I stare at the newspaper article about a baby snatched from the back of a car thirty years ago, and wonder why someone would post it through my door. Looking closer, my blood freezes. The little girl in the photo has an unusual scar – just like mine. I’ve never met anyone with one like it. Is this stolen child… me?
Rabbits by Terry Miles June 8, 2021by Del Rey Books Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
She’s the One Who Gets in FightsThe War Stories of the Seven Troublesome Sisters Book Threeby S. R. Cronin Published 14 May 2021Cinnabar Press Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Historical Fantasy I received a complimentary review copy of She’s the One Who Gets in Fights as part of my participation in a blog tour for […]
How do you move on after the love of your life is killed in an accident? This is Anna’s life now: people expecting her to move on, since it’s been almost 3 years.
A gripping and endearing tale, A Betting Woman brings to life an intrepid and entrepreneurial female who lived on her own terms… a Molly’s Game for lovers of the American West. Fans of Thelma Adams, Therese Anne Fowler, and Marie Benedict will root for the quick-witted, charming, and self-sufficient Eleanor as she paves her way in a man’s world and into the pages of history.
For Batter or Worse is the 13th enter in Jenn McKinlay’s oh so bingeable cozy Cupcake Bakery Mystery series. The cupcake crew has a lot on their plate – Angie and Tate have a baby on the way, Mel and Joe are just days away from getting married, and Oz is settling into his job as the pastry chef at an exclusive resort while planning the cupcakes for Mel and Joe’s wedding reception.
Seven Days In June by Tia Williams June 1, 2021by Grand Central Publishing Louise’s Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Courtney’s Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Romance
Bestselling author Dana Mentink debuts a new culinary cozy series, the Ice Cream Shop Mystery with Pint of No Return. This has all of the delicious elements for a fun series.
The Chosen and the Beautiful is Nghi Vo’s debut novel. This retelling of The Great Gatsby dazzles with its luxuriously louche writing. Vo gives a 1920s with magical elixirs and infernal bargains.