Mini Reviews: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy – Spinning Silk, Twice Bitten, Undeath & Taxes

In Spinning Silk, a Japanese silk weaver tells her life story. In Twice Bitten, a man and his vampire ex get hunted down by an anti-vampire group while rekindling their relationship. In Undeath & Taxes, vampire account Fred and his friends have more paranormal misadventures. Enjoy my mini reviews for these three paranormal/urban fantasy...
 

Book Review: Argonauts by Kevin Kneupper

When Jason's father dies, he's finally give the opportunity he's always wanted and is recruited to be an Argonaut for the Argo Corporation. Medea just wants to help people through genomancy, but she gets involuntarily dragged on a mission despite not being a warrior. When Jason's very first mission---retrieve some data called the "Golden Fleece" that was stolen by another Corporation---turns out...
 

Mini Reviews: LGBT+ Paranormal/Urban Fantasy – Stake Sauce, Kelpie Blue, Caroline’s Heart

In Stake Sauce, a vampire hunter struggling with grief meets a cute punk vampire. In Kelpie Blue, a boy and a kelpie grow closer and work together to overcome everyday struggles and fae-related ones. In Caroline's heart, a cowboy and a witch meet and help each other. Enjoy my mini reviews for these three LGBT+ paranormal/urban fantasy...
 

Book Review: A Bargain in Silver (Solis Invicti Book 1) by Josie Jaffrey

Emmy's world is turned upside-down one night when an infection starts spreading, turning people into zombie-like creatures, and vampires take over, both ensuring humankind's safety but also taking away their freedom. But despite Emmy's desire to fight against them, she ends up catching the attention of the two most powerful vampires and struggling to figure out her own...
 

Book Review: The Daughter of the Night (The Girl in Between Book 4) by Laekan Zea Kemp

The Dreamers' bodies have finally been found, including Bryn's, but their problems are far from over. Now that Bryn has turned 18, cracks have formed in the universe, loosing all sorts of nightmares on the world and starting an apocalypse. But amidst fighting off nightmares in the real world and finding all the Dreamers and Rogues in order to save the world, Bryn and Roman are both battling their...
 

Book Review: Alonso Munich is Now Dead by S. Gates

Alonso wakes one night in a hotel room to find out that he's a vampire and that he has no memory of the past five years. When Tyler, the boy who's helping him get back on his feet, gets taken, Alonso will have to rely on the help of his new friends, especially Marcella, the kind necromancer, to figure out what's going on with the supernaturals in Atlanta and what Alonso has to do with...
 

Mini Reviews: Science Fiction – The Human Wilderness, Scardust, Foamers

In The Human Wilderness, a man living post-apocalypse braves the danger outside his settlement as he attempts to save girls who have been going missing from all over the area. In Scardust, Raleigh just wants to complete his goal of scattering his brother's ashes on Mars, but when a strange man falls from the sky with no memory of who he is and the two start unintentionally swapping memories,...
 

Book Review: Black-Winged Tuesday (The Tuesday Series Book 1) by A.B. Rayn

When Herman dies, he gets his first assignment as a guardian angel, but it turns out to be more complicated than he thought when he finds out his old crush is involved. Not only that, an archangel has taken an interest in him, and both God and Lucifer are vying to get him on their side, adding to his list of complications but also making his afterlife a lot more interesting than his life ever...
 

Book Review: Succubus (The Executioner Book 1) by Brandon Varnell

Christian, one of the church's best Executioners (killer of supernatural creatures), gets sent on a mission to kill a dangerous succubus only to discover that while there is definitely something strange about the way men act around her, she may not be a succubus at all. As Christian starts to fall for Lilith, his goal changes from killing her to protecting from all the other supernaturals who...
 

Book Review: The Fray Theory: Resonance (The Fray Theory Book 1) by Nelou Keramati

Neve is struggling with premonitions but otherwise living a fairly normal life as a college student until one day Dylan, her ex who disappeared without a word three years ago, shows back up. Both Dylan and his ex-best friend Romer have secrets of their own, but when Neve has no one else to turn to for help, all three of them become tangled in the supernatural and must work...