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.
Swoons, friendship, and off the chart chemistry await you in Once Upon A Real Good Time by Lauren Blakely. The first in the Heartbreakers series featuring musically talented brothers.
Love and Mutiny: Tales from British India by Anne George is a rich, historical fiction that brought 1857 to life civil unrest and offered a romance filled with delicious banter. I was drawn to the book by its promise of history regarding India and the East India Company and was rewarded with a well researched and delightful tale.
I can always count on Lauren Blakely for swoons, feels and laughter. The Real Deal narrated by Erin Mallon and Zackary Webber, this arrangement trope romance delivered all the elements I love in a feel good romance.
Welcome to another edition of Nonna’s Corner where I share books I’ve read with my grandchildren, affectionately known as the Royals here at Caffeinated. Today we are sharing, I Wonder written and illustrated by Regina Sparrow. This silly little story encourages your imagination to soar. Grab a cup of coffee and see what we thought.
In Part-Time Lover by Lauren Blakely, we travel back to Paris, and also spend time in Copenhagen. Narrated by Shane East and Grace Grant this fake relationship trope offered as sweet, humorous and heartwarming tale that transported me.
The Man On The Roof by Michael Stephenson shares a suspenseful murder mystery as we delve into the homes of a small suburban tree-lined street. One of them is a killer. How well do you know your neighbors? Dark, gritty and engaging Stephenson shows us what goes on behind closed doors.