Category: Fantasy


REVIEW: Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck
9th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck

In Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck, Every day spent in her beloved hometown is a good day for Emerson Wilde. After all, her family is part of the local history in St. Cyprian, Missouri, as is the indie bookstore she runs since her grandmother’s passing. Add in a […]

REVIEW: Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert
5th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert

In Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert (9/6), Mina grew up as an outcast in her own father’s compound, being that she was half human and half vampire–a dhampir–with no powers. Her father literally beat into her the knowledge that she was less than his other offspring. Something […]

REVIEW: A Curse of Blood & Stone K.A. Tucker
20th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Curse of Blood & Stone K.A. Tucker

In A Curse of Blood & Stone(Fate & Flame #2) K.A. Tucker, Since realizing that she has been cast for the foreseeable future to a different world than she previously inhabited, Romy, now known as Princess Romeria, has tried her best to fit in and atone for her namesake’s misdoings. […]

REVIEW: Angelika Frankenstein Makes Her Match by Sally Thorne
19th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Angelika Frankenstein Makes Her Match by Sally Thorne

In Angelika Frankenstein Makes Her Match by Sally Thorne, As her brother Victor’s long-time lab assistant, Angelika Frankenstein has never started an experiment of her own. But as she watches Victor with his latest creation–reassembling a man to then reanimate him–she decides to make a companion for herself. While both […]

REVIEW: Storm Echo by Nalini Singh
4th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Storm Echo by Nalini Singh

In Storm Echo (Psy-Changeling Trinity #6) by Nalini Singh, Ivan Mercant was brought up in a Psy family who gathers information on everyone and everything. Some might call them spies. But they have always lived by a code to take care of the ones they hold dear. That’s why Ivan […]

REVIEW: Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews
27th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews

In Ruby Fever (Hidden Legacy #6) by Ilona Andrews, Catalina Baylor, Prime of House Baylor, is finally (sort of) on an even keel and just starting to become accustomed to leading her family when all hell breaks loose. From the queen of spiders residing somewhere in their new home to […]

REVIEW: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep
18th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep

In Tear Down the Throne (Gargoyle Queen #2) by Jennifer Estep, As the crown princess of Andvari, Gemma Ripley is certainly no stranger to being in harm’s way. With other kingdoms out to take her family’s throne as well as long time enemies, the Morricones of Morta, who seem bent […]

REVIEW: House of Sky an Breath by Sarah J. Maas
27th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: House of Sky an Breath by Sarah J. Maas

Grab some serious protective gear and buckle up for a House of Sky an Breath; the second installment in Maas’ Crescent City series, because it delivers some king hits which you simply never see coming. Similarly to the first novel, the opening few chapters are a serious test of cognitive […]

REVIEW: Fated Blades by Ilona Andrews
22nd Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Fated Blades by Ilona Andrews

In Fated Blades (Kinsmen #3) by Ilona Andrews, Matias Baena and Ramona Adler come from kinsmen families who have been enemies for generations. They might have kept the peace between them for a while now, but when both of them–now the heads of their families’ businesses–are betrayed in a shocking […]

REVIEW: Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh
1st Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh

In Archangel’s Light (Guild Hunter #14) by Nalini Singh, Around the world, everyone knows if you see Illium you will most likely see Aodhan nearby. The angels became fast friends as children and were soon inseparable, creating a bond even stronger than most siblings have. Through the centuries they have […]