Estep knows how to write smooth storylines with kick-ass heroines that you can’t get enough of therefore, book two, Dark Heart of Magic was on the top of my to-read list.
Maria Dahvana Headley’s imagination and creativeness is through the roof! “Magonia” is wholly original and enticing.
“A Reluctant Assassin” is a dystopian novel set in a future United States where monarchs rule, women wear big dresses, and princes must marry to become kings. The story opens at a ball where 25 of the most eligible ladies have been selected from the kingdom in order that the prince might choose his bride. Only, one of them isn’t really a wealthy noble; she is an orphan plucked from the streets and trained to assassinate the prince….
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“The Chessman” is the ninth book in the “Jack Haldean Mystery” series. Set in the 1920s, Jack, a detective novelist, is called in to help solve a murder case involving a body, a church, and a ton of lilies. When one murder spawns into many more, each marked with a chess piece, Jack must track down the serial killer before all his pieces are wiped off the board.
In “The Death House” by Sarah Pinborough, 16-year-old Toby’s life was normal before—family, high school, friends, crushes, and routine blood tests. However, his life is flipped upside down after one blood test reveals that he has the Defective gene. No one wants the Defective gene.
“Ruthless” is a contemporary thriller that reads fast and packs one hell of a punch. It’s definitely not a book for younger children because of the violent and dark nature of Ruth’s abduction…
“The Empress Game” by Rhonda Mason is a wonderfully intense work of science fiction. It will get under your skin and leave you wanting more. Filled with fighting, politics, and just the right amount of romance, this book will stay with you long after you finish reading it.
If you’re looking for a quick, fun, and funny read, “Bad Taste in Boys” is definitely for you.
“Cold Burn of Magic” is dark – and funny. Murder isn’t taboo; it’s a way of life in Lila’s world.