Echoes of Evil by Heather Graham is the twenty-sixth book in the Krewe of Hunters paranormal romantic suspense series but can be read as a standalone. Once again I listened as Luke Daniels is narrating. Key West and a murder-mystery involving musicians quickly pulled me in.
How to Dance an Undead Waltz is the fourth novel in the urban fantasy series, Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy written by Hailey Edwards. Danger, discovery and a romantic development await you …
Today we are welcoming Sophia Rose as she shares her thoughts on the historical fiction, Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen by Sarah Bird. I must confess, she has me curious. Grab a cup of tea and decide for yourself.
A dual POV, diversity and miscommunication gave way to a timeless romance in Modern Love by Beau North. Narrated by Becci Martin, this short story quickly pulled me in with it’s complex characters and banter.
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It’s In His Kiss by Julia Quinn, narrated by Simon Prebble is the seventh Bridgerton novel and shares the romance of Hyacinth, the youngest and most outspoken of the siblings. A diary, hidden jewels and wicked banter made this tale delightful.
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Love and Mutiny: Tales from British India by Anne George is a rich, historical fiction that brought 1857 to life civil unrest and offered a romance filled with delicious banter. I was drawn to the book by its promise of history regarding India and the East India Company and was rewarded with a well researched and delightful tale.