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Book Review: Waking the Queen (Ride of the Darkyrie) by Saranna DeWylde

Waking the Queen (Ride of the Darkyrie) knocks DeWylde into a stratosphere of epic decadence. Read More »

Interview: Saranna DeWylde Dishes About Frozen Sin

In an exclusive interview, the author of Waking the Queen shares what she finds the most mischievously delectable! Read More »

Book Review: The Nameless Prince by Dominick R. Domingo

The Nameless Prince is a beautifully-written debut YA novel about faith, disillusionment, and innocence. Read More »

Book Review: The Werewolf Legend by Josh Atkins

Set in modern times this thriller is a fast paced journey in to becoming a werewolf. Read More »

Book Review: Burning Man (Kingdom of the Serpent, Book 2) by Mark Chadbourn

Burning Man is urban, girty dark fantasy and mythology for the modern world. Read More »

Book Review: Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent

Death is not the end for a young banshee as she struggles to maintain her humanity and rid the world of a Netherworld threat. Read More »

Book Review: Griffin’s Fire by Darby Karchut

What happens when a moody teenage angel is forced to attend high-school? Read More »

Book Review: Red, White, and Blood by Christopher Farnsworth

The President's vampire is back, and this time he's facing the Boogie Man! Read More »

Book Review: If I Die by Rachel Vincent

Rachel Vincent's fantastic Soul Screamers series continues with another dose of banshees, demons and other creatures of the Netherworld. Read More »

Book Review: The Thirteen Hallows by Michael Scott and Colette Friedman

Dark and violent, The Thirteen Hallows manages to weave a compelling urban fantasy with many ties to the past... Read More »