Today I am happy to share Phoenix Unbound by Grace Draven and an exciting starter fantasy kit. These six first-in-series books are essential to building your fantasy romance collection! One lucky winner will receive the starter kit and 20 runners-up will receive an advance reading copy of Phoenix Unbound by Grace Draven!
Travel through the land of Pell with a motley crew of characters in Kill the Farm Boy by Kevin Hearne & Delilah S. Dawson. An over the top humorous tale that reminded me of Monty Python’s Holy Grail. and movies like Spaceballs and Galaxy Quest. This will be a tale that folks will either love or hate so I’ve tried to share reasons to listen.
Smoke and Iron by Rachel Caine is the fourth novel in the Great Library series. As addictive as its predecessors. I could not set this down. Jess and his motley crew face their greatest danger yet. Jam packed from begin to end with plots, deception, danger and nail biting suspense. Gads I love this series.
An Occasionally Grim Fairy Tale by Ann M Noser is the first in the Desiderata series and shares a complete story about sisters, a Prince and the chosen one. Magic, dragons, giants, shifters and more await you within the pages of this dark, suspenseful series.
Down Among the Sticks and Bones by Seanan McGuire is the second story in the fantasy series Wayward Children. Imagine my surprise when the story was narrated by the author. Now, this can be a good or downright terrible. I am delighted to say it was magical.
The Unblessed Dead by Rhiannon Frater is the first in her new series, The Hidden Necromancer. Frightening and suspenseful The Unblessed Dead was an addictive page-turner.
Grey Sister by Mark Lawrence is the second novel in the brilliant Book of the Ancestor series and once again Lawerence transported me to the Convent of Sweet Mercy where Nona must choose her path. Captivating, well-developed and engaging Mark Lawerence is a mesmerizing and skillful storyteller.
I loved Tiffany Reisz’s Bourbon Theif, The Night Mark, and The Lucky Ones but despite owning the first two Original Sinners novels, I had not yet delved into her erotic fiction, so when the opportunity to review The Red on audio presented itself, I decided to explore her sensual worlds. The story that unfolded was pure, dark erotic fantasy and offered a rather interesting twist.