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The Curse Of Judas by Cynthia Brandel
The Curse of Judas is a post-apocalyptic adventure interlaced with biblical prophecy and religious innuendo centered
around the sons of Judas Iscariot.
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: Into The Darkness by K. F. Breene
A war rages in the shadows. Sasha, just a normal human, get thrown into the middle of it. Will she become a weapon of power or will she tuck her tail and run?
Book Review: War (The Four Horsemen Book 2) by Laura Thalassa
The four horsemen come to earth signaling the end of days. The first horseman, Pestilence, has disappeared. Now War, the second horseman, rages across the land on his blood red steed.
Book Review: Everless by Sara Holland
In a world ruled by time and time created through blood, Jules must find a means to survive. Once an upper-class servant, the daughter of the blacksmith, Jules hides from the Gerling family—mainly from Liam. After her father squanders away his time, Jules must find a way to save him.
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: Skyborn by Leia Stone
Sloane Murphy didn’t know she was a dragon until her hiking trip turned awry and she almost died. After turning into a dragon, she was chased by men, whom she would later discover were druids, that wanted to kill her.
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.