Cinder by Marissa Meyer

9 January 2018 Casey 0

Over the years, I’ve read countless fairy tales and their retellings. Some retellings would be almost identical to the fairy tale itself, while others were vastly different. I can honestly say that Cinder by Marissa Meyer is the most unique retelling of Cinderella that I’ve ever read. The biggest difference is […]

A Kinda Fairytale Series by Cassandra Gannon

5 January 2018 Jackie 0

Lately I’ve been going between reading binges and not reading a thing; so if a story intrigues me, then it’s pretty much a guarantee I’ll end up binge reading the entire series. Now I’m a sucker for a fairy tale retelling, so after hearing about The Kingpin of Camelot, the third […]

Shannara Chronicles & Shadowhunters: Episode One

2 January 2018 Jackie 0

I’ve been going through my drafts folder, clearing out the ones that weren’t going to happen or polishing up and scheduling those that could happen, when I came across a couple reviews I had started. On the flight back from Coastal Magic 2016, I had queued up the first episodes […]

Bear Attraction by Jennifer Ashley

2 November 2017 Casey 0

As much as I love the Shifter Unbound series by Jennifer Ashley, the novellas usually don’t do it for me. However, her novella Bear Attraction was surprisingly good. A female alpha bear-Shifter is pretty rare in PNR books, but I loved it. (Really, I just want more bears in PNR. Is that too […]

Burned by Karen Marie Moning

19 September 2017 Sarah 0

If you follow Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series, then you know that we step away from the spinoff that was Iced and return to the world (and viewpoint) of main character MacKayla Lane in the seventh book, Burned. It carries a unique pacing that I’ve come to expect from this author, […]

Altered by Marnee Blake

5 September 2017 Sarah 0

Altered by Marnee Blake is a new adult sci-fi romance.  A little reflection of real life in that there’s something in the water.  What’s in the water and why is an entire town dead? Waitress Blue Michaels isn’t sure.  She’s also not sure she wants to find answers.  For a […]

Diablo Lake: Moonstruck by Lauren Dane

29 August 2017 Nicole 0

It’s no secret that I adore anything Lauren Dane writes and Diablo Lake: Moonstruck was no exception.  As soon as I saw it on NetGalley (and that it is a first in a new series!), I simply had to have it. I also may have tagged a certain Carina editor begging […]

Resist by Tracey Martin

3 July 2017 Sarah 1

Just like Tracey Martin’s first RedZone book, Revive, there are so many twists and turns in Resist that the ending is utterly unpredictable. The alternating timelines got a bit confusing, but honestly, it made me turn the pages faster and faster. Picking right up where Revive left off, Resist is the continuation of a wild ride. […]

Paired Pursuit by Clare Murray

17 April 2017 Sarah 0

If you’re looking for a super-sexy, dystopian/sci-fi read, then Paired Pursuit by Clare Murray is just what you need! Genetically engineered super soldiers (and twins, to boot!) meet their match in a young woman desperate for survival in an alien-ravaged world. Who wouldn’t love to read about two perfect men with a […]

At Blade’s Edge by Lauren Dane

10 April 2017 Sarah 0

The fourth book in Lauren Dane’s Goddess With a Blade series, At Blade’s Edge, picks up right where Blade on the Hunt leaves off. Our favorite heroine, Rowan, travels to London in an attempt to sort out the mole in Hunter Corp, the supernatural regulation agency.  She knows the identity of […]

Edge of Obsession by Megan Crane

3 April 2017 Sarah 0

The first book in Megan Crane’s new series The Edge, Edge of Obsession, starts with a bang (or two – hehe!).  It’s a strange, post-apocalyptic world where these Viking-sorts are plundering the mainland – a mainland that is plagued with no electricity and very rudimentary living arrangements.  If you’re looking for […]

Dangerously Charming by Deborah Blake

10 October 2016 Sarah 2

After stumbling on Deborah Blake’s Baba Yaga series a couple of years ago, I quickly became a fan.  Now, I finally get more insight into the Riders. I. Am. Thrilled. A fast-paced tale that travels through now and faery-time, Dangerously Charming tells the story of the first Broken Rider, Mikhail Day.  He’s brooding, […]

The Garden of Statues by Justin Richards

2 May 2016 Jackie 2

I love the book order forms the kids bring home from school. I always find either a great deal or a book I have’t heard of yet. With the last one, I discovered Doctor Who Time Lord Fairy Tales by Justin Richards, with illustrations by David Wardle, and you better believe […]

Veiled Magic by Deborah Blake

13 April 2016 Sarah 4

Fingers crossed that Veiled Magic by Deborah Blake is the beginning of a series! There’s something gripping about a well-written urban fantasy with an element of investigative police work. Full of intrigue, deception, and a lot of running from bad guys, Veiled Magic had me under a spell. Since Witches came out of the […]