• Review: Shining Sea

    This book comes with a CLIFFHANGER!!!! But don’t let that steer you away from this book. I wanted to get that out there right now as I’ve seen this showcased as a standalone novel. So go into this knowing you won’t get all your answers and will NEED the...

  • Review: The Safest Lies

    “The Safest Lies” was a weird book to me. I can’t even imagine living with my mother knowing she was a survivor of a kidnapping. The things that Kelsey had to go through are unfathomable. Kelsey's life is turned upside down when she comes home and finds...

  • Review: Losing Gabriel A Love Story

    “Losing Gabriel” is such a great story! It’s been so hit and miss on contemporary, but this was a hit! This book tells the story of three very different characters. Each telling is told alone then they intertwine into one great story! Each character deals...

  • Review: Never Missing, Never Found

    Amanda knows how to spin a story and I’m glad I continue to read her stories. I was excited when I read the back cover of “Never Missing, Never Found”, but I was a little weary when I got the book and realized it’s the same author that wrote “Damage Done”....

  • Article: C.M. McCoy's $50 Amazon Card & Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring

    Don't miss out on Eerie! Eerie - Eerie, #1 Hailey's dreams have always been, well...vivid. As in monsters from her nightmares follow her into her waking life. When her big sister goes missing, eighteen-year-old Hailey finds the only thing keeping her...

  • Article: 5 Copy YA Giveaway: It's All Fun and Games by Dave Barrett

    Nerdist is offering 5 lucky Night Owl Teen readers a copy of Dave's book! This looks like a really great YA fantasy. It's All Fun and Games "What would I do if my favorite fantasy world came to life? It’s a question every nerd has asked him...

  • Review: Graduation Day The Testing, #3

    Graduation Day is the third and final book in Joelle Charbonneau’s The Testing series. It’s always bittersweet when a beloved series comes to an end, especially when you are not ready for such an ending. The events of the third book follow the same path...

  • Review: Life After Juliet

    “Life After Juliet” is about a girl named Becca, who was a loner until she met her friend Charlotte, who suddenly passes away. Devastated and filled with grief, Becca doesn’t want to move on and heal at first, but then with help of unexpected events and...

  • Review: Invision Chronicles of Nick, #7

    This series is so beyond amazing. I’m kind of scared that for us older fans who love both this YA series and the original Dark Hunter series. How will the two ever connect? Or if they ever will? “Invision” is by far my favorite. Being in Nick's head is...

  • Article: Excerpt: Runes of Fate by Lena North

    Runes of Fate - Sissa Raudulfsdatter Book 1 It's the annual midwinter gathering, and Sissa Raudulfsdatter is locked into a shed – bound, gagged and waiting to be led out to the altar where she will be sacrificed. There has never been any human sacrifice...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Lena North

    Hi Lena. Thanks for joining us today. Please tell us about your latest book, "Runes of Fate". What's your book about? Runes of Fate blends a classic murder mystery with everyday life in a Viking village, but it's also a story about freedom, and wanting...

  • Review: Supremacy Supremacy, #1

    “Supremacy” started out good with Kate being this semi-naive girl who loved nature and was willing to help a guy out when his bike broke down. Then as it went on I got extremely irritated with Kate and the things she did. She’s supposed to be this super...

  • Review: Risuko: A Kunoichi Tale

    Well I was kind of disappointed with Risuko. It’s much closer to Middle Grade vs Teen YA. The first part of the book was very confusing, but it did get better. Reading about a different culture was great. So many people have done so many things. Learning...

  • Article: Hannah Jayne and Kara Terzis on Places to Write Thrillers

    Summer is here. School is out. If you are looking for a way to keep your heart rate up while relaxing poolside or on the beach we suggest some heart-pounding young adult thrillers. To give use a little sneak peek into the life of thriller author, Sourcebooks...

  • Review: Independent Study The Testing, #2

    Independent Study is the second book in Joelle Charbonneau’s The Testing series. It’s my pleasure to report that this is no sophomore slump story. In fact, I enjoyed this storyline better than the first book because there was no time wasted on being slowly...

  • Review: The Hidden Oracle The Trials of Apollo, #1

    Alright, so I should have known that this was another spin off. Ya - shoot me. This is the first book in The Trials of Apollo series, but it doesn’t stand alone. So luckily my 11 year old had already read the other books by Rick Riordan and loved them,...

  • Review: Beware That Girl

    I was so excited to get this book from both BEA and Night Owl Reviews. But what I found was a book that was way different than I thought it was going to be. “Beware That Girl” is full of abuse and it seems that that is the main plot. Almost all the characters...

  • Article: Tracy Deebs' on If you could have any superpower what would it be and why? + Giveaway

    I spent most of my childhood wanting to be Wonder Woman. I loved her invisible jet, her lasso of truth, her bullet-deflecting bracelets and—of course—her kick butt red boots. Oh, and I also loved how she could spin in a circle and go from...

  • Review: A Spy in the House The Agency Mysteries, #1

    Set in Victorian London this captivating new series features a young woman, Mary Quinn, who is saved from the gallows when she is just twelve years old and becomes a member of a secret woman’s detective agency. How Mary found herself in such dire circumstances...

  • Review: Original Fake

    Kirstin Cronn-Mills has a great mixture of words and graphics in, Original Fake. I expected something that looked more like a comic book, but was pleasantly surprised by the illustrations, binding and high quality overall. The pictures blended so well...

  • Review: The Society

    “The Society” is about a girl named Samantha, who’s been bulled by her ex best-friend and Queen Bee, Jessica, for the last three years because her father went to jail for insider trading. To get revenge, Samantha wants to bring down Jessica and her elite...

  • Review: Marked Sequel to Tracked

    OMG OMG OMG!! How I haven't read this series before now is beyond me!! Book one is Tracked and Marked is the sequel. The covers are not the greatest, if you ask me, but I'm a diehard fan of this series now!!! Marked has got to be one of the best YA books...

  • Review: Wishing Day Book 1

    I wanted to love this book so much! But the story was just all over the place. Nothing really seemed to have an order and the story was just so confusing because of it. “Wishing Day” started out so charming with a premise that sounded so cute and interesting....

  • Review: Contact

    “Contact” is about a girl named Mira who has tried to commit suicide twice because of the grief that comes along with her gift of being able to read other people’s psyches upon skin contact. While dealing with that her father and his company is under...

  • Review: Exile for Dreamers A Stranje House Novel, #2

    Although I do miss Georgie's POV I have to say that I did enjoy Tess's. I really love how the author sets up the next book by introducing us to the new romance. It’s PERFECT, I really can't wait to be in Jane's POV! With her witty comebacks, I'm sure...

  • Review: Romancing the Nerd

    Nerds, geeks, high school, finding who you are and where you belong are some of my favorite topics in YA novels. So it is not a surprise that I read this one. Romancing the Nerd, goes beyond typical YA romance novel. In the forefront there is a romance...

  • Review: The Revenge Artist Evelyn Hernandez Book 1

    Philip Hoy engagingly depicts the volatile world of high school, where emotions run high and vicious gossip runs amuck. Evelyn Hernandez deals with familiar adolescent issues – first loves, trials with parents and friends, her emerging sexuality, peer...

  • Review: King's Folly The Kinsman Chronicles

    I am torn with King's Folly. Although the book was good I had some issues with it. First off I felt confused through the first part, but I ended up loving it once I read it a few times (lol). That being said this author is amazing! Jill Williamson has...

  • Review: Surviving High School

    So the first thing that put me off about this book was the first sentence. "I wasn't always sexy, cool and popular". That statement is just UGH In my mind!!! When I saw this book on here I thought it was going to be a fun summer read about high school....

  • Review: The Pages Between Us Pages Between Us, #1

    The Pages Between Us is filled with a really fun idea and concept of sharing based on artsy type of things like blogging and writing letters. I would have loved having someone to share with like this. I thought that it was a fun way to get kids interested...

  • Review: Love Me Never Lovely Vicious, #1

    Love Me Never is about Isis, a girl who’s had her heartbroken three years ago and juggles with low self-esteem, moves to Ohio so her mom can get out of a bad relationship. When she starts school, she finds out everyone is in love with this gorgeous guy...

  • Review: Holding Court

    Holding Court is about a girl named Jules, who has something her best friend calls “Psychic Tourette's Syndrome” where she blurts out uncontrollable futuristic prophecies, which usually make no sense at the time. When she starts her new summer job at...

  • Review: Ink and Bone The Great Library, #1

    The best kinds of fantasy stories are those that stretch the imagination while telling a compelling tale, and this one definitely entertained me with its ‘what if’s’. Having been conditioned to celebrating the Gutenberg press and its far-reaching impact...

  • Review: Lady Renegades a Rebel Belle Novel

    So this the last of this series was OK at best. It was better than book two but, still lacked that luster from book one. The ending was predictable which made the ending a little less enjoyable. But the ending did fit the story. I’m sad to say goodbye...

  • Review: The Secret to Letting Go

    "The Secret to Letting Go" was an interesting book. Daniel and Clover are great characters who really made the book what it was. Clover is nothing but trouble, really, and it was fun seeing Daniel's reactions to her and the situations she gets herself...

  • Review: The Untimely Deaths of Alex Wayfare

    The Untimely Deaths of Alex Wayfare will not disappoint you! I didn’t know this was a book two at the time I started so I went out and found a copy of book one and devoured it. This one picks up where book one leaves off and well it was a doozy! Alex...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Katee Robert

    Hi Katee. It's awesome to have you here. First off, what's you latest book! The Wedding Pact Essentially it’s “The Godfather” meets “Romeo and Juliet.” The O’Malleys are one of three seriously powerful Boston crime families. As the eldest daughter, Carrigan...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews L.G. O'Connor

    Hi Readers, Today L.G. O'Connor has joining us to share her latest book, Caught Up in RAINE. L.G., what's your book about? It's about a widowed romance writer in her early 40s who has been plagued by loss. She meets this hot, young landscaper in his 20s...

  • Review: The Rift The Seventh Book 2

    I met Mimi and the gang in the first book of the series, "The Seventh," and I knew they were going to have problems with one member's family considering their background. I already knew what was going to happen, so I wasn’t surprised when it was confirmed...

  • Review: A Distant Voice

    "A Distant Voice" was so well written, I never knew what was really going on until the last couple of chapters. Violet and her family have been through a lot, they’ve suffered greatly and have many issues. When Violet and her mother move in with her grandmother,...

  • Review: Defender

    Defender is one book that is a little out there. It has the topic of a girl who finds a dead body, but her father doesn’t believe her. Tiny is a 6ft 6in woman. Her boyfriend is much shorter. They head out to find out what happened. This book is full of...

  • Review: Call Forth the Waves The Celestine Series, #2

    OMG, what to say first off, don't read this “Call Forth the Waves” if you haven’t read book one! You will be hopefully lost. Second this book was so much better than book one and I don't say that very often. I devoured this book in a few hours shortly...

  • Review: The Mage Sister

    When I first began the book, Jahx wasn't a character I cared for. Once we got to 352 years after the prologue and we see a different Jahx I couldn't help but love him. He was no longer insufferable but kind, gentle, patient and sexy. To his students,...

  • Review: Golden Heart of Dread, #3

    I dived into this book right after it came. To tell you too much would give away spoilers, and I don’t want to do that. So, I’ll keep this short. The characters come alive off the page in this amazing breathtaking conclusion to the Heart of Dread series....

  • Review: The Testing The Testing, #1

    The Testing is the first of three books in a YA Dystopian series by Joelle Charbonneau where a cast of young characters are challenged to stay alive to earn a better position in their society. Just when the survivors think that they are safe, their memories...

  • Review: Flamecaster Shattered Realms, #1

    If you are a fan of the prequel series you might dive right into Flamecaster and love this new spin off series from Chima. But for me this one lost a lot of luster once the climax of the beginning was over. The story fell flat and the characters felt...

  • Review: The Dating Tutor: Sasha’s Story

    Ellie is just another common student who attends Nobel High. There isn’t anything about her that makes her stand out and be part of the popular group in school. So when one of the most popular boys asks her out, Ellie is happy, but shocked that Jake Phillips...

  • Review: Traveler Seeker, #2

    This sequel to Seeker was so much better than book one! Man I don't say that every often. Where book one felt all over the place book two feels like it got its stuff together and told a great continuation of the story. We get some much needed information...

  • Review: The Smell of Other People's Houses

    This was an awesome little book that will grab you from the moment you read the title. I haven't seen or read a lot of books that have the setting of Alaska so this was a nice change of pace. This one has multi POVS but don't worry you won't be lost and...

  • Review: Save Me, Kurt Cobain

    This book is for the music lover! If you love Nirvana then you need to pick this one up! We follow Nico around as she tries to find her mom. On her trip she starts thinking that none other than Kurt Cobain must be her real dad so she goes around trying...

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Seventeen-year-old Olivia Brown is abducted on her way home from a night out and wakes up to find herself imprisoned by a vampiric race in a dark city bathed in eternal night. Hernando, a handsome half-human slave, reveals what is intended for her - they want her blood for the upcoming festival. Together they escape, and find friends and allies in unexpected places.

Joining a resistance cell, they help plot a revolution and fall in love. Their group plans to take control of the Portal, a teleportation device that links Earth to the world of BloodDark. Getting into the City of Night is a challenge. A narrow window of opportunity opens - but what awaits them in the caverns located deep beneath the city?

Will Olivia and Hernando survive the battle? If she returns to Earth, will Olivia ever see Hernando again?

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