30 April 2019

Stranger Rituals by Kail Rose Schmidt

Publication date: July 9th 2019 Genres: Fantasy, New Adult

Seize by Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor


(A Magnus Blackwell Novel, #3) Published by: Vesuvian Books
Publication date: March 26th 2019 Genres: Adult, Supernatural

 
Lexie Arden has a loving husband, a thriving business, and consults with the New Orleans Police Dept on murder cases. Kalfu has given her everything she desires, but challengers to her authority are closing in.
Her dark secret remains hidden from everyone except Magnus. He sees the evil growing stronger, changing her, and hurting her marriage. If Lexie doesn’t rid herself of Kalfu’s influence soon, the consequences will be irreversible.
When she unexpectedly inherits a cottage in the swamp, she uncovers a library of rare books on voodoo. Their spells can reverse the dark lord’s hold and set right the balance between darkness and light. But such magic requires a great sacrifice; one Lexie isn’t willing to make.
With the shadow spirits and raging voodoo gods vying for her attention, Lexie is on the verge of losing everything—her husband, her power, Magnus, and possibly, her life.
The battle for control of the mambo’s soul is about to begin.

29 April 2019

Favorite Fairytale Retellings


Fairytale retellings. 

I adore them. I don't mind if it's a direct retelling or if it's a fairytale inspired book. 
It could be YA or NA. Fantasy or Urban Fantasy leaning. 
I've put together a few of my favorites. Some of these are not necessarily fairytale based, but myths and folklore as well as a new take on some of the classics. 

Enjoy!

28 April 2019

Review: Ferocious by Jeff Strand

Zombie bear with ribcage showing

Rusty Moss has raised his niece Mia since she was a baby. Now that she's almost eighteen, he's worried that the life he's given her—living off the grid in a cabin deep in the woods—is holding her back from her full potential. But that angst gets pushed aside when the undead forest animals arrive.

At first, it's just a squirrel—shockingly violent and almost impossible to kill. Followed by a grizzly bear, also aggressive and resilient, even when point-blank shotgun blasts to the face are involved. 

Now the cabin is surrounded by all manner of zombie creatures. They have no way to call for help. The truck that could take them to safety is three miles away, stuck in the mud. 

But Rusty and Mia have their courage. They have their wits. And, most importantly, they have an axe and a fully fueled chainsaw...

27 April 2019

Review: The Tunnelers by Geoff Gander


When a traumatized mining foreman is placed under the psychiatric care of Dr. Vincent Armstrong, the doctor thinks he has started just another shift. But as the victim begins to remember what drove him temporarily insane, Armstrong’s interest becomes personal, and he makes a series of discoveries that threaten to tear apart his carefully constructed scientific view of the world, and show in horrifying clarity that his patient is anything but delusional. 

As Armstrong’s world falls apart, his recovering patient learns that he has not escaped the horrors he encountered underground, and that no place on earth is truly safe from the “Tunnelers.”