The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff grabbed my attention through Facebook Ads. A librarian, and a vampire? Yes, please. This was a cute paranormal mystery with suspenseful aspects and hints of romantic infatuation.
As soon as I finished How to Save an Undead Life, I dove into How to Claim an Undead Soul the second novel in Hailey Edwards’ Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy. This addictive tale brings a wraith, missing ghosts, stolen kisses and a devourer.
Pocket Apocalypse by Seanan McGuire is the fourth book in the urban fantasy InCryptid series and continues with Alex’s POV. Alex and Shelby go Down Under when there is an outbreak of lycanthropy. Forget sexy, shape-shifting wolves these creatures are deadly.
Please welcome Sophia Rose as she shares her thoughts on Death in the English Countryside by Sara Rosett. Fans of cozy mysteries, Jane Austen, and movie settings will want to add this one to their shelves.
I first discovered The Buried Book by D.M. Pulley in my Prime Library through Amazon and earmarked it to read. I love a good mystery and liked the rural historical setting. In January Audible had a sale offering up all the daily deals. While browsing, I saw that Luke Daniels narrated this and one-clicked. I am so glad that I did, as The Buried Book proved to be an addictive tale.
Veiled Enchantments by Deborah Blake is the third novel in the urban fantasy series Veiled Magic. Character growth, a surprising twist and a mystery surrounding a haunting in Magnus’s Ulfhednar shapechangers community had me devouring this in a single lazy afternoon.