Book Review: Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo [Audiobook]

Book Review: Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo [Audiobook]

🌟One of my faves!🌟 Andrew and Eddie grew up together, but then Eddie left to start his graduate program early, and now he's dead and haunting Andrew. When Andrew arrives in Nashville, he realizes there was a lot Eddie didn't tell him and sets out to solve the mystery of his friend's death while navigating grief, sexuality, a dangerous ghost, and Eddie's mysterious new...
 
Book Review: Firelands (The Savage Land Book 2) by Michael Jensen [Audiobook]

Book Review: Firelands (The Savage Land Book 2) by Michael Jensen [Audiobook]

It's 1799 and Cole is traveling through the Ohio Frontier when he's attacked by a strange creature, but he escapes and is rescued by Pakim, a Native American man he finds himself strangely attracted to, and helped by some men in the town he was headed to. The creature is still out there though, and as people start dying, Cole and his new friends find themselves in a fight for their...
 
Short Story Review: Wolf Hall by Harper Fox [Audiobook]

Short Story Review: Wolf Hall by Harper Fox [Audiobook]

🌟One of my faves!🌟 Blackmailed and attacked by his ex who wants his help robbing a store, David flees into the woods where he runs into a strange but beautiful and kind young man who takes him to his home. But the man thinks himself to be a werewolf, and David is intent on staying the night, whether to prove him wrong or to find out the...
 
Book Review: Burning Blood (Bonds of Blood Book 2) by Daniel de Lorne

Book Review: Burning Blood (Bonds of Blood Book 2) by Daniel de Lorne

Aurelia reveals that she's a witch in order to help her brothers flee after they're turned into vampires, but doing so sets off a chain of events that leaves her duty-bound to become immortal and help her mother protect the world from a demon who would wreak havoc. But she's not alone; her eternity will be spent with the oracle Hame... who doesn't love her back the way she wants him to. Then...
 
Book Review: Beckoning Blood (Bonds of Blood Book 1) by Daniel de Lorne

Book Review: Beckoning Blood (Bonds of Blood Book 1) by Daniel de Lorne

🌟One of my faves!🌟 Thierry spends his days working in a filthy abattoir and dealing with an abusive father and an obsessive twin brother he can't escape from even in his own mind due to their empathic connection. The one good thing he has is his secret relationship with Etienne. But Olivier, wants Thierry all to himself, condemns them both to immortality as vampires when given the opportunity, and will continue to...
 
Book Review: Detox in Letters (Crowns & Ash Book 2) by Cheryl Low

Book Review: Detox in Letters (Crowns & Ash Book 2) by Cheryl Low

🌟One of my faves!🌟 Life in the Realm has continued on as mostly normal for Vaun, even though he no longer lives in the drug-induced ignorance he once did. But now rebellion is brewing, and Vaun fears for the safety of the rebellion leader, his defiant sister, and all the subjects in the Realm. When the Queen makes a demand of him, he'll have to decide how much is worth sacrificing for the right...
 
Book Review: Kings Rising (Captive Prince Trilogy Book 3) by C. S. Pacat

Book Review: Kings Rising (Captive Prince Trilogy Book 3) by C. S. Pacat

🌟One of my faves!🌟 Damen has some of his Akielon soldiers backing him as their king now that they've found him alive, but his identity has been discovered by the Veretians as well, and Damen will have to face Laurent, the prince who has sworn to kill him but who Damen was come to feel something for during their time together. The Regent is readying for war though and attempting to take over Akielos as well as Vere,...
 
Book Review: Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones

Book Review: Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones

🌟One of my faves!🌟 A young boy has grown up listening to his grandfather's tall tales about werewolves only to discover one fateful day that they were all true. From then on, it's a life on the run with his aunt and uncle, trying to stay one step ahead of being caught, moving from place to place, waiting for his own time to shift, and trying to find his place in the family and the...
 
Book Review: Prince’s Gambit (Captive Prince Trilogy Book 2) by C. S. Pacat

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

🌟One of my faves!🌟 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...