• Review: Seven Black Diamonds

    Seven Black Diamonds is a book I was so happy to receive. I was a diehard fan of the Wicked Lovely series so when I found this I jumped on ship and hoped to be blown away! But, unfortunately this happy cruise didn’t last long. Shortly into the story I...

  • Review: A Daring Sacrifice

    I was super happy to find to A Daring Sacrifice on my list. So first off this is not really a book two. It’s a companion to book one, An Uncertain Choice. So if you haven't read book one don't worry about it, you won't be lost. That being said you should...

  • Review: Love Me, Love Me Not

    Well written with an interesting premise and lovely prose. I adored Pierce and I loved the relationship between him and Ana and how sweet and beautiful it was. But honestly, none of it balanced out the frustration for me. There was just way too much rank...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Rachel Harris

    Readers, today we have Rachel Harris joining us. Her latest book is You're Still the One. Rachel, what's the book about? YOU’RE STILL THE ONE is a romantic comedy about a fresh-out-of-college woman with a daring summer bucket list and a desire to prove...

  • Article: Giveaway: The Affiliate by K.A. Linde

    Dates: 2/21/2016 - 3/21/2016 Prize: $25 Amazon Gift Card Open To: Open International The Affiliate - Ascension Book 1 On the day of her Presenting, in front of the entire Byern Court, seventeen-year-old Cyrene Strohm's lifelong plans come to fruition...

  • Review: The Yearbook

    The Yearbook, by Carol Masciola, is an intriguing book. Lola Lundy is a fabulous character who all can relate to. She wants a place to fit in and finds it, in the past. The description of a past visit draws one in and holds you. Each and every one of...

  • Review: Tarnished

    Tarnished, the sequel to Perfected, is set in a world where the government passed legislation allowing humans to be genetically engineered and sold as pets. It continues Ella’s story and starts off right where Perfected left off, where Ella’s escaping...

  • Review: These Shallow Graves

    THESE SHALLOW GRAVES by Jennifer Donnelly is shrouded in mystery and deception. If you think you know what's happening, you're very wrong. Jo Montfort comes from a privileged, upper class family. She enjoys writing interesting stories like Nellie Bly,...

  • Review: Twenty-One Heroes

    Twenty-One Heroes is a pretty fast read. It’s a great book for teens to get interested in the Revolutionary War time period. Reading this made me want to look up a ton of stuff that was in this book, especially Dr. Joseph Warren. The characters were pretty...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Sam Forman

    Today we have Sam Forman joining us. Sam's book Twenty-One Heroes is a young adult historical fiction Novel. Thanks for joining us Sam. Tell us about Twenty-One Heroes! Outspoken Katherine, elder daughter of a Salem shopkeeper, supports the patriot cause...

  • Article: Giveaway: Eerie by C.M. McCoy

    Dates: 2/8/2016 - 3/18/2016 Prize: Enter to win a Kindle 6" or $50 Amazon Gift Card Open To: International Eerie - Eerie, #1 Hailey's dreams have always been, well...vivid. As in monsters from her nightmares follow her into her waking life vivid....

  • Review: Almost Midnight Shadow Falls: After Dark - Novella Collection

    Are you a fan of the Shadow Falls series? Well if you are then you shouldn’t pass this book up! Now it did have one a complete new POV from a character in the stories. I won't tell you who so not to spoil it, but just so you know you’re going to love...

  • Review: Shallow Graves

    What would you do if you woke up one night to a man digging you out of a grave? What if the evil inside him compelled you to drain him of his life force before you could comprehend what you were doing? If you are Breezy, a teenager whose life was stolen...

  • Article: Giveaway: Feedback by D. L. Richardson

    Prize: Win this awesome YA spy adventure novel, 1 print copy to be won, Open International Dates: 1/23/2016 - 3/30/2016 Feedback Seventeen year old Ethan James can’t bear the boring life he’s living while waiting for a kidney transplant. When...

  • Review: Benjamin Franklin Huge Pain in my...

    This irreverent children’s book gives a remarkable glimpse of the events of colonial America, contrasted with a humorous look at the angst and challenges of being a boy dealing with peer pressure, a blended family, and the blush of first romance. I love...

  • Review: Punishment Summer

    Punishment Summer is about a city girl, Nicki, who gets sent away to stay at her grandpa’s cabin in a town called Punishment in the Mendocino Forest because of her out-of-control behavior—drinking alcohol and sneaking out of the house. Throughout the...

  • Review: Identity Crisis

    Identity Crisis is a cute fun read about how school rumors can shape the school year. From the web to word of mouth so much can change when you’re spreading it around. This book is told in alternating POVs from the mean girls as well as the POV of the...

  • Review: Macbeth #killingit OMG Shakespeare

    Courtney Carbone has taken the backbone of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth storyline and “killed it” by putting it into text messages style of speech used on social media sites such as Twitter. She also does not use any of Shakespeare’s style of writing:...

  • Review: A Midsummer Night #nofilter OMG Shakespeare

    Like a similar book in series, Courtney Carbone’s Macbeth #killing it, I did earlier this month; this story is written in text messages that are used on social media web sites. Because Brett Wright used the previous style of writing, this story has lost...

  • Review: The Golden Yarn Mirrorworld, #3

    So when The Golden Yarn showed up on my list of books I FREAKED OUT!! I didn’t even know that a new book was coming out! Night Owl Reviews saw my prior reviews for this series and new I would want this. When it showed up and I saw that it was a bound...

  • Review: Before Goodbye

    Let me just start by saying I'm a sucker for contemporary YA--with that being said, it should be no surprise that I loved Before Goodbye! What a heart wrenching and warming story Mimi Cross has weaved together. Both Cate and David struggle with their...

  • Article: The Hardest Part of Writing by Matthew J Metzger + Excerpt

    The hardest part of writing is deleting. Not editing. Deleting. When big chunks need to come out -- entire chapters, long scenes, entire character arcs. When they need to come out, it's heartbreaking. This doesn't happen to me often -- I'm a plotter,...

  • Review: Thicker Than Water

    In Thicker Than Water inner monologue and mystery are the two main themes of this book. Both are done very well. I didn’t see the ending coming and the resolution to the master blew me away! Normally I realize what’s going on far before we find out, but...

  • Article: Giveaway: Eerie by CM McCoy

    Dates: 12/15/2015 - 1/31/2015 Prize: $20 Gift Card Open International Eerie Hailey's dreams have always been, well...vivid. As in monsters from her nightmares follow her into her waking life vivid. When her big sister goes missing, eighteen-year-old Hailey...

  • Review: Awaited Wasteland #2

    I really enjoyed this book - more than I expected to, actually. I expected something a bit more fluffy (not that fluffy is bad), but this was much grittier than I expected (in a good way). There's sacrifice and decisions to be made, and none of it is...

  • Review: The Trouble with Destiny

    Petty Drama is the main theme of this book folks! I thought I was going to fall in love with this story set on the water. But I found out that that was just not going to be the case. If you loved the authors other book, Meant to Be with its funny humor...

  • Review: Placebo Junkies

    Man how to review Placebo Junkies. In some places I really liked the story and in others the MC was kind of unreliable and meh. Audie tends to ramble a LOT where one second she will be talking about one topic then boom were on to something new. It made...

  • Review: Unforgiven Fallen, #5

    I haven’t been that much of a fan of this series and with the ending of book 4 I wasn't too sure about this one. But with the movie coming out shortly I knew that I would need to revisit this world of fallen angels. This new story finds us in Cam's POV...

  • Review: Finding Perfect

    Finding Perfect is beautiful story about young love, coming of age and finding your way regardless of the obstacles. It is a rich girl-poor boy story and I absolutely love books with that theme. The story can be divided into two parts. In the first part...

  • Review: Nexis

    This book reminded me of another book called Elusion, where people go to a virtual world to escape. This book was pretty inventive and really felt like a wonderful blend of cyborg tech and a girl who is all natural. In the world, everyone dreams of being...

  • Review: Imperfect

    Let me just say that I am sure this is a good story. I liked what of this book I read and the only major flaw I had with it is NOT something that is “wrong” with the book. I am not saying that at all. I mean, I was annoyed by the gigantic info-dump about...

  • Review: Fairly Certain Love Of Fairs, #1

    Okay, I admit it. I am a huge fan of Renaissance Fairs, and love to dress up and act in them. Therefore, I had no doubt in my mind that I would adore this novel. I can assure you that I most certainly did thoroughly enjoy it. I found this novel to be...

  • Review: Falling For the Wrong Guy

    Teenagers are more likely to do stupid things without thinking about consequences. Both characters of this novel did such things. They fell for one another knowing that they are off limits. From the very beginning it was interesting to see how Ruby Davis...

  • Review: A Tale of Highly Unusual Magic

    This book was the Lake House - for kids! Just like in that book, the two people are from two different times and, in this story, two different places. It was a great story about magic, friendship, and adventure. Without giving too much away, this one...

  • Article: Top 7 Times and Places I’d Visit by Renee Collins

    I got my degree in History, so this question is fun, but difficult for me. Fun, because I’ve already given it quite a bit of thought. Difficult, because there are so many historical eras and places that I would love to visit. So, without further...

  • Article: Alexis Wyndham’s Five Rules for Surviving Homecoming by Crista McHugh +Excerpt + Giveaway

    1.       Don’t go . Seriously. It’s just a stupid dance where you’ll have to drop $200 on a dress you’ll only wear once and that six other girls will be wearing. Retro shops are cool for finding something...

  • Review: Dangerous Lies

    Another book by Becca Fitzpatrick? Yes please! I read and loved Hush, Hush (I still need to finish the series), so I was super excited to read a new book by her. I'm mostly into fantasy books but this one was good! The characters were good and the descriptions...

  • Review: The August 5

    The August 5 had a lot going for it. It has some great topic starters about colonization and conquering. The only issue I had was that the book was fairly slow and that the female characters had more depth vs the male characters. The story itself had...

  • Article: Homeschooling 16-Year-Old Dreams Big, Becomes Author - Claire Fraise

    Today we have the pleasure of having Claire Fraise on to chat about dreaming big and going out and making your dreams a reality. Claire if just sixteen and already has her first book on bookshelves. Way to go Claire. Dream big and make your American dream...

  • Review: A Song for Ella Grey

    At first I didn't realize this was a re-telling of Orpheus and Eurydice. I ended up having to Google it. I honestly really didn't connect with the characters. Ella was a bit annoying in the beginning. The story felt very poetic and the some of the things...

  • Review: To Stand Beside Her

    I liked the story concept in To Stand Beside Her. I loved Nalik. He is kind, patient and not what you would expect. He has accepted his fate and the way he opened his heart to Anatolio, Phillip, Ruth and Tim was amazing. His love for Leila was beautiful....

  • Review: Unspoken Shadow Falls: After Dark, #3

    With CC Hunter, there is not a book that she writes that isn't downright AMAZING. Unspoken, third book in the After Dark series, is a thrill seekers dream. With non-stop action, heart pounding adrenaline and romance around every corner, this book is a...

  • Review: What We Left Behind

    Toni and Gretchen are the two main and wonderful characters that lie within What We Left Behind. The book focusses on Toni as we see her struggles as she identifies as genderqueer. This was such an interesting book to read. For those who have never read...

  • Article: Exclusive Excerpt: Girl Divided Two by Suzie T. Roos

    Join us today as we share an exclusive excerpt to Suzie T. Roo's second book in her Spoken For series. As an author, it’s not always fun and games when writing a novel. We have those scenes we hate to write. Yes, we don’t always love every...

  • Review: Rogue The Paladin Prophecy, #3

    There were a lot of reader expectations that went into book three (Rogue) of the Paladin Prophecy. I wish I can say that I was excited and pleased with this one, since it is the last--but I wasn't. There wasn't much to Rogue that left me wanting to keep...

  • Review: The Edge

    The Edge by Roland Smith is the long awaited sequel to PEAK. The Edge has lived up to its wait. With high intense adventure and action, this book is sure to please any action thriller fan! Following the story of Peak the book opens with quick action and...

  • Review: Justice The Warrior, #5

    This is the final book in Rebecca Royce’s outstanding urban fantasy series, The Warriors. This book is intense and will take you on an emotional roller coaster. I had to walk away from reading it a couple of times due to it just being too much which is...

  • Review: Velvet Undercover

    Velvet Undercover by Teri Brown is an amazing Young Adult story about an intelligent young British girl who is sent on her first spy mission to Germany during World War II. Her assignment is to help rescue a spy known as Velvet but no one knows the spy’s...

  • Review: Subversive The Warrior, #3

    This is the third book in a unique urban fantasy. The main character is a teenager with big ideas and leaderships skills. She, however, sees herself as a medium warrior and not very pretty. However, she attracts male attention wherever she goes. This...

  • Review: Redemption The Warrior, #4

    This is the fourth book in The Warrior series and in this one everything gets all shook up. The reality everyone thinks is real, isn’t and Rachel is the cause. SciFi fantasies come alive and operable as people are cloned and viruses destroy society. This...

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Olivia's Escape by Cindy A. Matthews, Adrian J. Matthews

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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