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June Books

I read 11 books in June, and all of them were on my Kindle:

1) 10th Anniversary - James Patterson
2) Almost Perfect (Perfect Trilogy) - Julie Ortolon
3) New York Dead - Stuart Woods
4) Freaks (short story) - Tess Gerritsen
5) Just Perfect (Perfect Trilogy) - Julie Ortolon
6) Too Perfect (Perfect Trilogy) - Julie Ortolon
7) Beach Lane - Sherryl Woods
8) Choosing to SEE: A Journey of Struggle and Hope - Mary Beth Chapman
9) Falling for You (Pearl Island Trilogy) - Julie Ortolon
10) Lead Me On (Pearl Island Trilogy) - Julie Ortolon
11) Don't Tempt Me (Pearl Island Trilogy) - Julie Ortolon

I enjoyed all 11 books. Several of Ortolon's books were free on Amazon, and I was able to buy the others for $2.99 ea.

I also got Chapman's autobiography for only $2.99. For those of you who don't know, Mary Beth is the wife of Christian musician Steven Curtis Chapman. 

This is the story of their meeting and marrying, and the heartbreak of losing their 5 year old daughter in 2008 in a terrible accident. It's the story of a test of one's faith, and it's a book I highly recommend.


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