Book Review: The Heart of Arima (Les Corbeaux: The French Vampire Legend Book 2) by Emma V. Leech

Corvus and Jehenne finally get to be together, but their troubles aren't over because they still have to make a trip back to the Underworld. But Jehenne has been having visions about a baby, and Corvus is not the father, which means she'll have to choose between Corvus or her future child, and neither choice is going to be without consequence, especially when Corvus finds...
 

Book Review: The Key to Erebus (Les Corbeaux: The French Vampire Legend Book 1) by Emma V. Leech & Roisin O’Connor

Jehenne has recently moved in with her grandmother in France and is shocked to discover that not only are all sorts of supernatural creatures real, she herself is a powerful witch. Her first meeting with the mysterious and dangerous vampire Corvus doesn't go well, neither does the second when he tries to kill her, but she soon finds herself drawn to him and pulled deeper into the supernatural...
 

Book Review: Shade Chaser (City of Crows Book 2) by Clara Coulson

It's been a couple months since the incident in the first book, things have slowed down a bit, and Cal is trying to get to know his new team members and learn how to cope with the unsettling deja vu he acquired from his trip to the Eververse. But then a werewolf, a wizard, and a former mayor are murdered, causing the different supernatural factions to start blaming each other, and it's up to the...
 

Book Review: Damned If I Don’t (The Harker Trilogy Book 2) by Erin Hayes

After what happened in the last book, Edie feels even more helpless than ever, despite being the most powerful vampire hunter in the world, and neither her nor Jude are sure what they should do next in order to find a new replacement for the Progenitor. When they coerce Jude's acquaintance Dean into bringing them to the person he's been getting information from, they finally find out Jude's past...
 

Book Review: Damned If I Do (The Harker Trilogy Book 1) by Erin Hayes

Vampire hunting has been passed down through Edie's family for generations, but months ago Edie's sister was killed and Edie was infected and will die unless she can find a cure. Now, with the help of her few remaining family members and an amnesiac vampire, Edie is determined to avenge her sister and keep her niece safe by killing the vampire who did this before the infection kills...
 

Book Review: Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones (Zoraida Grey Book 1) by Sorchia DuBois

Zoraida's grandmother has always taught her about magic, but it's not until Granny sends Zoraida to Scotland, to visit relatives she never knew she had in order to steal a healing stone, that she realizes there's a lot Granny never told her. Once in Scotland, Zoraida and her best friend, Zhu, find themselves surrounded by betrayal, family intrigue, and witches far more powerful than they...
 

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: Triad Blood by ‘Nathan Burgoine

Luc (a vampire), Anders (an incubus), and Curtis (a wizard), shunned and bullied for being lone creatures and thus easy targets, have defied tradition by creating their own triad rather than joining others of their own kind. But not everyone in the supernatural world is happy about their bond and the strength that comes with it, and they'll have to face-off against the powerful vampire Renard if...
 

Short Story Review: Three by ‘Nathan Burgoine

Luc, a vampire, and Anders, an incubus, are both alone without a coterie or pack to keep them safe. When they both go for the same prey on one of the few nights they're able to hunt without being harassed by others of their own kind, they decide to work together, and they end up finding a chance at freedom neither of them realized they could...
 

Book Review: How to Ditch Dead Guys (The Witch’s Handbook Book 2) by Ann M. Noser

Emma isn't sure what to do with herself after everything that's happened, so, when Officer Walker asks her to use her witchcraft to help him with some more murder cases, she jumps at the chance. But the spell doesn't turn out quite right this time, and, instead of just seeing the murders, she experiences them firsthand, gets possessed by the victims, and becomes tangled up in supernatural...