First, I did not one-click this book because the dude on the cover reminded me of Keanu Reeves. ? Ok, so maybe I did! ? But, I love romantic suspense and I wanted to try this author. Plus the synopsis grabbed me. ‘Nough said.
The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware narrated by the wickedly talented Imogen Church was twisted, suspenseful, scary and completely addictive. I could not stop listening! Brilliant.
How to Wake an Undead City by Hailey Edwards is the final book in The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series. Edwards delivered an action-packed tale that left me well satisfied and excited for the spinoff series and promised novellas with more from Greer and Linus!
I was drawn to A Murder on Jane Street by Cathy Cash Spellman by the door on the cover (I will share more on that in another post) and upon reading the synopsis dove in. Historical conspiracies, murder and a quirky gang led by a former NYPD kept me flipping the pages of this tantalizing thriller.
Two Witches and a Whiskey by Annette Marie is a fun urban fantasy series about a human who finds herself working in a Guild bar and solving cases with three smoking hot Mages. A spell thwarted has Tori in trouble and MagiPol is sniffing around the Claw & Hammer.
I didn’t even realize this was an anthology when I purchased the Dresden Files on Audible. The anthology features Cold Case, Dresden 14.5 and focuses on Molly. Julia Whelan narrates and holy snowballs it was good. The Shadows Souls collection is a feast for audio and urban fantasy fans. Dark and delicious!
I completely lose myself in Blake Crouch’s worlds and Recursion was no exception. I started this late one Sunday evening and ended up staying up until almost 2 am to finish because my goodness I had to know…
Dark Arts and a Daiquiri by Annette Marie is the second audio in the The Guild Codex: Spellbound. Come along with our snarky bartending human as she once again gets into trouble. Psst..there are dragons!