Tell Me Something Tuesday: June 25, 2024 – Favorites from First Half of 2024

Posted June 25, 2024 by Jen in TMST Tags:

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June 25th: Mid-Year Check-In: What books have you loved so far in 2024?

My favorite book I’ve read so far and that was released in 2024 is

BRIDE by Ali Hazelwood (February 2024, Berkley)

Audiobook cover of Bride by Ali HazelwoodAlthough Misery Lark is the daughter of a high-powered, prestigious Vampyre leader, she prefers to live secretly among Humans with her foster sister Serena. However when she’s told she’s to marry the Alpha Werewolf, Lowe Moreland, in order to maintain a fragile peace, she accepts her fate because Lowe may hold the answers to finding the missing Serena.

I cannot adequately express how much I enjoyed Bride. A slow-burn romance coupled with an engrossing mystery, the book is familiar yet different from every werewolf/vampire story I’ve previously read. I loved every minute of it! Bride is a beautiful romance, rich in details and quality storytelling. I laughed a lot, cried a bit, and enjoyed every moment.

Runner ups include:

At First Spite by Olivia Dade (February 2024, Avon)

A Grave Robbery by Deanne Raybourn, Narrated by Angèle Masters (March 2024, Penguin Random House Audio)

Earls Trip by Jenny Holiday, Narrated by Harry Frost (May 2024, Tantor Audio)

Winter Lost by Patricia Briggs, Narrated by Lorelei King (June 2024, Penguin Random House Audio)

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment!