The Starlite Heist by Ember Holt is the second novel in the Fae Prison: Earth. Brigid, a powerful member of the Verance High Court, sends Maeve, a rare phoenix shapeshifter, to investigate missing cargo.. We see a shift in the romance department as Maeve comes into her powers. Find out why this fantasy series is so addictive.
The Drowning Woman by Robyn Harding delivered a suspense thriller that kept me on edge from beginning to end. Narrated by Brittany Wilkerson & Henriette Zoutomou you’ll want to grab this one.
Narrated by Imogen Church, Zero Days by Ruth Ware had me biting my nails and dealing with anxiety as Jackie, “Jack” races against the clock to figure out who murdered her husband Gabe and clear her name. Suspenseful and addictive, Ware will have you listening into the wee hours….
I will never tire of reading the Hollows. Demons of Good and Evil by Kim Harrison is the seventeenth novel in the Hollows series and it was so addictive. Non-stop action, beloved characters, traveling the ley lines and witchy problems kept me reading into the wee hours.
I am continuing my journey with the October Daye urban fantasy series on audio. One Salt Sea by Seanan McGuire is the fifth novel. Suspense, heartbreak, and the threat of war between land and sea await you in this action-packed, brilliant tale.
After listening to the Rebels & Redcoats Saga by T.J. London, I’ve been on the lookout for more books set during the American Revolutionary War. I was intrigued by the synopsis of A Girl Called Samson by Amy Harmon. I am so glad I listened to this delightful, well executed historical fiction featuring a fearless heroine and a swoon-worthy romance.
I enjoyed Camilla Sten’s atmospheric book, The Lost Village, last year, and I was eager to read her newest novel, The Resting Place. Sten delivered a spin-tingling, suspenseful thriller that kept me guessing.
Are you looking for a spooky, twisty and atmospheric thriller surrounding witches this fall? You’ll want to grab The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke. Chilling, captivating this story, pulled me in and held me until the end.