Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

Superors: The Potent
Kaitlyn
Turnboo

FANTASY:  Dolton Carter has just finished his junior year in high school and  discovered that for his summer break he gets to babysit his nephew, while his friends have better plans. He meets a boy about his age on the basketball court and discovers that there are truly evil creatures of the night, as well as half-breeds who work to save the last remaining humans.

Kailigh successfully raised three daughters in the wilds. Protecting them is proving to be a bit more difficult, especially now  they have reached courting age. Steering clear of a renegade with rich investors, seeking to take her youngest? Damn near impossible, and not over her dead body!

Silver hasn’t exactly had the cleanest past. He knows it is true and admits it, but now things are different. After years of working as a thief, Silver has finally cleaned up his act and found a “pack” he can call his own, in the form of a shifter indie-rock band. Things are going well until  his “god” appears with a request he cannot refuse: steal an ancient artifact from the Russian Mafia.

Ivy Wilde is almost relieved when she is expelled from the Hallowed Order of Magical Enlightenment. A free spirit, she could no longer be controlled by rules and regulations. When Ivy’s friend is summoned out of town by the Order, she commandeers Ivy to check on and feed her feline familiar.

Conn is a Fenian Warrior right out of Celtic mythology, but he’s made a mistake that has altered the threads of time. As punishment for his poor judgment, he must travel into modern times and set one person on the proper path.

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