• Review: The Princess Spy

    Margaretha yearned for someone to love her for whom she was instead of her title. So she looked forward to her newest suitor, Lord Claybrook. He was to be that man, but when an injured man was brought to the castle her life took a drastic turn. She was...

  • Review: Watch Out, Hollywood! More Confessions of a So-called Middle Child

    Watch Out, Hollywood is a sequel to Confessions of a So-Called Middle Child, but it reads well as a standalone. The author made multiple mentions of events from book one, so it was easy to piece together the events that have led up to Watch Out, Hollywood....

  • Review: Isla and the Happily Ever After Loose Trilogy, #3

    Finally! This book has been long awaited and wished for! Stephanie Perkins really knows how to strike the heart strings with her characters. Isla has been in love with Josh since her freshman year. But she feels like she's never been noticed by him. Now...

  • Review: The Farewell Season

    Only a few months ago, Eric's father was killed by a drunk driver, and Eric feels the loss of his father keenly know that football season has started again. At each practice, he looks for and misses his father who once helped him train. To make matters...

  • Review: Girl on a Wire

    Girl on a Wire was a slow story with a blend of magic/paranormal. The story is told through the eyes of talented 16 year old Jules. Girl on a Wire takes us through the life of two circus families that have been rivals for years. I thought that this book...

  • Review: Pieces of Love

    Pieces of Love is a coming of age story with romantic elements. Readers will follow the life changing trip of sixteen year-old Alexis Hartman. When I started reading this story I was constantly waiting for something really bad to happen to Alexis because...

  • Article: Excerpt: EXCLUSIVE First Look at CHARMING by Krystal Wade - Letter From the Author

    A note to readers from author Krystal Wade... When Haley and Dad are alone, his behavior changes, as shown in this segment. There's no getting around how trapped she is. As a parent, I can't imagine ever making my child feel this way, ever burdening her...

  • Review: The Bird with the Broken Wing

    Ben is a soldier who cannot remember anything about his life. Rachel is his friend, a young girl that motivates him to talk about what is going on in his head during the group meetings that she runs. Jet is a teenager, fed up with her parents she decides...

  • Review: Thrive - Student Edition Digging Deep, Reaching Out

    “God didn’t put you and me here just so we can survive through hard times. He put us here to thrive, to dig deep and reach out,” explains Mark Hall, author and lead singer of Casting Crowns. Thrive is a very engaging read that will encourage you to be...

  • Review: Irish Melody Song of the Sea # 2

    Caitlin Ricci does it again, in the second book of The Song of the Sea series. This time we are brought into Ippy's world a little more, getting a deeper look into his psyche and what makes him so unique. We get to delve deeper into his autism and see...

  • Review: The Slanted Worlds Chronoptika, #2

    I have to say that after reading book one I picked up book two and finished it in less than a day. This book, book two in the Chronoptika series is an amazing sequel. I loved it even more than the first book. The Slanted Worlds is faster paced with all...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews James Frey

    Today we have the pleasure of presenting James Frey. James and Nils Johnson-Shelton have co-authored the book ENDGAME. The book is already being made into a movie and as a game. Hi James. Thanks for joining us. What’s it like knowing that your book is...

  • Article: Excerpt: Metatron: The Mystical Blade by Laurence A. St. John

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join us for the release of Metatron: The Mystical Blast, YA Fantasy LETTER FROM THE AUTHOR The Inspiration Behind the Metatron Series Growing up I’ve always envisioned a person; a superhero...

  • Review: Dirty Wings

    Well I'm sad to say that this one didn't go over any better than book one for me. It was the same old pointless no plot story with a twisted friendship. This one says that it is a retelling of Persephone, but I couldn't find any similarities between the...

  • Review: Irish Magic Song of the Sea, #1

    Caitlin Ricci takes us into the paranormal world, through the eyes of young Hannah Glass. Hannah is a teenager living among the wolves, with her two Dads and best friend Ippy. She can see paranormal beings for what they truly are, unlike normal humans....

  • Article: The Bird with the Broken Wing by D. L. Richardson

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications The Bird with the Broken Wing Rachael is a guardian angel who finds herself trapped in Purgatory with Ben Taylor, a young soldier she was assigned to watch over. She knows the terrible secret that's...

  • Review: Zomburbia Zombie Apocalypse Series, #1

    Perhaps because it's starting to feel like the zombie craze is on its way out...this feels like a last quick grasp onto the fad. Don't get me wrong, spinning the idea that zombies are kind of this background supporting character instead of the main attraction...

  • Review: Torch Song The Blackjack Trilogy, #1

    Rica has been hired by a local government official to find out whether a local casino owner is trying to build an army that will eventually overthrow the government. Shelley Singer does an excellent job of describing a bleak future of the US, where the...

  • Review: As Red as Blood The Snow White Trilogy, #1

    I decided to pick As Red as Blood up because I'm a diehard fan of retellings. And the story of Snow White is one of my favorites. But I have to say that As Red as Blood starts out as jumbled mess and doesn't get any better as the story unfolds. I'm not...

  • Review: My Not So Super Sweet Life

    Though part of a series, which I haven’t read, I quickly fell in love with the characters and became wrapped up in this fast paced story. From start to finish these teenagers enchanted me and their lives became important. Each chapter is written from...

  • Review: Storm Siren

    My Review: 5 Meat Eating Horses (you've got to read the book to understand that one!) I have to say that I really wonder why these books are published with certain publishers. This is another one that was published via HarperCollins Christian division...

  • Article: Fragile Destiny by Suzanne Lazear

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications The Aether Chronicles continues in book 3. Fragile Destiny - The Aether Chronicles #3 Noli and her true love V fear the worst if the Staff of Eris—a potent Otherworld relic—falls...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Misty Watts

    Current Release: Earthborn What's your book about? Secret societies have been hiding the existence of the Nephilim since biblical times. When three former college friends reunite to investigate a mass murder, they find there is much more than they thought...

  • Review: Born of Lies The Red Ridge Pack Prequel

    Born of Lies is an exciting paranormal read that will keep you reading page after page. It has suspense, romance, jealousy, love and of course the paranormal. Marcus is a strong Alpha in the making, but he has his hands tied by what he has been taught...

  • Review: Chaos Kardia Chronicles, #1

    Chaos is a very funny book. You feel the bain of high school and life as a semi-god all rolled into one chaotic bow. Maggie, I loved her from the start because she’s not a typical teenager suffering through high school. She makes it interesting and writes...

  • Review: Werewolf Defender

    I absolutely loved this book. The story line was well thought out and an absolute blast to read. In this apocalyptic novel we are becoming extinct. A virus has changed humans into zombies. One bite and in less than a minute a human becomes a zombie. Jerrica...

  • Review: Falling Angels AngelFire Chronicles, #2

    Falling Angels is the second book in the outstanding Angelfire series by Ami Blackwelder. As with the first book, I was immediately drawn in to the story, as it is extremely engaging and interesting. I did find it somewhat fast paced, but not confusing...

  • Review: My Fake Summer Boyfriend

    My Fake Summer Boyfriend is perfect summer read for every girl age 12 to 15. Although I am very far from this age group the story brought me back to my teenage years and while reading it I remembered all those long hot summers that I spent at my grandparents’...

  • Review: Holding On and Letting Go

    Holding On and Letting Go is a great debut novel; actually for me it is the debut surprise of the year. Told from dual POV’s this is a story about different kinds of relationships; ones between friends turned boyfriend girlfriend, ones between friends,...

  • Review: Claimed Hunter's Moon, #1

    Claimed is a well written book. The main character is accurately portrayed as a teenager. I remember how I was at that age and it’s rather accurate. I think that pre-teens will like this book, especially if they are into westerns or love animals. The...

  • Article: Excerpt: The Agben School by Jo Sparkes

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join us today for an excerpt. The Agben School The Legend of the Gamesmen, #2 Agben had stood for a thousand years. A mysterious school housing more than students, it was the seat of the powerful...

  • Review: Vampires of Manhattan The New Blue Bloods Coven

    This is definitely a spin off for fans of the YA Blue Bloods series. This is great for those who are no longer teens. I do want to say that if you haven't read the Blue Bloods series that you will need to before diving into this one. If you don't there...

  • Review: Spirits of Ash and Foam A Rain of the Ghosts Novel, #2

    Spirits of Ash and Foam is the second book in the A Rain of the Ghosts series. The first book, Rain of the Ghosts, was a quick read that kept me reading. I have been looking forward to Spirits of Ash and Foam since I ended book one. Yet, unfortunately,...

  • Review: Malice

    Malice was absolutely packed. Jumping from one extreme to the next it was hard to put down because it continually left you wondering what was going to happen next. Truthfully it felt like it could have been a series, but in the end I'm glad it wasn't....

  • Review: Resurrection Blood of the Lamb: Book Three

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book; I felt many different emotions from sadness to joy. Seeing Lazarus and Maryam develop into more mature characters was very refreshing. Lazarus finally redeemed himself from his past behaviors. It was good getting a closer...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews P.C. Cast

    This interview is with P.C Cast & Kristin Cast. Hi P.C and Kristin. Thanks for joining me this evening for your Powell's signing. What brought you to Powell's? The love of the Pacific NW brought us here. Portland is a great place to escape to when its...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Kristin Cast

    This interview is with P.C Cast & Kristin Cast. Hi P.C and Kristin. Thanks for joining me this evening for your Powell's signing. What brought you to Powell's? The love of the Pacific NW brought us here. Portland is a great place to escape to when its...

  • Review: She Speaks to Angels AngelFire Chronicles, #1

    She Speaks to Angels is most assuredly not what I expected. What I expected was a somewhat lighthearted, upbeat, young adult novel about a young girl who can speak to angels. What I found was a beautiful novel that, although it is quite dark in many spots,...

  • Review: Ship Out of Luck

    I found this novel to be funny, witty, and possess a positive storyline from beginning to end. Whether you are a young adult reader or older, this book has plenty of three dimensional characters to cheer on. Antsy is back and is brainy as usual. Plenty...

  • Review: Like No Other

    Like No Other is a very bittersweet story. Both Devorah and Jaxson are bright, honest, and hardworking young people whose coming together would have been a welcome happening, had circumstances been different. Though this story is touted to be a modern-day...

  • Review: Still Photo

    This proved to be a good read and I was able to finish the book in one sitting. It definitely kept me interested and engaged. There are many twists and turns that come in at the exact moment you needed them to without giving away too much at once. Still...

  • Review: Web of Lies Red Ridge Pack, #3

    Web of Lies is a paranormal novel about a werewolf pack and the intricacies of the inner workings of what make it work. This story has some great suspense and action. It also has some nice family dynamics, as well as the werewolf dynamics. This story...

  • Review: Reborn Shadow Falls: After Dark, #1

    Reborn is definitely a book for those who love C.C. Hunter’s Shadow Falls series. I for one ADORED IT! This new spin off series picks up where the Shadow Falls series left off. Were back at our favorite camp/boarding school and ready and willing to deal...

  • Review: The Liberator Dante Walker, #2

    The Liberator, the second novel in the Dante Walker series, is another compelling read from Victoria Scott! The Liberator continues from where The Collector leaves off. Dante finds himself allied with his former opposition and is confused about his place...

  • Review: Illusion Chronicles of Nick

    Sherrilyn Kenyon has created a world that is truly unique in the Chronicles of Nick. The characters are one of a kind and the situations they get into are perilous, but you know the good guys are going to end up on top. In Illusion, the fifth book in...

  • Review: Boneseeker

    Boneseeker by Brynn Chapman is a Young Adult retelling of Sherlock Holmes which centers on his daughter, Arabella Holmes and Dr. Watson's son, Henry Watson. Arabella and Henry have grown up together and are best friends, at least until they kissed each...

  • Review: A Taylor-Made Life

    I found A Taylor-Made Life to be captivating. I was completely hooked by the end of page one. I finished in a few short days, but would have gladly read it straight through in one sitting. It has excellent story flow. I smiled, laughed, and cried like...

  • Review: Welcome to Paradise

    I ended up enjoying Welcome to Paradise. The first chapter or so was a bit slow with character introductions. I found it hard to read through and had to keep putting it down. I was glad for the turn around. Not only do the first two chapters have a bit...

  • Review: Fiendish

    I’m not really sure how to review this book. Although I did finish it the story felt very flat and weird. It made me feel like I was dropping into a fully formed world where it is normal to find a girl in the basement after ten years. That it’s normal...

  • Review: New England Rocks

    Rain....I have no words for her except to say that she IS AWESOME. I mean come on, not only is she from New England but she has the accent to confirm it, she does archery, plays soccer, drives big fancy killing machine cars-without a licenses, knows about...

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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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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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