Stacking the Shelves #62

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Vengeance Borne – Amanda Bonilla (INT)

Book of your choice in the Half-Light City – M.J. Scott (INT)

Lola Cruz Mystery series – Misa Ramirez (INT)

Blood and Sand – Elizabeth Hunter (INT)

Would be Witch – Kimberly Frost (INT)

Audiobook of Collected – Shawntelle Madison (INT)

Katherine “Kitty” Katt #1, 2 or 3 by Gini Koch (INT)

Tome signé par Sandy Williams / Signed book by Sandy Williams (INT)



Night Vision (Indigo Court, 4) – Yasmine Galenorn

Eons ago, vampires tried to turn the dark Fae in order to harness their magic, only to create a demonic enemy more powerful than they could have imagined. Now, even with Myst, the Queen of the Indigo Court, temporarily out of action, the new Queens of the Golden Wood finds themselves facing incredible danger…

Destined to become the Fae Queens of Winter and Summer, Wind Witch Cicely and her cousin Rhiannon are eager to assume their roles and marry the loves of their lives. But while Myst hides in the shadows, seeking to regroup her forces, a closer danger is lurking. Renegade vampires Geoffrey and Leo manage to free the Blood Oracle and set him upon New Forest, Washington. Not satisfied with wreaking havoc on the town, Leo ups the ante by kidnapping Rhiannon. Now, Cicely must lead her forces in a bloody battle to save her cousin before everything they’ve worked for crumbles to dust

Vicious Moon (Earth Witches, 3) – Lee Roland

“A powerful witch might live a long time, but a single well-placed bullet could change that. While my preferred weapon was magic, I was not averse to shooting anyone or anything offering my sister or me harm.”

Ex-soldier and earth witch Nyx Ianira is working as a PI in San Francisco when she sees the last thing she ever wants to see: the Sisters of Justice—the mysterious earth witch police force. A Triad of Sisters usually means an execution mission, but the Sisters’ only goal is to capture and escort Nyx across the country.

Nyx is badly needed back in Twitch Crossing, Georgia, the place she ran away from ten years ago to escape the stiff rules and duties of being a true witch. She wanted a life of her own. Now she’s being dragged back to her swampy hometown because another life is in danger: Her little sister is missing, and Nyx is the only one who can track her down in Duivel, Missouri.

But the key to finding her may lie with dark and tempting Etienne—a sinister criminal with a fearsome reputation, a ruthless attitude, and a total immunity to magic….

Thanks to Carien!

The Outcast Prince (Court of Annwyn, 1) – Shona Husk

Caspian Mort can feel the history in anything he touches, a gift he inherited from his father, the Crown Prince of Annwyn. Devastated over his ex-wife’s infidelity, Caspian has withdrawn from human contact except when working as an antiques dealer.

While assessing the contents of the historic Callaway House he encounters the beautiful Lydia Callaway and senses that her home is haunted by a banished fairy. But what does the dangerous exile want? Unbeknownst to Lydia, she’s the owner of the last remaining portal to Annwyn—a mirror hidden somewhere in the house. To keep Lydia safe, Caspian will have to divulge the secrets of his heritage, and risk losing his heart again.


Cendrillon me Perdra – Cindi Madsen

Darby Quinn a tiré un trait sur Cendrillon. Après de nombreuses déceptions amoureuses, elle ne croit plus à l’amour des contes de fées, ni aux dénouements heureux. D’ailleurs, elle ne s’en porte pas plus mal… jusqu’au jour où elle rencontre son voisin, Jake. Darby a beau s’être fixé des règles très strictes pour tenir à l’écart les princes charmants de pacotille, Jake a un charme fou… Elle devra s’autoriser quelques entorses à la règle!


Trey Coleman (La Meute du Phénix, 1) – Suzanne Wright

Incapable de se transformer en louve, Taryn Warner a toujours été méprisée par sa meute malgré son puissant don de guérison. Quand son père décide de l’unir de force à Roscoe Weston – un Alpha violent et dominateur qui lui promet de la briser – , Taryn refuse de se soumettre.
C’est alors que Trey Coleman, dangereux Alpha connu pour sa sauvagerie, lui propose un marché : s’unir – temporairement – à lui. Il y gagnerait une alliance et elle sa liberté. Mais faire semblant comporte aussi des risques. D’autant que leur attirance l’un pour l’autre semble hors de contrôle…

Scandaleuse Elizabeth (La Famille d’Arsac, 1) – Eleonore Farnaye

Paris, 1778. Elisabeth d’Arsac est courtisée par une foule de prétendants. Éprise de liberté, elle veut connaitre l’amour sans les désagréments du mariage. Au bal masqué, elle rencontre un ténébreux inconnu. D’entretiens galants en heureux hasards, elle s’offre à lui. Se rendant compte que sa belle était vierge, Henry n’a plus le choix : il doit demander sa main. Furieuse, elle espère que son père refusera cette union. Contre toute attente, le compte accepte d’accorder sa fille à l’Américain. Mais ce mariage est-il vraiment le piège qu’elle s’imaginait ?




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