Book Review: Slowly We Rot by Bryan Smith

With the human population nearly wiped out because of the zombie apocalypse, Noah has been alone in a mountain cabin for years. When the sister he presumed dead shows up one day though, things start to change, and he leaves his cabin to trek across the country in search of a long-lost love from his college days. But the horrors he faces along the way bring back his alcoholism and inner demons...
 

Book Review: Girl in the Shadows (Girl on a Wire Book 2) by Gwenda Bond

Moira's father refuses to let her do magic, so when she gets a chance to secretly pursue her dream with the Cirque American, she takes it. But when the real magic Moira didn't even know she had suddenly shows up, it puts both her and the charming knife thrower who's captured her heart in...
 

Book Review: Girl on a Wire (Girl on a Wire Book 1) by Gwenda Bond

Jules, a wire walker, gets an opportunity to join a traveling circus with her family of performers, and she persuades them to take it despite the bad blood between her family and the Garcias, another family in the show. Jules just wants to follow her dreams to be like her wire walking idol, but strange, magical, dangerous things start happening, and Jules teams up Remy Garcia, the boy who's...
 

Book Review: Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Ali, a former child prodigy at piano, has been deaf, using ASL and lip reading to get by, for seven years. But when her best friend drags her to a concert for a band whose music Ali has never even heard, she ends up winning the raffle to go backstage and meet the leader singer, Jace. Their first meeting doesn't go well, but, when he asks her to come back the next day and then notices her bruises,...
 

Book Review: Changeling (The Incubus Saga Book 2) by Amanda Meuwissen

Nathan, Jim, and Sasha continue to follow leads and encounter dark fae throughout the country. Their relationships are getting closer than ever, but Jim's powers are getting stronger and scarier as he gets closer to Awakening, and the clock is still ticking on Nathan's bounty. With the help of Alex and a few other characters, the men formulate a plan and attempt to rid Nathan of his dark fae mark...
 

Book Review: Incubus (The Incubus Saga Book 1) by Amanda Meuwissen

Nathan Grier's life is anything but normal, what with he and his changeling brother, Jim, being continuously hunted by fae hunters. But then Nathan ends up marked by dark fae with a bounty on his head, Jim's powers start emerging, and, despite previously being attracted to women, Nathan finds himself having feelings for the very male Sasha, the incubus the two brothers must turn to for help. Now...