Book Review: Black City Dragon (Black City Saint Book 3) by Richard A. Knaak

It's still Prohibition Era in Chicago, and Nick continues to guard the gate to Feirie, but when one of his oldest enemies shows back up in his life, he has bigger problems than rogue fae. Both and Claryce are more tangled up in Galerius's plans and history than either of them realized, and they'll need all of their allies if they want any chance of beating this...
 

Book Review: Black City Demon (Black City Saint Book 2) by Richard A. Knaak

Nick is trying to go back to business as usual with his duty as the Gate to Feirie's guardian, but then peculiar murders start happening, gangsters with magic start targeting Nick, and Nick discovers information about one of Claryce's past incarnations he never knew. Something sinister is once again threatening both the Feirie and human worlds, and Nick and his crew must stop it, but first he...
 

Book Review: Nocturne (Hours of the Night Book 2) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

When one of the monk's aunts is murdered at a party and dark magic is suspected, Thad and Sara are asked to investigate. But the daemonum, a book with information on summoning demons, is still missing, and Sara thinks the two might be connected. Meanwhile, Thad struggles with jealousy and is finding it harder and harder to control the vampire side of himself, and Sara is having worrisome...
 

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: Black City Saint (Black City Saint Book 1) by Richard A. Knaak

Ever since slaying the Dragon, Saint George, now known as Nick Medea, has been tasked with the duty of protecting the Gate to Feirie, along with the Dragon that now shares his body. Nick thought they handled the worst of their problems 50 years ago when they burned Oberon in the Great Fire to stop him from combining the mortal and Feirie worlds, but when strange things start happening, Nick...
 

Book Review: Snowed by Maria Alexander

When a boy at Charity's high school is brutally murdered, Charity and her friends start noticing strange things and decide to try and solve the mystery themselves before anyone else gets killed. But around the same time as the murder, Charity's social worker mother brings a boy named Aidan to stay with them. Aidan acts kind of strange, but the two fall in love, and when Charity finds out about...
 

Book Review: Bonfire (Hours of the Night Book 1.5) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

It's Christmas time and Thaddeus and Sara are back in the bayou, but if they're going to spend their first holiday together, they're going to have to compromise on their very different Christmas traditions. Amidst all the holiday decorating and planning though, magical lights that recently appeared in the swamp have been leading people astray, and the townsfolk think Thaddeus is the one to blame....
 

Book Review: Vespers (Hours of the Night Book 1) by Irene Preston & Liv Rancourt

Thaddeus, a Catholic vampire, kills demons for the White Monks, and in exchange they provide for him and, Thaddeus hopes, will help save his soul. He normally has female "assistants" to provide him with the blood he needs, but a mistake was made when Sara (short for Sarasija) was hired, and, after so many years of being alone, Sara awakens things in Thaddeus. Thaddeus will have to decide between...
 

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...