Every time I listen to a novel by Genevieve Graham I not only meet endearing characters but I learn more about the history of Canada and its role during significant moments in our world history. In Letters Across the Sea, we learn about Canada’s depression and their roles during WWII. Come see why I fell in love with this story…
I have enjoyed all of Chanel Cleeton’s books, but she has truly found her voice with historical fiction surrounding Cuba. The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba shares the story of three women as it sweeps us back and forth between New York and Cuba during the Gilded Age. War, bravery and romance awaits you with this history inspired tale.
The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin drew me in with its World War 11 time period and bookshop setting in London. Rich, captivating and well written Madeline Martin pulled me into the story and endeared me to these characters.
This was a bittersweet listen, as this is the last work from the late Rachel Caine. Heartbreak Bay is the fifth novel in the Stillhouse Lake series. Gwen and her family will once again have to face down danger as judgement day looms.
Junkyard Bargain by Faith Hunter is the second audio in the Junkyard Cats series set in post-apocalyptic West Virginia featuring heroine Shining Smith and her motley crew.
Beyond the Moon by Catherine Taylor delivered a time-slip romance that held me captive from its suspenseful moments to WWI details. Narrated by Liz May Brice historical fiction and romance fans alike will want to grab this one.
I’ve been enjoying female detective/PI novels and was delighted to be given the opportunity to review Exposed Fury by Marie Flanigan. This is the first in the Annie Fitch Mysteries series.
It was wonderful to be back with Charles and Anna in Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs, the sixth Alpha & Omega novel. Whether you read or listen to the narration by Holter Graham, you’ll find Briggs delivered a suspenseful five star tale.