I’ve been reading some good books:
The Mysterious Lady Law by Robert Appleton
This is a fun novella that combines steampunk, detective mystery and and a fun science fiction element that would make detective work infallible. Well, almost. It is a very fast read, with a bewildering, time-twisty final battle that I’m itching to reread. I hope Mr. Appleton writes more steampunk!
In Enemy Hands by K.S. Augustin
This is a science fiction romance with an unusual hero–his memory is erased every two days. And the heroine is almost as much of a mental wreck as he is, thanks to the three years she recently spent in detention, under suspicion because her old research partner went rogue. Somehow, Ms. Augustin makes you care about these two very much.
I recommend both these books–check them out!
My guest this week will be Wendy Soliman. Wendy writes historical romance. Her most recent title is Of Dukes and Deceptions. It intrigues me because its not just a straight historical romance, but it also has some suspense in there. It is Wendy’s fourth book, and she’ll be with us on Thursday.
My free prequel for my Cinderella retelling is now available. It’s called “Wish by a Hazel Tree” and draws on the Brothers Grimm version of Cinderella. Download or read it here. I hope you enjoy it!