Eastside Hedge Witch: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel (Midlife Supernaturals #1) releases October 31! Since readers can’t “Look Inside” until the release date, I thought I’d share chapter one here:
If you enjoy urban fantasy with a heavy dose of humor and middle-aged characters (ya know Gen X weirdos but with powers), then this is the book for you.
Plot: After betraying her husband and the kingdom of Ithacana, Lara needs to make right and rescue hottie King Aren from her dastardly father. Nice heist vibes. Totally loved the assassin sisters dynamics.
Genre: Magical Realism (Literary works are not my usual review material, yes. However, a friend suggested this book and it hooked me from the first page. Romantic Subplot? This is a love story…possibly. Steam? Nah. Although they do mention Griffin had painted nudes of Sabine in their correspondence. Plot: An artist named Griffin receives a[…]
This is a love story. Want to know more? Read the article.
Sometimes a series can get boring by book five. However, Breene started the Leveling Up series with a narrow scope, focusing solely on Jacinta and her Ivy House quirky crew. With each installment she pans out showing the broader world of supernaturals. It’s a dangerous, cutthroat world, but Breene gives Jess an ever growing found family amid it all.
A book review for the Sleeping Beauty retelling Malice by Heather Walker
Ivy Morgan is a college student by day and fae slayer by night. Yes. You read that right. The fae want to open a portal to the Otherworld and it’s Ivy’s job to stop them.
Vow Unbroken releases May 28th! To celebrate, I’ve put the e-book version of all three novellas in the Faerie Tales series on sale for .99c each for the month of May (Free on Kindle Unlimited). Three books for three bucks! I also wanted to share an excerpt from this tantalizing tale, filled with intrigue, action, and a little steam.
ACoGB is the third book in the From Blood and Ash Series. Poppy must decide whether she’s going to take the crown and become Queen of Atlantia. There are lots of betrayals and a scattering of adventures. Dialogue. So much freaking long-winded dialogue and inner monologue.
Genre: Fantasy Romantic Subplot? Eh. There’s a love triangle of sorts but the author didn’t spend a lot of time developing the romance. I really didn’t get why the Darkling had a thing for Alina, it was grossly hyped and seriously underdeveloped. Steam? Tepid. Plot: Evil dude wants to control the world, supposedly. Alina has[…]
No second book slump here. For a full, non-spoiler review click the link, silly!