I am excited about the books I have to share with you today. I am equally excited about the ones I have picked out for next week. :)
Here they are:
Moons Kissed by Jennifer Snyder - 4 Stars ****
Life is different for those living in the Mirror Lake Trailer Park.
Mina Ryan has waited years for her werewolf gene to trigger. The clock is ticking, if she isn't Moon Kissed soon, she runs the risk of becoming an outsider to her pack.
Bigger issues arise when Mina learns one of her pack members has gone missing. Even worse, she might know something about their disappearance. There's only one person Mina can turn to for help. Too bad she has a hard time trusting herself when she's around him...
With the full moon looming closer, the mystery of a missing pack member growing, and her attraction to the Alpha's son blooming, it's all Mina can do to keep her head and heart in check.
Tiff in Time by Jaxon Reed - 4 Stars ****
In the beginning, God created people, angels, and fae. Creatures existing between the spiritual realm and the physical, fae scattered among parallel worlds spreading magic and chaos.
The Walker hunts fae, killing them, bringing them to justice. On occasion, he recruits followers. He found Tiff, an orphan, and raised her to be one of his best hunters. A skilled killer, she jumps into any timeline on any alternate, and seeks her prey.
A powerful artifact and a mysterious fae crop up in the Roaring Twenties, in Chicago. Tiff is on her way. But this time, after centuries of being hunted, the fae have other plans. . .
Lock & Key by Clara Coulson - 4 Stars ****
In a world forever changed by The Unveiling, where so-called "supernaturals" revealed their existence to humanity...
Katherine "Kat" King is on the run.
Two years ago, she woke up in a cell, held captive by a mysterious organization known as Advent 9. Subjected to harsh experiments involving magic, mayhem, and genetic engineering, Kat struggled to hold on to her sanity.
But now, she's escaped Advent 9's grasp—and she intends to keep it that way. Using the only three things that Advent 9 couldn't take from her: an alias, amnesia, and an attitude that could make a grown man cry.
Liam Crown had it all once up a time.
A washed-up star detective with a penchant for "magic tricks," Liam's life fell to pieces when an accident cost him his family—and his sobriety. Now he scrapes by with a PI license and his late father's used bookshop and spends most of his free time with a bottle in his hand.
But when a chance encounter with a strange woman makes him the target of a violent underground organization, Liam finds himself being dragged out of his stagnant life and back into the danger zone he thought he'd left forever.
And as the stakes begin to mount, Liam realizes that his old self is slowly coming back to life in the face of battle.
Now all he has to do is survive the war.
Hereditary Magic by Emma L Adams - 3 Stars ***
In a world of magic, being non-magical can get you killed.
Ilsa Lynn has made it her life's goal to avoid the curse that binds her family to serve the Summer Court of Faerie. With her magically talented twin sister given the role of Gatekeeper, Ilsa is content to hide under the radar among the regular humans.
At least until a mysterious spellbook falls into her possession, granting Ilsa with a sudden and inconvenient affinity with the dead, and dangerous magic that paints a neon target on her head. With her family's questionable past quite literally refusing to stay buried, the last thing Ilsa needs is an untrustworthy self-proclaimed faerie bodyguard, even if he does come with a deadly skillset of his own.
Dealing with zombies and fae assassins would be difficult enough on its own, but now someone's out to frame her for murder, too. While dodging enemies at every corner, Ilsa must get a handle on her new powers before the armies of Faerie invade Earth. She might just be in over her head...
Forgotten Gods by S T Branton - 3 Stars ***
The gods are real...and they’re assholes.
Thousands of years ago, ancient deities fought a civil war that nearly destroyed the earth. They were defeated by a great warrior—and banished to spend eternity beyond the reach of the humans who once served them.
Their war is raging once again.
And once again, it will require a great hero to save humanity.
Unfortunately for humanity, I’m that hero.
My name is Vic Stratton. I’m no saint, but I’m the best chance we’ve got at surviving the chaos about to be unleashed. But hey, at least I have my good looks, a quick tongue, and the sword of the gods on my side.
And I’m going to need it. Because when the gods return, all hell will break loose.
Dead: Suffer the Children by T W Brown - 3 Stars ***
Evan has returned. After fighting his way back, he discovers that his former encampment has been overrun in a brutal attack. Unsure of what to do, he is eventually forced into action by an approaching herd of the undead numbering in the thousands. It is then that he suffers more stings of betrayal and once again encounters Don Evans.
Running for his life again, Evan decides to make a run for a place he feels is suitable and safe. Along the way, he encounters more of the dregs of humanity, a woman who seems like she was pulled from an action-hero adventure, as well as survivors just looking for hope.
Through it all, he continues to encounter the "zombie children" that act very different from the adult variety. Do they still possess some sense of their humanity? Or are they simply just more dangerous?
There ya have it. I hope you are reading something wonderful.
As always, thank you for stopping by,