From New York Times bestselling author Cora Carmack, comes the highly anticipated fourth standalone title in her Rusk University Series, ALL CLOSED OFF! A passionate story and journey, get ready to be mesmerized with Stella’s story! ALL CLOSED OFF is coming your way May 1, 2017! Continue reading “Special Announcement & Cover Reveal by Cora Carmack”
I think the only other fantasy story Tiffany Reisz wrote previously is a novella involving Kingsley, but I’m not sure… regardless, The Night Mark is a superbly written novella with some history, altered reality, and time travel. And an epic love story. Natch!
Do you remember in The Bourbon Thief there was this island where they used the special trees to make the whiskey barrels? This island plays a part in The Night Mark. It’s quite adorable, to be honest, and gave me warm fuzzies. The island’s existence (and his owner) is the only connection, though. Continue reading “The Night Mark by Tiffany Reisz”
In my wildest dreams I didn’t dare to hope there’d be a Malachi book. BUT THERE IS!!!
Granted, it’s a novella, but so so so good, and not too long/too short.
**Thanks, Christina, for this copy in exchange for my honest review. Here it goes…
Malachi and Sawyer got close when the whole thing with Jake went down. Mal comforted him when his time at the Asylum got intense, when things got too much and Sawyer needed a friendly, somewhat brotherly/fatherly distraction. This was a while ago, though. Continue reading “The Faintest Spark by Christina Lee”
I really like this series. It’s one of the very few YA I’m still keeping up with and it really is a good fantasy story. There’s something about late stages of adolescent that are mixed with learning to harness and control your powers as a shapeshifter/werewolf that makes it, not boring to read.
It took me a second to remember Meredith was the one that was cursed by Luciana and couldn’t shift to a wolf, and Donovan of course is one of the Seven. And this book is theirs.
Apparently being one of the Seven and also an alpha of one of the largest packs, the Irish pack, is a handful. And finding one’s true mate to top it all, is just the icing on a delicious, yet busy, cake. Which is why, after years of being left to their own device, Donovan’s pack is unraveling. The pack bonds are going from bad to worse, and knowingly ignoring the situation, Donovan has made things worse. Continue reading “Shattered Pack by Aileen Erin”