I enjoyed Chalk Man and was excited to dive into The Hiding Place by C.J. Tudor. Narrated by Richard Armitage, Tudor’s second novel offered a spin-tingling, creepy suspense with some supernatural elements that reminded me of Pet Sematary by Stephen King.
In Finding Katrina M. by Elisabeth Elo, Natalie March travels to Russia to meet her grandmother and fulfill her mother’s wishes, but soon finds herself caught up in a deadly game.
I took off my headphones and screamed, “Holy Shit!” or a slightly more colored variation, but people, Changes by Jim Butcher, the twelfth novel in the Harry Dresden Files was intense, mind-blowing, hilarious, heartbreaking and full of twisted fu@kery. Yeah ok, I liked it.
Slow Ride by Lori Foster is the second novel in her Road to Love romantic suspense series featuring two brothers and their family and friends. After reading an excerpt in the back of book one, I was excited for Jack Crews and Ronnie Ashford’s romance. Foster did not disappoint.
Tom Baker was one of my childhood Doctor and the fourth Doctor Who played by Tom Baker. I remember him with Sarah Jane and Harry Sullivan, so naturally when I saw an ad for Scratchman written and read by Tom Baker I had to listen. A trip down memory lane with a twisted new story that has our threesome facing great danger.
The minute Morgan showed up on Harry’s doorstep I knew we were in for one heck of a ride. Turn Coat by Jim Butcher is the eleventh novel in the Harry Dresden files. I have been continuing my audio binge with narrator James Marsters. In fact, I am 90% into Changes as this review publishes.
My Favorite Cowboy by Donna Grant is the third book in the Heart of Texas. The series features the Harper siblings. Grant combines suspenseful mysteries with swoon-worthy romance.