A Treacherous Curse by Deanna Raybourn is the third novel in the Veronica Speedwell series. Set in London, 1888 it shares Victorian mysteries and the friendship and antics of Veronica, the bastard daughter of the Prince of Wales and the troubled Stoker Revelstoke Templeton-Vane. In this installment, Stoker’s former best friend is missing as well as an Egyptian artifact.
A Victorian-era cozy mystery involving a cook. How could I resist? Death Below Stairs by Jennifer Ashley is the first in the Kat Holloway series and offered a delightful, murder mystery with unexpected twists and a bright young heroine.
Hello Everyone, we have Sophia Rose here today sharing her thoughts on The Hostess With the Ghostess by E.J. Copperman, a paranormal cozy. Grab a cuppa and enjoy.
A broody, sexy Russian hockey player and a feisty trainer go head to head in So Over You by Kate Meader. The second novel in the Chicago Rebels series featuring three sisters and the hockey team that they are trying desperately to save. From the ice to the bedroom Meader delivers a heartfelt, emotion, sexy ride with characters you’ll connect with.
Close Contact is the third novel in Lori Foster’s Body Armor series. This is a spinoff series of her Ultimate MMA series. A rural farm setting, suspense, heat and second chances had me devouring Miles and Maxi’s story.
I have had such a good time with the characters of Heartbreaker Bay and was delighted to grab Holiday Wishes by Jill Shalvis. This is a holiday novella, which shares Sean O’Riley’s romance.
CHASING CHRISTMAS by Jill Shalvis is the fourth novel in her simply delicious Heartbreaker Bay series. A YA author fleeing New York and a workaholic with a heart the size of Texas make this the perfect read to snuggle with by the fire. Just add hot cocoa and roasted marshmallows!
Sophia Rose is back with another wonderful book. This time she is sharing A CONSPIRACY IN BELGRAVIA by Sherry Thomas, the second novel in the Lady Sherlock series. This is another series I am curious to try. Grab a cup of tea and enjoy Sophia Rose’s thoughts.