The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks Quercus (Feb 2011) | Paperback, 397 pages Paranormal YA The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks is a novel that aims to put a fresh twist on werewolf fantasy, taking place in Australia. Our story begins with Toby Vandevelde, a teenager who wakes up in hospital with no memory of what happened to him the night before. It seems that he was found naked in the dingo pen of the local wildlife park, which soon becomes a local news story. His mother is worried…


Slights by Kaaron Warren Angry Robot (Aug 2010) Paperback, 528 pages Horror  Reviewer: Melanie Slights is narrated by Stevie who starts her tale with the fatality of her mother, a fatality which she indirectly causes driving her mother home after a boozy lunch. The story is told from Stevie’s POV and we learn of her past as she reminisces while carrying on with her life following the death of her mother. As we learn about her past we are introduced to the people in Steve’s life including her family, oddball neighbours…

Shattered Dreams

SHATTERED DREAMS (Midnight Dragonfly #1) By Ellie James PUBLISHER: Quercus RELEASE DATE: 5th July 2012 FORMAT: Paperback, 300 pages GENRE: Paranormal, Young Adult Upon the death of her grandmother, Trinity arrives on her aunt’s doorstep in New Orleans with virtually no knowledge of her mysterious heritage. Dropped into high school, she is trying her best to fit in, but there is something about her, connected to the mysterious city and her parents death, that makes her different. When a game of truth or dare in a deserted New Orleans house…

Lynda Hilburn - The Vampire Shrink

The Vampire Shrink by Lynda Hilburn (Vampire Psychologist #1) Quercus (Sept 2011) Paperback, 400 Pages Paranormal Romance The Vampire Shrink got off to a really good start for me. With Kismet the psychologist who specialises in treating people who believe in vampires, who most certainly does not believe in vampires herself. With the trend for goths and fake fangs, Kismet believes this new specialism might be the key to her career. When Kismet begins helping a young girl who frequents vampire clubs, she becomes introduced to 800 year old vampire Deveraux…

Title: Belle’s Song   Author: K.M. Grant Publisher: Quercus Publication Date: Feb 2011 Paperbook: 296 Pages Genre: Historical Romance Source: Review Copy Guest Review by Jo RATING: 6/10 – Good, would probably recommend GOODREADS SUMMARY: When Belle meets Luke, son of an alchemist and Scribe to the famous poet Chaucer, she is determined to travel with him to Canterbury on a pilgrimage. She hopes for a miracle: that her father will walk again. She also hopes to atone for her own part in his accident. It is a time of…




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