Month: January 2018

Top 10 YA Fiction Series

Top 10 YA Fiction Series   1. The Arcana Chronicles By New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole: A dark, post-apocalyptic world scorched by the sun + fascinating characters based off the major arcana in the tarot deck + an endless war= an action-packed adventure brimming with romance, mystery, suspense, and fantasy all rolled into one wicked and addictive series.  View on Amazon   2. The White Rabbit Chronicles By New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter: A startling, unique, and dark twist on Alice in Wonderland + zombies + a tattooed bad-boy named Cole Holland= a thrilling, fun,...

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5 Star Review of Rocco by Sarah Castille

Rocco is the third novel in the Ruin and Revenge series by New York Times bestselling author Sarah Castille. Rocco, also known as Frankie, is a hardened and cold mafia enforcer for the Toscanis in Las Vegas. His childhood was devoid of comfort and love, and his future appeared to be heading that direction…

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Review of Good Intentions by Brenda K. Davies

Good Intentions is the first book in the Road to Hell series by USA Today bestselling author Brenda K. Davies. The story follows River, a young woman who shoulders the responsibility of caring for her two younger siblings and mother in post-apocalyptic New England.

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Review of Close Liaisons by Anna Zaires

Close Liaisons is the first novel in the Krinar Chronicles series by New York Times bestselling author Anna Zaires. This turbulent story follows Mia Stalis, a young human woman attending college as a psychology major, and Korum- a charismatic, dangerous, and forbidden extraterrestrial. A charmed childhood with loving parents, an impressive college experience, a close best friend, and a future mapped out-

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Review of The Protector by Elin Peer

The Protector is the first novel in the Men of the North series by author Elin Peer. The story takes place 400 years in the future in what was once known as the United States. In this time, women are the primary rulers of the world, and the number of men have dwindled considerably. However, in a place known as the Northlands-

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