Recent Reviews

Aegean Intrigue
Patricia
Kiyono

 Francie Vasileiou wants to follow in her famous father's footsteps by becoming an archaeologist. She feels connected to life when she digs up the past.  When she is asked to take part in a dig on the Greek Island of Paros, Francie can’t pass it up. Strange things seem to happen on this dig, with items disappearing, and people who seem to be inexperienced.

Embrace
Stacey
Rourke

Celeste Garret’s life has not improved at all since she became the Conduit. If anything, it’s ten times more problematic! Superpowers are not so cool when they come with overwhelming weirdness, danger to all around you and the possibility that every boy that likes you might be a murder-bent demon who’s part of the Dark Army.  Readers can see for themselves from these examples:

P-Town Queen
Ute
Carbone

Nikki Silva is an interesting mix – gorgeous to look at, descended from a long line of Portuguese fishermen, and with a degree in oceanography.  She wants to study sharks, but has no grant money or project. Now she's living with her widowed father in Provincetown.

All We See or Seem
Leah
Sanders

Aaron Jennings is in a horrible military accident.  Amazingly, he wakes up in the hospital,  completely recovered, with few reminders of his recent brush with death.  In fact, he feels incredibly healthy.  What's going on?  He shaves, using his right hand – isn't he left handed?  Something isn't right.  Then the dreams come, a girl calling for Gryff,  and Aaron calling for Gem – none of it make

Lehua
Gene J.
Parola

Lehua is a Hawaiian noblewoman, coming of age when the ancient rules and customs involving royalty, nobles, and commoners are changing.  Hawaii is in turmoil and her ancestry gives her the obligation to be the voice for her people.  Lehua does not disappoint as she voices her opinions about the new edicts.  Her parents, however, worry that she is too outspoken, and send her away to a famous hul

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