Category Archive: Urban Fantasy

Cover Reveal: West by Stacey Marie Brown

Pre-order on Amazon Pre-order on iBooks Pre-order on Smashwords Add it on Goodreads Sexy, alluring, ruthless, and oh so complicated. West is the known as “charming” dark dweller with a slow southern accent… Continue reading

Cover Reveal: Archangel’s Heart (Guild Hunter #9) by Nalini Singh

Archangel’s Heart Guild Hunter  #9 By Nalini Singh Release: November 1, 2016 Pre-order HERE: http://bit.ly/28P4Qel Add it to your TBR: http://bit.ly/GoodreadsArchangelsHeart Blurb One of the most vicious archangels in the world has disappeared.… Continue reading

Cover Reveal: From Burning Ashes (Collectors #4) by Stacey Marie Brown

Coming Summer 2016 Add it on Goodreads This war is not being played on a battlefield. Killed by the man she loves, not even death is kind to Zoey. Neither life nor her… Continue reading

ARC Review: Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews

First off, thanks a lot to Alexis Nixon and Ace Publishing for allowing me to read this book. Now this is what I felt like when I got a mail telling me ‘Why… Continue reading

Book Review: Seized (The Pipe Woman Chronicles #1) by Lynne Cantwell

 It’s been two years since I read this book, but it’s still fresh on my mind. A well fleshed out, interestingly written book that will intrigue you and suck you in. Seized by… Continue reading

ARC Review: City in Embers (Collectors #1) by Stacey Marie Brown

 I got a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.  One thing I’ve learned about Stacey Marie Brown? She never disappoints. I loved her Darkness series and now… Continue reading

Book Review: Dwellers of Darkness (Darkness #3) by Stacey Marie Brown

Dwellers of Darkness picks up right where Fire in the Darkness ended. It’s been three years in Earth years, since Ember has been in the Otherworld. Seattle is now back on its way to become what it… Continue reading

Book Review: Darkness of Light (Darkness #1) by Stacey Marie Brown

 Ember Brycin was the school weirdo thanks to her natural jet black hair with red streaks and her eyes: one was “bright yellow greenish illuminated like a cat’s eye” and the other “pale… Continue reading

Book Review: Burn For Me by Ilona Andrews

The best-selling writer duo Ilona Andrews have done it again. They have once again managed to create a magically real world, with equally real and flawed characters and knock you off your butts.… Continue reading