An awkward woman with a horrific past may blossom at last.
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by Sophia Rose • A Sophia Rose Review, Book Review Fiction • Tags: ancient Ireland, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Husband & Wife Detective Team, Ireland, mystery, reilgion, Religious Conflict, Sister Fidelma
When the Dead Travel the Ancient Roads of Ireland
Things are getting colder AND hotter in a version of Houston; a city where magic is alive and known.
The thrilling final installment of Chloe Neill’s New York Times bestselling urban fantasy series sees sinister sorcery advancing across Chicago, and it might usher in the fall of Cadogan House.
A secretive father dies and leaves a “dead hand” will forcing his daughters (who did not know each other) to get to know each other in the bosom of his home town.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary romance, Women's Fiction • Tags: Contemporary Fiction, Contemporary Romance, family life, gardening, Penguin Random House Audio, PRHA, Women's Fiction
How do you move on after a tragic loss? How do you not?
A young Catholic girl navigates through her teen years in a parochial girls’ school with a father in the movie industry, a devout mother, and a rather reluctant hero in Ingrid Bergman.