Book Review: The Night Realm (Spell Weaver Book 1) by Annette Marie

Clio's home is in danger, on the verge of war with a neighboring caste of daemons, and she's been stuck living on earth among the humans. With the ability to see and mimic magic, Clio agrees to go to the Underworld to spy on the master weavers who specialize in dangerous and lethal magical in order to copy some of it. But she had no clue how danger she'd be in, and she wasn't expecting Lyre, the...
 

Book Review: Steel & Stone Companion Collection (Steel & Stone Book 6) by Annette Marie

Ash, the terrifying Draconian, and Lyre, the playful yet cunning incubus, were by Piper's side throughout the entire Steel & Stone series ever since the night everything went wrong and they accused of stealing the Sahar. But Ash and Lyre were loyal friends to each other for a long time before that, and each had their own secrets and experiences. This book gives a glimpse into their minds with...
 

Book Review: Shadow Faerie (Creepy Hollow Book 8) by Rachel Morgan

Having made a deal with the Unseelie prince in order to heal her mother, Emerson now finds herself in over her head at the Unseelie Court. The good news is, she's learning about how to use magic and her Griffin Ability and even having a bit of fun; the bad news is, her plan isn't going work out quite like she thought, especially not when shadowy worlds and unexpected guests complicate things, and...
 

Book Review: The Daughter of the Night (The Girl in Between Book 4) by Laekan Zea Kemp

The Dreamers' bodies have finally been found, including Bryn's, but their problems are far from over. Now that Bryn has turned 18, cracks have formed in the universe, loosing all sorts of nightmares on the world and starting an apocalypse. But amidst fighting off nightmares in the real world and finding all the Dreamers and Rogues in order to save the world, Bryn and Roman are both battling their...
 

Book Review: Vanity in Dust (Crown & Ash Book 1) by Cheryl Low

Vaun Dray Fen, the prince of the realm, has spent over a hundred years living a life that has no real purpose or meaning and whiles away his days with drugs, parties, gossip, and sex. But someone has been distributing bad dust (the drug of choice), causing madness and violence. But for Vaun it leads to a clarity he hasn't felt in a long time, and he finally starts to realize there are things very...
 

Book Review: The Children of the Moon (The Girl in Between Book 3) by Laekan Zea Kemp

Bryn is trapped in a nightmare, but she soon finds out she's not the only one, and she and the other Dreamers struggle to find a way out so that they can wake up again. Meanwhile, Roman goes back home to New Mexico where he ends up in a figurative nightmare of his own as his worry about Bryn eats away at him, actions from his past finally catch up to him with unforeseen consequences, and he...
 

Book Review: Glass Faerie (Creepy Hollow Book 7) by Rachel Morgan

Emerson just wants to get out of her aunt's house, get her mom out of the psychiatric hospital, and go live somewhere nice together, but after a freak accident at a party one night, her life is upended by the revelation that she's actually a faerie, and one with a powerful Griffin Ability. She's brought to the fae realm to learn about her magic, but when her ability is discovered, she ends up...
 

Book Review: Warlock in Training (Studies in Demonology Book 1) by TJ Nichols

Angus doesn't even want to be a warlock but was pushed into it by his father. His attempt to fail his demon summoning class goes horribly awry when not only does he summon a demon, he summons one who is a powerful mage and gets pulled through the void to Demonside. But when Angus's demon tells him the humans are taking too much magic and destroying both their worlds, Angus wants to help, even if...
 

Book Review: The Boy in Her Dreams (The Girl in Between Book 2) by Laekan Zea Kemp

Now that Roman has his memories back, he feels broken and guilty and struggles to come to terms with the person he was and what his life has become, and in doing so he pushes Bryn away. Meanwhile, since Bryn's KLS is getting worse, she decides to go to Germany to try a new treatment. But the two soon realize that Bryn's illness isn't quite what it seems, their meeting definitely wasn't...
 

Book Review: The Girl in Between (The Girl in Between Book 1) by Laekan Zea Kemp

Bryn has Klein-Levin Syndrome, a chronic illness that causes episodes of sleep that last anywhere from days to months, but hers is a rare case because, when she has these episodes, she goes to a strange place with an everchanging landscape, made entirely of her memories, where she's the completely alone... until the day a boy she's never met washes up on the beach. He has no memory, but she's...