Recent Reviews

EPIC FANTASY:  Princess Endelynn, the only heir of Dadria, is abducted and held for ransom on the way to her own wedding. Now she finds herself living with a tribe of people long thought to be extinct. A war 300 years ago has divided the land, a rift that has still not healed.

The most amazing part about “Ink it Over” is actually its concept, which is original – not very common nowadays – and unique. Adeline, the protagonist, is a tattoo artist by day and a witch at night, using magical links and her tattoo skills to imbue spells of protection onto her clients.

Beyond the Dark
S.H.
Pratt

In “Beyond the Dark”, Malaki James has spent most of his adult life running from the demons of his past. He’s tried to make a life for himself, but his attempts keep on backfiring. When he moves to Washington State, he meets Emsley Dalton, a young woman who also knows loss and has struggled to overcome it. She’s a light in the darkness for Malaki.

Forbidden
Erin
Crocker

ALLEGORY/DARK FICTION:  There is a “sickness” plaguing Paradise Grove that affects the Colstock family. When Bridgette Dawning learns a secret about the Reverend Colstock, she is killed for her knowledge. Years later when Mackenzie “Mac” Howell, a girl from the trailer park, sees Bridgette’s picture in the newspaper and learns of her death, she can’t help but feel for her.

PARANORMAL:  Kailey thinks nothing great is in store for her; she knows that she can’t be picked as a Guardian—a protector of all beings. Still, Kailey trains and has plans; if she can’t be a Guardian, she will work in the school training others to become future Guardians.

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