Pack of Lies by Hailey Edwards is the second novel in the Potentate of Atlanta series. This is a spin-off of the Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy featuring an unlikely heroine. Relationship developments and witchborn fae problems kept me flipping the pages.
Please See Us by Caitlin Mullen delivered a suspenseful mystery set in Atlantic City long after the shine has tarnished and most casinos have closed their doors.
From Alaska with Love by Ally James delivered a heart-felt across the miles relationships with character development, an adorable dog and an awkward romance that will make you laugh and swoon.
Were Me Out by Robyn Peterman is the fourth audiobook in the Shift Happen paranormal romantic suspense series. We’ve been hearing about Jr’s pining over Sandy throughout the series and we finally get their romance.
I am so glad I listened to blogging friends and began the Alex Verus series on audio. Hidden by Benedict Jacka is the fifth Alex Verus audiobook narrated by Gildart Jackson, and it was brilliant, addictive and enlightening.
I first learned about Westering Women by Sandra Dallas on the Reading Frenzy, and when opportunity presented itself I grabbed my earbuds and devoured this historical fiction. I laughed, cheered and cried right along with these women on their perilous journey west.
Slaying Monsters for the Feeble by Annette Marie is the second audiobook in the Guild Codex: Demonized series set in the same world as Spellbound with some character crossover.
I know it’s not Christmas, but last night it was -12° and the wind was howling so a Victorian romance might be just the thing… and look at that gorgeous cover!!