• Article: Carve Your Own Path by Nicole Winters

    When I first started as a writer, I used to devour books and magazine articles that offered advice on how to be an effective writer. They usually consisted of lists such as: 1)   Have a favorite mug, use your favorite pen (I started before the...

  • Review: Rebel Belle Rebel Belle, #1

    Are you a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer? The head cheerleader - popular, smart and sophisticated - the typical southern belle. Meet Harper Jane Price! She is the head of almost every organization at school, has the most popular boy as her boyfriend,...

  • Review: Blank Canvas

    Blank Canvas is a very emotional rollercoaster ride. For Two and a half years Maddie has been in the hands of a deranged guy who calls himself the painter. He kept her in a room, locked up and painted when he felt the urge. Maddie might not have suffered...

  • Article: Crista McHugh Author Q: Did you base characters off those in high school?

    Most of my inspiration for the characters in the book come to the local teens in my Seattle suburb. It’s a wonderful melting pot of mixed races and international influences, of the crazy rich and highly intelligent. It’s where the tech millionaires...

  • Review: Nightfall

    Although this CREEPY dystopian was a little slower than I would have liked and I was really REALLY hoping we were going to get a little extra to the story's end. However, I have to say that it was still beyond amazing! The creep factor in this one hit...

  • Review: Reawakened The Reawakened Series, #1

    This book is a piece of work. And not in a good way! Not because the main character is rich, gets A's, has all the freedom she wants, etc. She still seemed like a pretty good leading lady. The issues I had with this was the story itself. The author has...

  • Review: Playing the Player

    Stories featuring two completely different personalities are very high on my “to be read list”. I like to read about how the characters overcome their prejudice toward each other and how they start to see behind all the well build facades. And, of course,...

  • Review: Ten Things Sloane Hates About Tru Creative HeArts

    Sloane made a statement with her art that got her arrested. Her parents made the decision to take her away from her friends and family so she will straighten up her act. That's how she ended up in Texas with a cute next door neighbor. Honestly, Ten Things...

  • Review: Initiation The Warrior, #1

    Rachel Clancy lives in an underground habitat where she was born. Rachel is a Warrior that will be sent above ground on her sixteenth birthday to fight the monsters that destroyed everything and caused Armageddon. Rachel lives with her father who is a...

  • Review: Driven The Warrior, #2

    Rachel finely thinks she is getting her life back together after everything that has happened to her. She is surprised she feels like she's over Jason's betrayel and she can now love again. She's sent on an assignment with her new love Chad. Just when...

  • Review: Earth Flight Earth, #3

    When I found out that I was going to be getting an ARC of this I was like I loved the first two books and was so happy to get book three In Earth Flight Jarra is still feisty as ever. She’s handicapped by her immune system that won’t allow her to use...

  • Review: Like It Never Happened

    Like it Never Happened is the debut novel of Emily Adrian who launches into the YA genre with this compelling story surrounding Rebecca Rivers, the girl who finds herself part of the “it” crowd by being cast as the star of the school play. Then she finds...

  • Review: Modern Monsters

    When I began this book I wasn't too sure what to expect. The synopsis was what grabbed me. A seemingly unknown young man suddenly thrown out of obscurity and trying to save himself. Sounded interesting. What I didn't expected was this gripping and emotionally...

  • Review: Crystal Kingdom The Kanin Chronicles, #3

    Another stellar and completely riveting conclusion from Amanda Hocking! Like any fan, I waited patiently since January for this book and like them, I LOVED IT. It should be no surprise because Amanda's books are beyond awesome. Words hardly need to be...

  • Review: Another Day

    Another Day is out of this world---AMAZING. I can't tell you how excited I was to get my hands on this book as I’m such a fan of his first novel. I wasn't sure what to expect, except for exceptional! Of course, I can't give spoilers because where would...

  • Review: The Boy Most Likely To

    You want amazing? It’s right here in The Boy Most Likely To. This book has it and so much more. Who isn't a fan of Huntley Fitzpatrick? I pretty much died and went to book heaven with this bad boy. I've been waiting for some time for Tim's story. I've...

  • Review: The Legend of Ghost Dog Island

    I loved this story and couldn’t put it down. Poor ten-year-old Nikki Landry had a tough time keeping friends because her family constantly moved around the bayou in order for her father to be able to crab in the most ideal spots. In doing this, whatever...

  • Review: Resonance Dissonance, #3

    Why do all the good series have to end? This sequel to the best book ever - Dissonance was epic! This one picks up shortly after book one ends. I think it would have been a little better if it had been like a year or something. Since, of course, if I...

  • Review: Stone Rider

    Okay, so this was a great read. If you are a guy or a girl who loves bikes, or I mean Bykes, then this book is for you! It lays heavy on motor bike details so if bikes aren’t your thing I would probably pass this one by. That being said, I am not so into...

  • Review: Remake

    This book started out so well but shortly into it the story it became full of older Christian values. Woman are there to make man happy end of story. I’m sorry but in this day and age that thought process just doesn't hold water. And I am kind of upset...

  • Review: Jubilee Manor

    This was an awesome sequel! I really loved book one and was ecstatic to read book two, and Jubilee Manor did not disappoint! In this sequel there are some great mysteries to be figured out. I will say that I figured out who the killer was. But, that might...

  • Review: Dragon's Future Dragon Courage Series, #1

    Dragon’s Future by Kandi J Wyatt, young adult e-book, published by Booktrope Publishing, due for release 10th August 2015. During their tenth winter, twins Ruskya and Duskya are chosen to become dragon riders. They leave their home to live in the dragon...

  • Review: Not After Everything

    This book was breathtakingly emotional and heartbreaking all in one. I know that the story and characters are going to stick with me for years to come. And Not After Everything will be one that will live on my shelves as soon as I pick up a finished copy....

  • Review: As Black as Ebony The Snow White Trilogy, #3

    As Black as Ebony is a great story to round up this series to book three. Each story has been set in the same world but all of the adventures are new. In this one of course we get Snow White. You can read the series out of order but I'm a sticker for...

  • Review: A Girl Undone The Girl Called Fearless Series, #2

    A Girl Undone BLEW ME AWAY!!! This book is a slower read, but in a great way. This slower read is amazing! A Girl Undone picks up right where A Girl Called Fearless ended off. This story leaves Avie feeling heart broken and lost. She grows so much in...

  • Review: Between

    Dora Hilburn has written a captivating ghost story that will enthrall many age groups from teen to adult. Anna is the main (living) character in this book and her loneliness is something many will identify with. She's just graduated high school, traveled...

  • Article: Free Read: Beware of Bad Boy by April Brookshire

    Beware of Bad Boy - Beware of Bad Boy, #1 THE BAD BOY Before I met Gianna, I’d thought I was living life to the fullest, wild and carefree. Now that I had her in my life I understood what it really meant to feel alive. THE GIRL Until I met Caleb,...

  • Review: The Fire Children

    The overall plot/storyline for The Fire Children was okay. All of the before the dark times came was awesome. We learn a lot about the world these people live in as well as about the fire children themselves. Things started to fall apart after Yulla came...

  • Review: Damage Done

    This book was well written and had my attention until the last couple pages. The subject matter is just not for me, I don’t want to put out any spoilers because it’s a big part of the book and explains a lot. Even though it was very realistic and I felt...

  • Review: Golden

    Melinda Michaels’ Golden brings together the world of fairy tales and reality. This YA novel takes an interesting twist on the original fairy tales with a more modern view. The plot moves at a decent pace and I kept waiting for more of the fairy tale...

  • Review: Pretending to Be Erica

    When I picked up Pretending to Be Erica, I was in the mood for something light and fluffy, and what I received was much more moving than I ever could have anticipated. Violet was adopted at age 5 by one of the most successful con men in Las Vegas, and...

  • Review: The Rules

    So, this one just didn't work for me. It's the same old story about someone hunting down and killing teens. This book starts out pretty well, but also falls apart pretty fast, too. The characters were uninteresting and it just kinda got to the point where...

  • Review: Alive

    So, this one starts out like a normal contemporary. Stella needs a heart, and, well, she gets one. So life goes on. But then things get start to get paranormal weird. I really loved how this had a great blend of both. This one gets creepier and creepier...

  • Article: Why Am I so Weird About My Mob? by Suzie T. Roos

    Girl Spoken For is the first in an all new YA series that is edgy with a splash of innocence and a smidgen of humor that fans of Some Boys by Patti Blount and Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles will enjoy. Suzie T. Roos joins us today to showcase.......

  • Review: Nearly Found

    This is book two and follows Nearly Gone. I have to say that I was very happy to snag a copy of this for review. So this book picks right up where book one left off. More trouble is following Nearly Boswell. You would think that she would be able to steer...

  • Review: Life Unaware

    Brief Synopsis: Regan Flay is a popular and mean girl. One day someone posted all of her text messages around the school. Suddenly from the most popular girl in the school she became the most hated girl in the school. The only person she can rely on is...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Until We Meet Again by Renee Collins

    Renee Collins will be releasing her first Sourcebooks Fire Young Adult title at the end of Aug. Check out the cover below.  This book is a young adult fantasy novel. They exist in two different centuries, but their love defies time. Cassandra is...

  • Article: The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatric

    The Boy Most Likely To Release: 2015-08-18 A surprising, utterly romantic companion to My Life Next Door—great for fans of Sarah Dessen and Jenny Han Tim Mason was The Boy Most Likely To find the liquor cabinet blindfolded, need a liver transplant,...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Cindi Madsen

    Current Release: Crazy for the Competition What's your book about? The road to trouble is paved with sweet temptation... Always the rebel in her ultra-conservative family, Quinn Sakata dreams of quitting her dad's real-estate business and restoring the...

  • Review: Tracked

    Tracked by Jenny Martin is a highly original novel that is sure to become a fast favorite. The characters were all intriguing as was the plot. I love the idea of a teenage girl street racing. I read this book in one sitting, it is that good. Anyone who...

  • Review: Vanishing Girls

    I always read what Lauren Oliver puts out. I’ve done this since her first book. The only issue is I never know what I'm going to get. This book was just not for me. The changing POV really killed the story for me personally. It really made me not care...

  • Review: Powerless The Hero Agenda, #1

    Powerless is a fast-paced, fun, and interesting read! This YA novel engages the idea of the supernatural by exploring a world of heroes and villains through the eyes of the powerless Kenna. Kenna, the daughter of an incredible scientist who works for...

  • Review: No One Like You Barefoot William Beach

    This fun and sensual contemporary romance has a great cast of characters, both four-footed and not, and evokes the wonderful sense of a tourist-friendly beach town and the laid-back atmosphere of the boardwalk in this Florida location. The hilarious misadventures...

  • Review: Sugar

    I feel like I'm really in the minority with my rating. I've read glowing, shining, perfect reviews of Sugar and as a fellow plus size gal myself, I'm really disappointed. The first couple pages I think really set the tone for me. It was very stereotypical,...

  • Review: Through Fire & Sea

    Through Fire and Sea is the start of a series by Nicole Luiken. Intriguing and quick-paced, this first novel jumps between the perspectives the two main characters, Leah and her mirror-self Holly. The plot of this story is engaging, and kept me turning...

  • Review: Ice Kissed Kanin Chronicles, #2

    I have to say that I didn't enjoy the org series that this is a spin off of. But book two of the Kanin Chronicles has blown me away again. I loved it. In this second installment we have lies, traitors, deception, and more all tied up with romance, honor,...

  • Review: The Door in the Moon Chronoptika, #3

    Well covers. I’m not a fan of the new ones. I miss the old covers. :( :) OK. Moving on. The Door in the Moon was beyond the most suspenseful of the three Chronoptika books. I stayed up until like 2am reading this thing, LOL, because who needs sleep. This...

  • Review: A School for Unusual Girls A Stranje House Novel, #1

    A School for Unusual Girls was amazing!!! It gives a “what if” story of the historical events of 1814. And it was so yummy. I really wish that it would have ended on a better note, as book two is going to be in Tess's POV. So I really hope that we get...

  • Review: Miss Mayhem Rebel Belle, #2

    Miss Mayhem had the book-two-syndrome if I ever saw it. It has the same great cast of characters. Same kick butt heroine. But there was just something about it that made it fall flat. This book two in the Rebel Belle series picks up where book one left...

  • Review: The Girl at Midnight

    How can I put this nicely? I started reading this and was so excited at how it started. Then I started getting the vibe that it was like another book I had looked at. This one is very similar to another book called Daughter of Smoke and Bone. And where...

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The Throne Of Glass Coloring Book

Enter the world of Throne of Glass: Experience the vivid imagery of Sarah J. Maas's expansive world in her breathtaking New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass saga.

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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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