Marilyn Monroe, time travel, second chances - all steeped in mid-Century Hollywood history, culture, and magic.
In this war and weapon-filled coming of age fantasy, one woman's strengths and aspirations prove her worthiness as a leader. Exceptionally intricate world building and potent prose -- readers will not want to miss a beat of this epic fantasy!
CORRALLING KENZIE: BOOK 4 of the WINTERS SISTERS by Joanne Jaytanie – Genetic Engineering, Fantasy, Romance, Psychics
The danger is real in the fourth installment of "The Winters Sisters, Corralling Kenzie," so it's a good thing Jaytanie's new heroine has a hot steamy hunk to lend her a hand in this sizzling thriller about the dark side of medical research.
The WELL: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN the MIND RELEASES but the HEART SUSTAINS by Colleen Golden – Aging Parents, Heartwarming, Coma
Colleen Golden's prose is imbued with a wistful nostalgia, so perfect for a book that considers the variedness of life and the questions of death. While we don't know all the answers, The Well helps us realize that because "love makes a good conduit," the possibilities are, indeed, endless.
A rollicking fun and seriously addictive read! Fairy tales, myths, and folklore collide and with a twist and adroit humor and unexpected poignancy.
Down a contemporary rabbit hole, on a playful romp through Seattle, a middle-aged statistician and her friends seem to find everything—except, perhaps, love. An escapist fun read for a serious world.
Realistic teen life plus a hefty dose of magic realism equals a mighty fine read! Gretchen Wing's "The Flying Burgowski" will lift you above it all and satisfy your longing for a really good YA book.
CHASING VICTORY: The Winter Sisters, Book One by Joanne Jaytanie – Romance, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Psychics
Captivating from the get-go, Chasing Victory will tantalize romance and thriller aficionados into lining up for more of Joanne Jaytanie’s The Winters Sisters series.
“Magic and intrigue throw Lily Coltrane’s world all kinds of upside-down when she discovers she isn’t who she thought she was.