Chase Wilde Comes Home by Jennifer Ryan is the first book in the Wyoming Wilde series featuring the stories of brothers. A romantic suspense with strong characters and plenty of swoons. Second chances and tough topics made this heartfelt.
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Tolkien Reading Day is held on the 25th of March each year. The date of the 25th of March was chosen as the date on which the Ring was destroyed, completing Frodo’s quest and vanquishing Sauron.
I always have a good time listening to John Scalzi’s novels on audio and was excited to dive into The Kaiju Preservation Society, narrated by Wil Wheaton. Scalzi did not disappoint. I laughed, cheered and wondered what if….
Sophia Rose is here today with a Regency era novel with all the trimmings; mystery, romance, and setting. Grab a cuppa and check out her review of The Letter From Briarton Park by Sarah E. Ladd, the first in The Houses of Yorkshire, historical fiction series.
The War of Two Queens by Jennifer L. Armentrout, the Fourth novel in the romantic fantasy series Blood and Ash, delivered suspense, unions, alliances, loss and enough heat to scorch you. Narrated by Stina Nielsen and Tim Campbell, this behemoth of an audio will keep you listening well past your bedtime.
I found out about all the hype surrounding The Altas Six by Olivie Blake after the synopsis and cover snagged my attention. Narrated by James Cronin, Siho Ellsmore, Munirih Grace, Andy Ingalls, Caitlin Kelly, Damian Lynch, David Monteith, and Steve West, the idea of a dark academy with a library of knowledge pulled me right in.