Book Review: Sunkissed Feathers and Severed Ties by Kellie Doherty

Summary: Misti Eildelmann is a Vagari—a race whose innate crafting ability is connected to the creatures of the world. She’s also a Moon Knight. Misti is fighting a banished one when he slips a pendant around her neck that saps her strength. The pendant is dangerous. Deadly even. It harnesses crafting in a way not … Continue reading Book Review: Sunkissed Feathers and Severed Ties by Kellie Doherty

Book Review: Legacy of Ghosts by Alicia Wanstall-Burke

Summary: Four years have passed since Lidan’s world was ripped apart, and time is running out to change her father’s mind about the succession before the bargain with her mother expires. Torn between what she wants and what she knows is right, she is faced with an impossible choice; will her brother live, or will … Continue reading Book Review: Legacy of Ghosts by Alicia Wanstall-Burke

Book Review: Clock’s Watch II – Daughters of the Black Moon by Michael Reyes

Summary: Clock the Chaos Mage. A stranger out of time, hidden in the folds of shadow. He is the guardian of Coney Island's supernatural borderlands, and the only thing standing between our reality and the demons that thirst to destroy it. Book II Clock's wardenship has been compromised. Angered by his refusal to join them … Continue reading Book Review: Clock’s Watch II – Daughters of the Black Moon by Michael Reyes

Book Review: Under Ordshaw by Phil Williams #20BooksofSummer

Summary:     Welcome to Ordshaw. Don’t look down. Pax is one rent cheque away from the unforgiving streets of Ordshaw. After her stash is stolen, her hunt for the thief unearths a book of nightmares and a string of killers, and she stands to lose much more than her home. There’s something lurking under … Continue reading Book Review: Under Ordshaw by Phil Williams #20BooksofSummer

Book Review: A Magical Inheritance by Krista D. Ball

Summary:   Miss Elizabeth Knight received an unexpected legacy upon her uncle’s death: a collection of occult books. However, when one of the books begins talking to her, she discovers an entire world of female occultist history opened to her—a legacy the Royal Occult Society had purposely hidden from the world. However, the magic allowing … Continue reading Book Review: A Magical Inheritance by Krista D. Ball

This Week in Reading: Back to the Grind

Well, after a little bit of a break from 'scheduled' reading, it's time to get back to some review request books. I need to get back on schedule before I get behind again, hah. Last week I had a pretty good week in reading in some respects because I finished four books--two romance novels, a … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Back to the Grind

Book Review: The Exercise of Vital Powers by Ian Grigoire

Summary: Since its inception, The Order has been dedicated to the prevention of the misuse and abuse of magic. For seven decades this mandate has guaranteed peace and stability throughout The Nine Kingdoms. But a potential threat to the peace has emerged, and its source is much closer to home than the leadership of The … Continue reading Book Review: The Exercise of Vital Powers by Ian Grigoire

This Week in Reading: More Playing Catch-Up

Well, I had a pretty good week last week, but I did go off schedule again which put me behind in my 'official' reading. Hmm. :/  I finished up both Rabbit & Robot (so weird! but I loved it) and Small Favor. I also read The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee, … Continue reading This Week in Reading: More Playing Catch-Up

Book Review: The Demons Within by Ashe Armstrong

Summary: Grimluk is an orc with one purpose: hunting demons. An isolated farming town has a demon problem, and Grimluk is on hand to fix it. But this time, things aren’t that simple. While Grimluk hunts the demon, a rock crashes from the sky; a rock containing something alien to the world of Arkod. Something … Continue reading Book Review: The Demons Within by Ashe Armstrong

Book Review: Spinning Silk by T. Cook

Summary: A weaver’s genius ignites the jealousy of her peers, the possessiveness of her mill’s proprietress and the hopes of an unborn nation. Furi knows she was born to create, but the fabric of her life otherwise weaves mysteries. These things are more than they appear: Shin, the gardener, with his unlikely power over life … Continue reading Book Review: Spinning Silk by T. Cook