The Kiss Curse is enemies to lovers, opposites attract, sunshine and grump wrapped in autumn vibes and enchantments.
Every one of Julie Murphy’s books that I’ve read, I’ve fallen in love with. So when I read the premise of A Merry Little Meet Cute, I was smitten.
In the Shadow Garden by Liz Parker is magical family perfection – generational feuds, enchanting love stories, gorgeous shadow garden, magical bourbon, tea leaves revealing the future long-hidden, cloaked by lies and magic.
Patricia Briggs’ Soul Taken, the 13th Mercy Thompson book, is a high stakes, contemporary fantasy with lots of action humor, and tenderness.
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.
Sunyi Dean’s debut, The Book Eaters, is a dark, contemporary fantasy that takes a brutally hard look at women’s place in society, motherhood, the patriarchy, and love.
Gina Chen’s debut fantasy, Violet Made of Thorns, is a richly imagined world of seers, curses, and princes rich with fairytale vibes.
A STRANGE AND STUBBORN ENDURANCE by Foz Meadows is a gorgeously written mash-up of fantasy, political intrigue, mystery, and queer romance.
ECLIPSE THE MOON by Jessie Mihalik is a delicious opposites attract, close proximity romance set on a space opera stage.