In the Pines by Kendra Elliot is the third book in the Columbia River series, and the seventh Mercy Kilpatrick mystery novel. Suspense, family and a murder mystery await you as treasure hunters invade their small-town.
Narrated by Hollie Jackson, Where There’s A Witch, There’s A Way by Dakota Cassidy is the thirteenth cozy mystery in the Witchless in Seattle series. Stevie and Win are dealing with a damage causing ghost and a dead man in this action-packed caper.
I enjoy a good time-traveling romance and was delighted to receive a copy of Taken by E.C. Roderick. This is the first in the Taken series and tells the story of Sylvina and what happens when she steps into a time slip. While not without flaws, it was a solid start to the series.
Bold Fortune by M. M. Crane is the first in a new series set in Alaska. Filled with troupes I love, snark, and delicious chemistry, I devoured this one! Grab a hot cocoa as I take Bold Fortune on coffee dates…
Max Abaddon and The Dark Carnival, by Justin Leslie, is the fourth audiobook in the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series narrated by Luke Daniels. Humor, suspense, magic and vivid characters combined with a fast-paced plot made for an exciting listen.
Vampire in the Night by Rhiannon Frater is the first in a three novel collection. I host the Fraterfest readathon each year and try to read at least one of this author’s works. It was utterly addictive and left me craving more.
Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker is the second novel in the Simple Wild series set in Alaska. A women’s fiction romance set against the beautiful landscape as Calla and Fletcher begin the next chapter of their lives. Danger, a new home, a curmudgeon neighbor, and an old flame quickly pulled me in.
I have absolutely loved the Bromance Book Club series, featuring a group of male friends who secretly have a book club where they read romance novels and help each other with each other’s romantic relationships. Throughout the series, the Russian (Vlad) has helped his friends, and made us laugh with his love of cheese and tummy troubles. I wasn’t sure Adams could make me swoon for the big lug, but she did.