp itself, brims with summer romance, forever friendship, and, maybe most of all, finding who you’re meant to be. As a camp fanatic, I give this one five huge stars—and now I want to go to Camp Chickawah too!"
—Kristy Woodson Harvey, New York Times Bestselling author of The Summer of Songbirds

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Mary C said...

The Parent Trap

dstoutholcomb said...

The Parent Trap

Kimberly said...

The Baby-Sitters Club!

Toni Laliberte said...

I loved the movie Little Darlings. It came out in 1980 and stars Kristy McNichol, Tatum O'Neal, and Matt Dillon.

diannekc said...

I don't camp and I can't think of a camp movie.

Lisa D said...

N/A for me! I don't have a favorite overnight camp memory or a favorite camp-themed movie.

Karen S. said...

The Parent Trap!

Viviana V said...

I've never been to camp!

Mary Preston said...

I went camping a lot as a child. Hated every moment of it.

Robyn said...

"The Great Outdoors". Thank you for the giveaway.

Susan C said...

Favorite camp themed movie is The Parent Trap!

bn100 said...


Anonymous said...

The Parent Trap for sure!!

Elle said...

My favorite camp-themed movie is Troop Beverly Hills.

holdenj said...

I think the one I like best was the Parent Trap.

Jess R said...

When I was in middle school I attended a camp in Colorado, I have so many fond memories but the best one is sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows...just being a kid. No worries and no stress.

TinaB said...

The Patent Trap!