Day Shift by Charlaine Harris

After downloading and enjoying the first book in the Midnight, Texas series, I knew I had to get straight onto NetGalley and acquire the next instalment, Day Shift by Charlaine Harris. This time around, the residents of the sleepy Dallas town of Midnight find their lives disturbed by the renovation of an old hotel. The hotel has been in disrepair for years, but now a property company has decided to renovate it and make it open to the public once more. This poses a great risk to the privacy of…

Midnight Crossroad

Surprisingly, I have never read anything by Charlaine Harris before, so I was keen to read the first in her new series, Midnight Crossroad. The series is about the sleepy little town of Midnight, Texas, the kind of place where you might stop to refuel, but not really pay any attention to. There is little passing trade, and the residents all seem to have their own reasons for moving in to such a place. As such, the first chapter takes us on a whistle-stop tour of the town, introducing us…

Dark Vision by Debbie Johnson

A new urban fantasy novel with hints of new adult, Dark Vision by Debbie Johnson takes one girl’s life and turns it completely upside down. Lily McCain has never been ordinary, as she has a strange paranormal gift that allows her to see someone’s future when they come into skin-to-skin contact. The visions she sees are rarely pleasant and are most often about death, as she sees people dying of cancer or in accidents that she can’t prevent. As a result, she has isolated herself from the world and resorts…

Widow's Web

WARNING: while this review keeps spoilers for Widow’s Web at a minimum… there are spoilers for earlier books in the series. She’s done it again. Jennifer Estep has managed to create an absolute masterpiece of Urban Fantasy, filled with action packed scenes, a good dollop of humour and topped off with a light dusting of romance.  All in all, the perfect recipe for an amazing read. Our lead throughout this series is Gin Blanco, assassin, elemental and chef extraordinaire. Up until she killed her arch enemy Mab Monroe a few…


REVIEW: Tarnished by Rhiannon Held

Tarnished by Rhiannon Held

*Warning: May contain spoilers for the first book in the series* Despite werewolf fiction not being one of my favourite genres, I couldn’t wait to read the second instalment to the Silver series, Tarnished by Rhiannon Held. The close of the last book saw Andrew Dare and his mate, Silver, without a pack to call home, forcing them to wander in the hopes of finding somewhere safe to stay. Still recovering from his injuries, Andrew is biding his time before making a challenge for the title of Roanoke, aiming to…

Hounded by Kevin Hearne

Although this first instalment to The Iron Druid Chronicles was reviewed by Laura a while ago, I decided to give Hounded by Kevin Hearne a try for myself. The premise of the book places a Celtic Druid of over two-thousand-years-old in modern-day Arizona, running a paranormal book store that also specialises in herbal teas and remedies. This Druid is currently known as Atticus O’Sullivan, who appears to be eternally twenty-one and has specifically chosen this area to be free from fae and godly interruptions. There is one particular Celtic God…


Gifted is a novella by Kelley Armstrong and gives us two short stories. One from her Cainsville series and one is a pack story from her Women of the Otherwold series. Both are centred around giving that perfect gift for Christmas. Gabriel’s Gargoyles The first story is told from a young boy called Gabriel’s point of view. I have yet to read the Cainsville series, although it is sitting very temptingly on my kindle! So the characters and setting were entirely new to me, although I understand Gabriel is one…





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