Swoon… I think Almost Just Friends by Jill Shalvis was my favorite Wildstone romance to date. I laughed, swooned, cried and damn it I want to book a room at the B&B and eat blueberry pancakes!
I didn’t realize when the cover and synopsis pulled me in to The Janes by Louisa Luna, that this was book two in the Alice Vega series. Gritty, dark, with moments of humor Luna delivered a suspenseful crime thriller that could easily have been pulled from today’s headlines.
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After devouring the Mercy Kilpatrick series, I was delighted to see a new series by Kendra Elliot. The Last Sister is the first book in the Columbia River series involving FBI agent Zander Wells. In a rural Oregon logger town darkness awaits in this riveting murder-mystery thriller with ties to the past.
And we are back in Paris with Graves of Retribution by Lina Gardiner, the third and final book in the City of Bones spin-off series involving Jess Vandermire, Captain of New York City’s Vampire Hunting team.
Please welcome Sophia Rose to the blog with an Austen retelling and her review of Find Wonder in All Things by Karen M. Cox. Grab a cup of tea and enjoy and be sure to comment so you are entered in the giveaway!
Emancipation written by Jo Michaels and narrated by Norman Gilligan is the first in the Pen Pals and Serial Killers series. This psychological thriller delivered a unique, dark, twisted tale that held me captive even as I squirmed.