Book Review: Juniper Unraveling by Keri Lake

Dani and her brother are taken from their home one day with all the other boys to a compound where scientists run awful experiments, but Dani's life depends on protecting her secret---that she's a girl. Wren lives inside the walls of the only real safe haven in the country, but one day she notices a strange place on the other side and meets a mute boy who makes her feel and accepts her offer to...
 

Book Review: Shadow Rise (Shadow Fall Book 2) by Audrey Grey

The plans have gone awry, the Trials are no longer, and Maia has been captured by the Emperor. She quickly finds a way to escape and is surprised to discover the Rebels have a fortress and an army. But she knows they're going to lose if they march into battle with the Emperor, and the asteroid Pandora is still rushing toward them. Maia will have to find a way to gather some people and sneak into...
 

Book Review: I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen

When Tyri is accepted into the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra as a violinist, she's excited, despite her mother's admonitions, because music is what she loves most. When Quinn is accepted, he's excited too, but for different reasons---he wants to use violin to show humans that androids aren't that different from them and deserve rights too. As problems between robots and humans worsen, and...
 

Book Review: 27 Hours (The Nightside Saga Book 1) by Tristina Wright

There's 27 hours until dayside when gargoyles attack HUB2, Rumor's home on the moon, and slaughter everyone there. Rumor escapes to the nearest colony, Epsilon, to warn them that they're likely to be next and ends up stumbling into a conspiracy and having his world turned upside down, alongside Dahlia, Nyx, and Braeden. Now it's up to them and the forest rebels to stop a war and save the...
 

Book Review: Welcome to Crash by Lina Langley

Damien is excited to start his new job at a prestigious art studio, but he soon finds that something weird is going on there, like the lack of employees and the fact that a famous artist who died ten years ago is suddenly very much alive. But even more concerning is how his epilepsy is worsening, as well as his feelings for his new boss, John, feelings that could affect his current relationship...
 

Book Review: Trans Liberty Riot Brigade (Brigade Book 1) by L.M. Pierce

Andi is a "Transgressor," someone who was born intersex and breaks the law by choosing to keep her body just the way it is. She's also part of the Brigade, a group of Trangressors trying to change things. When Andi goes with the Brigade leader, Elenbar, on a risky mission to meet with a contact and get information, things quickly go from bad to worse, and they find their mission has changed to...
 

Book Review: The Glamour Thieves (Blue Unicorn Book 1) by Don Allmon

JT has finally found a life that isn't full of crime and thievery, and he's happy with it, until Austin shows up after two years away and pulls him into another scheme. The orc and the elf soon find themselves mixed up in more than they bargained for with gang and a necromancer on their tail, and the history and feelings between them are only muddying things up even...
 

Book Review: Chaos Station (Chaos Station Book 1) by Jenn Burke & Kelly Jensen

The war is over, but retired soldier Zander is still struggling. When he hires a ship to help him rescue an old friend of his who's in trouble, the last thing he expects is to find his old best friend and lover, Felix---who was declared killed in action many years ago---alive and well and part of the crew. Although feelings still remain, there's a distance between them now, and the two men will...
 

Book Review: The Nero Protocol by Victoria Zagar

Elias has been homeless for a while, still affected by the death of his boyfriend ten years ago and preferring the freedom to be himself over having a home but being forced to be someone he's not. But one day he fixes a broken synth that he finds in a dumpster, and it leads to bigger consequences than either could imagine, and both will have to decide what they're willing to sacrifice for what...
 

Book Review: Ghosts (Hell Divers Book 2) by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

It's been ten years since the mission at Hades that took the lives of numerous hell divers but saved humanity and allowed life on the airship, the Hive, to continue. In those ten years, Michael, a.k.a. Tin, has grown up and become a hell diver himself. But Captain Leon Jordan has been keeping secrets from everyone, and some of the ship's inhabitants and hell divers are getting closer to...