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The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa

11 August 2013 Casey 0

Anyone who has not read the Iron Fey, and wants to, or hasn’t finished the series, don’t read The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa or this review because there are some major spoilers. I adored Ethan when he was just the little four year old boy that Meghan had to save from the fey […]

Spellbinding by Maya Gold

23 July 2013 Nicole 0

I admit, I’m a sucker for novels about witches (and well, vampires, too…if done right but I digress as sadly, no vamps here) and when I saw Spellbinding by Maya Gold…months ago…up for review on Netgalley, I couldn’t resist making that request.  I’m happy I did, even though I had to wait […]

White Lines by Jennifer Banash

4 July 2013 Nikki R 0

Gritty and raw are words used in the synopsis for White Lines by Jennifer Banash, but that doesn’t really explain what happens inside the pages.  It’s far more dark and depressing than I expected.  Drugs, physical and mental abuse, and depression practically drip off every page.  While I do think […]

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Death, Doom and Detention by Darynda Jones

21 April 2013 Nicole 10

I enjoy YA from time to time.  So, when my favorite adult authors venture into the YA realm, I have to check it out.  When I heard Darynda was going to do a YA, I had to check it out.  While Death, Doom and Detention is the second book in this […]

Faceless by Jus Accardo

29 March 2013 Casey 0

Jus Accardo’s Denazen series is by far one of my absolute favorite series ever. After that horrible cliffhanger ending in Toxic, I was desperate to get my hands on anything set in this world. Faceless by Jus Accardo is a novella that takes place a few weeks after what happened, […]


The Crossing by Mandy Hager

21 February 2013 Natassia 0

Mandy Hager brings to life an eerie world of subservience in The Crossing. The first in the new Blood of the Lamb trilogy, The Crossing transports the reader to a world that is a perfect nightmare. Hager expertly infuses her story with the time old tradition of native servants and […]

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Dark Kiss by Michelle Rowen

21 February 2013 Casey 0

There are some authors whose books I know I’m going to always love; Michelle Rowen is one such author. I jump for joy every time she releases a new book. It was no different when Dark Kiss, the first book in her newest young adult series, came out. One girl […]


Fathomless by Jackson Pearce

12 February 2013 Casey 1

Saying I loved Fathomless by Jackson Pearce doesn’t even begin to describe what I feel for this book. It grabbed me, sucked me in and never let me go. Fathomless was like nothing I expected but turned out to be everything I love. I don’t know if I can do […]


Incarnation by Emma Cornwall

24 January 2013 Casey 2

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started reading Emma Cornwall’s Incarnation. The blurb was interesting enough, and since I loved Dracula, Incarnation looked like it would be a cool twist on that classic story. Unfortunately, nothing about Incarnation caught my interest. I ended up putting the book down about halfway through it, and […]