Book Review: Animal Instinct (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 2) by Stephen Osborne

Duncan's best friend, Gina, is a witch, but someone has recently stolen the skull of her father, who was an extremely powerful wizard with the ability to control animals. When Duncan gets a call from a new client who's been the victim of numerous animal attacks lately, he takes the case, hoping it will lead him to whoever has the skull. But between Gina being in a coma and a TV psychic in town...
 

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...
 

Book Review: Captive (Beautiful Monsters Book 1) by Jex Lane

Having no sire to guide him, Matthew doesn't even know there is a vampire-incubus war going on until he gets caught in a vampire trap one night by Tarrick, a high ranking incubus general. But when Tarrick realizes that Matthew is special and more powerful than other vampires, he captures him and makes him his slave rather than killing him. But Matthew is torn---he's happy to be learning about his...
 

Book Review: Welcome to Deadland by Zachary Tyler Linville

The infected have taken over, and there don't seem to be very many humans left. Asher and Wendy, students at the same university, have teamed up and are heading to a theme park, but Asher is still overcoming heartbreak, and Wendy is harboring a secret that's tearing her apart. Meanwhile, Rico, a teenager battling drug addiction, and Jayden, a child, are heading up to Orlando to look for the last...
 

Book Review: The Experiment (Saving Caeorleia Book 1) by Alicia Nordwell

Five years ago Ryker signed up for what was supposed to be a harmless experiment only to end up tortured, abused, and changed into an alien species. When he's sent down to the planet full of Caeorleians, he's sure they're going to kill him or experiment on him as the doctors did, but Seral, the alien he's bonded to now, actually seems to care for him. Ryker starts to realize he might have a...
 

Book Review: Crisped + Sere (Immemorial Year Book 2) by TJ Klune

Having recently found out just how valuable Lucas is, Cavalo now has to decide whether to return Lucas to the tribe of cannibalistic "Dead Rabbits" and save his people in Cottonwood, or to keep Lucas safe and go to war. With the help of his dog, his robot friend, and the mute psychopath who has somehow gotten past his barriers and under his skin, Cavalo will have to use the remains of his sanity...
 

Book Review: Teeth: The First Bite (Teeth Book 1) by Chele Cooke

Thomas is horrified when he wakes in a blood-drenched room and finds out he's turning into a vampire, but he soon starts coming to terms with it with the help of Spencer, his assigned mentor. But when a feeding goes wrong, not only does it have consequences on Thomas's life, it creates a rift between Spencer and August and even more problems for the vampire...
 

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...
 

Book Review: Naughty Cupid by Deanna Wadsworth

When Lio, a cupid, shoots a closeted human with a gay lust arrow and accidentally interferes with a true love arrow, he makes a deal with the Aztec god Ethan to try and get out of trouble, but the deal ends in a way Lio never expected: passionate and spontaneous sex with the supposedly straight Aztec god. But when Lio gets caught anyway and suspended from his job, Ethan offers to help, and he...