Even Though I Knew the End by CL Polk is a historical mystery with an intense noir vibe with all of the family feels and a queer love story.
A Restless Truth by Freya Marske gives you magical mayhem and mystery with a steamy sapphic shipboard romance.
Set in an AU 18th century England with no men but plenty of political acrimony and fairies, High Times in the Low Parliament is witty slacker satire at its best.
BATTLE OF THE LINGUIST MAGES by Scotto Moore is a romp of a space opera for fans of Ready Player One and The Last Starfighter.
Magic conspiracies, alternate Edwardian England, women’s rights, racial injustice, and a scorching queer romance – A Marvellous Light has it all. I can’t wait to read more of Freya Marske’s work!
If you love being enchanted darkly, seduced by words, made to question, then this is most definitely for you. Let that gorgeous cover beguile you into reading Comfort Me With Apples.
Along the Saltwise Sea is the second book in the MG Up-and-Under series spun off from the adult fantasy, Middlegame by A. Deborah Baker, aka Seanan McGuire.
A Spindle Splintered by Alix Harrow is a gorgeous, female empowered retelling of Sleeping Beauty with incredible heart and passion.
A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers is a warm snuggle of a book, a lovely cup of tea, sipped while wrapped in a pashmina.
The Chosen and the Beautiful is Nghi Vo’s debut novel. This retelling of The Great Gatsby dazzles with its luxuriously louche writing.