In Her Sights, is the first in the Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters series by Katie Ruggle. As a first in series there was a lot to accomplish as Ruggle set the series up and introduced key characters. Snark, romance and plenty of action await you.
Between Jobs by W.R. Gingell is the first novel in the City Between, an edgy urban fantasy series. Dark humor, an Australian setting and an unusual cast of characters kept me engaged.
We’ve come to the Crossroads and things are about to get crazy! That Ain’t Witchcraft by Seanan McGuire takes us to rural Maine where they will face the Crossroads, a persnickety Covenant member and a warlock.
In Witch Way Did He Go? by Dakota Cassidy panic, suspense and sorrow darken our door when Crispin Alistair Winterbottom goes missing. The tale that unfolded was an addictive listen, narrated by Hollie Jackson.
Exit Strategy is the fourth novella in the Murderbot Diaries and once again I chose to listen to the narrations of Kevin R. Free. Who says the truth isn’t funny?
Nightchaser is the first novel in the Endeavor science fiction romance series by Amanda Bouchet. I chose to listen to the audio narrated by Susan Bennett. A slow start gave way to an engaging read.
I enjoyed Chalk Man and was excited to dive into The Hiding Place by C.J. Tudor. Narrated by Richard Armitage, Tudor’s second novel offered a spin-tingling, creepy suspense with some supernatural elements that reminded me of Pet Sematary by Stephen King.
I took off my headphones and screamed, “Holy Shit!” or a slightly more colored variation, but people, Changes by Jim Butcher, the twelfth novel in the Harry Dresden Files was intense, mind-blowing, hilarious, heartbreaking and full of twisted fu@kery. Yeah ok, I liked it.