Book Review: Bonfire (Hours of the Night Book 1.5) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

It's Christmas time and Thaddeus and Sara are back in the bayou, but if they're going to spend their first holiday together, they're going to have to compromise on their very different Christmas traditions. Amidst all the holiday decorating and planning though, magical lights that recently appeared in the swamp have been leading people astray, and the townsfolk think Thaddeus is the one to blame....
 

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: Murmuration by TJ Klune

It's 1954, and Mike has a good life in the small town of Amorea---he never has to worry about crime, he runs his own bookstore, he plays poker with his friends in the evenings, and he's very nearly got his own fella, if only he'd gather up the courage to take the next step forward and ask him out already (something the entire town is rooting for). But then strange things start happening to Mike,...
 

Book Review: Life as a Teenage Vampire by Amanda Meuwissen

Emery gets involuntarily turned into a vampire one day just before his maker is murdered, and suddenly he's got a quirky vampire mentor appearing in his bedroom, a group of hunters trying to kill him, and an appetite for blood, which his best friend, Connor, is willingly offering---all on top of his already hectic life of high school and theatre. But then Emery encounters an even bigger problem:...
 

Book Review: Sire (Beautiful Monsters Book 2) by Jex Lane

It's been a year since the last book, a year that Matthew has spent trying to discover his past and who his parents and sire were, all to no avail. But then he runs into a strange teenage oracle, who offers to help him in exchange for protection, and a beautiful man who has abilities that exceed even Matthew's but keeps calling Matthew "my prince" and is unable to explain why because of a curse....
 

Book Review: Vespers (Hours of the Night Book 1) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

Thaddeus, a Catholic vampire, kills demons for the White Monks, and in exchange they provide for him and, Thaddeus hopes, will help save his soul. He normally has female "assistants" to provide him with the blood he needs, but a mistake was made when Sara (short for Sarasija) was hired, and, after so many years of being alone, Sara awakens things in Thaddeus. Thaddeus will have to decide between...
 

Book Review: A Triad in Three Acts: The Complete Forester Trilogy (Tales of the Forest Books 1-3) by Blaine D. Arden

Kelnaht, a truth seeker, is the elf called upon to solve the case whenever anything goes wrong within the tribe. In one, he must find the killer of an old friend. In another, he must track down a missing stripling and find the kidnapper before they can bring harm to anyone else. In the last, he must figure out what is causing all the children of the tribe to get sick with a deadly illness and...
 

Book Review: The Scarlet Tide (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 3) by Stephen Osborne

When a client comes to Duncan because his boyfriend has turned into a vampire, Duncan figures it'll be an easy case... until he discovers there's not just one vampire but an entire rock band of them. Killing one vampire is no problem, but killing three in one night just might be more than Duncan can handle, especially when his feelings for both Robbie (his dead ghost boyfriend) and Nick (his...
 

Book Review: Shatterproof by Xen Sanders

Grey is tired of struggling with depression and doesn't want to live anymore. Saint doesn't know anything about himself or his life other than the fact that he's not human and accidentally kills everyone he loves when he feeds from their life in order to fuel his own, but he hates himself for it. When Saint and Grey cross paths, it seems like a perfect exchange---Grey gets the death he wants and...
 

Book Review: Pale as a Ghost (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 1) by Stephen Osborne

Duncan is a private detective and no stranger to the supernatural. He still loves his dead ghost boyfriend, Robbie, but dating a ghost comes with a unique set or problems that Duncan isn't sure he can handle anymore. But when a seemingly supernatural serial killer in his city starts targeting strippers, which the missing girl he's been hired to find just so happens to be, Duncan and Robbie's...