Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels – Taproot, Ninety-Nine Righteous Men, The Little Red Wolf

In Taproot, a ghost must decide if his existence is worth giving up to save the human he loves. In Ninety-Nine Righteous Men, two priests try to help a friend who's been possessed while dealing with their own complicated history. In The Little Red Wolf, a little wolf strays from the path and finds out first hand why he was warned to stay away from the humans. Enjoy my mini reviews for these three...
 

Book Review: Hyde (Hyde Book 1) by Lauren Stewart

Mitch has spent half of his life learning to tame the violent, raging monster inside him, Hyde, by being a jerk to everyone, but then he meets Eden. The real problem though is that Eden doesn't even remember who Mitch is when she wakes up in his bed. When she keeps waking up in strange places (usually Mitch's doorstep) and not remembering how she got there, she turns to Mitch for help, and no...
 

Book Review: All Darling Children by Katrina Monroe

Madge has been raised by her Grandma Wendy since she was a child, always told that her mother died in an accident, but Madge is certain her mother is alive and is determined to find her. When a boy named Peter Pan shows up one night offering to bring Madge to her mother, she goes with him to Neverland where she discovers more about her family than she ever imagined and comes to realize the havoc...
 

Book Review: Emerald Bound by Teresa Richards

Maggie and her friends attempt to spy on a boy from school one night during a game of Truth-or-Dare, but it goes horribly wrong when they caught and swept into the evils of the Parker family and a magical emerald. When Maggie's friend Kate disappears, she'll do anything to get her back, including believing in magic, stealing a gem, and trusting her two newfound allies, Lindy and Garon as they all...
 

Book Review: Peter Darling by Austin Chant

Growing up as a girl named Wendy, Peter never felt like himself, so he ran away to Neverland where he could be a boy but returned home when he missed his family, even though they never accepted who he was. Ten years later, he's back in Neverland, ready to lead his Lost Boys and fight some pirates, only to discover that things have changed, Neverland isn't quite what he thought, and he just may be...
 

Book Review: A Face without a Heart by Rick R. Reed

When Gary says one day that he would trade his soul in order to stay young forever and let the hologram his friend and artist Liam created bear the signs of his age and life, he doesn't expect that wish to come true, but that's exactly what happens. He attempts to immerse himself in parties, drugs, sex, and the finest things money can buy, but, in doing so, loses his humanity, and by the time he...
 

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: Black Snow by EAB

At the age of 19, Prince Brier gets sent to the land of Aire to train under the huntsman Roland and his guild for a year, but Brier doesn't just learn about skills while he's there, he learns what it means to love when he falls for Roland. Roland thinks himself to broken from his past to give Brier the love that he wants, and he knows they can never be together because of the laws and prejudices...
 

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,...