Genre: Urban Fantasy

The Serpent by Sarah Fine (#CoverReveal)
In Promo
April 3, 2018

The Serpent by Sarah Fine (#CoverReveal)

Good morning, Knights! How has your Tuesday been so far? Good? (I hope so!) I’m bringing a new cover to you for Sarah Fine’s upcoming novel, The Serpent! You might know her other works such as the Impostor Queen series among others. Now 47North is bringing you her new adult urban fantasy/paranormal romance! Y’all, I used to binge-read this genre SO […]

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Review – Runebinder by Alex R. Kahler
In Book Review
January 11, 2018

Review – Runebinder by Alex R. Kahler

I almost DNFed Runebinder. I wanted to love it because it’s diverse. It’s YA. It’s fantasy. I mean, you can’t lose, right? Heh. About that. . . So this book’s major problem right off the bat for me was the fact that I had no idea what was going on. For starters, I thought this was a fantasy (as in, a […]

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Cover Reveal – Society of Wishes by Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh
In Promo
December 14, 2017

Cover Reveal – Society of Wishes by Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh

Y’all. Y’ALL. Elise Kova has a new book coming out. I AM FREAKING OUT. If you didn’t know, I’m a huge fan of her previous works (Air Awakens series, Golden Guard series, Loom Saga) so obviously this new title is high on my TBR. And I get to help spread the word about the cover reveal! Society of Wishes is co-authored by Elise […]

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Review – Year One by Nora Roberts
In Book Review
November 12, 2017

Review – Year One by Nora Roberts

I started out absolutely in love with this book. My expectation was that this would be some combination of a dystopian and an urban fantasy. Which I got, but almost in a chunked form. The beginning starts off much like the calm before the storm. You watch the world through a number of character eyes as the scenes transition around […]

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Review – The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones
In Book Review
July 26, 2017

Review – The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

This book was a test of patience. How long can the reader wait for something to happen? The weird thing is that stuff did happen but it felt like it didn’t. Wrapping up with an anticlimactic ending, this book just bored me. The Hearts We Sold had an interesting premise. Demons are out in the world and they’ll grant you one wish […]

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