New Releases I’m Excited About: Summer 2017 Contemporary Fiction

April 3, 2017 Christian, coming soon, contemporary, Most Anticipated Summer 2017 48

 

Yay! It’s my favorite week of each season – a week of posts about the upcoming new releases that I’m excited about!! Sadly, I have come to accept that I can’t possibly read them ALL while they are still considered new releases, but that has not stopped me from adding all of these to my TBR pile. #booknerdproblems

Today we’re going to look at CONTEMPORARY FICTION new releases for May-August.

Susan D. – get out your lists 😀 hahaha!

Here’s the breakdown for the week’s posts:

Today – Contemporary Fiction
Tuesday – Fantasy/YA
Wednesday – Historical Fiction
Thursday – Amish Fiction
Friday – Mystery/Suspense
Saturday – NonFiction

If you want to know more about each book, clicking on the covers will take you to that book’s Amazon page. (Think: PREORDER lol)

All books on today’s post are classified as “Christian” or “clean” fiction.

     

     

     

     

     

       

     

Cover Still To Come:

The Last Summer by Brandy Bruce

Then There Was You by Kara Isaac

the next Maple Run novel by Toni Shiloh

     

   

     

Cover to Come:

Healing Love by Jennifer Slattery

    

     

Cover Still To Come:

A Dad for Charlie by Anna J. Stewart

The Sergeant’s Temptation by Sophia Sasoon

The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter

New Year’s Wedding by Muriel Jensen

ALSO releasing sometime this summer: The Whys Have It by Amy Matayo!

Whew! That’s a lot of great books on the horizon!! Which contemporary books are you most looking forward to from May-August?

Carrie

48 Responses to “New Releases I’m Excited About: Summer 2017 Contemporary Fiction”

  1. Rebecca Maney

    I have had the privilege of advance reading “Looking Glass Lies” by Varina Denman, so I am excited for others to have the experience of absorbing the truths permeating through-out this gutsy, deeply redeeming story.

    Definitely looking forward to the releases by Liz Johnson, Becky Wade, Denise Hunter, Victoria Bylin, Ruth Logan Herne, Sarah Monzon, Susan May Warren,Courtney Walsh, Kara Isaac . . . . but a newer author, to me at least . . .. that so impressed me . . Tammy Gray. Plus, Toni Shiloh and Teresa Tysinger . . . oh, I see what you mean!

  2. Winnie Thomas

    My answer to your question as to which books I’m most looking forward to from May to August is: all of the above. I think Nicole Deese is supposed to have one in August. I’m looking forward to hers.

    • Carrie

      i had her on the list but when I went to put the post together, it looks like it’s coming out in September instead!

  3. Suzie Waltner

    So many of these!! Hilary Manton Lodge’s new one looks like it’s right up my alley and really looking forward to Kara Isaac’s new one.

  4. Teresa Tysinger

    Wow, there are so many awesome titles coming out. So many books, so little time! And a bug huge HIGH-GIVE thanks for including Someplace Familiar. 🙂

    • Carrie

      I’m SO EXCITED for Someplace Familiar!! That whole row has me all a’grin 😀

  5. Kay Garrett

    How do you decide? They all sound amazing and I’d love to read them all.

  6. Susan Dyer

    Grrrrr!!! I need more paper!! Hahahaha

    Now, where the check is my pen??

    Great list! My TBR just exploded and it’s only the first day!!??

  7. Toni Shiloh

    May’s going to be epic. I may have to take a writing break just to dive in the book world. Oh and Hillary Manton Lodge and Courtney Walsh’s books look fantastic! And how did I miss that Victoria Bylin had a new one coming?! *goes to add to TBR pile*

    Thanks for including mine! I’m in such good company. 🙂

  8. Paula S.

    Jane of Austin and Freedom’s Ring because I’m really more interested in historicals. So I like the historical connection of these two books.

  9. Courtney

    These posts are my favorite! All those covers are like gifts under the tree waiting to be unwrapped! I have been a long time fan of Wade, Deese, Matayo, and Gray. Thanks to your blog I have recently enjoyed books by Bylin and Monzon. Several of these others will get added to my list, too!

  10. Tracey Hagwood

    I have a lot of the same books on my “coming in 2017 list” so I’ll just add one not on your list.

    *THE WRITING DESK by Rachel Hauck out in July. I read an arc and I believe it’s going to make all the BEST Books of 2017 lists. LOVED IT! It falls into both the contemporary and the historical categories, but it starts in modern day so I’m adding it here.

    • Carrie

      ah yes!! I stuck that one in historical, for some reason. But I’m most DEFINITELY looking forward to it!

  11. Nancy M

    So as I was scrolling I’m thinking yes! Excellent choices. Then more books appeared and I go back. That was just May? Oh dear! Must read faster! ? Bring it on summer! Yay for great authors and books and friends and their debuts!

  12. Linda

    So many great books coming! I think Melissa Tagg has one coming in August – the final Walker family story.

  13. Jill Kemerer

    I’m excited about so many books on your list, too! And there were quite a few here I didn’t realize were releasing! Thank you!!

  14. Rissi

    My favorite genre. How to choose!? Excited for Melissa’s, Hillary’s, Becky’s and the novella collection “Right Where We Belong” sounds super cute, too. 🙂

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