Tag: supernatural

REVIEW: Her Fire by Namiin Stone

Ila Baden is haunted by a book; a fragile, old, burned book left to rot in her late grandfather's attic. Though she feels an immediate draw to it, she ultimately has no use for an empty antique damaged beyond repair. She leaves it to be junked, but the ancient being for whom the tome is … Continue reading REVIEW: Her Fire by Namiin Stone

REVIEW: Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey

It was a beautiful, warm summer day, the day Danny died. Suddenly Wren was alone and shattered. In a heartbroken fury, armed with dark incantations and a secret power, Wren decides that what she wants—what she must do—is to bring Danny back. But the Danny who returns is just a shell of the boy Wren … Continue reading REVIEW: Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey

REVIEW: Exiled by JC Diem

Loki Laufeyson has made many mistakes during his lengthy existence, but none greater than attempting to overthrow Odin, King of Asgard. Exiled for his treachery, he seeks vengeance by becoming allied with creatures who are just as ambitious and merciless as he is. Bianca Caldwell is on the cusp of living her dream when Earth … Continue reading REVIEW: Exiled by JC Diem

REVIEW: Elsker by ST Bende

Kristia Tostenson prefers Earl Grey to Grey Goose and book clubs to nightclubs. But when she transfers from her one-stoplight Oregon town to Cardiff University in Wales, she falls in love with Ull Myhr. Her new boyfriend isn't exactly what she was expecting. Ull is an honest-to-goodness Norse god — an immortal assassin fated to … Continue reading REVIEW: Elsker by ST Bende

REVIEW: Kisses in the Dark from MancMade Productions & Listening Dog Media

Against the bright lights of Blackpool, a supernatural killer is at work and a dark and dangerous love affair begins… A sinister, disturbingly romantic seven part podcast drama written by Marty Ross (BBC’s Catch My Breath & Ghost Zone and Audible’s The Darkwater Bride) and starring Con O’Neill (Chernobyl, The Batman) and Rhiannon Clements. A … Continue reading REVIEW: Kisses in the Dark from MancMade Productions & Listening Dog Media

REVIEW: Dynasty of Ghosts by PL Nunn

Illya has always been different - fey, quiet, and cursed with the ability to see the lingering spirits of the dead. A younger son of a younger son from a backwater mountain province, he is a nobody in the king's army until he comes to the notice of the Prince Knight himself, the spoiled, stubborn … Continue reading REVIEW: Dynasty of Ghosts by PL Nunn

REVIEW: Lies of Lesser Gods by LGA McIntyre

Birthed from out of a nightmare void, Gralyre's only memory is that of an execution - his own. Thrust into a war between the last of humanity and the tyrant who rules them, Gralyre struggles to survive a world where his name is forbidden and to carry a sword is a death sentence. In a … Continue reading REVIEW: Lies of Lesser Gods by LGA McIntyre

REVIEW: Practical Demonkeeping by Christoher Moore

The good-looking one is one-hundred-year-old ex-seminarian and "roads" scholar Travis O'Hearn. The green one is Catch, a demon with a nasty habit of eating most of the people he meets. Behind the fake Tudor façade of Pine Cove, California, Catch sees a four-star buffet. Travis, on the other hand, thinks he sees a way of … Continue reading REVIEW: Practical Demonkeeping by Christoher Moore

REVIEW: Winter’s Captive by June V Bourgo

Recently separated from her cheating husband and unaware of a budding pregnancy, Georgia Charles is on her way to Yukon to visit a childhood friend. After she's attacked by unknown men, Georgia's trip becomes a fight for survival. Escaping to the wild, she seeks shelter in an abandoned cabin. With no survival skills and an … Continue reading REVIEW: Winter’s Captive by June V Bourgo

REVIEW: The Centaur’s Wife by Amanda Leduc

Heather is sleeping peacefully after the birth of her twin daughters when the sound of the world ending jolts her awake. Stumbling outside with her babies and her new husband, Brendan, she finds that their city has been destroyed by falling meteors and that her little family are among only a few who survived. But … Continue reading REVIEW: The Centaur’s Wife by Amanda Leduc