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.
Narrated by Jessie Mueller, Alice Hoffman’s newest offering, The Invisible Hour, delivers a historical fiction about a cult, and a young woman with a copy of The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Magical Realism at its finest. This story held me captive.
A book publicist and a hot roommate who lives seven years in the past…how could I resist? The Seven Year Slip by Ashley Poston is a contemporary time slip romance with touches of magical realism that pulled me in and never let go. Grab an iced coffee and see why I recommend it.
Ink Blood Sister Scribe by Emma Törzs delivered a story about sisters, magic books and secret libraries. Threads combined, and the suspense built as we met new characters and uncovered truths in this debut novel. Grab an iced coffee and check out this fantasy.
An author recommended The Change by Kirsten Miller and I grabbed a copy from Libro.fm. Narrated by January LaVoy this audio shares friendship, revenge and rediscovery of self. The three women work to solve the murder of a young woman and discover a dark secret in their quiet beach cove communities.
Narrated by Aysha Kala, Helen Keeley, & Nell Barlow, Weyward by Emilia Hart lent itself perfectly to the audio format as the author shares the story of three women, over five centuries, all with one secret. Hints of magical realism bring the vivid prose to life and the three natures help us traverse time as we learn about the Weyward women.