Cover Reveal: The White Door by Heather Kindt

Hey There! I'm thrilled to be part of Heather Kindt's cover reveal for The White Door, the third book in The Eternal Artifacts series. This is a great series for readers who enjoy fast-paced young adult fantasy with a sassy protagonist and excellent world-building.  I thoroughly enjoyed The Green Door and The Red Door, the … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The White Door by Heather Kindt

ARC Review: Hex, Love and Rock & Roll – Blog Tour

Hey there! I'm excited to be a part of the Hex, Love and Rock & Roll Blog Tour today! A sexy contemporary paranormal romance, this is the first book in Kat Turner's Coven Daughters series. Title: Hex, Love and Rock &Roll Author: Kat Turner Publisher: City Owl Press Publication Date: September 15, 2020 Language: English … Continue reading ARC Review: Hex, Love and Rock & Roll – Blog Tour

Sting of Thorns: An Exclusive Bonus Scene from Kristen Brand!!

I am beyond thrilled to bring you an EXCLUSIVE bonus scene from Sting of Thorns, the second story in Kristen Brand's Dark and Otherworldly series. By now, you've probably heard me rave about the series, so you can imagine my absolute delight when Kristen Brand provided this amazing treat!! About the Books Poison and Honey: … Continue reading Sting of Thorns: An Exclusive Bonus Scene from Kristen Brand!!

Review: The Wolf of the Prophecy by Victoria Jayne

Title: The Wolf of the Prophecy Author: Victoria Jayne Series: The Prophecy Trilogy (Book 2) Page Length: 193 Publication Date: July 2, 2020 Synopsis: Every mistake has its ramifications. Divina’s rejection leaves Aric’s wolf battling insanity. With their bond new and incomplete, Aric seeks the help of his pack to find her and convince her … Continue reading Review: The Wolf of the Prophecy by Victoria Jayne

Review: The Fae and the Fallen by Brittni Chenelle

Title: The Fae and the Fallen Author: Brittni Chenelle Series: Gifted Fae Academy (Year One) Page Length: 275 Publication Date: April 2020 Synopsis: My first kiss nearly killed me—literally. When 80% of the population is gifted with touch magic, it’s best to keep your hands—and your lips—to yourself. Especially if you’re an ungifted serf like … Continue reading Review: The Fae and the Fallen by Brittni Chenelle