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Book Review: Steal the Moon (Thieves Book 3) by Lexi Blake (Repost)

With Halfer still out for revenge and a massive werewolf gathering coming up that Zoey and crew will be attending, Zoey decides to pull a heist to get the Strong Arm of Remus, a magical artifact Halfer has his sights on that is said to control werewolves. Between escaping her bodyguards/babysitters, looking for Neil, fighting off vengeful enemies, and figuring out the dynamics of her new...
 

Book Review: Shield of the Dragon (Dance with the Devil Book 6) by Megan Derr

Amr said he wanted a relationship with Ken, but, since taking down the syndicates, Amr has been busy, and the relationship seems to have fallen apart already. Meanwhile, the Cambry syndicate is helping Clan Pellinore to try and steal the Holy Pendragon, and Cambry's hit man, Diamond, finds his loyalties changing as he learns more about the supernatural world and ends up with a dragon of his...
 

Book Review: Shatter Me (Shatter Me Book 1) by Tahereh Mafi

When Juliette touches people, it hurts and sometimes kills them, and she has no control over it. At 14, she was taken from her parents and eventually ended up being left to die in an asylum, watching through her one window as the world outside continued to collapse. But then a boy is put into her cell with her, she finds out things she never knew, and she's given a chance to live a better life......
 

Book Review: The Tale of the Body Thief (The Vampire Chronicles Book 4) by Anne Rice

When Lestat, a centuries old vampire, gets an offer to temporarily exchange bodies with a human, he can't pass it up, regardless of his friends' warnings. But when the experience isn't quite what he thought it would be, he may need the help of those very same friends whose advice he refused to listen...
 

Book Review: The Devil’s Revolver (The Devil’s Revolver Book 1) by V.S. McGrath

When Hettie's sister is taken, Hettie is determined to get her back, but she soon finds out there are a lot of secrets surrounding her family that she never knew about, including a powerful cursed revolver that ends up in her possession. Hettie doesn't know who she can trust, but she soon finds herself with a posse of sorts and will do whatever it takes to get to her...
 

Book Review: Apocalypse Alley (Blue Unicorn Book 2) by Don Allmon

When Comet, a soldier, gets home from an assignment out of the country, he discovers that his friend JT's home has been attacked, and JT is missing. He finds Buzz among the wreckage, takes him prisoner, and the two end up traveling across the country to find their mutual friend. Being hunted down by assassins on their way is no surprise, but developing feelings for one another...
 

Book Review: Prince’s Gambit (Captive Prince Trilogy Book 2) by C. S. Pacat

Laurent is heading out to the border, but Damen has convinced Laurent to let him go with him because Damen knows the only way to protect his own people is to help Laurent beat the Regent. Damen is close to having his freedom back, but he also finds himself drawn to Laurent as he spends more time with him. But neither his freedom nor his feelings will matter if they can't outwit, out-manuever, and...
 

Book Review: The Gold-Son by Carrie Anne Noble

When he was born, Tommin was cursed to become a leprechaun, and now he feels a constant compulsion to steal gold and silver. When his thieving gets him in trouble, he makes a deal with a stranger named Lorcan, not realizing until it's too late that he's been taken to an underground city, along with Eve, to become a full-blow leprechaun. But Tommin and Eve don't want to lose their humanity or be...
 

Book Review: Thorns and Fangs (Thorns and Fangs Book 1) by Gillian St. Kevern

When Nate gets hired for his escort services by a family of vampires, he meets Ben, a vampire who isn't like the others and always keeps himself in control so that he won't become a monster. But getting closer to Ben puts Nate in the cross-hairs of a villainous necromancer, one who's been murdering people in the city and who just might choose Nate as his next...
 

Book Review: Doom Sayer (City of Crows Book 4) by Clara Coulson

When people start rapidly falling ill, Cal and the DSI agents fear some sort of contagion---until a wizard contracts it, causing him to attack a bunch of people in a rage before dropping dead, and Cal can see with his magic-sensing ability that it's actually a curse. When the body count of magic practitioners, including minor practitioners, starts rising, it's up to the DSI to figure out who...