The Roommate by Rosie Danan is a refreshing, original, and sexy tale with lovable, flawed characters that I rooted for. Grab a cup of joe and read my thoughts…
I dove straight into Part-time Gods, the second audiobook in the DFZ, urban fantasy series by Rachel Aaron before the ink dried on my review of the first audiobook. We are back in the Detroit Free Zone and our girl Opal is in serious trouble.
The Orphan of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox delivered a tale steeped in ghosts, graveyards, mystery and romance. With its touches of paranormal, intriguing characters and gothic vibe, I found myself transported.
Waiting on a Cowboy by Jennifer Ryan is the first novel in the McGrath series. A “friends to lovers” romance with suspense, humor, and a loose connection to the Wild Rose series.
House on the Harbor by Elizabeth Bromke is the first audiobook in the Birch Harbor women’s fiction romance series narrated by Lisa Larsen. With the promise of siblings, secrets and an inn set on Lake Huron, I was excited to begin.
Lost Talismans and a Tequila, by Annette Marie, delivered action, suspense, sibling trouble and passionate kisses. This is the seventh audiobook in the Spellbound series and holy misfired paintballs it was good.
We are back with the second novel in the Columbia River series; The Silence by Kendra Elliot. Callahan and McLane’s cases collide when a grisly murder leads them to a mass-shooting. You won’t want to miss this heart-pounding story.
I’ve enjoyed Griffin over the years and was excited to see a new series by her. Hidden is the first novel in the Texas Murder Files. We get to meet a tenacious report, and a police detective who won’t rest until they stop a killer.