Narrated by Stina Nielsen, A Shadow in the Ember by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the first in the Flesh and Fire series which shares the story of Nyktos & Sera set in the world of Blood and Ash. You won’t want to miss their story!
Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker is the second novel in the Simple Wild series set in Alaska. A women’s fiction romance set against the beautiful landscape as Calla and Fletcher begin the next chapter of their lives. Danger, a new home, a curmudgeon neighbor, and an old flame quickly pulled me in.
A sexy, media shy Duke who prefers herding sheep and sustainable farming to the jet setter life and a photographer who was at the top of her profession before a bitter and powerful man took it all away…. oh and a sheep named Mabel.
A time slip, a ghost, and a renewed romance between husband and wife will leave you swooning. Narrated by Gemma Dawson, Twist of Fate by Kelley Armstrong delivered an addictive read in the second standalone in the Thorne Manor/Stitch in Time series. Fans of historical romances with time slips and paranormal elements will want to grab their earbuds.
Suspense, romance and missing persons/homicide case delivered the perfect fall read. Grab a hot tea or pumpkin spice mocha and check out Last Seen Alone by Laura Griffin for a satisfying read.
The Unknown by Heather Graham takes us back to New Orleans with another Krewe of Hunters mystery. An arsonist, a ghost and the curator of the Wax Museum have Ryder Stapleton, the newest member of the FBI Special Unit, with a puzzling mystery to solve.
The synopsis drew me to The Sound of Violet with its unique characters and situation. Second chances, forgiveness and relevant topics of autism and human trafficking you’ll want to grab a box of chocolates and enjoy this heartwarming romance.
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.