Sookie Stackhosue is dragged through it again. When her boyfriend, vampire Bill, goes missing she is determined to find him. The closer she gets to finding him the more she's not sure she wants to.
One Werewolf Life to Live (The Last Werewolf – A Book Review)
Jacob is the last werewolf and ready to end his life before hunter do it for sport. These feelings change fast when he discovers that he's really not the last one. There is another. He's been given a reason to live and he won't waste it.
I See Fire (On Fire – A Book Review)
As the Alpha closes in on Scott, Lydia pulls rank when she needs help searching for a missing Jackson. Meanwhile, Derek Hale takes a tragic walk back down memory lane.
Ninjas Not Included (Night of the Hidden Fang – A Book Review)
Night of the Hidden Fang
Author: T. James Logan
Mia doesn't get close to people. Her guard is always up. When three, stark naked boys show up in the bushes near her house not long after a grisly murder, she feel the urge to protect them. she feels like they might be connected and they are, much more than they thought. Now, she must protect all fo those she cares about while getting to the bottom of this mystery. And she gets more than she bargained for, including getting served up on a dinner plate to the beast that's responsible for all of this.
From Mystic Falls to Night World (Night World No. 1 – A Book Review)
From the author of The Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle, comes a series about the laws of the Supernatural: The Night World. It is forbidden for Night People to fall in love with a human, unthinkable, but when it’s your soulmate, you don’t have a choice.
Sweet Moon, It’s Hard To Be A Wolf (Blood and Chocolate – A Book Review)
Vivian, a teenage werewolf, struggles to find anywhere she belongs because it’s not with the pack anymore and it’s certainly not with humans. Not until she meets Aiden anyway. A meat-boy, as her pack calls them. He sweeps Vivian off her feet and into a life she didn’t think capable among humans.
Run Away to the Carnival (Freeks – A Book Review)
Living the carnie life is all Mara Beznik knows... and then She meets the mysterious Gabe Alvarado at a party and is drawn to him instantly.
The Classic Hybrid
Classic Literature is a staple in every bookworm’s life. While they tell a beautiful story of either love, tragedy, loss of sanity or death (or all of the above), they also show underlying themes that relate to the real world—the wish to turn back time, the destruction through paranoia, and the obliteration of families. And,... Continue Reading →