Here at ABC our experts always strive to bring the best to our customers and let you know what we love. We also get an inkling at what books you love through our monthly(ish) Bestseller lists, compiled from the lists of our three stores. We love to share this with you, too, because your TBR-list can never be long enough, right?

In June we have many repeats from previous months, including All Fours, Blue Sisters, A Court of Thorns and Roses, Haunting Adeline, King of Sloth, The Last Devil to Die, Powerless, Prophet Song, White Nights, and Yellowface. But we also have plenty of new titles as well!

The Ashes and the Star-Cursed King by Carissa Broadbent
The Hunger Games with vampires – The Ashes and the Star-Cursed King is book two in the Crowns of Nyaxia series from TikTok sensation Carissa Broadbent, perfect for fans of From Blood and Ash and A Court of Thorns and Roses.

Love is a sacrifice at the altar of power.
In the wake of the Kejari, everything Oraya once thought to be true has been destroyed. A prisoner in her own kingdom, grieving the only family she ever had, and reeling from a gutting betrayal, she no longer even knows the truth of her own blood. She’s left only with one certainty: she cannot trust anyone, least of all Raihn.

The Brothers Hawthorne by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Grayson Hawthorne was raised as the heir apparent to his billionaire grandfather, taught from the cradle to put family first.
Jameson Hawthorne is a risk-taker, a sensation-seeker, a player of games. When his mysterious father appears and asks for a favor, Jameson can’t resist the challenge.
Drawn into twisted games on opposite sides of the globe, Grayson and Jameson – with the help of their brothers and the girl who inherited their grandfather’s fortune and stole their hearts – must dig deep to decide who they want to be and what each of them will sacrifice to win.

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

The case is closed. Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it.
But having grown up in the same small town that was consumed by the murder, Pippa Fitz-Amobi isn’t so sure. When she chooses the case as the topic for her final year project, she starts to uncover secrets that someone in town desperately wants to stay hidden. And if the real killer is still out there, how far will they go to keep Pip from the truth?

Love Unwritten by Lauren Asher
The second book in Lauren Asher’s Lakefront Billionaires series, a spin-off from the multi-million bestselling Dreamland Billionaire series
Rafael : Ellie Sinclair is a hopeless romantic who writes love songs. I’m a struggling workaholic who could inspire a hundred breakup albums.
Ellie: What’s worse than working for a grumpy single dad? We coexist without any issues until a vacation changes everything. Lines blur and old feelings for Rafael return with vengeance as I face a new dilemma. Admitting that I once had a secret crush on him in high school.

Not in Love by Ally Hazelwood
A forbidden, secret affair proves that all’s fair in love and science—from New York Times bestselling author Ali Hazelwood.
Rue Siebert might not have it all, but she has enough: a few friends she can always count on, the financial stability she yearned for as a kid, and a successful career as a biotech engineer at Kline, one of the most promising start-ups in the field of food science. Her world is stable, pleasant, and hard-fought. Until a hostile takeover and its offensively attractive front man threatens to bring it all crumbling down.
Eli Killgore and his business partners want Kline, period. Eli has his own reasons for pushing this deal through—and he’s a man who gets what he wants. With one burning exception: Rue. The woman he can’t stop thinking about. The woman who’s off-limits to him.

A Novel Love Story by Ashley Poshton
A professor of literature finds herself caught up in a work of fiction…literally, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Seven Year Slip and The Dead Romantics.
Eileen Merriweather knows a thing or two about romance. As a professor of literature, she teaches prestigious courses on history’s greatest romantics, but one week out of the year she abandons her dusty textbooks and makes a pilgrimage to the Hudson Valley with her best friend Pru to meet their Super Smutty Book Club in person, and celebrate the romance series that brought them together—Quixotic Falls. It’s a week of wine and happily-ever-afters. Or it’s supposed to be.
Pru bails at the last minute, and Elsy winds up lost in Hudson Valley—alone. In a thunderstorm. When she takes shelter in a bookstore, she immediately gets on the bad side of its grumpy (and infuriatingly sexy) owner, and finds herself in a quaint town that feels like it’s right out of a book… Because it is.

Team: Getting Things Done with Others by David Allen and Edward Lamont
A groundbreaking book, coauthored by David Allen of Getting Things Done fame, delves into the power of collaboration and effective group work. Originally, Getting Things Done revolutionized individual productivity upon its release in 2001. Now, two decades later, it’s evident that extending its principles to teams is the logical next step for maximizing performance.

Tress of the Emerald Sea by Brandon Sanderson
The only life Tress has known on her island home in an emerald-green ocean has been a simple one, with the simple pleasures of collecting cups brought by sailors from faraway lands and listening to stories told by her friend Charlie. But when his father takes him on a voyage to find a bride and disaster strikes, Tress must stow away on a ship and seek the Sorceress of the deadly Midnight Sea. Amid the spore oceans where pirates abound, can Tress leave her simple life behind and make her own place sailing a sea where a single drop of water can mean instant death?

Women Who Run With The Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
According to Jungian analyst Estes, wolves and women share a psychic bond in their fierceness, grace and devotion to mate and community.
In this book, she unfolds rich intercultural myths, fairy tales and many real life stories to show how women can reconnect with these healthy and visionary attributes of their instinctual nature: the archetypal Wild Woman. This work shows the reader how glorious it is to be daring, to be caring, and to be a woman.

You Are Here by David Nicholls
Sometimes you need to get lost to find your way . . .
Michael is coming undone. Adrift after his wife’s departure, he has begun taking himself on long, solitary walks across the English countryside. Becoming ever more reclusive, hell do anything to avoid his empty house.
Marnie, on the other hand, is stuck. Hiding alone in her London flat, she avoids old friends and any reminders of her rotten, selfish ex-husband. Curled up with a good book, shes battling the long afternoons of a life that feels like its passing her by.
When a persistent mutual friend and some very unpredictable weather conspire to toss Michael and Marnie together on the most epic of ten-day hikes, neither of them can think of anything worse. Until, of course, they discover exactly what they’ve been looking for.
Michael and Marnie are on the precipice of a bright future…if they can survive the journey.