The Ruthless Lady’s Guide to Wizardry by C.M. Waggoner delivered an engaging historical fantasy with magic, suspense, and romance. Waggoner pulled me in and held me captive.
The Awakening by Nora Roberts is the first in the Dragon Heart Legacy trilogy. The story begins in Philadelphia, but we travel to Ireland and Talamh, the realm of the fae. Magical and captivating, Roberts pulled me in and never let go.
Narrated by Avi Roque, Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas delivered a culturally rich Latinx fantasy surrounding the day of the dead. Family, acceptance and romance enhanced this vibrant tale.
A seafaring fantasy with a female captain? Yes, please. The Bright and Breaking Sea by Chloe Neill is the first in the Captain Kit Brightling series. Batten down the hatches and prepare for adventure, danger, magic and a budding romance.
I was drawn to Magic Dark and Strange by Kelly Powell, with its promise of Bone Witch meets Sherlock Holmes. Powell delivered an engaging mystery in this atmospheric young adult fantasy.
When you finished an audiobook that is almost twenty-five hours and you weep because you want more…that is magic. A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the second epic installment of the Blood and Ash series. It was unputdownable!
John Scalzi delivered a thrilling follow up to The Dispatcher. Narrated by Zachary Quinto, you’ll want to grab Murder by Other Means on audio. Clever and suspenseful with a likable protagonist, Scalzi has created a world I want to visit again and again.