Book Review: Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton

Every seven years, the people of Strange Grace send a willing sacrifice into the forest in exchange for health, crops, and a comfortable life, but it's only been three years, and the Slaughter Moon has risen. Rhun has always known he'd be next, but Arthur wants to be the one to go, and Mairwen is inexplicably drawn to the forest, and each will have their part to play in uncovering the secrets...
 

Blog Tour + Book Review: Keeper of the Bees (+Black Bird of the Gallows) by Meg Kassel

Harbingers of death, creatures with bees in their chest---this series sounded way too unique for me to pass up, what with my love of unusual paranormal creatures. I couldn't resist joining the blog tour, courtesy of YA Bound Book Tours and Entangled Teen. I enjoyed both these books, and hopefully you all will too, so keep reading for more information, my reviews, and a giveaway, and be sure to...
 

Book Review: The Fires of Tartarus (The French Vampire Legend Book 3) by Emma V. Leech

Jehenne thinks her trip into the depths of Tartarus is the most difficult thing she'll have to endure in the near future but soon discovers how wrong she is. Corvus is not the same man he used to be, an entire family of vampires is looking to her to lead them, there's an angry god out set on dragging her back into the Underworld to be his lover, the Vampire Senate has become suspicious and is...
 

Book Review: Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz

When Rudy's family moves to a strange island in order to heal his brother's cystic fibrosis with magical fish, he befriends a fishboy named Teeth who's even lonelier than he is. But the closer he gets to Teeth, and the more truth he finds out, the more complicated his life...
 

Book Review: The Root (Wrath & Athenaeum Book 1) by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun

When Erik's berserker powers awaken, he discovers a whole supernatural side to the world that he never knew existed and, under the training of Matthias, joins other "Blooded" in their fight against monstrous beings from another realm whose attacks and kidnappings are getting more frequent. Meanwhile in another realm, Lil works hard to figure out how to stop the living darkness that's spreading in...
 

Mini Reviews: Fantasy – Rebel of the Sands, Bloody Acquisitions, Elemental Thief

In Rebel of the Sands, a girl flees her hometown with a mysterious stranger through lands filled with magic and danger. In Bloody Acquisitions, everyone's favorite vampire accountant deals with hunters, pocket dimensions, and rival vampire clans. In Elemental Thief, a thief with magic works with an enemy to get back an artifact she stole before it ends up in the wrong hands. Enjoy my mini reviews...
 

Book Review: The Raging Ones (The Raging Ones Book 1) by Krista & Becca Ritchie

Franny, Court, and Mykal live in a world where everyone knows their deathday, with no exceptions... or so they think, until they all outlive theirs. Court and Mykal have already been together for two years, their emotions and senses linked, and when Franny dodges her deathday, she becomes linked too. All three decide to work together to get chosen to go on a mission in space in order to escape...
 

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...
 

Book Review: This Monstrous Thing by Mackenzi Lee

When Alasdair's older brother, Oliver, dies, he resurrects him, only to realize Oliver isn't quite the same person he was in his first life. For two years he keeps Oliver hidden away, riddled with grief and guilt, but when his family gets caught for being mechanics who illegally help people with mechanical parts and Alasdair gets offered refuge and everything he's always wanted from an old family...