Book Review: Unfolding by Jonathan Friesen

Jonah is a senior in high school, he struggles with both epilepsy and severe scoliosis, and he has feelings for his best friend, the beautiful and prophetic Stormi. But things suddenly start getting stranger and Jonah is swept away on an adventure out of town with Stormi that changes Jonah's perspective and brings to light secrets their small Oklahoma town has been...
 

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...
 

Book Review: Whispers of Old Winds by George Seaton

Sam and Michael have been living in the Colorado mountains for a while, but, when weird things start happening, Sam starts to realize there's still a lot about Michael's supposed curse and paranormal abilities that he doesn't understand. When Sam sees proof of skinwalkers and other paranormal things right before his very eyes, he struggles to understand and embrace his husband, their...
 

Book Review: Scrudge & Barley, Inc. by John Inman

E.B. Scrudge, or Ebbie to very few, runs his insurance company with an iron fist and treats everyone cruelly and selfishly, including the one person who sees the good in him and is in love with him, his assistant, Willie. But on Christmas Eve, he gets visited by three unconventional spirits who show him his past, his present, and his future, finally making him see the kind of person he really is...
 

Book Review: Raven (A Creepy Hollow Story) by Rachel Morgan

Raven's dream is to land an internship working for a certain prestigious faerie fashion designer, and she's so close she can almost taste it. But she's fed up with her parents' high society ways, and, when she starts a forbidden romance with one of her guards, the differences between their lives become even more clear, and Raven will have to decide what she values...
 

Book Review: Labyrinth by Alex Beecroft

Kikeru is out on the beach one day when he gets assaulted by two Greeks and Rusa comes to his rescue. Kikeru is supposed to decide whether he wants to be a husband with a wife and family or a celibate priestess, but he doesn't feel like he fits into either position or gender and simply wants to be with Rusa. Before he can figure that situation out though, Kikeru, Kikeru's mother, Rusa, and Rusa's...
 

Book Review: The Moonlight Market by Aidee Ladnier

When Cory's sister runs off to the Moonlight Market with only a note to tell him she's leaving, Cory is worried and immediately sets out to find her, but the Market is a big place, and he feels lost and alone. When he runs into Sanderson, his recent one (or two) time fling as well as a performer at the Market, he clings to him for help. But Sanderson wants more than just sex, and he thinks...
 

Book Review: Chasing Rabbits (The Underground Book 1) by Erin Bedford

Kat thinks she's finally going to catch the rabbit that's been stealing carrots from her garden, but instead he ends up accidentally leading her to "Wonderland," or rather, the Fae realm. Once she's there, all she wants to do is get home, but between the seductive Cheshire Cat, the surly prince, the crazy creatures, and all the even crazier rules, not everything is quite as it seems, and getting...
 

Book Review: Unhinged (Underworld Book 1) by Chani Lynn Feener

Spencer's boyfriend, Micah, died months ago and came back as a ghost only she can see and who only exists when she's home. Still mourning the loss of their future together and unable to move on, Spencer tricks a ferryman into giving her a ride to the Underworld where she makes a deal with Hades (AKA Hadrian). She just has to spend six months with him, and then she gets Micah back as a living,...
 

Book Review: The Paranaturalist by Ki Brightly

Joe, the reality TV star of "The Paranaturalist," lost his paranormal abilities as a child, but after nearly drowning in a river one night, his abilities come back, leaving him scared, confused, and completely unaware of how to actually use his powers or keep himself and others safe. Owen always thought Joe's show was a joke, but after pulling him out of the river, he realizes Joe is actually the...