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.
I was drawn to The Witch of Willow Hall by Hester Fox with its mention of Salem Witches and atmospheric tale. There are strange happens within Willow Hall and methinks magic is afoot.
Swoons, friendship, and off the chart chemistry await you in Once Upon A Real Good Time by Lauren Blakely. The first in the Heartbreakers series featuring musically talented brothers.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for a readathon! Come join the Sixth Annual #HoHoHoRAT. Holiday and Winter themed reads. Grab your Hot Cocoa and mark your calendar.
I enjoy Rebecca Zanetti’s romantic suspense series and dove right into Hidden, the first novel in her new Deep Ops series. I absolutely loved the special Ops unit, characters and romance. Zanetti sunk her hooks into me and never let go!
I am loving the Heartbreaker Bay series by Jill Shalvis, and I think Hot Winter Nights might just be my favorite to date! A bad Santa, a secret crush and finding an unexpected package in your bed. Hellz yes, break out the holly and eggnog because Shalvis does it again!