Lucky Witch is the fifth novel in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series by Danielle Garrett. Once I again I grabbed my headphones to listen to Amanda Ronconi, bring these characters and small-town to life.
The Way of the Flesh is a brilliant, atmospheric, historical, crime fiction novel that had me completely enthralled. The story is rich in the history of medical advancements and butchery performed during this period; particularly those surrounding the development of anaesthesia.
Welcome to another edition of Nonna’s Corner where I share books I’ve read with my grandchildren, affectionately referred to as the Royals. Today I have a hardcover edition of How to be A Lion by Ed Vere.
Consumed by J.R. Ward is the first novel in her newest series, Firefighters. Ward shocked me, tugged at my heartstrings and curled my toes as she pulled me into an arson investigation with an unexpected twists. A unique heroine, troubled hero, and burning fire await you in Consumed.
Gladiators, Magic and Betrayal..hells yes! Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep was a white-knuckle read from begin to end and I bloody loved it! With an easy flow, some familiar magic and Estep’s own unique voice will allow this tale to pull you in and leave you begging for more.
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I am continuing my journey with the Dresden Files and recently devoured Summer Knight by Jim Butcher, narrated by James Marsters. Fairies, pizza and the courts of Summer and Winter made for an engaging listen.