• My Review: 24690 by A. A. Dark

    “...with those words, I let myself shatter. My body shook with spasms and my heart swelled to heights I’d never imagined. True to his word, I became ruined for anyone else. I wasn’t a slave in our moment. I was his.”

    Buried deep below the everyday life of our society lives an underground world of nightmares—of violence and murder no one dares speak about. Contracts and laws weave the web of our culture together. Our Masters walk amongst us. They can be our friends, or the ones to make us disappear forever.

  • My Review: Waterfall Effect by K.K. Allen

    “I don’t know why you decided to come back,” he murmurs lowly. “All I know is that you’re here now.” My heart squeezes. “You may feel like you’ve lost yourself, Aurora. That you’ve grown distant from the things you once loved. But it’s not too late to reclaim your life. Let me help you.”

    Lost in the shadows of a tragedy that stripped Aurora June of everything she once loved, she’s back in the small town of Balsam Grove, North Carolina, ready to face all she’s kept locked away for seven years. Or so she thinks.

  • My Review: Hunter by Eden Summers

    “I hope you like it rough.” I shudder. “And what if I don’t?” His gaze glides to mine as a lone finger parts my slick folds. “Then I’ll enjoy changing your mind.”

    The hunter has become the hunted. 
    I’ve been running for ten years—fleeing my past and clawing my way toward an inescapable act of vengeance. Finally, I can taste revenge on the tip of my tongue.
    Until he walks into my life, sure and strong and full of secrets.

  • Cover Reveal: Hunter by Eden Summers

    The hunter has become the hunted. 
    I’ve been running for ten years—fleeing my past and clawing my way toward an inescapable act of vengeance. Finally, I can taste revenge on the tip of my tongue.
    Until he walks into my life, sure and strong and full of secrets.

  • Cover Reveal: Waterfall Effect by K.K. Allen

    Lost in the shadows of a tragedy that stripped Aurora June of everything she once loved, she’s back in the small town of Balsam Grove, North Carolina, ready to face all she’s kept locked away for seven years. Or so she thinks.

  • My Review: The Elder by Celia Aaron

    “You can’t just walk into my life and fit, just like I couldn’t do that to yours. We are pieces to entirely different puzzles.”

    A shocking murder.
    A suspicious son.
    A dedicated detective.

  • My Review: Born, Darkly by Trisha Wolfe

    “Not all demons are born to the dark. And not all angels seek the light. Sometimes our circumstance demands a fusion of both. There is no good and evil. Only the time spent between both heaven and hell, where we find our peace. And love. Even the vilest of monsters deserve to be loved.

    Duet: a performance by two.

    But who is acting, and who is devolving?

  • Cover Reveal: The Elder by Celia Aaron

    A shocking murder.
    A suspicious son.
    A dedicated detective.

  • My Review: The Brother by K. Larsen

    “Every monster has a voice unique to them. Mine needs to be heard. Dark corners are alive and I’m going to lure her into the dark with me. My cold desire is to hear the thump thump thump of her heart. I crave it. I crave her. My need claws at me from inside, dying to get out.”

    Nora Robertson is struggling to find her place in society after being held captive for half a year. Her sense of normal is skewed at best, in love and life but, she is trying to recover with the help of her support system. She pines for a home and a love she can no longer have. A love she knows was wrong but still clings to and desires secretly.

  • My Review: Black by K. L. Grayson


    "Never look back, but never forget. Always forgive, and never regret."

    Family.
    Everyone has one.
    Some are close.
    Some are dysfunctional.
    Some are simply gone.

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