Tag: dark fantasy

Iron Maiden by James Alderdice

Iron Maiden by James Alderdice

You can take the girl out of the dragon, but you can’t take the dragon out of the girl… Aisha has the blood of dragons in her veins, but its only ever brought pain and hardship despite giving her incredible powers. Now she wants to serve her country and atone for past sins but things never go how they should. When she rides into the […]

January 20, 2021 / 0 Comments
The Maiden of Caldara by Mackenzie Friel

The Maiden of Caldara by Mackenzie Friel

Is this mystery maiden really the key to Caldara’s survival? And why can’t Silas shake the feeling there’s more about her than he’s been led to believe? “Silas, you must travel to the tall mountains of the west. There you will find a maiden with fire in her eyes. You must bring her back no matter the cost; only she can save us now.” Silas […]

January 5, 2021 / 0 Comments
Wolves at Bay by Jacque Stevens

Wolves at Bay by Jacque Stevens

I looked at the monster and the child I had created and I saw what I had feared the most. Isabelle Berger has given birth to a litter of beasts with the power to kill over a hundred people. She knows she should be just as excited as her husband, but a dark secret lurks in her mind that could shatter their happy ending. Rating: […]

June 25, 2020 / 0 Comments
Between Dog and Wolf by Jacque Stevens

Between Dog and Wolf by Jacque Stevens

I looked between the monster and the girl and I wasn’t sure which one I was. Isabelle Berger is a beast with the power to kill over a hundred people. She uses her new power to defend her village from rogue wolves, but starts to lose her humanity in the process. When outside pressures of the war-torn country seep in, Isabelle must choose between defending […]

June 11, 2020 / 0 Comments
Depths by Jacque Stevens

Depths by Jacque Stevens

I always knew this day would come. That just as my hair lengthened and my curves formed, I would make the transition from girl to woman. To siren. Arianna is the youngest daughter of a siren. To become a siren herself, she must kill a man and sacrifice his heart to the God of the Deep. But she never expected to be assigned to kill […]

April 23, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Usurper by James Alderdice

The Usurper by James Alderdice

Introducing the Usurper King… And the Road to the Crown is paved in blood… The Fates weave a tapestry of life and death for young Gathelaus the Sellsword. Now an unexpected opportunity presents itself for the famed mercenary, he has but to claim the blood red crown… But once you wear the crown, how long can you hold it until that power is turned against […]

April 22, 2020 / 0 Comments
Wrath by James Alderdice

Wrath by James Alderdice

This is not his land. This is not his fight. But he will cover it in blood… The Sellsword knows injustice when he sees it. When he rides into the borders of Marence, he discovers that his enemies have a cruel reach even outside his homeland. Warring factions jostle for position, taking advantage of creeping chaos across the nations, and he wants no part of […]

April 21, 2020 / 0 Comments
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing by Jacque Stevens

Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing by Jacque Stevens

I looked between the monster and the man and I didn’t care what anyone else thought. I knew which one I wanted. Isabelle Berger knows there is a beast in the woods with the power to kill over a hundred people. She wants to marry him, but inadvertently strips him of his powers in the process. Leaving them both open when a deadly new wolf […]

March 26, 2020 / 0 Comments
Cry Wolf by Jacque Stevens

Cry Wolf by Jacque Stevens

I looked between the monster and the man, and I knew at once who was the beast. Isabelle Berger grew up hearing stories of a legendary beast who killed over a hundred people. When a new wolf is spotted near the forest, the men of her village are convinced that another monster is on the rise. Isabelle is less certain, until her father is killed […]

March 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
Circus of the Dead, Book 4 by Kimberly Loth

Circus of the Dead, Book 4 by Kimberly Loth

Being dead definitely has its disadvantages. Number one being that I have to wait until the full moon to kick Benny’s ass. What right did he have to kill me? None. Not only that, I was his thirteenth kill, so he’s alive instead. Not for long, if I have my way. With Lorena gone, the island has taken on a life of its own and […]

March 3, 2020 / 0 Comments