• Review: The Thing with Feathers

    It’s become very hit and miss when it comes to my liking of contemporary novels. I have to say “The Thing with Feathers” was a successful hit out of the park! It started off so funny and held that until the very last chapters. This book will rip your...

  • Review: Priestess A Modern Greek Myth Book 2

    I normally adore novels about the Greek Gods and their ploys in the lives of mortals. Priestess is a novel similar to this. Sadly, I found it lacking. The story has a lot of promise, but is sadly disjointed and uninformative. I am aware there is a book...

  • Article: Paranormal Romance Binge - A Book Gifting Event

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  • Article: Cupcakes & Books ($850 in Prizes) Reader Scavenger Hunt 2017 (Sep 1 - 22)

    34 AUTHOR'S 128 WINNERS $850 IN PRIZES Back to school is the name of the game, but adults need to have fun too. Get entered to win big in the Cupcakes and Books Web Hunt. Grand Prize: $100 Amazon eGift Card $25 Amazon eGift Cards (2 Winners) $10 Amazon...

  • Article: Witch Culture - Melting Pot

    I am a huge Harry Potter fan....no really....HUGE. I own just about every book that has anything to do with the beautiful world that J.K. Rowling created. I visit Pottermore often. I know my Hogwarts House (Ravenclaw), Ilvermorny House (Wampus), and my...

  • Article: Depravity: A Beauty and the Beast Novel - A Beastly Tale Book 1 by M.J. Haag - Free Romance Book

    ** Adult Romance, Part 1 of 3 ** Benella is concerned with two things--avoiding the two village boys who torment her and scrounging for food to help feed her family. Unfortunately, the best wild fruit and vegetables are near the walls of the estate, a...

  • Review: Donna The Girls of Spindrift Book 2

    "Donna" is the second book in the Spindrift Series by the famous V.C. Andrews. The series started out with "Corliss". This story runs at a good clip and the suspense builds as the pages are turned. Your heart will begin to hurt for Donna. She is attending...

  • Article: Winners: Summer Fun 2017 (Jul 19 - Aug 9)

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  • Review: In 27 Days

    “In 27 Days” is a fast paced story that has the reader flipping through the pages. Hadley has made a deal with Death! She is going to go back in time to stop a classmate from killing himself. I was swept up into the drama of this book and how Hadley goes...

  • Review: Solo

    Well, I need to learn to read it seems. When I grabbed “Solo” for review, I didn't read the full blurb and details. I didn't see where it said this book was in poetic style. Go me! Well, I am kind of glad I didn't see that this was written like that....

  • Review: All Things New

    All Things New started out a little slow for me but once I got to page 8 it picked up. I was caught in the story of this girl who had a horrible experience and then went through the thought “Am I crazy?” She saw things others didn't, she felt things others...

  • Article: The Host – Apples to Oranges

    The Host by Stephenie Meyer puts a twist on the classic tale of alien invasion by showing the aliens as a compassionate advanced species while the worst traits of human beings are on full display for readers to feel conflicted about who they should root...

  • Review: Paper and Fire The Great Library, #2

    “Paper and Fire” by Rachel Caine takes up where “Ink and Bone” left off, immersing the reader back in the complicated world ruled by the Library and those who oversee it. The surprising revelation on the first page was a welcome discovery and it intensifies...

  • Review: Corliss The Girls of Spindrift Book 1

    I liked that this was a quick read, primarily aimed at YA but a good read for anyone. I felt that it was a background of sorts for getting to know the characters going into the book “Bittersweet Dreams”. This is the first book in a series that sets up...

  • Review: Shadowcaster Shattered Realms, #2

    “Shadowcaster” has a perfect blend of action, characters, battles and omg cliffhangers!!! So be warned! If you loved book one you WILL die hard love this story! It doesn't pick up where book one ends off. I won't tell you any more than that. Overall,...

  • Review: Steeplejack A Steeplejack novel, #1

    I am always on the lookout for something new and man is “Steeplejack” it! I am so excited in finding this wild and very creative as well as different story. “Steeplejack” is full of mystery, action, and some very diverse characters. This story hit it...

  • Review: Firebrand A Steeplejack novel, #2

    If you thought book one was good then you are going to die when you read “Firebrand”, book two!!! This book has it all. Get ready for phenomenal world building, wonderful characters, and great pacing! This is another great story that I couldn't put down....

  • Review: Remember Me Forever Lovely Vicious Book 3

    "Remember Me Forever" is the third and final book in the Lovely Vicious series. I have to say that this was an amazing, mind-blowing conclusion. When I first read the series, it was independently published, and I loved it. And now that I read it again,...

  • Review: Garden of Thorns

    "Garden of Thorns" is about Rose, a girl who spent seven years in the Garden, which is a burlesque group made up of slave girls. When she finally escapes, she brings along a hostage. A hostage that is the former heir to the throne, and now leading a rebellion...

  • Review: Operation Prom Date

    Kate is in love with a popular quarterback and she wanted to take him to prom. And for that she needed help. And Cooper needs a rowing partner since his original partner broke his arm. Cooper agrees to help Kate with getting Mick to go to prom with her...

  • Review: The Breaking Light Split City Book 1

    I just wasn't able to finish "The Breaking Light". I got to around 20%. It just didn't work out for me at all. The book started out with the MC being held at knife point by her future love. And that was wonderful..............until.......she couldn't...

  • Review: The Hundredth Queen The Hundredth Queen Series Book 1

    “The Hundredth Queen” is a young adult fantasy. It was beyond fantastic! I wasn't too sure about it when I started, but shortly in, I knew I was going to die hard love it. So I know what you are thinking…why the 4 stars. Although this book has beautiful,...

  • Article: Cave of Secrets $25 Amazon Card & eBook Giveaway From K.H. Mezek

    Enter to win an awesome $25 Amazon Card and an eBook from author K.H. Mezek! Open International Comment Question: If you had the chance to be all-powerful at the price of losing the man you love would you take it? Cave of Secrets - Night Angels Chronicles...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Brett Armstrong

    Hi Brett! Great to have you over to discuss your book "Day Moon" and your career. Please tell us all a bit about "Day Moon". What's your book about? That can be a pretty deep question, but I will stick with the gist of the story: In A.D. 2039, a prodigious...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Jean Baxter

    Hi Jean. It's great to have you over on Night Owl Reviews. Please tell us about your debut book, "Salvageable". Salvageable is the story of eighteen-year-old Michael Jarrid. His pregnant ex-girlfriend wrongly accuses him of fathering her child, and his...

  • Review: Refuge for Masterminds A Stranje House Novel, #3

    Can I scream? YES, YES AND YES this is the story I have been waiting for. Man I really don’t want the Stranje House series to end! I really love how these books have different points of view. You don’t miss anything as the series goes along its way. I...

  • Review: The Romeo Catchers The Casquette Girls Series Book 2

    “The Romeo Catchers” is a great sequel to the The Casquette Girls series. It’s been a while since I read book one so I had to look up what it was about as I didn't remember. And I just didn't have the time to reread book one. This second book was really...

  • Review: It Started with Goodbye

    "It Started With Goodbye", by Christina June, is a glorious coming of age teen story. Tatum is a delightful girl who feels the weight of the world coming down upon her. The author does a good job of portraying her as a realistic teen. Others will definitely...

  • Review: Violet Grenade

    Holy crap, Violet Grenade was crazy. There was so much going on and I got sucked in from the very first page. Victoria Scott wrote an amazing book that kept me on the edge of my seat the whole way through. This is one of those books that will stay with...

  • Article: 2 Book Giveaway: Steeplejack & Firebrand Giveaway by A. J. Hartley

    OUR LUCKY WINNER IS: Kassandra V. The YA series RL Stine can't put down! Thoughtfully imaginative, action-packed, and set in a 19th-century South African fantasy world, Steeplejack by New York Times-bestselling A.J. Hartley was met with resounding critical...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Karen Michelle Nutt

    Hi Karen. It's great to have you over to discuss your life and latest release. Please tell us about "Two Worlds Collided". It's a Time travel romance that takes place in 1997 Los Angeles. Evie Reid, on a whim, agrees to travel back in time to change bad...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Kadee Carder

    Hi Kadee. Thanks for stopping over to share your Young Adult series and life with us. I checked and saw that the series should be read in order. What is it about? Power within her. War without. Between the lines of flirtation and justice, Saylor must...

  • Review: The Art of Holding On and Letting Go

    "The Art of Holding on and Letting Go" is a debut YA novel worth reading. The story revolves around Cara Jenkins a teenage girl and competitive climber. Cara lived with her parents and their friend. But one day after the tragic incident that changed and...

  • Review: You're Welcome, Universe

    “You're Welcome, Universe” started out really well. I really loved how the main character stood up for her friend when it came to a slur. The school was in no hurry to stand up and do anything. I think we all strive to have a friend like that. But around...

  • Review: Just Fly Away

    “Just Fly Away” is a book I thought I was going to end up not finishing. As the ending came near I ended up liking it more than I thought I was going to. Lucy's relationship with her gramps really came through during the story. I really enjoyed how this...

  • Review: Becoming a Legend The Blue Eyes Trilogy, #2

    The series started out intriguing and I had high hopes for it, but I didn't really want to go on to finish the trilogy at the end of the "Becoming a Legend". The premise is interesting and there's lots of excitement, but with all things considered (Ari's...

  • Review: Eerie Eerie, #1

    Eerie is a bit different than other books. The author not only gives you a dark eerie suspense, but it's funny too. The book will have you on the edge of your seat throughout. You may find yourself looking over your shoulder at any little sound and then...

  • Article: Excerpt: Perdition by Lindsey Ouimet

    After the death of her stepfather, Michaela Reilly’s family picks up and moves from the bustling city of Miami to a tiny speck of a town in the middle of nowhere Georgia. Starting over is always hard, but when you’re stuck with an emotionally...

  • Review: Letters to the Lost

    This book, OMG!! I didn't know if this was going to be a win for me. The contemporary YA genre is so hit and miss for me that I usually go into them with the thought that I won't be finishing the book. So when I find something like this that I'm just...

  • Article: Stranje House Novels Giveaway Signed

    THIS GIVEAWAY HAS NOW ENDED. THE AUTHOR SELECTS THE WINNERS AND CONTACTS THEM. Enter to win the first three books in the Stranje House series. Plus a $25 Barnes and Noble Gift Card, Swag, Jane Austen Items and the Mastermind Code Breaking game. The books...

  • Review: Toward a Secret Sky

    Demons, Descriptions, and a Fabulous story await the reader of "Toward a Secret Sky"! It all starts off with Maren moving to Scotland, which let me tell you with the craze that is Outlander I was very happy to have this setting again! Maren as a teenage...

  • Review: Definitions of Indefinable Things

    “Definitions of Indefinable Things” is about a girl who suffers from depression and the boy she falls for who has a pregnant ex-girlfriend. I really didn't think I was going to mesh well with the MC Reggie, but wow how wrong I was. I loved the aspects...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews K.H. Mezek

    Hi K.H., Glad to have you back again. Please tell us about your latest release, "Cave of Secrets" the third NIGHT ANGELS CHRONICLES book. So far, you have battled shadows. Those forces will get stronger. And so shall you. ~ The Medicine Woman Sevenhawks...

  • Review: Recruits Recruits, #1

    I really wanted to like “Recruits”. The premise was very interesting but the writing just didn't work for me. The teens are eighteen years old. So for me, I think this should have been written as a high young adult to even new adult, but the way the story...

  • Review: Hello, Universe

    “Hello, Universe” is a great book. It’s sweet and about friendship. I really liked this one and I don't like many middle grade stories anymore. “Hello, Universe” is a great book and should be added to the school library shelves. It’s about standing up...

  • Review: Fanning the Flames Going Down in Flames

    Note: I haven't read the previous books in this series, so this review will definitely reflect that and readers who have read the previous books should take what I say with a grain of salt. I found it difficult to get into the story. I wasn't sure what...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Zoe Cruz

    Hi Zoe. It's awesome to have you over. With the Beauty and the Beast movie just hitting the big screen the timing for your book "Beastia" is perfect. What is your story about? It's a dark, edgy retelling of Beauty and the Beast. A mean girl from Chicago...

  • Review: For Love and Honor

    I have enjoyed every book that I have read of Jody Hudlund. I loved “For Love and Honor” just as much! This medieval fantasy series is one of my absolute favorites! The author has a way of grabbing you and keeping you reading until the very last page....

  • Review: Seven Days of You

    I went into “Seven Days of You” a little skeptical. The reason being, I thought it was going to be very insta-lovey and melodramatic book. But Vinesse did a great job of writing a very grounded and realistic story that could absolutely happen at this...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews M Black

    Hi M. Black. Thanks for joining us today. Please tell us about "EXOTIQA". What's it about? In a future where humans have robot parts and robots are becoming more humanlike, Fione meets Maci, a Flexbot escaping ImaTech in Canada. When Fione learns the...

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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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