Think I have enough icons ↑ up there? 🙂 Holy shots of espresso! I almost forgot to formally review this killer of a next to last book in Darynda Jones’ Charley Davidson series!! And I’ve read this book twice now so I could write a proper review… crazy! So, book twelve… […]
Genre: Urban Fantasy
The Weird Girls series has been a huge favorite of mine ever since I start reading it waaaaaay back in December 2012. Almost five years later we’re now into Taran’s story, her second book, and the overall eighth book in the entire series. Celia and Aric’s story is still being […]
I really couldn’t control my all-out sprint from the ending of White Hot, headfirst into starting the last book in the Hidden Legacy trilogy, Wildfire. The writing team of Ilona Andrews impressed me (yet again) with a satisfying new story that also continues the story arc that has been ongoing […]
In the realm of book series, we readers have very little patience. We kick, scream, and throw epic tantrums when the next book in a beloved series doesn’t come out quick enough for us. It’s as if we expect authors to bend to our wills. Utter rubbish!!! We get what […]
Don’t shoot me but I haven’t read the final book in The Hollows series. I blame it on two things. The first is I have an irrational fear of reading last books in a series for fear of being disappointed with the very last hurrah. Second, I got a wee […]
It’s The Others time! Back to Lakeside Courtyard and all the wonderful inhabitants that call it home. This is a series that every person who calls themselves a fan of urban fantasy should be reading. Anne Bishop has built up such an amazing world with smart and unique cultural […]
I have been wanting to read a book by Amanda Hocking ever since she hit the “scene” with her huge hit Switched, about trolls. Of course I own it, along with Hollowland and I’m pretty sure My Blood Approves… all just sitting in my Amazon account. Story of my TBR… […]
If I was asked after BEA 2016 to pick the one book I received that I was most intrigued about and excited to read, I would have answered Sarah Porter’s Vassa in the Night. Not only was this book handed out to readers wrapped up like a present, it […]
I think I’m batting about 50% this month on books I’m reading. I’ve had a few lately that I’ve wanted to DNF but I managed to stick it out and finish them. Unfortunately, this particular book was one that actually made me more mad by the end.
Young adult urban fantasy is hard to find. GOOD young adult urban fantasy is even harder find. Forget about finding GOOD, DARK, INVENTIVE, and SMART urban fantasy in the young adult section… until Schwab’s This Savage Song.