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June 2020



Romance, magic, and 1920s New York City? Sign me up!

Psychometric Rory Brodigan’s life hasn’t been the same since the day he met Arthur Kenzie, whose continued quest to contain supernatural relics that pose a threat to the world has captured Rory’s imagination—and his heart. Arthur’s upper-class upbringing still leaves Rory worried that he’ll never measure up, but for Arthur, there’s only Rory. Keeping the man he’s fallen for safe is another matter altogether.

I loved the first book in Allie's Magic In Manhattan series, have been looking forward to this sequel for a while now, and I can't decide whether I liked this one or the first one better.

Slippery Creatures


KJ Charles is an auto-buy author for me and this is another one I've been waiting on since I preordered it. I read it within a matter of days and loved it.

Will Darling came back from the Great War with a few scars, a lot of medals, and no idea what to do next. Inheriting his uncle’s chaotic second-hand bookshop is a blessing...until strange visitors start making threats. First a criminal gang, then the War Office, both telling Will to give them the information they want, or else.

Will has no idea what that information is, and nobody to turn to, until Kim Secretan—charming, cultured, oddly attractive—steps in to offer help. As Kim and Will try to find answers and outrun trouble, mutual desire grows along with the danger.

Will possesses knowledge that could cost thousands of lives. Enemies are closing in on him from all sides—and Kim is the only man who can help.

NB for mentions of the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic

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