The Hoarder’s Widow (Widows #1) by Allie Cresswell – contemporary about compulsive hoarding
The Hoarder's Widow is a touching contemporary about compulsive hoarding and how that affects the lives of people living with the hoarder with a well-written theme and layers.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne – best hate-to-love workplace romance
The Hating Game is entertaining, sexy, adorable, and the best hate-to-love workplace romance that I recommend to fans of this genre.
Stone Cold Fox by Rachel Koller Croft – con artist thriller
Stone Cold Fox is a clever, thrilling, and wicked page-turning con artist thriller with an amazing cat-and-mouse chase that kept me on the edge till the end.
The Woman With the Cure by Lynn Cullen – historical fiction about polio pandemic
The Woman With the Cure is well-written, inspiring, and motivating historical fiction about polio pandemic and the woman who found the cure for it.
The Naani Diaries by Riva Razdan – fiction about Indian marriage and culture
The Naani Diaries is enjoyable contemporary women's fiction about Indian marriage and culture with many other interesting topics to discuss.
The Broken Darkness by Theresa Braun – atmospheric horror/paranormal anthology
The Broken Darkness was interesting and atmospheric horror/paranormal anthology with unique concepts and amazing writing.
The Case of the Emigrant Niece (Major Gask Mysteries #1) by David Cairns of Finavon – mystery set in 1860s Melbourne
The Case of the Emigrant Niece is an interesting and easy mystery set in 1860s Melbourne with some interesting historical facts and details.
The Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone by Audrey Burges – magical realism contemporary fiction
The Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone is unique and touching magical realism contemporary fiction with beautiful writing but it turned out okay for me. Disclaimer – Many thanks to Publisher for eARC via…
Hyderabad (The Partition Trilogy, #2) by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar – historical fiction about India after Independence
Hyderabad is convoluted, touching, and well-written historical fiction about India after Independence. I highly recommend this to historical fiction readers.
Thistlefoot by GennaRose Nethercott- Baba Yaga retelling with Slavic and Jewish folklore
Thistlefoot is an intriguing, suspenseful, and beautifully written Baba Yaga retelling with Slavic and Jewish folklore. Check out my review of this book.