Book Review: Lux and Lies (Whitebird Chronicles Book 1) by Meg Collett

When Wren is offered to have her cancer cured in exchange for pretending to be Sloane Lux, a famous actress whose recent death has been kept secret, on an upcoming reality show, she accepts. But when the Whitebirds, an anarchist group, starts targeting the show and the pharmaceutical company behind it, Wren finds out there's a Whitebird insider among the cast and crew of the show, and cure or no...
 

Book Review: Gone by the Board by August Li

Nathan is staying with a friend in a coastal town in South Carolina after his recent divorce, but he's still struggling with his ex-husband's betrayal and his worsening social anxiety. Meanwhile, Brume, a creature of the sea most humans don't even know exists, is feeling lost and lonely. When Brume saves Nathan from drowning one night, the two become drawn to each other and find their feelings...
 

Book Review: Real Vampires Don’t Sparkle (Real Vampires Don’t Sparkle Book 1) by Amy Fecteau (Repost)

When Matheus gets turned into a vampire one night by the 1700-year-old Quin, his whole life gets turned upside down. Stuck with Quin out of necessity, Matheus finds himself trying to survive being hunted by vampire hunters, running from a mysterious new threat to vampires in the city, questioning his sexuality, and attempting to stay sane and alive as he learns the ropes of the supernatural...
 

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: Hell Divers (Hell Divers Book 1) by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

Hundreds of years after the surface of the earth has been destroyed, the remainder of humanity survives in two airships above the earth, and it's the Hell Divers---the men and women who risk their lives jumping to the surface to scavenge and get things the ships need---who have one of the most important, and definitely the most dangerous, jobs. When one of the ships gets damaged, the very fate of...
 

Book Review: Under a Blood-Red Moon (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 5) by Stephen Osborne

Duncan is trying to navigate this new chapter in his relationship with Robbie when he discovers a violent pack of werewolves in his town, led by a witch, and he knows he can't sit around and do nothing even though this will be his most dangerous case yet. But Duncan has a got a little army of his own to help this time because his friends, old and new, aren't going to let him walk into this fight...
 

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: When Planets Fall (Stars Fall Circle Book 1) by Abby J. Reed

The planet of Scarlotti is divided by three groups, but tensions between them are high and a war is closer than ever. When Breaker gets captured by Herons and forced into fixing a starship, he agrees in order to keep his people safe and tries to keep his deal secret in order to avoid giving his chief a reason to incite war, but rescuing Malani wasn't part of his plan and her mysterious wings...
 

Book Review: Bleed Through by Adriana Arrington

Liam thinks his schizophrenia is mostly under control and that he's close to finally being independent, but then he starts seeing strange paranormal visions, like one of a murder that may or may not have really happened. Convinced his meds are causing the new visions, he stops taking them, but as his symptoms get worse and he gets more wrapped up in the murder, Liam struggles to figure out what's...
 

Book Review: Garden of Thorns (House of Royals Book 6) by Keary Taylor

It's been years since the battle in Mississippi, and Elle finally has a life of her own away from her brother and the House of Conrath, though she still hasn't entirely escaped a life involving vampires as she now administers the cure to Bittens out of her apothecary in Boston. But when trouble with Charles Allaway and his House start brewing, Lexington (from Alivia's House) moves in as a...