Book Review: Deadgirl (The Deadgirl Saga Book 1) by B.C. Johnson

Lucy gets murdered on her very first date only to wake up the next morning alive and gunshot-free, but upon landing in some other realm every time she goes to sleep and realizing she no longer needs human things like food, she quickly figures out that whatever happened to her has made her no longer human. But when she starts being hunted down by a different kind of supernatural creature and...
 

Book Review: The Other Side of Gravity (Oxygen Book 1) by Shelly Crane

After ten years of slavery, Sophelia finally escapes, but being on the run isn't easy when your planet has no gravity and no oxygen, and you have barely anything to your name in order to buy it with. But then Sophelia runs into Maxton, a black market trader, and he ends up on the run with her. With a high reward on Sophelia's head and both of them considered convicts, the two of them make their...
 

Book Review: Bleeding Heart (Mi Corazon Sangrante Book 1) by Melissa Graves

Brian is a med student working the night shift at a blood center for vampires one night when Kyle comes in. The two are drawn to each other and Kyle, appreciative of Brian's help, goes back a few weeks later, once he gets his life a little more on track, to ask Brian on a date. But as their relationship grows, the past that Kyle is running from and keeping hidden from Brian starts catching up to...
 

Graphic Novel Review: Blood Stain Vol. 1 by Linda Sejic

Twenty-seven-year-old Elly has been having a terrible time trying to find and hold down a decent job ever since she graduated and is now stuck living with her sister. But the whole family is struggling financially, so, in her desperation, Elly decides to take a risk on a chemistry job that's perfect for her, despite the warnings about the creepy, supposed mad scientist she'll be working...
 

Book Review: The Labyrinthians (The Labyrinthian Trilogy Book 1) by J.A. Armitage

When Kim's little brother, Elliott, goes missing during their first night in a creepy, new house, Kim and her friend Nate find a secret passage into an underground labyrinth while looking for him. With the door locked behind them, Elliott lost somewhere inside the maze, and the room soundproofed, the two of them have no option but to go forward and solve the puzzle of each room they encounter if...
 

Book Review: Eerie by C.M. McCoy

When Hailey's older sister gets abducted and she too ends up in danger, Hailey gets sent off to Bear Towne University, a ParaScience school in The Middle of Nowhere, Alaska, the one place she might be safe because it turns out Asher, the creature from her dreams, is not only real but also the only one who can protect her. Unfortunately, he also sometimes wants to kill her---literally. But between...
 

Book Review: Chasing Sunrise (The Darkmore Saga Book 1) by Lex Chase

Sevon may hold the title of King, but he's merely a puppet, manipulated and abused by Dominic, who makes all the decisions and uses Sevon's position, and power to open the Veil, to control the kingdom of Darkmore. But when the shifter Jack is captured from the land of Priagust where they are planning to invade, Sevon forms a bond with him, finds that he might actually be able to trust someone for...
 

Book Review: Artificial (The Kepler Chronicles Book 1) by Jadah McCoy

Syl has spent her whole life living in sewers with a few fellow humans, scavenging for food, and fighting off the Cull, genetically spliced, half-human/half-bug creatures. But then Syl gets captured, gets her own DNA spliced, and escapes into New Elite, a city she never even knew existed where androids reign. Bastion has his own problems---he's a Glitch, an android with emotion, and will be...
 

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...
 

Book Review: Nightstruck by Jenna Black

When Becket unknowingly opens a door between worlds and lets dark magic loose upon Philadelphia, strange and terrifying things start happening every night as soon as the sun goes down---like inanimate objects changing, coming to life, and killing people. Then the night magic starts calling to certain people and luring them in, making them just as dangerous as the objects, if not more. As problems...