No blog posts to share this week, so I’ll be doing another new releases edition. I consider a new release to be anything published in the last month. So, I looked through my wishlist and recent buys to find some I’m looking forward to(or already devoured).
Claimed, by Lindsay Buroker: This is number 4 in her Flash Gold series. This series that introduced me to Lindsay’s writing(Thanks to Kait Nolan). Really love these stories and can’t wait to read this one.
After years on the hunt, Cedar Kartes is finally within striking distance of Cudgel Conrad, the criminal who slew his brother and framed him for murder. With the help of Kali McAlister, his business partner and the woman he’s mustering the courage to court, he believes he can finally rid the world of a bloodthirsty felon.
But nothing is ever easy in the Yukon. The new police commissioner has taken an interest in Cedar’s checkered past, a suspicious newspaperman is trying to make friends with Kali, and Cudgel may be laying traps for Cedar even as Cedar is trying to trap him.
Eventide, by Krista Walsh: This is the second book in Krista’s Meratis trilogy(and has technically been out for just over a month, but I’m still counting it as a new release). I loved the first book, probably more than I expected to. And the second didn’t disappoint. Krista is very good at twisting my heart around just before ripping it out. And still leaving me satisfied at the end. I can’t wait to read the third book.
Six months after he returns from his fictional world of Andvell, Jeff Powell is still plagued by nightmares, and an inability to write anything new. Cursed with permanent writer’s block, and on the verge of losing the woman of his dreams, he feels his life can’t get any more complicated. Until he comes home to find Jayden and Brady in his apartment with news that the evil sorcerer Raul is in Montreal.
In their search for the now-powerless villain, they find themselves cast back into Andvell, tasked by the Sisters with finding Raul before he regains his power and destroys the world.
As far as Jeff is concerned, he has greater issues. Cassie has a new admirer, his characters are keeping secrets, and he has become the target of a silent assassin. Without his creativity, Jeff doesn’t know if he’s up to the challenge. If he wants to save his world from ruin, he needs to prove he has more to offer than his imagination.
Past My Defenses, by Wendy Sparrow: I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read by Wendy. I haven’t started this one yet, but it’s waiting on my kindle.