By Isa Medina
The Institute is in trouble, and I'm the only one free to do something about it.
With the walls closing in on all sides, it's up to me to solve the mystery of the Institute's "curse" and find out who's behind it.
Miss Sharp's Monsters
Author: Susannah Rowntree
Genre: Historical Urban Fantasy
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Elizabeth Sharp is a lady’s maid. Sort of. Marked by the werewolf scars across her face two years before, she is seen…
The Black Veins
Dead Magic #1
I'm not normally one for Young Adult books. Being an old fart, I often have a hard time relating to the kind of issues young people face simply by virtue of being young. That said, I'm…
Chase the Dark
Steel & Stone #1
Guest review by Constance Lopez
If I had to sum this book up in one word, it would be ‘intense’. Like… whoa.
When Piper and two daemons are framed when the Sahar Stone, a powerful artifact, goes missing, they must…
by Isa Medina
Careful what you wish for...
It’s been four weeks since I began working at the Institute, and so far Aidan’s been ignoring me, nobody will give me the password to the Institute’s database, and I’m stuck on reception desk duty, leaving me eager for…
By Graham Austin-King
John Carver has three rules: Don't drink in the daytime, don't gamble when the luck has gone, and don't talk to the dead people who come to visit.
It has been almost five years since the incident in Kabul. Since the magic stirred within…
by Isa Medina
I am quickly becoming a big fan of Isa Medina's Magical Artifacts Institute series of novellas, as you can probably tell by my review of the first book Finding Fae Artififacts.
The sequel carries off where the first left as main character Maddie arrives…
Author: K.F. Breene
Genre: Paranormal Women's Fiction
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For those of you not in the know PWF is basically Urban Fantasy, but with the main character being a middle-aged woman.…
by Isa Medina.
I never really liked the term "guilty pleasure" because it not only implies I'm reading the wrong books but also that I should feel guilty about it for some reason. Whilst I do enjoy reading gritty fantasy, I prefer stories of hope and…
Guest Review by Keyla Damaer
Detective Inspector Hunter Davis’s colleague was murdered as the reader finds out in the opening scene of this story. At the end of the funeral, he promises his late colleague and friend’s wife to find the murderer. From here…
Ties of Blood and Bone
Books of Binding #2
This story begins shortly after the previous one ended, and it introduces a slew of new characters. There's a little bit more romance in this than in the previous book, and while it's important to the…