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March 2022



This book has been on my TBR list for a while and I finally devoured it over two cross-continental flights with flight delays. 

Aiden Bell (now living in a monastery as Father Patrick) can't have Elijah Iverson--because Elijah is his older brother's best friend; because he broke Elijah's heart five years ago; because Elijah's now engaged to someone kind and dependable who deserves him.

But now Elijah's coming with Father Patrick on a European monastery road trip, and between the whispered confessions and the stolen kisses and the moments bent over an ancient altar, his vows are feeling flimsier by the day.

And vows or not, Father Patrick knows in his heart that it would take more than a good and holy monk to resist Elijah Iverson. It would take a saint. And Aiden Bell is not a saint.


On the Water


I think I learned about this book on TikTok--which, holy cow, has dramatically increased the number of books I've bought lately!--in a post about sapphic monster romances. I mean, just take my money, okay?

Del is hired by someone who claims to be from someplace called The Uncanny Society to look into local disappearances at a club by the river, where she notices a beautiful woman trying too hard to be overlooked, and who goes out of her way to keep Del from the riverbank. Because if Saira isn’t careful, she won’t be the only monster who takes notice of Del. 🧜‍♀️

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