The Official Description: The red dragon is hunting her own. Up in the icy peaks of the northern mountains, Orsie Havesskadi spends his days hiding from her, but eventually he is found and his dragon magic stolen. Cursed to wander the lands as a mortal unless he recovers his magic before twenty-four rising crescents have… Continue reading REVIEW: Havesskadi by Ava Kelly
The Official Description: Organ trafficking, types of attraction and far-right nationalism are ingredients in this tale about Mike, Ross, Raith and Phil, a gay polyamorous quad who live in North-East England. Phil is a surgeon in Warbridge Hospital. A patient's organs are harvested illegally. Are Phil's colleagues involved? Detective Nick Seabrooke returns to Warbridge to… Continue reading REVIEW: Body Parts and Mind Games (County Durham Quad #4) by Jude Tresswell
The Official Description: A moment of quiet was all Theran was looking for. He was not looking to be nearly decimated when he stumbled across a sorcerer near the pack’s hunting grounds. He’s certainly not looking for his mate when the pack congregates at Elysium for a meeting, but that’s exactly what Theran finds when he… Continue reading REVIEW: Hearts of Magic by Kay Doherty
The Official Description: All Robbie Fontaine ever wanted was a place to belong. After the death of his mother, he bounces around from pack to pack, forming temporary bonds to keep from turning feral. It’s enough—until he receives a summons from the wolf stronghold in Caswell, Maine. Life as the trusted second to Michelle Hughes—the… Continue reading REVIEW: Heartsong by T.J. Klune is stunning!
The Official Description: While twenty-year-old FTM Hemingway is making an excellent living as a tattoo artist in a near-future version of Hell’s Kitchen, the rest of the country is splintered and struggling in the wake of a war gone on for too long. Technology has collapsed, borders rise and fall overnight, and magic has awakened… Continue reading REVIEW: Earnest Ink by Alex Hall
The Official Description: It’s a dangerous world, whether you have power or not. Everyone knows there’s something off about Skylar, including herself. She wades through high school being normal, but ever since the disappearance of her only friend, her life spirals out of control. Humans with uncommon abilities live closer than she thinks. Skylar wants… Continue reading REVIEW: Bright Decay by Aurelia Wong
The short blurb bit: Danny seems to have been looking for something without really knowing it. She has moved with her mother to a small town called Tempest. She falls in with a group of friends called The Grays without knowing that they may have actually brought her there. The Grays are a coven of young… Continue reading Review: The Lost Coast by Amy Rose Capetta
The short blurb bit: A polyamorous quad gets involved in a crime and the detective who is heading up the investigation is asexual. Raith, Mike, Ross, and Phil live together in the north of England. They've carved out a world for themselves in which they can be free to love and care about each other.… Continue reading Review: Ace In The Picture
The short blurb bit: Prince Gerald lives in a world that is about to get very uncomfortable for him. Once a person turns eighteen in the Thousand Kingdoms, they must find a spouse. This search for a life partner takes place in the form of an unusual quest. Everyone must choose whether they will head… Continue reading Review: Royal Rescue by A. Alex Logan is coming April 8th! Get it!
The short blurb bit: Gus isn't normal and he knows it. He runs a video store with three customers and has a pet ferret named Harry S. Truman. Casey is an asexual, stoner, hipster who might be famous (If you're not Gus and actually know about pop culture). What could possibly go wrong if these… Continue reading Review: How To Be a Normal Person by T. J. Klune
There's so much in this book, I'm not sure I even know where to start! Alright... let's start with the characters. The story opens with Dovid and Rachel filming their usual YouTube content. Their channel is called "Don't Look Now"...why? Because Dovid is blind. As a result of a rare form of cancer, he had… Continue reading Review: Play It Again by Aiden Wayne