Book Review: The Twice Lost by Sarah Porter

The Twice Lost After Luce finds evidence of humans’ true cruelty, she seeks to save those who are left. In her sorrow and isolation, she rises to the role that the world requires of her. How can she remain true […]

Book Review: The Siren by Kiera Cass

The Siren A young woman, bound to the sea, struggles to keep her century long vow to the ocean that saved her when she meets the one. A young man who survives the sirens’ song. Favorites: The play on soulmates […]

Book Review: Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown

Black Girl Unlimited Echo’s life changes as a young girl when she learns that she is a wizard like her mother. While life challenges her with traumatic events and tragedy, her miracles and the advice of her mother inspire her […]

Book Review: Awakened by Moni Boyce

Awakened A young woman learns about her mother’s magical past from a group of supernaturals who’ve sworn to protect her. She must learn to defend herself against powerful evil and protect her heart from a forbidden love all while being […]

Book Review: Children of Virtue and Vengeance by Tomi Adeyemi

Children of Virtue and Vengeance Four teens journeyed across Orisha and recovered the magic of the long marginalized majis, but in doing so, they gave the same power to the tyrannical ruling class. They must unite Orisha or choose their […]

Book Review: Waking Storms by Sarah Porter

Waking Storms: A traumatized girl turned mermaid battles old world traditions and challenging relationships as she fights to understand herself. Favorites: The multiple point of view structure was used well and developed the characters and plot effectively. The antagonist was […]

Lost Wolf by Stacy Claflin

Lost Wolf Victoria starts college with a car full of belongings, a few new friends, and no memory of her life before she made it to campus. When two mysterious young men vie for her attention, the mystery of her […]

Book Review: Silence by Demelza Carlton

SilenceA young princess battles with her own desires and the sins of her brothers. Favorites: The end was darker than I expected but pretty satisfying. Least Favorites: I didn’t find this story particularly creative or intriguing. I disliked the audiobook […]

Book Review: A Song Below Water by Bethany Morrow

A Song Below Water by Bethany Water Two girls in Portland, Oregon try to survive turbulent race issues, identity, creature prejudice, and difficult relationships in modern day’s time of police brutality against the black community and within a world that […]