Hi, guys. So, I got some more books, even though I have a humongous list of books I have not read yet… *Story of my life*
by Erica Stevens
After years of running, Quinn has finally found a town to settle down in while she searches for the man who tore her life apart. Despite her every intention not to, she’s started to put down some roots and make friends. However, the small bit of solace she’s found is quickly shattered when a group of vampires walks into the bar where she works and turns her life upside down.
Looking only to stop for a few nights and have a good time, Julian never expected to stumble across someone like Quinn. Determined to keep her free from the vampires looking to use her as a weapon, Julian is stunned to discover himself starting to care for the mysterious woman with a dark past she’s unwilling to reveal. It doesn’t take him long to realize that the vampires after her are only a part of the problem. This quiet little town is hiding a violent secret of its own; a secret that not only threatens the town but Quinn in particular.
***The Fire and Ice series is a spin-off based on characters from The Kindred Series. You do not have to read The Kindred Series in order to enjoy this book or its successors. The maturity level of this series will grow with each book and is recommended for readers 17+***
by Alica McKenna-Johnson
Fifteen-year-old Sara walks into the San Francisco Center for the Circus Arts determined to ignore the freaky things happening to her. As powers she doesn’t want and can’t control overwhelm her, Sara must decide if she can trust the strangers who say they are her family… descended from a common ancestor four thousand years ago.
Sara clings to her contented and well-planned life as a foster kid, successfully working the system, as dreams, powers, and magical creatures drag her towards her destiny.
When the ancient evil that killed her parents comes to San Francisco, Sara is forced to choose between her fears and her desire to protect those she loves.
Sometimes great things are thrust upon us. Sara wishes this supposed ‘greatness’ didn’t include a new name, unicorns, and catching on fire.
The End of the Trail
by Louis Rakovich
A barren land of salt and snow; a castle where underground paths twist and turn in endless circles and a reclusive king has not shown his face in years; a forest where few things are what they seem. An unnamed hero must navigate through these places as he takes on the task of tracking down a supposed witch, in a story that blends dream and reality, rumor and truth, danger and hope.
by Taniquelle Tulipano
Innocent trainee estate agent Rosannah hasn’t given any man so much as a sniff. But everything changes when she meets Raphael Monstrum, a gorgeous, hunky bachelor whose home and life are surrounded by curious rumors. What happens when Rosannah stumbles upon something that she wasn’t meant to? With Raphael claiming he’s a vampire, Rosannah is plunged into a dark and dangerous world that threatens to swallow her forever. Can she escape before it’s too late? And is Raphael telling the truth, or is he just insane? All the answers lie with the mysterious Monstrum household.
Contains adult themes and explicit sexual content. Also, contains cliffhangers.
by Michael Grant
There are teens, but not one single adult. Just as suddenly, there are no phones, no internet, no television. No way to get help. And no way to figure out what’s happened.
Hunger threatens. Bullies rule. A sinister creature lurks. Animals are mutating. And the teens themselves are changing, developing new talents—unimaginable, dangerous, deadly powers—that grow stronger by the day. It’s a terrifying new world. Sides are being chosen, a fight is shaping up. Townies against rich kids. Bullies against the weak. Powerful against powerless. And time is running out: On your 15th birthday, you disappear just like everyone else…
The Art of Craft and Murder
by Cozy Cat Parker
Misty Williams has finally achieved her dream of opening a teahouse in Whistler’s Cove, a small town famous for its community of artists and crafters. But when the local gallery owner, Hilary Small, is poisoned in Misty’s teahouse, and it begins to look as if the man Misty is in love with committed the murder, Misty must turn amateur sleuth in order to save the reputation of her teahouse and her hopes for romance.
Set in an enchanting location, this cozy mystery will delight with its entertaining cast of humorous characters, including Misty’s cat Miss Mabel, who plays a crucial part in revealing the true murderer.
One day I will catch up on my reading and then the world will probably stand still… Which of these books would you like to read?