Book Review: Dead End (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 4) by Stephen Osborne

When Robbie's cousin calls Duncan with a ghost problem, Duncan takes the case, figuring it'll be another simple spirit banishment---until the serial killer ghost nearly kills Duncan and nearly drains Robbie of all his energy. Meanwhile, Duncan finds out some unsettling news about his best friend Gina's new boyfriend that could put her in danger, and he still hasn't given up on trying to fix his...
 

Book Review: Swallow You Whole (Swallow You Whole Book 1) by Jasper Black

When demons Henry and James both accidentally claim the same soul, an auditor shows up to determine which one of them has the rightful claim and which will be chained up in Hell. Henry, desperate to avoid that punishment, comes up with a scheme that involves the three of them to work together, along with two humans, in order to get more souls to feed on than ever before. Unfortunately for them,...
 

Book Review: Starflight (Starflight Book 1) by Melissa Landers

Solara grew up an orphan and has now been branded a felon, so she's more than ready to head to the outer realm where she can finally have her freedom and be respected for her skills as a mechanic... but first she needs someone to indenture her as a servant and pay for her passage. That person ends up being her high school bully, Doran, heir to the galaxy's fuel company. But things go wrong and...
 

Book Review: The Man in the Long Black Coat (Dale Bruyer Book 1) by J.L. Aarne

Dale has spent the past year drinking himself into a stupor and avoiding people, unable to move on from James's death, but, when he wakes one day to find that James appears to have crawled right out of his grave, Dale takes that as his cue to sober up. Between the neighbor who insists he look into some recent murders and the angel, werewolf, and god now staying in his house, Dale's self-imposed...
 

Book Review: Bonfire (Hours of the Night Book 1.5) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

It's Christmas time and Thaddeus and Sara are back in the bayou, but if they're going to spend their first holiday together, they're going to have to compromise on their very different Christmas traditions. Amidst all the holiday decorating and planning though, magical lights that recently appeared in the swamp have been leading people astray, and the townsfolk think Thaddeus is the one to blame....
 

Book Review: Life as a Teenage Vampire by Amanda Meuwissen

Emery gets involuntarily turned into a vampire one day just before his maker is murdered, and suddenly he's got a quirky vampire mentor appearing in his bedroom, a group of hunters trying to kill him, and an appetite for blood, which his best friend, Connor, is willingly offering---all on top of his already hectic life of high school and theatre. But then Emery encounters an even bigger problem:...
 

Book Review: Sire (Beautiful Monsters Book 2) by Jex Lane

It's been a year since the last book, a year that Matthew has spent trying to discover his past and who his parents and sire were, all to no avail. But then he runs into a strange teenage oracle, who offers to help him in exchange for protection, and a beautiful man who has abilities that exceed even Matthew's but keeps calling Matthew "my prince" and is unable to explain why because of a curse....
 

Book Review: The Orchard of Flesh (Arcadia Trust Book 2) by Christian Baines

Despite the werewolf problems of the last book being over, Reylan's formerly simple life as a vampire has been turned upside down now that he has a werewolf lover, a human in his thrall (aka a mannequin), and a newfound semi-alliance with the Arcadia Trust. But when humans start disappearing and mannequins start becoming crazed, not only does it does it stir up politics between two supernatural...
 

Book Review: A City Dreaming by Daniel Polansky

M can do magic, though he prefers not to call it that. Mostly, he just enjoys the positive effects and good luck it brings him so that he can travel the world, drink beer, get high, meet pretty women, play chess, and get into various different sorts of trouble. And now that M is back in New York, it doesn't take long for trouble, and everyone he knows---friend and foe---to find...
 

Book Review: The Scarlet Tide (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 3) by Stephen Osborne

When a client comes to Duncan because his boyfriend has turned into a vampire, Duncan figures it'll be an easy case... until he discovers there's not just one vampire but an entire rock band of them. Killing one vampire is no problem, but killing three in one night just might be more than Duncan can handle, especially when his feelings for both Robbie (his dead ghost boyfriend) and Nick (his...