Narrated by Hillary Huber, The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher delivered a chilling horror story that blended with quirky humor. This atmospheric tale will have you leaving a light on and listening for scratches.
White Trash Warlock by David R. Slayton is the first novel in the Adam Binder urban fantasy series. Slayton delivered a refreshing, unique and suspenseful tale with underlying issues of acceptance, family, forgiveness and more.
Happy Release Day to The Autumn You Became Mine by J.L. Lora. This is the third romance novel in Lora’s A Love for All Seasons series, but each works as a standalone. Check out an excerpt and enter to win a fabulous giveaway basket inspired by the heroine’s favorite things.
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Witch It Real Good by Dakota Cassidy is the tenth novel in the Witchless in Seattle series narrated by Hollie Jackson. We’ve come along way since Stevie first arrived to town and it almost looked like things are peaceful… until the events of the last episode come back to haunt them.
Detective Constable Emma Bellamy is the solo police officer on London’s Supernatural Squad. In Helen Harper’s Infernal Enchantment, narrated by Ruth Urquhart someone or something is robbing graveyards.
Today Sophia Rose is here to share the paranormal cozy mystery, Southern Bred and Dead by Angie Fox. Grab a pumpkin spiced latte and check out her thoughts.
As many of you know a book with a library speaks to me. When presented with a chance to review The Midnight Library by Matt Haig, narrated by Carey Mulligan, I grabbed my earbuds and dove in.