Her Consigliere – Carsen Taite

My favourite Carsen Taite books are usually the ones with lawyers and courtroom scenes but this one comes close. Royal Scott is an FBI agent specializing in undercover operations. At the beginning of the story, she gets pulled from a job and immediately sent to another one, spying on the Mancuso family, and, more precisely, … Continue reading Her Consigliere – Carsen Taite

Swift Vengeance – Jean Copeland & Jackie D. & Erin Zak

Swift Vengeance is a paranormal thriller with a healthy dose of romance. Months after a motorcycle accident that almost killed her, Brittany starts getting visions, terrifying, bloody visions. As much as she’d like to ignore them, she feels she’s getting them for a reason and follows them to Swift Island, in New England. A few … Continue reading Swift Vengeance – Jean Copeland & Jackie D. & Erin Zak

Locked Inside – Annette Mori & Heidi Bindhammer (narrator)

Belinda spent the last six years in a coma after falling suddenly and mysteriously ill. When she wakes up, she’s sixteen and locked inside her body. Her parents have given up on her ever recovering and it takes a particularly perceptive teenager to notice the small changes. Belinda seems to be reacting to Carly’s voice … Continue reading Locked Inside – Annette Mori & Heidi Bindhammer (narrator)

The Care and Feeding of Waspish Widows (Feminine Pursuits #2) – Olivia Waite & Morag Sims (narrator)

I am, it seems, one of a few who enjoyed this book more than the first one in Olivia Waite’s Feminine Pursuits series (both books can be read as standalones). While I liked The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics a lot, I pretty much fell in love with Penelope and therefore with her story. Set … Continue reading The Care and Feeding of Waspish Widows (Feminine Pursuits #2) – Olivia Waite & Morag Sims (narrator)

Where I’m Going Now, I Don’t Know – missparker

I never read much fanfic. I know a lot of readers came to lesfic that way but that’s not been my journey. Maybe because I started reading lesfic before the internet became something you could access on a daily basis. Or maybe because it never crossed my mind that I wouldn’t find sapphic stories in … Continue reading Where I’m Going Now, I Don’t Know – missparker