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Olympian Challenger ARC

Olympian Challenger Cover

I have another review for you today thanks to NetGalley. Mythology is one of my favorite things. I was so excited to read this book. Olympian Challenger by Astrid Arditi is a more grown-up version of Percy Jackson, bringing the Gods into the present. After receiving a mysterious invitation, Hope Diaz … Continue reading

Iron and Magic ARC

Iron and Magic ARC

I was fortunate enough to get an advance copy of Ilona Andrews book Iron and Magic through NetGalley. If you’ve read the Kate Daniel’s books, you probably have very strong feelings about Hugh D’Ambray. Iron and Magic flips all of that upside down. Hugh’s struggling to find his footing without Roland … Continue reading

Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day Mothers are special. They have a certain kind of motherly magic that gives them the ability to kiss boo-boos and make them better, comfort us when we think the world is ending and help guide us through this crazy thing we call life with wise words or a … Continue reading

Z – Zodiac Conformity Agreement

Z - Zodiac Conformity Agreement

Zodiac Conformity Agreement “Long ago we used the stars to predict the weather, celestial events, and even natural disasters. It’s only natural that we looked to the stars to learn more about ourselves too. That’s my job. I research your astrological charts and provide potential matches once you reach your … Continue reading

Y – Yinepu I Command You

Y - Yinepu I Command You

Yinepu I Command You I read the passage in the scroll one more time and summoned Yinepu, the Egyptian God of the dead. The circle of candles died out. Smoke swirled concentrating in the middle of the circle. A man solidified from the smoke. His bare chest showed tanned muscle, … Continue reading

X – Xiphoid Symbiosis

x - xiphoid symbiosis

Xiphoid Symbiosis He would wake up in an hour. I had to put as much distance between us as I could. During the meteor shower last night he snapped, worse than ever before. If I didn’t get out now, I’d only be leaving in a body bag. I grabbed the … Continue reading