Enemies to Lovers

A woman is sent to assassinate the fae king, but finds herself trapped in his castle instead. She expects to die, but he’s been alone for fourteen years and even a would-be assassin is better than the ringing silence.

A respectable lady might not be able to survive the castle, but a scandalous one… a scandalous one might not just survive but thrive.

A woman whose fiancé dumps her just before the wedding on the advice of his older brother ends up moving in between them into a ten-foot-wide historical “spite house.” She plans to ensure it lives up to the name, but perhaps the older brother isn’t the monster she believed? Maybe she really is just that much of a disaster…

Deftly written and at turns hilarious, emotional, and heartbreaking, every word is like the kindest, gentlest hug to anyone struggling with grief or depression. I loved it!

(Fair warning, Olivia and I are friends, which is why I got to read an early copy, but it is devastatingly good.)

A young woman with a chronic illness has trained her whole life to become a scribe, right up until her powerful mother declares she’ll be undertaking the dragon rider trials. If she survives, she’ll be one of the most formidable soldiers in the kingdom. If she fails, she dies. The leader of her wing already hates her for the sins of her mother, but she plans to show him and everyone else just what smarts and stubbornness can do.

A fast, fun read with dragons!

When her grandfather is murdered, a young woman knows the only way she’ll have the power to investigate is if she becomes a Praetorian, the highest level of military service. Unfortunately, that means surviving the brutal trials—and the team leader who very likely killed her grandfather. The power in her blood gives her an edge, but if anyone discovers the secret, she’ll be killed before the trials even begin.

A chaotic disaster of a man, one who happens to be able to read minds, is ordered to bond with a proper, rule-bound, honorable man, one who refuses to force the bond. But without it, both of their lives are forfeit, so they have to pretend—or die.

No problem, right?