Book Review: Fallocaust (Fallocaust Book 1) by Quil Carter

In this unforgiving wasteland where people have turned to cannibalism to survive, Reaver is content being cold and cruel and doing whatever needs to be done in order to protect himself and his town... until he becomes interested in Killian and suddenly starts to care about him. But Killian's weakness gets the two of them into dangerous situations, secrets about Reaver are revealed, the King's...
 

Book Review: Blackwell (Magnus Blackwell Book 1) by Alexandrea Weis with Lucas Astor

Jacob O'Connor, a poor orphan boy attending school on scholarship, and Magnus Blackwell, a wealthy New Englander from a well-known family, become unlikely friends when they meet at Harvard in the architecture program, but that friendship becomes rocky when Jacob gets the girl Magnus wants. Magnus goes to New Orleans to distance himself but is unable to move on from his desire for revenge and...
 

Book Review: A Face without a Heart by Rick R. Reed

When Gary says one day that he would trade his soul in order to stay young forever and let the hologram his friend and artist Liam created bear the signs of his age and life, he doesn't expect that wish to come true, but that's exactly what happens. He attempts to immerse himself in parties, drugs, sex, and the finest things money can buy, but, in doing so, loses his humanity, and by the time he...