The Bones of the Story by Carol Goodman delivered a locked door mystery in the middle of a snowstorm at Briarwood College. Come see what I enjoyed about this suspenseful thriller.
When dead changelings appear in San Francisco, killed by an overdose of goblin fruit, Toby takes her concerns to the Queen of Mists and finds herself exiled. Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire, the seventh audiobook in the October Daye series, held me from the first chapter and never let go….
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After loving and devouring Vera Wong’s Unsolicited Advice for Murderers, I grabbed some of Jesse Q. Sutanto’s backlist from the library. Dial A for Aunties is a hilarious coming of age fiction. Filled with aunties and mystery. This immigrant Chinese-Indonesian family who will steal your heart. Come see why I enjoyed this first in the Aunties series.
The Mai Hayashi urban fantasy series is set in the same world as the Black Dog world. Stone-Cold Fox is the first novella in the series by Hailey Edwards. A weekend of fun and games at the Fan Expo becomes anything but, when a fae seeking revenge against her father, claims her as his own. Suspense, twists and romance await you….
I am back once again with another Wrexford & Sloane historical mystery narrated by James Cameron Stewart. Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens by Andrea Penrose delivered from dress fittings to murder. Come see why this series delights me.
Capture the Sun by Jessie Mihalik is the last book in the Starlight Shadow’s trilogy and brings us Lexi & Nilo’s story. Along the way there will be delicious heat, rescues, danger and more. Buckle up for takeoff…
A book publicist and a hot roommate who lives seven years in the past…how could I resist? The Seven Year Slip by Ashley Poston is a contemporary time slip romance with touches of magical realism that pulled me in and never let go. Grab an iced coffee and see why I recommend it.