eARC Review: Fourteen Summers by Quinn Anderson

Fourteen Summers by Quinn Anderson Published by: Riptide Publishing Publication Date:  May 21st 2018 Genres: New Adult, LGBTQ+, Romance Format: eBook Rating: Date Read: 7/06/2018 Links: Goodreads | Netgalley | Booktopia Identical twins Aiden and Max Kingsman have been a matched set their whole lives. When they were children, … Continue reading →</a

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Sorcerous Rivalry by Kayleigh Nicol

A young wizard is forced to fight his murderous, more powerful siblings for survival. Magic is outlawed and most of the kingdom’s wizards have been killed off by mage-hunters. Young Reshi is one of many illegitimate children of the king, who happen to have magic powers. They’ve grown up apart and in hiding. When Reshi

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Review: Where Hope Begins by Catherine West

          Synopsis: In the aftermath of her husband’s act of adultery and abandonment, Savannah must finally face the ghosts that haunt her and discover for herself whether authentic faith, grace, and ultimate healing really do exist. When her husband of twenty-one years leaves her, Savannah Barrington believes she’s lost almost everything

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The Mermaid by Christina Henry (Review)

19.06.2018 / Titan Books / Fantasy Re-Imagining / Paperback / 336pp / 978-1785655708 Target Audience: Readers who love re-imaginings of many different designs. A classic story given a healthy dash of magic and brought to a modern audience. About The Mermaid Once there was a fisherman who lived on a cold and rocky coast and……

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Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe ~ Preston Norton

Rating: 3/5 This book is not the most light-hearted of teen fiction, but the caper-like feel certainly gives readers a reprieve from the heavy topics. **Trigger warning for suicide talk** Cliff, commonly known to Happy Valley High School, is often referred to as Neanderthal, both behind his back and in his presence. He is an

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