Bone Driven is the second novel in the Foundling, urban fantasy series, by Hailey Edwards. Fantastic world-building, action and twists allowed me to devour this on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
The Rehearsal Dinner and The Reception are part of The Wedding From Hell trilogy by J.R. Ward. They are free digital stories and a prequel to Consumed the first full-length novel in J. R. Ward’s Firefighters, romantic suspense series available October 9th. I love that the author and Simon & Schuster gave us insight into these firefighters, the crew and town.
How to Break an Undead Heart is the third book in the Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series by Hailey Edwards. I’ve been having a blast reading about Grier, her unique home, friends, and training as a necromancer. A road trip soon leads to trouble, heartbreak, and new beginnings.
I bought the ebook on release day but forced myself to wait for the audio. It kind of killed me, but I love urban fantasy, particular Andrews on audio and let me tell you, IT WAS SO FREAKING WORTH THE WAIT!
A Merciful Truth by Kendra Elliot is the second novel in the Mercy Kilpatrick series featuring an FBI Agent in Bend, Oregon. Family, fires and growth made for an interesting case as we get to know the players and work to solve a mystery that has left police wives widowed.
Awaken the Darkness, recaps the ending of Blade of Darkness and picks up the story again two years later. While a threat is imminent, Duvall allows us to experience a delightful romance as a young telepath helps an Immortal Guardian heal.
I am enjoying Hailey Edwards Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy, and tried her Foundling series Bayou Born is the first book in the series and devoured this darker story filled with mythology, an intense mystery and interesting protagonist.