Death Knell by Hailey Edwards is the third book in the urban fantasy series Foundling. Luce Boudreau and her coterie team up with the mysterious Adam Wu as they investigate a series of bodies washing ashore along the Mississippi River. It seems Death is sending her sister a message. Can she and her team stop an apocalypse and what other danger is out there for her and her team?
A gritty, gripping, edge of your seat read with an unreliable narrator and unexpected twists, Hunting Annabelle by Wendy Heard is perfect for fans of You by Caroline Kepnes. What happens when a recently released psychiatric prison patient befriends a girl who then ends up missing. Strap in because the ride is twisted.
For the Duke’s Eyes Only by Lenora Bell is the second novel in the School for Dukes and features Lady India Rochester a forward thinking archaeologist and Daniel Bonds, the Duke of Ravenwood, a thrill-seeking antiquities hunter. Bell took me on quite the ride as she shared their past and revealed their secrets. From Paris to London the wicked banter and off the chart heat had me devouring their story.
All of my blog friends have been raving about the Murderbot Diaries and when the opportunity arose to listen I jumped. Best leap ever! All Systems Red by Martha Wells is the first in this series of novellas offering a suspenseful science fiction tale that will leave your inner nerd satisfied.
I used to think only good things came in heart-shaped boxes. Things like chocolates or jewelry. That all changed when I listened to Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill during the Fraterfest Readathon earlier this year. Nope, I will forever hesitate when I open those boxes.
Deadmarsh Fey by Melika Dannese Lux is the first novel in the dark fantasy series, Dwellers of Darkness, Children of Light. The story takes place in a manor surrounded by wood in nineteenth century England. Ghosts, demons, fae, dragons and treachery await you in this twisted fantasy with elements of Victorian horror and lore.
I had such fun with Driven to Distraction by Lori Foster. I closed my Kindle grinning from ear to ear. A rescue dog, character growth and toe-curling moments provided the perfect start to the Roads to Love series. I laughed, held my breath and devoured Brodie and Mary’s story.
I was the mood for a creepy thriller and was drawn to the synopsis of The Craftsman by Sharon J. Bolton. Narrated by Nathalie Buscombe, Bolton offered a dark, gritty thriller with a serial killer who kidnaps and buries young children alive. A twisted thriller with spells and dark magic await you.