March 19th, 2018
The Chosen (Elder Races #9.7) by Thea Harrison
March 20th, 2018
The Heart Forger (The Bone Witch #2) by Rin Chupeco
Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman
Pestilence (Four Horsemen #1) by Laura Thalassa
Veiled Enchantments (Veiled Magic #3) by Deborah Blake
Covert Game (GhostWalkers #14) by Christine Feehan
Guardian of Darkness (Darkness #7) by Katie Reus
Tainted Blood by Sara Hubbard
Loaded for Bear (Tales of the Were: Grizzly Cove #10) by Bianca D’Arc
A Fate for Zeus (Gods of Olympus #8) by Lia Davis
Planet Bear (Once Upon a Harem #1) by Rebecca Royce
Hearts of Stone (Paranormal Protection Agency) by Mina Carter
Dragon Bites (Stormwalker #6) by Allyson James
Deadly Retribution (Nashville’s Finest #2) by Caisey Quinn
Wanderlust by Lauren Blakely
Fast Burn (Body Armor #4) by Lori Foster
On Hart’s Boardwalk (Hart’s Boardwalk #2.5) by Samantha Young
Lie Close To Me (Lazarus Rising #5) by Cynthia Eden
Nailed Down (Nailed Down Series #1) by Chelle Bliss & Eden Butler
March 21st, 2018
Brett (Bad Boys After Dark #4) by Melissa Foster
Rare Stakes (Eternal Child Book 1) by Michelle Fox
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Lady Darby a.k.a. Kiera Gage and her husband Sebastian Gage return to Sebastian's childhood home, Langstone Manor, at the request of his grandfather, Viscount Tavistock, to investigate the disappearance of his cousin Alfred. His family hinders their investigation from the start by either withholding information or misleading them so what should have been an easy inquiry turns in to much more that...
I enjoyed the story but I don't think the author used the Moors and the family curse to its full potential. Also, I've noticed in the last couple of books, especially this one, that the author doesn't give Kiera the opportunity to use her medical background. She's fell into more of a questioner role like Sebastian. I kind of liked the series more when she applied her "knowledge of the macabre."
*I received this ARC from the Penguin Random House First-to-Read program in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!