Reviews - Young Adult / New Adult

Path to Old Talbot

Charity knows what it is like to grow up in a dysfunctional household with a father who is always on the brink of a mental collapse. No longer able to live in worry and fear, Charity and her mother, Isadora, move to a house in Isadora’s old neighborhood. There they discover a portal to the Talbot of the past. As they explore this old world, they make friends and relationships along the way.


INSPIRATIONAL:  Marissa is your typical teenager. She goes to school, has friends, loving parents she doesn’t always get along with (her mom especially), and a crush on her school’s bad boy. Life is going as usual until her parents decide to send her to Lima—a decision that will change Marissa’s life.

Summer McCalister has made it a habit of ignoring the people from her small town. If you are going to be the niece of the town crazy, you’ve got to have thick skin, right? Only now Summer knows her Uncle Jake isn’t as crazy as everyone thinks. She knows the rugged rocky landscape called Jake’s Hell is actually home to the alien city Daneye, as well as her bond-mate Bentri.

Fighting Fate

PARANORMAL:  Liam Whelan knows he must do anything it takes to protect Laxshmi “Lucky” Kapadia, even if it means stopping the joining and breaking her heart. Unfortunately, Lucky’s empathic abilities are waking and attracting attention from several directions. As Minister Gagliardi schemes to take Lucky away, Liam will have to decide who to trust and what to reveal to protect his “one”.

PARANORMAL/HORROR:  Cain has a curse upon his head and whoever has the misfortune of killing him will receive the curse sevenfold. Lamech is that unlucky soul and with Cain’s death finds himself reawakened as a vampire. He leaves his mortal wives and is searching for something he can’t explain when he stumbles on Lilith—a promising witch—and falls in love with the maiden.