Book Review: Broken (Beautiful Monsters Book 3) by Jex Lane

Matthew has been through a lot without losing hope or the desire to keep fighting, but his latest situation pushes him to his breaking point, and his body starts to decay right before his very eyes. Aside from getting the free life that he wants, Tarrick is the only thing that might be able to stop the decay, but Matthew doesn't know if he can trust him, and his presence just might make things...
 

Book Review: Rogue Magic by Kit Brisby

Byron, the PR rep for Cole Industries (an anti-magic company that makes magic-suppressing bands and that's about to break new ground by using magic as a clean energy source), has always believed the outlaw of magic was necessary and that his uncle's company was doing good things---until one day an unregistered mage saves his life only to labeled a terrorist. As Byron delves deeper into his moral...
 

Book Review: Shadows of Humanity (The Immortal Coil Book 2) by J. Armand

Dorian is back in New York after two years of training, but something strange is going on yet again---a mysterious being is killing all the vampires in the city. Then Dorian runs into William, a member of a brotherhood that hunts supernaturals, and William befriends Dorian, believing him to be the one who did all the vampire killing. Dorian goes with him to England thinking he might be able to...
 

Book Review: The Three Sisters (The Krampus Chronicles Book 1) by Sonia Halbach (Repost)

When Maggie meets Henry while sledding, she doesn't expect him to show up on Christmas Eve making accusations about her grandfather, and she especially doesn't expect him to sneak down the chimney that night to search for proof, claiming her grandfather stole the famous "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" poem from his grandfather. But when the two of them find a secret passageway in the...
 

Book Review: Mad God Walking (Walking Sideways Book 1) by Connor Drexler

Damon grew up in the Sideways realm in a torturous place called the Night Hotel, but five years ago he escaped to the human realm and has since been trying to find his humanity with the help of Thom, a technomancer, and Sarah, a wizard. Damon is constantly battling the darkness inside of himself, but now he's also fighting against a group of wizards trying to destroy him, and he fears using his...
 

Book Review: The Immortal Coil (The Immortal Coil Book 1) by J. Armand

Dorian, having recently left college to move to NY, isn't really sure where his life was headed, but being attacked by people infected and turned into vampire-like monsters and then being kidnapped by actual vampires wasn't what he had in mind. Now that Dorian is learning about the supernatural world as well as where his own telekinesis came from and how to use it, he'll have to figure out who to...
 

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 Ferryman Institute by Colin Gigl

Charlie has been a ferryman, an immortal who guides recently passed souls into the afterlife, for 250 years and has never failed a single assignment. But one day he gets special instructions---save Alice before she commits suicide, or continue being a ferryman. Charlie saves the girl, but when Inspector Javrouche finds out that Charlie broke the most important rule of the Institute, it puts both...
 

Book Review: As Wings Unfurl by Arthur M. Doweyko

With his parents recently deceased and the lower half of his leg gone, Apple's return home from Vietnam has been dull, lonesome, and filled with morphine. But when a thug comes into the shop where he works, nearly killing his boss and looking for some photo negatives, Apple finds the negatives and ends up in the middle of a conspiracy with Angela, an alien who has fallen for him, and it'll be up...
 

Book Review: The Hypnotic City (The Gold and Gaslight Chronicles Book 2) by Andrea Berthot

It's 1904 and Philomena has moved from London to New York to finally be free and to follow her dreams of performing, so when the famous theatre owner Tom Casey hires her to be his next star, it's her dream come true. But her new boyfriend isn't quite as excited about it as she is, and as Philomena starts noticing more and more strange things, she realizes something suspicious is going on, and...