• Review: Free to Fall

    I really did try to love Free to Fall. I ended up reading the last few pages after getting almost 200 pages in. The ending ended a little weird. I can’t say much about it since it would be a major spoiler. The beginning of this one is very slow, like...

  • Article: Three Little Lies Giveaway by Melissa Wolff

    Entry via Form below. This contest is sponsored by a third party. Prize: eBook Copy of Three Little Lies Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join Melissa Wolf as she brings you her young adult thriller. Three Little Lies It is the summer...

  • Review: Blue Aspen

    First Impression: Initially, Blue Aspen seemed to be a cheesy romance novel. As Dulcee's dreams progress into something more, I started to become skeptical about what was going on. The mystery of Blue Aspen just doesn't quit; the whole story twists and...

  • Article: Claimed by P.J. O'Dwyer #Excerpt

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join P.J. O'Dwyer as she releases her first young adult title. P.J. also has a very successful romantic suspense series with a horse theme. Claimed - Hunter's Moon, #1 “O’Dwyer displays...

  • Review: Glamour

    I would have to call this the paranormal decade of books. It seems like everyone is trying their hand at vampires, werewolves, demons and witches. With that said, a lot of what is coming out is just the same story over and over with different names but...

  • Review: The Last Three Words

    When a father loses his wife he is left to deal with parenthood on his own. It isn't long before Maye, his oldest daughter catches on to his vices. Seeking solace in her school crush, Christian, life goes on. When Maye has a tragic accident of her own...

  • Review: The War Inside The Horizons Trilogy, #1

    Initially I thought The War Inside was going to be a remake of The Hunger Games. The poverty and lawlessness of a dystopian future seemed to be a huge similarity between the two. However, the stories are actually quite different. I found The War Inside...

  • Review: Cinderella's Dress

    I loved the contrast of WWII history with the fairytale of Cinderella in Cinderella's Dress. I imagined the relics in my mind, picturing the amber necklace and the beautiful dress as they might look on a regal princess. The author did a good job of showing...

  • Article: The Star Child Series by Stephanie Keyes #Giveaway

    Entry via Form below. This contest is sponsored by a third party. 1-Signed Copy of The Star Catcher 1-Star Child Series Swag Pack Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Author Stephanie Keyes joins us today to share her Young Adult Fantasy...

  • Article: Excerpt: Dangerous Reflections by Shay West

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join us for the release of a Young Adult Fantasy series starter. Dangerous Reflections Adventures of Alexis Davenport Series, #1 Alexis Davenport wants to go home. She hates her new school, her mother...

  • Review: Because I'm Disposable

    This was a very strong story and hit me hard. It brought back a lot of stuff and memories from me. I too know what it’s like when someone you trust betrays you. I too learned never to cry and if I did, I did it in the shower where none heard or saw me....

  • Article: L.A. Cadieux - Letter from the Author

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Today we have author L.A. Cadieux dropping on over. She's written a letter to you. One Life Strong and sassy, sixteen year-old Teddy Owens has barely considered her own mortality, unaware within her...

  • Review: The Collector Dante Walker, #1

    Victoria Scott’s The Collector, the first novel in her series featuring bad boy Dante Walker, confronts ideas of good, evil, and what lies between. Scott’s characters are realistic in the sense that they can be tempted to more…troublesome behavior. Dante...

  • Review: Ghosting

    This one I decided to go ahead and look at since I realized that it was in verse. I am not really a fan of these. However, some of them are done very well. Well I am sad to say that this one was not. The verse/plot is done in multi POV but each character...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Because I'm Disposable by Rosie Somers

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications COVER REVEAL This looks like a very emotional YA contemporary novel. Because I’m Disposable is a YA contemporary by Rosie Somers, releasing July 9th! Because I'm Disposable Sixteen-year-old...

  • Review: Charm & Strange

    I've heard of the hype surrounding Charm and Strange, and perhaps that psyched me out. Those who wish to read this are best not to read too many reviews, as the secret ending twist is a ticking time bomb. It won't be long before everyone knows it, and...

  • Article: Boneseeker by Brynn Chapman

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join Brynn as she takes you into a mystery that includes a romance. This is a Young Adult title. Boneseeker Arabella Holmes is different than other girls her age: She doesn't fit the role of a 1900's...

  • Review: The Legend of the Great Dragon The Dragons Saga, #5

    It is so hard to say goodbye to what has been a great series. I have to admit I have been more than a little reluctant to read this last book in the Dragon Saga series. Mikko is a great heroine, and the way that she balances everything that is expected...

  • Article: Falling Angels by Ami Blackwelder - @amiblackwelder

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Falling Angels - AngelFire Chronicles, #2 Tags : Young Adult, Paranormal / Supernatural, Thriller, Angels The anticipated follow up book to She Speaks to Angels. The stakes are raised after Ali Maney...

  • Review: Everything Leads to You

    This is a book about pieces. Pieces of a broken heart destined to heal. Pieces of a life steeped in lies and secrets. Pieces of a set, on a movie that becomes the gateway to something EPIC! The first 100 of this read seem to go around in circles. Emi...

  • Review: Gilded The Gilded Series, Book One

    Gilded is a yummy and wonderful read. To me it felt like another retelling of Persephone. I'm sure that each culture had their own version of the myth. I found via this author that two cultures have a similar myth. I found this interesting as these cultures...

  • Review: Below the Surface A Code of Silence Novel

    Ok so this was even better than the others and I am so sad to see the series end. I hope that the author gets a new contract and we get to see more of these guys. We finally get out onto the Getaway! Yup that boat in book one! It has been restored and...

  • Review: Dear Killer

    I wrote this review right after taking 4 days to read Dear Killer. Which is really slow for me. And it will be 4 days that I will never get back. I wish I could tell you that I loved this book. But, then that would be a lie. I did love it to start out...

  • Article: YA Debut: Finding Sage by Logan Judy

    Entry via Form below. This contest is sponsored by a third party. Join us today for Logan Judy's debut. He's releasing a YA dystopia title. Finding Sage - The Rogue, #1 Silas is like many ordinary young men: attractive, sulky, and constantly fearing for...

  • Review: Devil's Frost The Spellspinners of Melas, #3

    It seems like this series isn't one that you can leave on the shelf and forget. It draws you in and once you're in, you are HOOKED. You can just sit down in your easy chair and pick up wherever you had left off reading. It's like Heidi's world and characters...

  • Article: Red Ridge Pack #Giveaway by Sara Dailey & Staci Weber

    Entry via Form below. This contest is sponsored by a third party. GRAND PRIZE: A five-book subscription to our Boroughs Publishing Group's Lunchbox Romance line plus the first book in the series, Pack of Lies. Sign-up for Contests & Special Event...

  • Review: Pendulum The Neumarian Chronicles, #2

    Welcome to the awesome world of steampunk. I normally do not read or enjoy steampunk, but Ms. Knight has changed my mind. Caught up in the action, scenery, characters, traitors, deception, zombies, and a love story on the side, Pendulum will have you...

  • Review: The Ring and the Crown The Ring and the Crown, #1

    Author Melissa De La Cruz has done it again. She’s introduced and enticed me into a wonderful new series. I have to say that I finished The Ring and the Crown in a day…OK only a few hours. PLOT: The plot was a wonderful blend of historical fiction and...

  • Review: Destination Unknown

    Whitney is everything that her mother wants her to be. Blonde, dating a football player, on the cheer-leading squad and going to her mother's alma mater for college next year. But when Whitney gets a D in calculus, she is forced to get a tutor. Taylor...

  • Article: The Luthier’s Apprentice by Mayra Calvani - @mcalvani

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications The Luthier’s Apprentice YA Paranormal Fantasy Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840), one of the greatest violinists who ever lived and rumored to have made a pact with the devil, has somehow...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Savannah Parker

    Savannah and Zeke Parker are a brother and sister writing team. This interview is with Savannah and she's answered some questions for Zeke. What main genre do you write in? Science Fiction / Fantasy Current Release: Billy Scarlet Describe your current...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Zeke Parker

    Savannah and Zeke Parker are a brother and sister writing team. This interview is with Savannah and she's answered some questions for Zeke. What main genre do you write in? Science Fiction / Fantasy Current Release: Billy Scarlet Describe your current...

  • Review: Wayfarer Tales of Beauty and Madness

    Book two in the Tales of Beauty and Madness series encounters Ellie, who has the similar circumstances of Cinderella. Set in a world of great magic, charms and twisted monsters. Ellie is abused and worked to the bone by her entirely evil step mother....

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Fiona Palmer

    Current Release: The Recruit Describe your current release by starting out with "In a world". In a world of high school normality Jasmine finds that real life is completely different and there’s more important things to worry about than popularity, like...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: The Light of the World by Randi Black - @Ms_Randi_Black

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join us for the cover reveal of The Light of the World by Randi Black. It was 1995 in the Southern California wasteland. I was barely legal and far from innocent. I loved The Gun Club more than I...

  • Review: A Secret in Time Big Honey Dog Mysteries #2

    When Olivia, Honey the Great Dane’s owner, is asked to be the official photographer for The Royal Dog Show, they’re both excited. When they arrive at the show, Honey is greeted by all her old pals from the neighborhood. As they settle in and see just...

  • Review: Starling Secrets of the Eternal Rose, #3

    I have to say this is another series that I am so happy that I got a chance to read it all the way through. As if I had to wait for each book to come out I would have cried. Starling was an amazing conclusion to this wonderful series. The author, Fiona...

  • Review: Pack of Lies Red Ridge Pack, #1

    "Pack Of Lies" was a great story. I feel it works for both young adult and adult readers as I enjoyed reading it even though the characters were teenagers. I really love these werewolf stories. I think the plot was perfect and it had very strong characters...

  • Article: .99 - Goddess Series Bundle Sale! (4/21/14 - 5/5/14) by M.W. Muse #NOReBookDeals

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications SPECIAL SALE PRICE OF $0.99 BEGINNING 4/21 THROUGH 5/5 Goddess Series Bundle Special - Books 1-4 5 Stars / Top Pick Series on Night Owl Reviews! The Goddess Legacy, the first in The Goddess Series...

  • Article: Prophecy Girl - Lacuna Valley, #1 by Faith McKay

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications We are showcasing debut author Faith McKay. Prophecy Girl - Lacuna Valley, #1 Ever since Samantha Winthrop's mother moved them to Lacuna Valley, supposedly in search of better weather, the list of...

  • Review: The Haven

    With The Haven you find yourself wondering what in the world is going on. Then about 60 pages in, if you have seen the movie The Island, you kind of figure it out. This one fell short for me and I just couldn't finish it. This book also sounds like another...

  • Review: Nearly Gone

    I have to say that I loved the names of the characters in Nearly Gone. They were new and tied into the title. I loved that there wasn't an insta-love. This book is a rare read and I will definitely be grabbing an extra copy soon. Nearly Gone is full of...

  • Review: End Times End Times, #1

    As most of you guys know I am addicted to apocalyptic books. I love myself a great dystopian read. So when I saw this one I jumped at the chance to read another great book. With this being part of a series I really wanted to read it. But once I started...

  • Review: Searching For Beautiful

    When things go wrong it is hard to find a way out. When you are full of blame and anger it is hard to open your heart and soul to anyone, especially if you think that no one will understand you. That is exactly what happened to Brynn. One day she was...

  • Review: Killer Frost Mythos Academy, #6

    This is a fitting end for the series which has showcased the author’s ability to weave a compelling story that mixes a variety of mythological pantheons. The various items of importance which have been sources of contention throughout the series have...

  • Article: Giveaway: ($15 GC) Shattered Secrets by Krystal Wade

    Entry via Rafflecopter below. Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Is Fantasy Dead? by Krystal Wade Hey Fellow-Lovers-of-YA! I’ve noticed something latelythat makes me sad, and also happy, something that I’m just not quite...

  • Review: Earth Star Earth, #2

    Well, when I got this I didn't realize it was book two. But that ended up being just fine as I got hold of book one and both were just amazing! This one doesn't suffer from book-two-itis at all, it was wonderful! It has recaps of book one so if it has...

  • Review: Letting Go

    Letting go is a fun and fast paced story about realizing that what one might think is good for him or her is not always what one needs. It is a story that features the favorite romance novel topic of opposite attracts and ‘I love to fight with you because...

  • Review: Everlast The Chronicles of Nerissette, #1

    Andria Buchanan’s "Everlast" is the first book in her series 'The Chronicles of Nerissette' and quickly draws you into this mythical and magical world. The plot of the book starts quickly and you are immediately drawn into the action of the book. Because...

  • Review: Treasure from the Past Big Honey Dog Mysteries Easter Special Edition

    When Honey the Great Dane and her canine friends go on an Easter picnic with their owners, they never think that they might all be involved in an Easter mystery. Not too far away from all the fun and Easter festivities, Honey and her crew see a strange...

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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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