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Review: ‘Death and the Girl Next Door’ by Darynda Jones

Rating: 3 The Low Down: Lorelei McAlister lives with her grandparents in the smaller than small town of Riley’s Switch, New Mexico. Her parents disappeared ten years ago, and, though Lorelei was with them at the time, she remembers nothing at all... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Guardians: The Girl’ (Guardians #1) by Lola St. Vil

Emerson Baxter does not have the most auspicious of beginnings. The product of a rape, she is being raised by her single mother and doesn’t know (or want to know) her father. She lives in New York City and attends the Livingston Academy on a partial... Read More | Share it now!

Q&D Review: ‘Immortal City’ by Scott Speer #ATBF

Rating: 3.5 Best Thang ‘Bout It: Angels are hot as hell right now, ’tis true. This series takes a very interesting look at what would happen if angels were known to exist by the GP and became celebrities and ran a “pay-to-save”... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Betrayed’ by Ednah Walters

A continuation of the Guardian Legacy series, Betrayed picks up where Awakened left off. ***THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE FIRST BOOK.*** Lil now knows the identity of her father – and it does NOT make her happy.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Angel Evolution’ by David Estes

Taylor Kingston is off to college, away from her slightly over-protective Dad and the memories of her Mom, who died when Taylor was thirteen. It would be great if she would leave the recurring dream of the menacing snake behind as well, but that... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Neophyte’ by Emmalee Aple

So, you die. And now, you’re an angel. Sort of. Addisyn White perished just a few months shy of her high school graduation. Reborn as a neophyte, she has a few years to lose her humanness and become a full-fledged angel. She lives with her Link,... Read More | Share it now!

The Angel Angle: The Infernal Devices and The Mortal Instruments (Part 1 of a Series)

While wandering through the stacks of books that were out last Christmas at my local Barnes & Noble, I saw a book in the Young Adult section that immediately drew my attention. Disregarding the old saying about judging and books and covers, the... Read More | Share it now!