This month we're not (Ju)lying when we say the picks have been scorching hot. Both Amerie and Barnes and Noble have chosen Tomorrow, And Tomorrow, And Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin as their book of the month, and other book club titles include reads for the inner romantic summer fling and some delightful debuts. No matter your pick, no matter your look, we're sure to predict that with us, you'll always be Fully Booked.

To submit titles for inclusion in this roundup, email us.

Amerie’s Book Club and Barnes & Noble Book Club

The book: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin (Knopf)

Recommended for: E-girls and e-boys and gamers alike and who enjoys logging onto a gaming Discord now and then.

Our reviewer says: “Zevin returns with an exhilarating epic of friendship, grief, and computer game development.” Read more here.

Belletrist Book Club

The book: Like a House on Fire by Lauren McBrayer (Putnam)

Recommended for: When your life is spiraling out of control and you don’t know if you even want to be in your job, your relationship, or even wherever you live. You just know that you want something more.

BTS Book Club

The book: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens (Putnam)

Recommended for: Anyone who has felt like an outsider in the town they're from and feels tired of being on the outside looking in.

Our reviewer says: “In Owens’s evocative debut, Kya Clark is a young woman growing up practically on her own in the wild marshes outside Barkley Cove, a small coastal community in North Carolina.” Read more here.

Fiction Between Friends

The book: The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller (Riverhead)

Recommended for: When you’re wondering what would have happened if things had worked out with that one ex. You’re totally happy with your current significant other...but what if?

Our reviewer says: “In Heller’s captivating debut, a woman’s visit to her family’s summer home on Cape Cod forces her to make a momentous decision.” Read more here.

Good Housekeeping Book Club

The book: Fire Season by Leyna Krow (Viking)

Recommended for: The heist mastermind of the friend group who always seems to be up to no good but constantly seems to pull off the impossible.

Our reviewer says: “Krow’s evocative debut novel follows three misfits who prosper in the aftermath of a devastating fire in 1889 Spokane Falls, just before Washington gains statehood.” Read more here.

Good Morning America Book Club

The book: The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston (Berkley)

Recommended for: The romantic who no longer believes in romance because the ghosts of relationships past haunt them incessently.

Our reviewer says: “Poston makes her adult debut with a refreshing rom-com about love, loss, and hope.” Read more here.

Hoopla Book Club

The book: The Last Confessions of Sylvia P. by Lee Kravetz (Harper)

Recommended for: Fans of Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar and the conspiracies that swirl around Plath’s perplexing circle of peers.

Our reviewer says: “Journalist and psychotherapist Kravetz makes an engrossing fiction debut with an account of Sylvia Plath and her circle of confessional poets.” Read more here.

Jewish Book Council

The book: Leaving Eastern Parkway by Matthew Daub (Delphinium)

Recommended for: When life throws you a curveball but handball is all you know.

Marie Claire’s #ReadwithMC

The book: On Rotation by Shirlene Obuobi (Avon)

Recommended for: When you’re in the “do I like them?!” stage but you’re also on the precipice of starting your new career and don’t want to be held back by anything. (And for anyone whose parents have high expectations for them—which means expectations are even higher for their significant other.)

Our reviewer says: “This engrossing debut from ShirlyWhirl cartoonist and cardiology fellow Obuobi captures the life of a third-year Ghanaian American medical student in Chicago.” Read more here.

Mocha Girls Read Book Club

The book: Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika Moulite & Maritza Moulite (Inkyard)

Recommended for: Headstrong first-generation daughters who don’t give a damn, especially when it comes to their heritage.

Our reviewer says: “Alaine Beauparlant, 17, is the ambitious, impulsive, and highly opinionated first-generation Haitian American daughter of divorced parents.” Read more here.

Noname Book Club

The book: Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah (Mariner)

Recommended for: Anyone who wants to learn more about the pressures and struggles the Black community faces on a daily basis.

Our reviewer says: “Adjei-Brenyah dissects the dehumanizing effects of capitalism and racism in this debut collection of stingingly satirical stories.” Read more here.

Read with Jenna, the Jenna Bush Hager Book Club

The book: The Measure by Nikki Erlick (Morrow)

Recommended for: Anyone who believes in the red string of fate, or wonders what would happen if only everyone knew how long they had left to live.

Our reviewer says: “How would people behave if they knew the length of their lives, asks the moving but predictable debut novel from Erlick.” Read more here.

Reese’s Book Club

The book: Honey and Spice by Bolu Babalola (Morrow)

Recommended for: Fans of the fake dating trope. Need I say more?

Our reviewer says: “Screenwriter Babalola follows up the collection Love in Color with a vivacious and romantic debut novel about a young Black British woman.” Read more here.

Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated that the Goop Book Club pick for July 2022 was Lot. This was the July 2020 pick. Goop did not announce a July 2022 pick.