Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Audio Tuesdays with Jessie Potts

Hello all, welcome to another Audio Tuesday, and Jessie Potts is here again from the HEA blog to talk about some of her most recent audio recommendations.

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This time I have an eclectic gathering of audio treats for your ears! We have a hero who can fly, a Family funeral home and bait shop, and finally a historical Christmas romance! (oh and if you haven’t checked out Audible Romance you need to!)

When a Lioness Growls by Eve Langlais, narrated by Natasha Soudek
Eve is always a favorite of mine because her books are so steamy and she always has me laughing. This one is the seventh in the A Lion’s Pride Series (Book one is When an Alpha Purrs) but it can be read as a standalone. Our heroine is a lioness shifter, while her hero is a whampyr. There’s hilarity, steam and of course the typical Langlais heroine sass. Perfect for those interested in a paranormal romp! 

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/When-a-Lioness-Growls-Audiobook/B075SLZ5PS/ref=a_newreleas_c2_20_t



Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper, narrated by Amanda Ronconi
This is the first book in her new Southern Eclectic series and Molly Harper writes the best sweet contemporaries. This one has a one stop shop with a funeral home and bait shop, and is in the small town of Lake Sackett Georgia. The hero is an Elementary school principal and our heroine is an elite event planner. It’s adorable!

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Sweet-Tea-and-Sympathy-Audiobook/B074WGZ4DT?ref=a_adblbests_c3_lProduct_1_11&pf_rd_p=2449196b-e46b-49f1-a88b-4da2b4e6dab2&pf_rd_r=61NAKWH87P8F95Z8EZ43&



Once Upon a Christmas Eve by Elizabeth Hoyt, narrated by Ashford McNab
This short (only three hours) is a must for the holidays and for those who love historicals! There’s a bah humbug Viscount and a heroine who loathes rakes. A snow storm throws the two together and while it’s a whirlwind romance (hah three hours!) it’s the perfect break between shopping, wrapping presents and wrangling garland! 

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Once-Upon-a-Christmas-Eve-Audiobook/B077DMWDZ2?ref=a_adblbests_c3_lProduct_2_12&pf_rd_p=2449196b-e46b-49f1-a88b-4da2b4e6dab2&pf_rd_r=2XN85HVJ2QGQW2KBSBG1&


That's all everyone, hope you enjoy these great audio gems.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Book of the Month Picks and Giveaway: A November to Be Thankful For

Cheers, fellow pathological readers! And welcome to TheNovel Approach’s November Book of the Month picks. We had a lot of great reads to choose from this month, but these are the best of the best, and I’m so excited to share them with you. 

As always, there’s a chance to win two eBooks from the list, so be sure to check out the Rafflecopter widget for entry details.

And now, here they are, our fave November reads!


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KyWheels Up by Annabeth Albert – “Wheels Up deserves all the stars! It had me so immersed that I didn’t want it to end. This is another great installment in the Out of Uniform series, an emotional read with two kinky characters navigating a minefield of regulations and restrictions in an effort to find a way to be together, all while battling their feelings for each other. Wes and Dustin were amazing and earned a place right up there along with Apollo and Dylan as my favorite couple of the series. I can’t pick just one, sorry.”



CassieBuilding Forever by Kaje Harper – “I love that that the story puts the reader right in the characters’ headspace surrounding the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. It’s thrilling to celebrate with these guys as they can finally start planning their own wedding. And the hilarious series of mishaps that follows is just like one of those stress dreams when you know you have to get to work, but you can’t find your shoes or your keys, the front door won’t open, and WHY ARE YOU NAKED?!

Kaje Harper does an excellent job of aligning the reader with the characters’ emotions, and it’s a fun (and bumpy) ride to the well-earned happy ending. This whole series is absolutely on my re-read list, and Building Forever is a sweet way to say goodbye.”



MaryannHurricane by BA Tortuga – “In this third installment of the Stormy Weather series, BA Tortuga delivers a stormy, emotional, and erotic chapter in Galen and Shane’s growing relationship. For Galen and Shane, it seems that sometimes you can be so close that you miss what’s really going on. Shane is sweet and vulnerable, and he surprises Galen when he takes a stand to protect what he loves. Decisions have to be made on what they want for a future, for themselves and each other. They also have to face people using them for their own gains. Even though Galen’s momma doesn’t have a big part in the storyline, she is a breath of fresh air when it comes to her boys. She loves Shane just like her own son, and treasures her grandchildren, Goober and Khan.

Stormy Weather is just a wonderful, simple series of two men who really love with all their heart. I enjoyed the entire series: the storylines, the great characters, and BA Tortuga’s unique writing style.”



JennArchie’s Accidental Kidnapping by Toni Griffin – “This was such a refreshing take on the paranormal genre, and I loved the idea of Hellhounds being assigned on earth to protect humanity and send the truly evil paranormals into Hell where they belong, as well as exploring other kinds of paranormals than the usual witches, vampires and werewolves. The author gradually built up our knowledge and understanding of her world from the first chapter where the hellhounds are on a hunt. I also loved that they didn’t immediately meet leader of the pack Adze’s mate immediately. This allowed us time to get used to the world and a feel for the characters.”



MikeCarnal (a Graphic Novel) by Dale Lazarov and The Amir – “In his traditional style, Lazarov writes scripts that are wordless on the page, but the art direction is so tight you don’t need words to understand the action or the outcome of the stories presented. Each one is a joyous expression of male/male sexuality that, while erotic, is neither grubby nor tasteless. The stable of artists employed by Sticky guarantees the reader a range of art styles that are lush in color and detail, and that present the story in such a way that no one is left behind. Being able to add your own words to the story gives this book a unique ability to make it completely your own, while still sharing it with the legion of Lazarov fans who have made a number of his books Number One Bestsellers in the gay erotic comics market.”

If you have never tried a gay graphic novel, this may be a great way to enter into the market, available in digital format and easily downloadable. And select Sticky titles are also available in print. This is a great book in keeping with the high quality of the work Sticky puts out. If you have the time, pick up a copy for yourself. You may just be surprised how hot and engaging a wordless novel can be.”



JenniferThe Whore of New Slum by TA Chase – “Author T.A. Chase always comes up with fascinating stories, and The Whore of New Slum is no different. What I loved most about this book was how different the hero was compared to other books. Most of the time the hero is someone that others aspire to be, or someone put in the spotlight, who shines. With The Whore of New Slum, the hero is just that: a whore. Or, sex peddler in his world. He works behind the scenes to help the people in his city, and I just loved that.

While this book is a dystopia reminiscent of some others out there today in the market, what makes this stand apart (aside from the m/m romance and the unconventional heroes) is the steampunk elements. I couldn’t help but think of that as Abdur has parts replaced by gears that whiz and whir as he moves. Loved it!”



JulesThe Consumption of Magic by TJ Klune – “What is there to say about the epicness that is The Consumption of Magic? And, really, this series in its entirety. Consumption is the third book in the Tales From Verania series, and the second book in what the author affectionately calls the ‘Destiny FUCK YEAH!’ trilogy. That’s not the “official” name, though, because the publisher wouldn’t let him call it that. Pfffft. Weird. But, anyway…back to the epicness… In this installment, Sam of Wilds is in the midst of collecting the other dragons—the mated pair in the mountains, and the Great White in the Dark Woods—who are a part of his destiny of dragons, and a piece of the puzzle that is the prophecy he is a part of. So far Sam has Kevin, of course, and now Zero, the Desert Dragon, who has also agreed to join up with Sam to fight against Myrin and the dark forces threatening to take over Verania.

This one was definitely rough in quite a few places. My feels were shredded at the end. Shredded. But, there was so much that was great about it.”



ChristieMad Lizard Mambo by Rhys Ford – “Filled with adventure, intrigue, twists, and turns, Mad Lizard Mambo is a non-stop thrill ride thru a post-apocalyptic world where Underhill and the Human world crashed violently together, forever changing life as we all know it. Adding to this fantastical book is Greg Tremblay’s extraordinary narration. He breathed new life into an already outstanding book, and made it even better. You should definitely add Mad Lizard Mambo to your collection. And, if you have not yet jumped on the audio bandwagon, why not start by getting this book as soon as possible?”



CarrieHigh Balls by Tara Lain – “High Balls is Book five in the Balls to the Wall series, and continues Lain’s love affair with Laguna, California and the gorgeous men who live there. While each book is a standalone, there are several crossover characters, as they all live and work in the same universe and are friends. For fans of this series who have been waiting for another book to drop (that would be me), it is a welcome addition and certainly fits right in with the feel and storyline of the other books in the series. As with the other books, this one tackles some pretty hefty issues, but it does so while staying positive and bringing a measure of forward-thinking which gives the story a lightness it might not have otherwise. Lain covers single parenthood and adoption issues, religious expression and family issues, even homophobia mixed with gender issues in the literary and academic pantheons. Whew. With all that—in spite of all that—we get a heartwarming story of a precocious seven-year-old boy, a dad working on his PhD, and barely holding it together, and a rake named Snake, who is not exactly what he seems. Together they make a family, and I totally enjoyed their journey to their own HEA.”



SammySoul Searching by AJ Rose – “My first suggestion to the intrepid reader who picks up this book is don’t read it at night, and, if you do, keep the lights on! This one is a thriller from the start, and the author cleverly crafts her story so that it ebbs and flows for a bit, lulling you into a false sense of security just as she does her characters. She gives you such insight into Trevor’s state of mind and his undeniable affection for Merrick. This is unrequited love with a capitol L, and it’s so frustrating to watch Merrick’s latest boyfriend walk all over him while Trevor dies a little bit inside, wishing he could tell Merrick exactly how he feels. I loved these two men in all stages of their relationship. While I felt Merrick’s reaction when Trevor’s real feelings are revealed to him by Trevor’s best friend, Tempest, were a bit too easy and quick, I could not fault the chemistry and ease which the two men had with each other.

The romance side to this story was definitely a second runner to the real focus–the haunting of their home. I must tell you that AJ Rose writes a darn good scary story, and she injects just enough suspense and horror in it to keep you up at night. Of course, I was way too sensible to start jumping at every wayward bump and sound that cropped up in my home as I read this novel. No sir, not me.”



LisaWalking on Water by Matthew J. Metzger – “Coupling my love of fairy tales with my love of seeing them re-imagined, and then adding to that an author whose work has been on my radar for a while now, there was no way I was about to take a pass on Matthew J. Metzger’s Walking on Water, and it was so, so worth it. Borrowing from the original tale’s [The Little Mermaid] tropes and then adding a lush new world and multi-faceted characters, Metzger delivers a story that is both heart-rending and hopeful. Not only is it a beautiful romantic tale, but it is also the story of a man discovering his true self, and is the story of a king’s—and, perhaps more importantly, a brother’s—day of reckoning and ultimate redemption.

The cast of Walking on Water is well-rounded and diverse. I especially appreciated Doktor Hauser as the cranky and plainspoken physician whose bark proved worse than his bite. He became not only ally to Janez and Held but their saving grace, and provided, single-handedly, their plausible happy ending while a certain princess provides the means to it. I also enjoyed the warm moments Janez spends with his family—the queen, his niece, his mother. Their scenes served to build our understanding of Janez’s desire for love and family, and I adore the way the author wrapped up the story in a happily-ever-after way for our romantic couple.

If you love a classic fairy tale gorgeously re-imagined, Walking on Water is it.”

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And that does it for this time around. Until next month, when we’ll be back with our Best of 2017 list, happy reading!

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Audio Tuesday with Jessie Potts


Hello all, welcome to another Audio Tuesday, and Jessie Potts is here again from the HEA blog to talk about some of her most recent audio recommendations.

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Today is the last day for Audible’s Treat Yourself sale! Tons of amazing audiobooks all on sale for $4.95! Come and grab some of my favorites!

Pretty Instinct by S.E. Hall, narrated by Kitty Bang
This is a hot book that follows a strong heroine who is haunted and a beautiful passionate hero. There’s music, steam and a great HEA.

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Pretty-Instinct-Audiobook/B00QXQPECE?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=W3WJ0S6J4SZQGRS81AVQ&pf_rd_m=A2ZO8JX97D5MN9&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=2017TYSS_ROM&pf_rd_p=3386052382&pf_rd_s=center-7


Wolfsong by TJ Klune, narrated by Kirt Graves
This long books (18 hours!) is dark and hard, but the love is perfect. The narrator is wonderful and you will find yourself full of feels!

https://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Wolfsong-Audiobook/B01LX3DCUR?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=0Q6PZW7SEZZVJN3DZFZN&pf_rd_m=A2ZO8JX97D5MN9&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=2017TYSS_ROM&pf_rd_p=3386052382&pf_rd_s=center-7


My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows, narrated by Katherine Kellgren
This is a fun, fantastic romantic YA about Lady Jane Grey! Not a true story, but the three writers wove an amazing, humorous story that the narrator perfected!

https://www.audible.com/pd/Teens/My-Lady-Jane-Audiobook/B01EB2U2UU?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=5N4J77D3K4QX9ZFJ4XST&pf_rd_m=A2ZO8JX97D5MN9&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=2017TYSS_YA&pf_rd_p=3397388822&pf_rd_s=center-7


Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige, narrated by Devon Sorvari
This is one of my all time favorite retellings of the Wizard of Oz. There’s humor, action, a bit of romance and everything that you thought you knew was wrong!

https://www.audible.com/pd/Teens/Dorothy-Must-Die-Audiobook/B00IA442H0?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=5N4J77D3K4QX9ZFJ4XST&pf_rd_m=A2ZO8JX97D5MN9&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=2017TYSS_YA&pf_rd_p=3397388822&pf_rd_s=center-7


By Your Side by Kasie West, narrated by Caitlin Kelly
This was such a sweet read, and I loved how the narrator brought the main characters to life! You have two teens, a locked library and secrets! Kasie West writes the best Contemporary YAs!

https://www.audible.com/pd/Teens/By-Your-Side-Audiobook/B01N1FSHRI?ie=UTF8&pf_rd_r=5N4J77D3K4QX9ZFJ4XST&pf_rd_m=A2ZO8JX97D5MN9&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=2017TYSS_YA&pf_rd_p=3397388822&pf_rd_s=center-7

That's all, everyone enjoy the great recs!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Audio Tuesdays with Jessie Potts

Hello all, welcome to another Audio Tuesday, and Jessie Potts is here again from the HEA blog to talk about some of her most recent audio recommendations.

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There has also been a lot of great releases in subgenres and let me tell you I am in audio heaven! Here are a few of the recent ones I just finished:

Crazy by Eve Langlais, narrated by Summer Morton and Lee Samuels
Eve Langlais is the perfect author of fun romance and lots of laughs. This short (really only four hours) is all about vampires and a heroine who hears voices in her heads. The hero (our vampire) saves her from an insane asylum and battles (metaphysically and humorously) the ghost voices who want our heroines untouched! The dual narrators play off each other perfectly and again, this is so short I finished it in a day!

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Crazy-Audiobook/B0773RQCZF/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1510599814&sr=1-1


Safe and Sound by Lucy Lennox and Sloane Kennedy, narrated by Michael Pauley
This is the second book in their Twist of Fate series and is all about healing, friendship, and ultimately love. This one is a little darker, but the romance is worth the painful evolution and cathartic healing of Ash.  It deals with abusive relationships, the psychological and emotional scars that will always be left behind, and finding a connection to another person. Paul narrates the two beautifully and I feel like this can be a standalone novel if you haven’t read/listened to the first one Lost and Found. 

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Safe-and-Sound-Audiobook/B0771R21DW/ref=a_newreleas_c2_8_i


Love Like This by Sophie Love, narrated by Elaine Wise
This sweet story is the beginning of Sophie’s new series, The Romance Chronicles. I love the plot and would just die to be able to travel to Ireland! Keira’s next assignment is to travel to Ireland for a month, witness the festival of love, and debunk the myth of true love. I’m sure we can all guess what happens! She falls in love with Ireland and her tour guide! Beyond love and romance, and of course the gorgeousness that is Ireland, this is really a story about Keira figuring out who she is, and what she wants in life. It’s adorable.

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Love-Like-This-Audiobook/B0774YYBKX/ref=a_newreleas_c2_19_i
Happy listening everyone!!

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Our October Book of the Month Picks and Giveaway Are All Treats and No Tricks


Cheers, everyone, and welcome to our Spooktacular October Book of the Month picks from your friends at The Novel Approach Reviews! I’m always so grateful to Mary for allowing us to squat in her space each month, so without further ado, here are the books we loved in October. And also, don’t forget to enter the giveaway for the chance to win two eBooks from our picks!

Hiding From Two by Morticia Knight - The Soul Match series has fascinated me since the first book, in the way Morticia Knight combined aliens and BDSM in a way that fit the culture of the aliens without making it seem strange. I enjoyed the first two books that focused on Chris, Nary, and Lasar as they discovered the depth of their connection and how they could manage being three together when a soul match is meant for two Alasharians.

This series also must be read in order because the events from this book directly follow events from the previous book, and it would be incredibly confusing without the background information.

I highly recommend this series, though! It was enjoyable and I cannot wait for the next book!

Recommended by Jennifer

Strike Up the Band by Sam Burns - I had the pleasure to review the prior two books in this series, Straight from the Heartand Sins of the Father. If you have read those reviews, I hope my love for the characters, and mostly cheerful character driven stories, made itself known. So, when Strike Up the Band was made available, you can probably guess I was all over it like a morning cup of coffee or a glass of wine after a hard day.

I had come to expect a certain tone from the previous two books, so imagine my surprise when Sam Burns throws a whopper out there in the first three pages, in an astonishing plot development I never in a million years would have even considered. From the beginning I could already tell this particular book was going to have an entirely different tone than the prior installments. Honestly, it was a complete game changer, so startling I could even say I was gobsmacked, as it was so at odds with everything I had come to expect.

Intrigued yet? You should be.

Recommended by Lindsey

Facing West by Lucy Lennox - Oh my! The chemistry between these two, from hate to love to everything in between, is freaking off-the-charts! Nico and West’s road isn’t a straight one; there is no insta-love here. Lennox creates believable, real world scenarios in her books, and every question you think up, she answers in the dialogue. You WANT these two men to work it out because Nico NEEDS someone to be a champion for him for once. And when West turns all of his love and attention on Nico and really sees the man, whew! ::fans self::

I am soooo looking forward to Felix’s story. Frankly, the setup for it was the perfect hook with a nerdy bookworm who has mommy issues, and a possible Scottish hunk. This book cannot get here fast enough!

Yes, I recommend Facing West; isn’t it obvious? It’s got a feisty rainbow brite of a guy mixed with a hunky cowboy doctor guy who each truly learn to see the other and fall in love.

Recommended by Carrie

We Met in Death by K.A. Merikan - We Met in Death is a dark romance with fast-paced action and a message about always being able to turn your life around.

The main characters did things that can’t be forgiven or undone, but since this is fiction, I’m not going to focus on that. Instead, I’m going to emphasize the fact that they were able to change the course of their lives, and make a new start. Robert, more than Nathan, had a lot on his conscience and, for many years, did awful things. But, he was able to put all that behind him and make something better of himself.

On the night Robert had planned to end his life—because that was the only way out of his current situation that he could think of—he came across Nathan in a cemetery. It was the night Nathan was supposed to die too. But what was to be their last night, turned out to be the beginning. They went through way too much together. They ran and they went into hiding; they broke many laws; they faced betrayal and prejudice. They also witnessed kindness and support from people who seemed the least likely to help them.

Recommended by Ky

Psycho Romeo by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott - Psycho Romeo is a great debut in the Ward Security series by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott, and the cover by Stephen Drake fits the storyline. I have to confess I stayed away from the little excerpts/peeks the authors gave to their group, so I was really surprised. I had a totally different impression of Sven and Geoffrey, and I’m seeing them in a different light now. This is an in-depth look into both of these men’s lives; they had been a big part of the Unbreakable Bonds series. The plot was suspenseful and has a lot to do with social media. Quinn is in the spotlight with his expertise in IT, and I thought the concept of the new app Geoffrey was creating was unique (I don’t know if there is such a thing, but it would be nice to have a site where you can connect with just authors or music artists without all the ads, politics, and miscellaneous noise). When Geoffrey’s stalker becomes a more serious issue, we get a deeper look at some of the other Ward Security team—Royce, Dominic, and Quinn, just to name a few.

Recommended by Maryann

Oscar Down Under: Part One by Jack Ladd - I wasn’t quite sure what to make of Oscar Down Under: Part One when I first began it. It starts out with a lovely prologue which uses surfing as a metaphor for life and love, the different types of waves signifying the different moments and turning points in one’s life. Really beautifully done. Then, in the first chapter, it jumps to the “not-so-distant future” wherein, over dinner and drinks, Oscar is asking someone to consider making their relationship permanent and building a life together. Also engaging and had me wondering what was to come. THEN, in chapter two, we jump back fourteen years to when Oscar was offered a chance to change his life, and jumped on it. Here is where we really begin to get to know our title character. As much as I didn’t know what to expect in the beginning, I became more intrigued and invested with every page I turned.

I’m super interested to see where Jack Ladd is going to take this series. I know he has said that Oscar Down Under is based on true events, and I have to say that it felt autobiographical. It really did feel very real and honest. I absolutely want to know more about Oscar and how he gets from where we leave him in Australia to the not-so-distant future of the first and final chapters in this installment. Go check this one out, folks!

Recommended by Jules

Model Exposure by Lissa Kasey - I am so sad to see Lissa Kasey’s Haven Investigations series end. I have enjoyed these novels, from book one to this, the fourth installment, Model Exposure, thoroughly, and have grown to love Ollie and Kade as I am sure most of the fans of this series will have as well. The love story that Ms. Kasey has created for these two is strong and lasting, and it’s had to be, considering everything these two men have been through on their journey together. Having survived yet another kidnapping by his maniacal father, and finally discovered just who has been behind all the vile acts that had been attributed to Kade all these years, one would think that life would begin to normalize for Ollie and Kade. Both are recovering from trauma—Ollie a stroke that leaves him susceptible to life threatening seizures, and Kade, now an amputee struggling with PTSD and a sketchy memory, at best. The two men deserve a rest, but, unfortunately, life is not done with them yet.

I cannot say more than this: If you have not read the Haven Investigations series by author Lissa Kasey, you are truly missing out. This last book, Model Exposure, is a phenomenal ending to a stellar group of stories, and one I highly recommend to you!

Recommended by Sammy

Hexslayer by Jordan L. Hawk - Jordan L. Hawk is not only an author who strives, and succeeds, to offer readers unique stories set in some sort of fresh-hell mystery and dangerous dramatic arc, but she also continues to deliver those stories through characters who are charming, flawed, cheeky, otherworldly, every so often a bit broken, and manages to make me fall in love with them. I know there are more than a few Whyborne & Griffin fans out there who’ll vehemently disagree with me on this, but I have to say that the Hexworld series is my favorite, hands down, of this author’s overall outstanding body of work.

Hawk makes the setting and atmosphere of this novel come to life, as if it is itself a character that shifts and sets the tone and mood of each scene simply by being present in the narrative. It’s some powerful good scribing when you can ‘feel’ a scene through the author’s choice of words, and it’s one of the things that makes this author’s books so much fun to read—the ability to disconnect from reality amidst the sights and sounds and smells of another world, and then emerge on the other side of it with more characters to love. I always love the animal mannerisms that emerge from the human side of her familiars, as well. It’s such a fun method of layering their characters with distinction.

Recommended by Lisa


And that does it for this time around, friends. Until next time, happy reading!


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