Book Review: The Last Sun (The Tarot Sequence Book 1) by K. D. Edwards

Rune lives in New Atlantis and is the sole survivor of the Sun Throne. He and his bodyguard/best friend, Brand, do mercenary-style jobs for Lord Tower. When they get tasked with finding a missing scion from another court, they end up discovering a monster of myth and a bigger problem than anyone first...
 

Cover Characteristics: Black, White, and Yellow Book Covers

Ahhhhh this post was so hard. It's been sitting in my drafts forever because I just could not find ten covers I loved that had only black, white, and yellow. I guess yellow on its own is a hard color to work with since there aren't a whole lot of usable shades, and it can be hard to see yellow against a white background. It's also very bright and could end up hurting people's eyes if not used...
 

Book Review: Pack by Mike Bockoven

Dave and his pack of werewolves live a comfortable life in their small town of Cherry, Nebraska---until one of their own murders a women and brings all sorts of trouble to their doorstep. Dave's son's first transformation, infidelity, family trouble, and the loss of a member are already causing tension among the pack, but they'll have to find a way to overcome these things if they want to keep...
 

Book Review: The Reign of the Departed (The High and Faraway Book 1) by Greg Keyes

Errol attempts to commit suicide but instead wakes in the body of a wooden automaton, created by his classmate, Aster. Her father is under a curse, and she needs his help, plus the help of some others, to travel into the magical realms of the Kingdoms and find the water of health. If they find it---and survive---they'll be able to cure both Aster's father and Errol's human...
 

Book Review: American Hippo by Sarah Gailey

In an alternate version of the Old West where people ride hippos instead of horses, Winslow Houndstooth and a team of outlaws have been hired by the government to remove the feral hippos from a certain waterway. Winslow has a plan for the hippos and for revenge against someone who wronged him, but he doesn't count on things going wrong... or falling for one of his fellow...
 

Book Review: Djinn City by Saad Z. Hossain

When Kaikobad, emissary to the djinn, gets put into a supernatural coma and his son, Indelbed, disappears (put into a murder pit with a djinn who may not be entirely sane), Rais becomes an emissary in order to find out what happened to his cousin Indelbed. But as Rais and his mother delve deeper into djinn politics, they discover a plot that could have serious consequences to humankind, and it's...
 

Book Review: Bloom (Monster Love Novellas Book 1) by Desdemona Wren

Holly is used to the portal that shows up in her family's barn every year, but she's surprised when a nymph suddenly steps through it one day. Holly tries to send Nia back, but Nia is curious about the human world and set on staying until spring, and the more time Holly and Nia spend together, the more their feelings for each other...
 

Book Review: The Midnight Gardener (The Town of Superstition Book 1) by R. G. Thomas

Fifteen-year-old Thaddeus has spent his whole life moving from city to city with his dad. Upon moving to the town of Superstition, he becomes enamored with the mysterious neighbor who gardens every night. When he finally meets Teofil, he discovers that Teofil is a gnome and that there's a lot more to this world than he ever...
 

[Audio]Book Review: Cadaver & Queen by Alisa Kwitney (+ a Mini Discussion about Souls)

Lizzie has enough to deal with, being the first female medical student at Ingold, but then she comes across Victor, a bio-mechanical who seems more human than reanimated corpse, unlike all the others. Victor's memory is still fuzzy, but he's pretty sure he was murdered and that something sinister is going on. Victor doesn't want Lizzie putting herself in danger, but Lizzie is determined to figure...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Mermaids/Mermen

When I was a kid, there were only two things I constantly pretended to be, and one of them was a mermaid. I used to spread my parents' blue comforter out on their floor and drag myself around on it, pretend it was the ocean. In our little pool, and even in my grandparents' hot tub, I'd pretend I was, well, essentially a mermaid veterinarian, helping all the injured sea creatures. I don't really...