Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong is the fifth novel in the Casey Duncan series set in Rockton, Alaska, a remote village cut off from civilization. Twists, complex characters, the wild landscape of the Yukon and an intense case will keep readers flipping the pages.
I promptly devoured The Alchemist and an Amaretto by Annette Marie; the fifth audiobook in the Guild Codex: Spellbound urban fantasy series. Then immediately hated myself for not savoring it. I am once again left waiting for the next audio installment. 😭
Big Lies in a Small Town by Diane Chamberlain was a captivating tale that moved the reader between the past and the present, in this addictive mystery. One part mystery, one part historical, with a dab of art and a dose of southern charm.
Bitter Falls by Rachel Caine is the fourth novel in the addictive Stillhouse Lake series. This thriller had me on edge as Gwen, Sam and her children find themselves in grave danger.
Swoon… I think Almost Just Friends by Jill Shalvis was my favorite Wildstone romance to date. I laughed, swooned, cried and damn it I want to book a room at the B&B and eat blueberry pancakes!
I didn’t realize when the cover and synopsis pulled me in to The Janes by Louisa Luna, that this was book two in the Alice Vega series. Gritty, dark, with moments of humor Luna delivered a suspenseful crime thriller that could easily have been pulled from today’s headlines.
Somehow I missed this release and read the other books in the series before finally picking up Armed ‘N’ Ready by Tee O’Fallon. I am so glad I went back. Suspenseful, heartfelt and swoon-worthy it gave me all the feels.
I love the Immortal Guardians series by Dianne Duvall and bought Death of Darkness of release day. I finally found the perfect time to snuggle up with Seth’s story and it was all that I hoped for and more.