The cute cover, STEM nerds, and fake relationship trope with a twist had me grabbing The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood. I am glad that I did because I loved this adorkable romance.
I went into Anxious People completely blind and wasn’t sure what to expect. Narrated by Marin Ireland, Backman delivered mystery, humor and a heartwarming tale about a group of people attending an open house.
Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid has long been on my backlist, and when a chance to try Audible Escape for 3 months came along, I grabbed it. Narrated by Jennifer Grace, this refreshing, awkward, delightful romance had me laughing, swooning and listening into the wee hours.
I didn’t realize when the cover and synopsis pulled me in to The Janes by Louisa Luna, that this was book two in the Alice Vega series. Gritty, dark, with moments of humor Luna delivered a suspenseful crime thriller that could easily have been pulled from today’s headlines.
Ren, the first in the Dream Traveler series by Sarah Noffke and I crossed paths as I was working. I was lucky enough to receive a code by the author. The idea of an anti-hero with powers intrigued me.
When I saw the premise for The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams, I knew that I had to read it and that gut feeling paid off. The tale delivered a hilarious, heart-warming story about a group of men who help a teammate save his marriage using romance novels as their guide.
Fledgling by Molly Harper is the second audiobook in the Sorcery and Society young adult fantasy series. If you like magic, secrets, mystery and a clever heroine you’ll want to grab your earbuds and begin this series at once.
I enjoy the writings of Seanan McGuire and those under her pen name Mira Grant. When I saw DUSK OR DAWN OR DAWN OR DUSK I immediately one-clicked. McGuire offers a unique take on ghosts that took us from the cornfields of Kansas to the inner city streets of New York. A brilliant world and concept that left me hankering for more.