Translation State by Ann Leckie, set in the Imperial Radch series, gives a deeper look at Presger Translators.
THE WITCH KING is rich, detailed world building with complex magic systems, lots of political intrigue, and diverse people. I was hooked from the opening chapter!
Leave It to the March Sisters is a love letter to fans of Little Women, the book and movie adaptations. Quick wit and sharp dialogue pair with the slowest of burns in this contemporary romance.
Flat White Fatality by Emmeline Duncan is a delicious coffee love paired with Portland vibes served with a twisty, cozy mystery.
In Spring’s Arcana by Lilith Saintcrow, Nat Drozdova’s mother is dying. She’ll do anything to save her. Even making a deal with Baba Yaga.
Jana Goes Wild by Farah Heron is a second chance, opposites attract, fake relationship romance set against the lush backdrop of a destination wedding in Tanzania.
Written in a fast-paced, detailed, and descriptive style with a casual feel. Ashes to Ashes, Crust to Crust is a delicious cozy mystery.
The House With Good Bones is T. Kingfisher’s creeping dread best. A steady increase of horror that buries you.
How to Win a Break-Up with its colorful and complex characters captivated me into devouring it in one sitting.
Smolder is emotional drama and negotiations. And sex. Lots of sex. Descriptions of gorgeous people with amazing hair and eyes, dressed sumptuously. And so much turmoil and introspection and raw feelings.