A fantasy story with an urban setting. This can be historical or modern.

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries is an adorable supernatural romance novelette that’s sure to make you smile. Frannie is a library school student who also happens to be a low-powered fae. When she stops in at a pharmacy to get some Sudafed, Frannie crushes hard on the cashier who’s a shifter named Shirl, and she comes back every day until she musters the courage to ask Shirl out on

Trafalgar and Boone and the Books of Breathing by Geonn Cannon

Trafalgar and Boone and the Books of Breathing by Geonn Cannon is the third book in the Trafalgar and Boone adventure series. Dorothy Boone and Trafalgar of Abyssinia are enemies turned allies that travel the world searching for lost artifacts and thwarting evil where they can.    They are also founders of the newly created Mnemosyne Society, which is a collaborative group of fellow adventurers that have come to agree

Spirits Smirits by KB Draper

Spirits Smirits by K.B. Draper is about AJ Mattox, an ex-cop and current demon hunter. She travels the country with her best friend Danny Whitefang, and her new girlfriend, Ranger Ashlyn Parker (former park ranger, truth be told). The best friend—she’s had since the age of seventeen when she accidentally received Danny’s destined hunter spirit into her own body, thus becoming a total demon-hunting baddass. The girlfriend—she picked up a

Hunger for You by Jenny Frame: Audiobook Review

Hunger for You by Jenny Frame is the first book in a new super sexy paranormal romance series. We want to get that out of the way because we had no idea going into it and were quite surprised when the book ended when it did. (Technically it’s the second since we met the characters in Dapper, but we will get to that – Sheena) Amelia Honey designs suits at

Cinnamon Blade, Knife In Shining Armor by Shira Glassman: Book Review

Cinnamon Blade, Knife In Shining Armor by Shira Glassman is a short story. Reading it is like being dropped into the honeymoon phase of a relationship of a crime fighting superhero and an adorable nerd who definitely belong together. Cinnamon Blade, a thief turned superhero, has been waiting for the right moment to ask Soledad out. She does not want Soledad to think she owes her just because she has

Second Nature by Jae

Second Nature by Jae had me wrapped up in its pages like a birthday present on Christmas morning (completely wrapped up). Jorie Price has moved to Michigan. An escape from her everyday life in hopes that the move will allow her to finally finish the novel she has been working on. Generally Jorie writes paranormal hetero romance but this novel is different in two ways. One, this novel is lesbian

Terrible Praise by Lara Hayes

I picked up Terrible Praise by Lara Hayes to skim while trying to decide which book I wanted to read next. It was like looking into the eyes of a vampire. I was ensnared and hypnotized before I knew it. I had been trapped and quickly fell prey. Stella has lived hundreds of years by Fane, her maker’s, side. For centuries she has carried out his wishes and vanquished those who

The Year of the Knife by GD Penman

The Year Of The Knife by GD Penman was a really intriguing book from the start. I was worried it would be too strange, too confusing with its alternate names and history, with the prevalence of seemingly science-based magic. However, The Year of the Knife proved to be just the opposite. Set in an alternate timeline of our world, New York City is called New Amsterdam and the colonies never

Pixie by D Jordan Redhawk

Pixie by D Jordan Redhawk is a worthy follow-up to Darkstone. This standalone novel is no sequel however. Though it follows the events of Darkstone, the plot and characters stand fully on their own. When Joram Darkstone threw open the doors between the human and fairy worlds, all sorts of creatures crossed over, including Gillie. A pixie who has left her home in England to travel the world, she finds

Little Dip by Gill McKnight: Book Review

Little Dip by Gill McKnight is everything I wanted from it and then some. This tells you something because I had high expectations for this book after consuming the other four like they were oxygen. In this one, we get to explore how Marie, the matriarch from the previous four, ended up with the love of her life, Connie Fortune, and we get to see the main characters from the