Witch of Wild Things by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland is the story of a dysfunctional family with gifts and what happens when Sage Flores comes home. Magical Realism, an “enemies to lovers” romance, fantasy and paranormal woo-woo await you. Grab a pumpkin spice latte and curl up with this addictive tale.
I listened to The Atlas Six and was curious about Olivie Blake’s newest release, Masters of Death. I went into this blind only knowing it was a story about vampires, ghosts, and death itself. Narrated by Steve West at its core, it’s a story about love and mortality. I laughed, cried, and lost myself in the story.
The House on Prytania by Karen White is the second novel in the Royal Street series. Set in New Orleans, it offers a paranormal story filled with mystery, ghostly encounters and more.
Meddy Chan is getting married, and the Aunties have the perfect wedding planners for them. But Meddy’s perfect day turns upside down when the Mafia gets involved in Four Aunties and a Wedding by Jesse Q. Sutanto. Narrated by Risa Mei, it offered a fun, quirky mystery with plenty of shenanigans that kept me listening.
After loving and devouring Vera Wong’s Unsolicited Advice for Murderers, I grabbed some of Jesse Q. Sutanto’s backlist from the library. Dial A for Aunties is a hilarious coming of age fiction. Filled with aunties and mystery. This immigrant Chinese-Indonesian family who will steal your heart. Come see why I enjoyed this first in the Aunties series.
I love spending time in Sunrise Cove and was delighted to slip into The Sweetheart List by Jill Shalvis. This is the fourth standalone contemporary romance set in the small-town lakeside community of Sunrise Cove, on Lake Tahoe. Swoons, foodie talk, brothers, friendships and more await you…
I love stories about family, friendships and finding your path and was drawn to the cover of Esme Cahill Fails Spectacularly by Marie Bostwick. The author takes us on one woman’s journey from a publishing house in New York to her grandparent’s lakeside resort. Along the way she heals, makes connections and finds herself.
Identity by Nora Roberts is a standalone romantic suspense the pulled me in from the thriller aspect to the small town in Vermont where our protagonist’s family live. Romance, danger, and delightful characters await you in this unputdownable tale.