Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

Liberty has always wondered about her life and how it would have been if her mother had not disappeared. Growing up without a mother or father was something that always bothered her, but made her a very strong person.

A Cat's Chance in Hell
Sharon
Hannaford

In a world of uncontrollable demons, bloodthirsty vampires and all kinds of dangerous supernaturals, everyone who is anyone knows the one to truly fear is Gabi; aka Hellcat, aka Angeli Morte, or at least her gigantic, bad-tempered cat, Razor. In possession of supernatural senses and terrific martial art skills she fights all the big bad creatures out there with her partners and friends.

Eternally Yours
Gina
Ardito

“Jodie Devlin sucked at life. So she refused to screw up her death.”
Unfortunately for Jodie, she did. Not the act itself, but the timing, she shouldn’t have died so early as a result of suicide. So, after a tragic life, as proof there is no justice in the afterlife either, she is saddled with a job of being Death’s bounty hunter with Luc, the surliest of dead men.

Blood From a Stone
Cynthia
Lucas

In the year 1511, Samson Bellmaine uses his lying, cheating, womanizing ways to break his childhood friend's heart, and destroy her trust. Her pagan, priestess mother curses Samson, and he soon finds himself a stone gargoyle devoid of any emotion, just like his own, once human, heart.

Charlotte Covington has lost her father within the last year to illness. Due to the loss of the family estate, Charlotte and her mother must travel from England to America to live with her uncle. As she boards the Titanic with her mother she is gripped by fear, as her mother takes ill within a short time of arriving aboard.

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