Tag: coming of age

It Needs to Look Like We Tried by Todd Robert Petersen

It Needs to Look Like We Tried by Todd Robert Petersen

Everyone has a dream, an idea, a goal. But what happens when those desires are thwarted, when dreams and goals fall apart? A fastidious man takes a detour on the way to his father’s wedding and kicks off a series of events that ricochets from the bride to her real estate clients; to a crazed former homeowner and his sister-in-law’s reality TV lover; to a […]

April 27, 2018 / 0 Comments
Shoot the Moon by Kate Watson

Shoot the Moon by Kate Watson

A high stakes story about the cost of winning and the price of redemption. Despite what his brother and his sponsor think, Tate isn’t an addict. He has the 30-day chip to prove it. But when his father learns Tate’s been running an illegal card room out of a friend’s dorm to pay off old gambling debts, Tate is cut off. With his family no […]

February 6, 2018 / 0 Comments
Stone Bearers: The Queen’s Gift by Jacque Stevens

Stone Bearers: The Queen’s Gift by Jacque Stevens

What will he have to become to survive? It seemed like a simple plan. After leaving his home in the elven forest, Drynn was called as a magical avatar—a bearer. He now wants to learn all about magic and so does his new human friend. Drynn also wants to discover the remaining mysteries behind his mother’s curse and so does his elder brother. The human […]

January 23, 2018 / 0 Comments
Sea So Blue by Nichole Giles

Sea So Blue by Nichole Giles

Caspian is looking for his mother. Snatched from the beach as a child and raised as a half-breed Mer-Prince in the long-lost city of Atlantis, his turn to rule is coming fast. Caspian learns that the Mer in Oceania have found a method to visit land—a practice forbidden in Atlantis—and later return to the sea. Unfortunately, the “magic” method involves poison so potent that only […]

December 7, 2017 / 0 Comments
Stone Bearers: The Queen’s Opal by Jacque Stevens

Stone Bearers: The Queen’s Opal by Jacque Stevens

Elves never use magic or leave the forest. They aren’t supposed to get sick either, but Drynn’s mother just died from a mysterious illness, which has targeted the elven queens for generations. With no female heir left, the symbol of the curse—a green stone called the Queen’s Opal—passes to Drynn. Unwilling to lose another family member, Drynn’s impulsive and overprotective brother drags him out of […]

December 5, 2017 / 0 Comments
Blemish by Jewel Allen

Blemish by Jewel Allen

In 1909 Philippines, seventeen-year-old Maristella Garcia has everything a debutante could wish for—a handsome beau, a riverfront mansion, and a promising future—until she’s diagnosed with leprosy and banished to the remote leper colony of Culion. As she adjusts to her harsh new life, she unexpectedly finds beauty and friendship, falling in love with the enigmatic Basilio Flores. But marriage is forbidden between patients, forcing Maristella […]

December 4, 2017 / 0 Comments
Death’s Betrayal by Janeal Falor

Death’s Betrayal by Janeal Falor

Ryn finally has a name, and a chance at life now that Daros has been taken to the dungeons. Or at least she did until he escaped. Not knowing whether to be scared or filled with rage, Ryn sets her guards out to find him. As much as she wants to help, Ryn must be the Queen her people needs. Or try to be. There’s […]

August 17, 2017 / 0 Comments
Trials of a Teenage Werevulture by Emily Martha Sorensen

Trials of a Teenage Werevulture by Emily Martha Sorensen

Lisette was expecting to be a werehawk. Now she’s a werevulture. Sure, she can still fly, but the garbage looks delicious. And everyone’s afraid of her! Okay, everyone’s afraid of her best friend, too, but her best friend chose to be a banshee. Then the mysterious Rarity Clan invites her to join. They offer her friendship, and the ultimate secret: how to be turned a […]

June 7, 2017 / 0 Comments
Seeking Mansfield by Kate Watson

Seeking Mansfield by Kate Watson

Sixteen-year-old Finley Price has perfected two things: how to direct a world-class production, and how to fly way, way under the radar. The only person who ever seems to notice Finley is her best friend and godparents’ son, Oliver Bertram. Since Finley moved in with her godparents after the death of her father, she and Oliver have grown close. If Finley could just take Oliver’s […]

May 18, 2017 / 0 Comments
Death’s Queen by Janeal Falor

Death’s Queen by Janeal Falor

An assassin without a name, born to kill. Owned by a vicious man who refuses to call her anything but girl, she is forced to commit atrocious acts of violence. Vowing to take her future into her own hands, the seventeen-year-old decides to risk everything on one act of defiance—drinking from The Death Drink. The beverage kills most whose lips touch it—only allowing those who […]

March 8, 2017 / 0 Comments