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Lazy, hazy summertime for Best Kindle books June 2015

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Summertime Reading Kindle Books June 2015

Summer is here!  The children are out of school and it’s time for lazy days in the sun!  We’ve put together a list of our favorite books for whiling away the hours under the umbrella while the children splash in the pool.  Grab a tall glass of iced tea, your favorite snack and your Kindle, and check out these Best Kindle books for June…and don’t forget the sunscreen!

In the Unlikely Event

If you grew up reading Judy Blume in middle school, then let this newest offering take you back to a time when life was just a little more carefree.  Three generations of families, friends and strangers come together to remember what was a life-changing summer for all of them…and discover that all was not as it seemed.  A trip back in time to the days when Elizabeth Taylor haircuts were in style and Nat King Cole was melting our hearts with “Unforgettable.”  This one is a must-read!

Primates of Park Avenue: A Memoir

When pseudo-socialite Wednesday Martin marries a man from the Upper East Side, she suddenly finds herself trying to make sense of the dropoff lane at her children’s elite private preschool, struggling to understand her newfound craving for an Hermes Birkin bag and wondering why the other mothers clearly don’t like her.  With her trademark humor, Martin begins comparing everyone to what she knows about primates…and suddenly it all makes sense.  This is beach reading at it’s very best.

Wicked Women: Notorious, Mischievous, and Wayward Ladies from the Old West

Someone once said that “bad girls have all the fun” and it was certainly true in the Old West!  This compilation of stories about the ladies who preferred six shooters to tea cups will have you laughing out loud…and learning a little bit of history in the process!

Don’t Try To Find Me: A Novel

Marley has disappeared, and when the police tell her parents that they are out of resources, Rachel and Paul turn to social media to try to find their daughter.  As time passes, secrets start to be revealed, and soon the fingers are pointing straight at Rachel.  Is Marley a runaway…or did something much worse happen to her?

Piranha (The Oregon Files)

Clive Cussler has done it again.  In 1902, the volcano Mt. Pelee erupts on Martinique, burying more than 30,000 people…and a scientist on the verge of a major discovery.  Now, more than a century later, Juan Cabrillo will have to deal with that scientist’s legacy…and what he finds will have him in a race against time to keep a madman from ruling the largest empire the world has ever known.

Murder in the Mystery Suite (A Book Retreat Mystery 1)

We love us a new mystery series!  And this one has book lovers, a remote hideaway, a murderer and a spunky detective.  Storyton Hall is tucked away in the hills of Virginia.  When a bibliophile is found murdered during their “Murder and Mayhem” week, manager Jane Steward has to find the killer before he finds another victim!

The Atlantis Gene: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 1) (Atlantis Trilogy)

70,000 years ago, mankind almost went extinct.  No one really knows how we survived it…no one except the Immari.  For 2,000 years they’ve kept the secret…and now they’re in a race against time as the countdown to the next step in human evolution is about to begin…and this time we might not make it through.

The House We Grew Up In: A Novel

The Bird family has a picture perfect life…beautiful mother, happy children, doting father.  Until one fateful Easter Sunday when it all falls apart.  Now, years later the children have come back to the home they grew up in to try and find what they lost.  Their mother is a hoarder, their father has been alienated and the children have all gone away.  Can they bring back what they once had?  And what really happened on that Easter Sunday so long ago?

Maude

How do you tell the story of a life?  Spanning generations, from 1906 to the 1960’s, this heartwarming story of a young girl starts with her wedding day and goes through her life and the lives of her children and grandchildren.  A must read for those long summer nights.

100 Days of Real Food: How We Did It, What We Learned, and 100 Easy, Wholesome Recipes Your Family Will Love

When Lisa Leake and her husband set out to eat nothing but healthy food for 100 days, they had no idea of the impact that their decision would have.  After inviting her blog readers to follow along, Lisa found herself the unlikely leader of a movement toward real food that would span the nation…and then the world.  This is her story, with tips, tricks, insights and recipes to help you and your family make the jump from processed to natural.

There you have it!  Our top 10 Kindle Best books for June! Tell us in the comments below which ones grabbed your attention and why, and if you found some that we missed, tell us about those too!

Happy Reading!

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