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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Revive by Tracey Martin

28 September 2015 Sarah 0

High-octane and adrenaline-filled, Revive by Tracey Martin is a must read.  A story of genetic manipulation, missing memories, and the awkward stages of young love, Revive is sure to captivate. What the mind forgets, the heart remembers. Alone in a train station bathroom, Sophia Hernandez has no memory of who she is or how […]

Tiny Tales: The Body Institute by Carol Riggs

2 September 2015 Jackie 0

I am excited to welcome author Carol Riggs, who is celebrating the release of her debut novel, The Body Institute. Just as exciting, she’s tackling one of the new features here at LE, Tiny Tales, where she’s giving us a bonus scene related to The Body Institute. Meet Morgan Dey, […]

Signal Boost by Alyssa Cole

31 August 2015 Sarah 0

I don’t think I can explain how much I love this series by Alyssa Cole. There’s a compelling combination seriousness amid such danger in this post apocalyptic world, but there’s also an element of humanity – both good and bad. What happens when electricity fails and people are left to figure […]

Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen 

17 August 2015 Sarah 0

I haven’t been reading much science fiction lately, so Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen was a welcome change of reading material. The first book in the Chaos Station series, Chaos Station, was so interesting that I’m still having trouble breaking down the reasons why I enjoyed it. The answer: it […]

Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

30 July 2015 Nicole 0

When I saw Rachel Caine had a new book…and series…out, I was super excited and couldn’t wait to read it. I loved the Morganville Vampires series and the premise of Ink and Bone and the whole Great Library series really piqued my interest.  Sadly, I couldn’t finish it which makes me sad. […]