In Cowboy in Wolf’s Clothing by Kait Ballenger, she invites us back into the Seven Range Shifters world and shares Colt’s story. Colt is High Commander of the Grey Wolf pack. His job is protecting the pack in battle but the secrets he carries are a heavier burden.
Newly Wed and Slightly Dead, set in the world of the Seattle Haven, Danielle Garrett introduces us to a new series, A Touch of Magic Mysteries. From the setting to the characters, Garrett pulled me in as Amanda Ronconi delivered the perfect narration.
I have a weakness for Dragons in suits. There I said it. I also have a weakness for books set in New Orleans. The Dragon of New Orleans by Genevieve Jack satisfied both, and it was delicious. A dragon, witches, and a curse to be broken.
Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues by Molly Harper takes us back to Mystic Bayou for a quickie romance delivered with feels and laughter
Fractured by Zelly Jordan touted as the first in the Unbreakable, paranormal romance series offered a hot, steamy, and addictive tale until it ended in a major cliffhanger. It felt like someone forgot to hand me the second half of the book. While it was an excellent beginning Fractured, left me frustrated.
Hour of Darkness by Lara Adrian is the second audiobook in the Hunter Legacy series. This series is a spinoff of the Midnight Breed series that offers listeners suspense and romance while delivering plenty of heat and action.
When you need an Ilona Andrews fix and find an old novella on your Kindle! Somehow I bought Origins in 2016, in fact on its release date and then forgot about it. This was a fast-paced off planet tale that left me craving more.
Love and Other Wild Things by Molly Harper was another wild trip to Mystic Bayou, and I found a hundred and one reasons to keep my headphones on as I devoured this. I laughed until I had tears, gasped aloud, and dreamed about the perfect slice of pie.