Reviews - Young Adult / New Adult

Dark One’s Bride
Aldrea
Alien

GOTHIC FANTASY:  Five months ago, Clarabella Weaver saved the life of the infamous Dark Lord. When he proposed marriage to her, she accepted. Now, their wedding is less than a week away, and Clara must travel beyond the border of her village to the world of nobility and riches, Lucias’ world. But marriage will certainly not solve Clara’s problems, only bring her more of them.

Filler Friend
Sara Jo
Cluff

High school student Elinora creates a friend-for-hire "filler" friend operation as a means for extra income, to avoid real friendships, and to assure her parents she has lots of friends. The irony is she doesn’t have any. While her filler friend gig is lucrative, there is no one she can call a friend when she needs one.

INSPIRATIONAL/EPIC FANTASY:  Jason stumbles into a tavern to avoid a storm and his business. When the tavern master spins a tale of the fabled King of the Realms, Jason is certain it’s all a myth, but the story rings of truth and something about this tale of Anargen, a teen Knight of the Order of Light, catches his attention.

Castle of Blue Stones
Jordan
Elizabeth

A volcano took out most of the population of the world, coloring it in blue and filling the air with ash causing memory loss — or so the leaders tell everyone.  Jaisy wanders the castle and the snowy grounds, plagued with visions of those who do not exist in her real life and a panther that seems more real than fantasy.  She spends her free time writing stories, filling pages with her dreams an

Sarah Raines is a senior in high school and her life turns upside down when she is forced to go on a science field trip as part of detention. After stumbling across a crime scene in the woods, the group of five students and their teacher are taken hostage by the criminals. While locked in the dark storage room Sarah begins to understand that no one is who she thought they were.

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