Book Review: Wrath of the Gods (The Titan’s Saga Book 2) by Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve

Maisey Parker and Cronus come to a truce after a temporary separation. Cronus needs Maisey if he is going to save the world. They will have to go through unimaginable trials, fight against the old prejudices, and figure out where they stand with each other.

Book Review: Releasing the Gods (The Titan’s Saga Book 1) by Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve

When titans awaken, the earth will tremble. Throw in the gods of the pantheon and Pandora’s box, and you have whirlwind adventure. Embark on a journey of a lifetime.

Book Review: Chosen by the Vampire Kings by Charlene Hartnady

Tanya is going to have to come to terms with her new life. Forced to choose between the love of two men, and placed in the middle of a war between the covens, will Tanya be able to survive….

Book Review: Braving The Elements by K. F. Breene

Sasha must learn to control her magic and wield the elements if she is going to ever regain her freedom. The ever constant pull toward Stefan and the threat of an attack loom over her creating a mess she never through she’d find herself in.

Book Review: Neutral by Jaymin Eve and Jane Washington

Emma is brought back to life by Willa, but her life will never be the same. After waking up in Neutral’s cave, Emmy realizes she is no longer a dweller. The tension between Neutral and Emmy builds as they pick and poke at each other.

Book Review: Fallen Academy (Year One) by Leia Stone

Brielle would soon come to realize that fate has a sick sense of humor. Growing up in demon city, she knew how to handle herself and what to expect of demons. Living the good life in Angel City was just a dream, or it was.

Book Review: Signs of Cupidity by Raven Kennedy

Cupids are noncorporeal, living in a dimension called the veil. Their job is simple, spread love to everyone. But no one explained that you couldn’t receive love in return (or join in on the fun).

Book Review: Claimed by Gods (The Dark Valkyrie Book 1) by Eva Chase

Aria Watson learned to survive at a very young age. Her mother was drawn to bad men, the sort that would force you to lock your doors at night so that you could sleep alone. Aria’s brother, Petey, is the center of her life. Although separated due to her circumstance, Aria tries to provide for him as best as she can. It wasn’t until her life suddenly ended that things began to change

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