Book Review: All Souls Near & Nigh (Soulbound Book 2) by Hailey Turner

After only a brief break, Patrick gets a case about werecreatures turning up dead, and unfortunately the gods are involved once again, including some Patrick hasn't yet met. Patrick also makes a deal with Lucien to take down another vampire in order to erase the debt he owes him. And throughout it all, Patrick and Jono are trying to figure how to work together in their brand new...
 

Book Review: Underground (Under Book 3) by M.N. Arzu

Julian's family and the rest of the surface merfolk are still dealing with the ramifications of their existence being made known to the world and trying to work on relations with the UN and the government. Things get even more complicated though when Drake leaves to an undisclosed location with the Navy in order to test new diving suits, an unexpected relative of one of the Brookses shows up in...
 

Bookish Musings: Opening Lines

I don't think the first line of a book has to be the absolute best. Truthfully, how many people are reading ONLY the first line and then giving up on a book? I do think a great first line can hook a reader who might've been on the fence though. And regardless, I just thought it'd be a fun idea to look at the opening lines of some different books... and have a fight to the death! Just kidding...
 

Bloggy Musings: 5 Ways I’ve Changed as a Reader Because of Blogging

My 4-year blogoversary is this week! And each year I like to do some sort of post to commemorate the event. (The word 'commemorate' makes it sound like a big deal when it's really not lol.) Anyway, this year I decided to talk about some of the ways my reading has changed since I've started book blogging. Are all of these changes because of blogging? Are some of them just correlation but not...
 

Book Review: Sins of the Son (Arcadia Trust Book 3) by Christian Baines

After the events of the last book, Reylan is unhappy and just wants to make his life go back to being as close to normal as possible, but the sudden attacks by members of the Scimitar make that difficult. When Reylan rescues an injured priest who already knows about the supernatural, Reylan finds himself both distrusting of and attracted to the man. Meanwhile, things in Reylan's life only get...