There are so many books coming out, this summer, that sound amazing! My wish list is overflowing with beautiful covers and fabulous premises. I wanted to share some of my most anticipated titles, but there were so many, I decided to break it down by publisher :0)
Today's list is for Simon & Schuster Summer 2012 titles. Simon & Schuster has so many amazing titles coming out this summer. There are a heap of contemps that look fantastic, a couple of sequels I am dying to get my hands on, and even a couple paranormals that I'm excited for!
"Being Friends With Boys" by Tera Elan McVoy
I love friends realizing they want to be more than friends stories, and this one sounds so adorable.
"Crazy" by Amy Reed
Okay, so I know it's wrong, but I love Amy Reed's covers. Also, I like stories that deal with mental health.
"In Honor" by Jessi Kirby
I have been pining for this one for so many months. I love road trip books and I love Jessi Kirby. Not to mention all of the fabulous reviews!
"Never Enough" by Denise Jaden
I'm always fascinated by stories about people with eating disorders, they can be tragic, but they always have the opportunity for hope.
"Reunited" by Hilary Weisman Graham
A road trip , three former best friends, and a rock concert! What could be better than that?
"Second Chance Summer" by Morgan Matson
Morgan Matson got me as a fan for life, with her debut, and this one sounds equally as good. Summer stories are always a win and books dealing with family dynamics are some of my favorites.
"Shine" by Jeri Smith-Ready
Must have this book NOW! I have to find out what becomes of all of these characters, especially after that first chapter tease!
"The Thing About the Truth" by Lauren Barnholdt
Bitter rivals to lovestruck teenages, love it!
"This is So Not Happening" by Kieran Scott
Kieran Scott sure knows how to write a cliffhanger. I mean, dang! The one on "He's So Not Worth It" was a killer. Must know what happens!
"The Unnaturalists" by Tiffany Trent
As it turns out, I've become quite fond of steampunk. I never thought I would like it, but it's so interesting and this one sounds like another great one.
"When You Were Mine" by Rebecca Serle
I love retellings of Romeo & Juliet, sometimes more than I like the actual story.
"Wrecked" by Anna Davies
This one sounds very mysterious and I love that it takes place on an island.