Unveiled by Zelly Jordan is the second novel in the Unbreakable fantasy series. Fair warning, this story has an overall arc and ongoing romance and each book ends in a cliffhanger. Jordan delivered a suspenseful, heated tale that left me craving more answers.
The Trouble with Christmas by Amy Andrews delivered a fun holiday romance featuring a “fake relationship” between a rancher and an artist looking for a muse. A heartwarming, sexy romance to keep your warm by the fire.
Regretting You by Colleen Hoover was a wonderful tug at your heartstrings story that doesn’t fit neatly into one genre. A coming of age, YA romance and women’s fiction about relatable flawed characters dealing with love and loss.
I am always looking for something a little different when I make my selections for the HoHoHo Readathon. Some years I slip in a horror but this year, Shamus Dust by Janet Roger crossed my desk. A murder-mystery that begins in the wee hours of Christmas morning.
I fully intended to read A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh, but when I saw Saskia Maarleveld was narrating I grabbed my earbuds instead. Singh delivered a suspenseful thriller set in a small coastal town in New Zealand. Gritty and slow to unfold, the narrative pulled me in and it transported me….
The Secret by Elizabeth Hunter is the third novel in the Irin Chronicles and the conclusion of Ava and Malachi’s journey. An intense listen that had me laughing, shedding tears, clenching my fists and losing sleep.
Do you want to hear a funny story about how I came to read The Beast of Beswick by Amalie Howard? Grab a cup of hot cocoa and I’ll share. Be sure to stay and find out why I fell in love with this Beauty and the Beast retelling.