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Warrior Angel Cover Reveal!

This is the sixth and final book in my epic YA Urban Fantasy series, Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman. Kamlyn's journey comes to an end as she battles the fallen angels for the fate of humanity and her world. Available for pre-order on Kindle tomorrow! Coming this November 22nd! Catch up on the series now for free through Kindle Unlimited, or start with Broken Angel for only $0.99. They make for a great Halloween season read with fallen angels, demons, witches, werewolves, vampires, ghosts, mermaids, fairies, and more!

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Book Review: “Lore” by Alexandra Bracken

This is one of the best books I have read in a very long time (and I'm not just saying that because I am Greek, although it didn't hurt that I had ties to the story). If you love mythology mixed with YA Urban Fantasy then this is a great read for you! With a strong female heroine, a sexy love interest, and a fight to survive, "Lore" definitely kept the pages turning late into the night!

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Book Review: “What Once Was Mine” by Liz Braswell

FIVE STARS This Twisted Tale was set up a little differently than the others. It starts with a young girl who has cancer and her brother. While she gets treatments he reads her Rapunzel, her favorite story. He's tired of it so he decided to make up a Rapunzel story that's different. That's how we… Continue reading Book Review: “What Once Was Mine” by Liz Braswell

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Book Review: “Go the Distance” by Jen Calonita

Hercules was one of my favorite 90s Disney movies. It wasn't your typical princess story, but if you equate being a Greek god to being a princess then it kind of was. I am Greek and I love mythology, so I was very excited to dive into this Twisted Tale as I make my way through the series. And let me tell you, the author delivered and more!

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Book Review: The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young

I wish I had read this book right after Sky in the Deep. I would have spent less time asking who people were from the last story and how it's related to this story. But I think I figured it out somewhat still. I read this almost a year after its previous book...