Don’t Hex and Drive is the second book in the series Stay A Spell in which we follow each sister as they find romance. Here we follow Isadore and the sexy vampire Devraj.
You need a vampire to catch a vampire.
As some of you may know I have been struggling mental health wise. And at the start of May, as I was preparing to jump on my intended high fantasy TBR, my reading mood took a left turn and I acquired a bunch of Urban Fantasy to satisfy my need. But what was that need?… Continue reading The Promised Land of Urban Fantasy for Me This May| Plus Some Books I’ve Read in the Subgenre | #WyrdandWonder
A lot of the time WordPress tells me that I have unknown search terms. Which personally I find quite obnoxious. Like hello, here you have 40 searches, but all are unknown. Thanks, that is so helpful… On occasion however I do see a search term. Often about spoiler reviews which, no, I rarely do. However… Continue reading Urban Fantasy vs Epic Fantasy | Diving Into Subgenres
For now, Wild Country is the last book in the World of the Others.
Mob stories aren’t normally for me but I fell in love with the characters of Jade City.
David Mogo, Godhunter is an interesting own voices fantasy novel set in our world, that with a bit of extra attention could have been great.
How did I like Trail of Lightning that I read for the #wyrdandwonder readalong?
Lord of Shadows is a very solid, all encompassing book that ends up slamming right into you at the end. Read this if you already have book 3 in your possession. I warn you.
Is there a difference between Urban Fantasy and Contemporary Fantasy?