Since May was so busy, I only read two books. The first two weeks of May were crammed with finals and BEA, so I literally had no time to read. Then the last two weeks was a little jam packed because I've started my summer hours at work (summer hours meaning working any day that I can), so I had to adjust to the new, earlier hours. I've turned into a grandma. I'm in bed by 9 and up by 6 almost every day, since I'm one of the few people who actually needs sleep. You know those people that can get by with 5 hours or less of sleep every day? Yeah, I'M JEALOUS. I literally cannot function, and I need to be functioning at my work.
I finished The Museum of Heartbreak by Meg Leder, which was a cute and lighthearted contemporary that I recommend for anyone needing to get over a reading slump, or just in the mood for something light. I'm a part of the blog tour, and my date is June 6th, so my review will be up then! I also read, and absolutely LOVED, The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout. You can find my review here. This is also a contemporary, but it's darker and grittier, with a sweet romance that'll have you absolutely swooning.
So, since this post is coming a little late, my original TBR for June had been muuuuuch bigger than this. I had signed up for a lot of blog tours for ARC's, and all the dates seemed to be right at the beginning of June and it was freaking me out a little. But since then, I've DNF'd some of them (since that seems to be a theme this year) or already finished them, so I've only got two books for review and then the rest is for pleasure.
The Dreamer by E.J Mallow
Elementals: The Head of Medusa by Michelle Madow (release day is the 29th)