How to Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams is a contemporary romance. After being emotionally and physically abused by a coworker, Naya works hard to downplay her appearance, personality.
In Grave War, Kalayna Price gives a high-stakes, fast-paced adventure to conclude the Alex Craft series.
A Deadly Education kicks off a new fantasy series by Naomi Novik. Take the magical school trope and combine it with the survival of the fittest with a main character with the ability to destroy the planet.
Moonflower Murders, the sequel to Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz is for fans of intricately plotted, classic mysteries. Horowitz brings the witty writing, and complex puzzles back in this mystery within a mystery.
I recap the dozen books I read during October 2020. Not quite as many spooky books as I wanted but I chipped away at my TBR pile.
Over the Woodward Wall is a middle-grade fantasy by A. Deborah Baker, Seanan McGuire’s pseudonym. And yet, it’s so much more!
Where Dreams Descend is the first book in a YA fantasy duology by Janella Angeles. This is a lush dream of a book.
Bringing back witchcraft is a daunting task – one that could restore women’s place in society. Or get them all burnt at the stake.
This charming fantasy of manners marries an alternate Regency England with a world where some people are born with the ability to use magic.
The Seventh Perfection is an exquisite puzzle box of a story told with second-person POV. It’s an intricately plotted mystery told with gorgeous, atmospheric writing.