• Review: Royally Roma The Royals Book 1

    I'm sad to say that this one was pretty cheese and had insta-love. But the story redeems these things in spades. This was a great retelling of Roman Holiday, and I just couldn't put it down. Parts of the story were fairly filled with the cheese but it...

  • Review: Hello, Universe

    “Hello, Universe” is a great book. It’s sweet and about friendship. I really liked this one and I don't like many middle grade stories anymore. “Hello, Universe” is a great book and should be added to the school library shelves. It’s about standing up...

  • Review: Baron Dragons of Riddich Book 3

    This book is part of an extremely creative sci fi/fantasy series about dragon shifters, menacing enemies, and humans. It has terrific chases scenes, fighting and a lot of hot sex. Did I mention that dragon shifters are super sexy? The back story is reveled...

  • Review: Gone with the Twins League of Literary Ladies, #5

    The Fifth instalment in the League of Literary Ladies mysteries has the girls reading Margaret Mitchell’s saga of the South, Gone with the Wind. But there’s one situation on South Bass Island that they wish would simply blow over. Kidnapped as teenagers,...

  • Review: The Baker Street Jurors The Baker Street Letters, #5

    So, the real-life 221B Baker Street is not actually the home of the famous detective in real-life London? Oh, ow. I had seen pictures from fans of Sherlock Holmes in London about 221B Baker Street, as well as other famous real-world locations from the...

  • Review: The Undesired

    There were several things I liked about "The Undesired", by Yrsa Sigurdardottir. The setting was really neat. I've never lived, or even visited, a place where it is cold a good deal of the year. I enjoy books about groups of people living together and...

  • Review: The Black Lily Book 1

    "The Black Lily" is one of those books that weeks later you are still thinking of the plot, characters and story line. It's seeped in fantasy and has a dash of fairy tale. Think vampires, Cinderella, and the crown. Our main characters are Arabelle, a...

  • Review: Edge of Power Viking Dystopian Romance, #4

    I'd been looking forward to Wulf's story for a while, especially after what I saw of Kathlyn in the previous book -- but I'm not sure Edge of Power delivers. To be fair, I think it's difficult to live up to expectations when the hero has been an object...

  • Review: Fanning the Flames Going Down in Flames

    Note: I haven't read the previous books in this series, so this review will definitely reflect that and readers who have read the previous books should take what I say with a grain of salt. I found it difficult to get into the story. I wasn't sure what...

  • Review: Dominion of Giants Coloring Book Behemoths of the Fantasy World

    Artist Eric Messinger brings the world of giants to the pages of his first coloring book. The giants are pretty life like and as you add your own colors they can start to pop off the pages. The first part of the book includes some instruction on shading,...

  • Review: Smugglers & Scones Moorehaven Mysteries Book 1

    Morgan C. Talbot introduces the most deliciously literary cozy mystery with this fabulous read. Pippa Winterbourne is one of the most engaging heroines I've ever encountered. Moorehaven is one of the most delightful settings I have ever read about about....

  • Review: Poison My Pretty A Cozy Witch Mystery

    Amity Allen presents a perfectly delightful cozy mystery with the first in her series starring Poppy the former teen tv star. Poppy Parker is a fun and fresh addition to the ranks of amateur sleuths. As a teen celebrity I was expecting her to be a tad...

  • Review: Only a Duke Will Do To Marry a Rogue, #2

    Tamara Gill pens a passionate, complex historical romance. Lady Isolde Worthington is a truly sympathetic heroine, through absolutely no fault of her own she finds her bright and happy future completely dashed and while she doesn't quite let it destroy...

  • Review: Don't Turn Out the Lights Commandant Martin Servaz

    We have a sociopath twisting people around his little finger. But the author puts doubt in your mind as to if the people are manipulating the sociopath or is the sociopath manipulating the people? This causes the investigator, Servaz to constantly be...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Rachel Rawlings

    Hi Rachel. Thanks for joining us on Night Owl Reviews. It's great to have you stop over and share with us. What is your book "Paid In Full" about? "Paid In Full" is the second part in the Jax Rhoades Duology. Caught somewhere between Heaven and Hell,...

  • Review: The Truck Food Cookbook 150 Recipes and Ramblings from America's Best Restaurants on Wheels

    Everyone loves a food truck, right? You can find items on food trucks that you can't find anywhere else. John T Edge has compiled a cookbook filled with food truck recipes from across the country and beyond. There is a table of contents that includes...

  • Review: Dr. Atkins' New Diet Cookbook

    I highly believe that Atkins is a good lifestyle diet for all that ails. It is strange for this cookbook to be a new release when the release date is in 1995, but I am glad to see the reprint. Imagine my surprise when I opened up the book and the first...

  • Review: The Complete Wood Pellet Barbeque Cookbook The Ultimate Guide and Recipe Book for Wood Pellet Grills

    "The Complete Wood Pellet Barbeque Cookbook", by Bob Devon, is so interesting. Wood pellet grill cooking is not something I know a lot about. My husband recently got a grill that uses wood pellets. The diagram of the wood pellet grill is phenomenal. It...

  • Review: The Reluctant Alpha Highland Wolf Clan Series, Book 1

    A.K. Michaels has started a new series with this book, "The Reluctant Alpha". It is the beginning of the Highland Wolf Clan series, focusing on the stories of several of the Highland Wolf Clan. The book is an action packed book with plenty of unexpected...

  • Review: Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

    Imagine my delight and excitement over reading the novel "Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell" by Paul Kane. I am a fan of both Sherlock Holmes and the Hellraiser movies, and I do enjoy Clive Barker’s other works. I anticipated reading a story unlike...

  • Review: The Midwife

    The midwife is written by Katja Kettu and translated by David Hackston. Katja Kettu has written several books and even won a few awards, but "The Midwife" is her first book written in English. Her translator, David Hackston is a freelance translator that...

  • Review: Nico: A Mafia Romance Ruin & Revenge, #1

    NICO is the first book in a new series by Sarah Castille called Ruin & Revenge. The series title is very significant to the entire books and I'm sure it will play out even more in the books to come. Mia is supposed to play the part of the perfect Mafia...

  • Review: Make Me

    "Make Me" by Beth Kery is a long-awaited amalgamation of all 8 of the books in her Make Me serial. Very exciting for me, as I am not a fan of serial series. Harper McFadden has moved to Tahoe Shores after the death of her parents to regroup. She takes...

  • Review: Last Night with the Duke The Rakes of St. James, #1

    Amelia Grey spins a delightful historical romance in this beautiful story. Miss Esmeralda Swift is a strong and capable woman and her prejudice against the titled and wealthy of the Ton makes for a very clear cut obstacle. However the Duke of Griffin...

  • Review: The Burning Page The Invisible Library Novel, #3

    “The Burning Page” by Genevieve Cogman is a wonderful whirlwind ride through alternate worlds and risky situations linked by a reverence for the printed word. I love the way elements of history and fictitious characters are tweaked and melded in these...

  • Review: Pursued A Vampire Blood Courtesans Romance

    Can I just say that I love the whole Blood Courtesans series? Pursued is one of the numerous tales that all include plenty of passion, and more than a little danger. Each tale has it’s own very strong characters, each with their individual motives for...

  • Review: Stealing Mr. Right Penelope Blue, #1

    Tamara Morgan takes readers on a whirlwind ride for this romantic suspense story. Penelope Blue is not your typical heroine. After all she's a thief wanted by the FBI but she is definitely entertaining and determined. Grant Emerson is the type of hero...

  • Review: The Deep End The Honey Series, #1

    "The Deep End" is part of a new series that Kristen Ashley is doing. I wasn’t so sure about it, but I got hooked on the first page. Oliver is a true alpha male but he does have some submissive tendencies he wants to explore. Going to the Honey Club gives...

  • Review: Dead and Breakfast A Merry Ghost Inn Mystery

    "Dead and Breakfast" is a cozy mystery about Melanie West, a thirty-two divorcee who opens up a bed-and-breakfast with her grandmother. While they’re renovating a bedroom, they stumble upon a skeleton—the murdered body of the last owner’s wife and take...

  • Review: Blown Away A Kite Shop Mystery, #1

    "Blown Away" is the first book in the new Kite Mystery series. It’s about Emmy Adler, a twenty something kite shop owner, who stumbles upon a dead body on her morning walk. The dead body turns out to be her best friend’s ex-boyfriend and she must find...

  • Review: A Measure of Murder A Sally Solari Mystery

    "A Measure of Murder" is the second book in the Sally Solari Mystery series. Sally, now juggling her time between two restaurants, decides to join her ex-boyfriend’s choir. While at rehearsal, a mean tenor drops dead and his girlfriend thinks it was murder...

  • Review: Pop Goes the Murder A Popcorn Shop Mystery, #2

    "Pop Goes the Murder" is a cozy mystery about Rebecca Anderson, a gourmet popcorn entrepreneur, whose ex-husband, Antoine, asks her to be on his popular cooking show. Things take a dark turn when Antoine’s assistant is found murdered and the police think...

  • Review: Into the Fire A Night Prince Novel, #4

    This was the fourth installment and final book in the Night Prince series. This picks up where the last book left off. Leila's fate is in the hands of the bad guy and Vlad will not stand for that. What follows is a fast paced and exciting story that takes...

  • Review: A Bridge Across the Ocean

    This story goes back and forth between World War II and the present day. Simone Devereux watched her father and brother gunned down by the Gestapo. She spent four months hiding from the Germans until the end of the war. Annaliese Kurtz’s family agreed...

  • Review: The Rock Maiden A Chinese Tale of Love and Loyalty

    "The Rock Maiden", by Natasha Yim, is a delightful legend with Chinese origins. The pictures are pretty and quaint, much like the story. I like the simple words and the tale of loyalty and love. While this story is fiction, it is based on a true story....

  • Review: The Road to Enchantment

    "The Road to Enchantment" is partly a coming of age tale, filled with angst and turmoil, highlighting Willow’s struggles in school, her relationship with her father and mother, and the despair Willow feels after being yanked away from the life she knew...

  • Review: I'll Be Damned How My Young and Restless Life Led Me to America's #1 Daytime Drama

    Eric Braeden, best known for his role as Victor Newman on ‘The Young and the Restless’, has a favorite phrase both he and his notorious character, are famous for -“I’ll be Damned”. The book's introduction recalls Eric’s receiving a star on the Hollywood...

  • Review: The Holver Alley Crew Streets of Maradaine, #1

    "The Holver Alley Crew" is an Urban Fantasy about The Rynax brothers, who want to get on the straight and narrow and decide to open up a legitimate shop, but a great fire happens, ruining their hopes, dreams and future and they have to go back to their...

  • Review: Till Death

    Jennifer L. Armentrout delivers a spectacular suspense story with this fabulous contemporary. Sasha is such a deep and well developed heroine. I thoroughly enjoyed how we found out about her past little by little there wasn't just a huge information dump...

  • Review: Thousand Star Hotel

    The Okee Dokee Brothers are amazing! I love the raised lettering and bright, colorful picture on the front. What a great way to let children predict what the story will be about. The muskrats are adorable. It's funny that they are married and squabbling....

  • Review: Charming Sir Charles Dashing Widows Book 5

    "Charming Sir Charles" by Anna Campbell is the fifth book in the wonderful Dashing Widows series. I love Anna’s novellas because they are sweet, charming, and packed with a lot of heart. Since all her characters are so likeable, I was really thrilled...

  • Review: When A Lioness Pounces A Lion's Pride Book 6

    WOOHOO! What a wild ride! I have loved author Eve Langlais and her Lion’s Pride series from the very first. "When a Lioness Pounces" in the sixth book in this fabulous series. In this book, we get to know the highly sarcastic, very determined lioness...

  • Review: King's Captive

    Well this was a mind freak of a read. The incident that leads to the current circumstances is meted out in memory flashes that are out of sequence and paint a bloody picture of Julius King, Sarah Mercedes “host” and captor. Three years she’s been on his...

  • Review: Beauty of the Beast Fairy Tale Retellings Book 1

    Beauty of the Beast is yet another retelling of the the classic Beauty and the Beast tale. It's a dark, sensual and haunting retelling. Adam is a pitiful, anguished creature. Isabelle is more than the classic beauty. Her strength has been forged in pain....

  • Review: Bedchamber Games The Rakes of Cavendish Square, #3

    This is a fun series but there are some things that I didn't care for. Once you find that special one, sleeping around with woman after woman doesn't say much for Lord Lawrence. I know he's supposedly the catch of the day but come on. Anyway, I found...

  • Review: Talking in Code

    The concept of this book really drew me in but unfortunately the execution didn't work for me. It was unique in that this book starts with this poly relationship already established. Tim and Richard had been together 20 years and they had brought Eric...

  • Review: Unrequited Mate Turnskin University #1 and ROAR #10

    This story is in a spin off series from the series ROAR. It’s based at the university Trueskin and it’s a fun paranormal. Pretty much all the characters are college students and everyone at Trueskin is a shifter. There are references to characters in...

  • Review: The Jaguar's Mate Shifters-Match.com Book 3

    April Zyon is on to something with this series. I just love the concept of the Shifters-Match.Com dating service and having shifters and humans matching up for a HEA. If only it were so in real life. Quinn has been on the run and in WITSEC ever since...

  • Review: The Forgotten Wild Mountain Shifters Book 5

    If I haven’t said this before, I absolutely love Sara Anderson! This is one author whose books I get excited over scheduling, and since I haven’t done reviews for the first 4 in the series, you can bet they are coming. Sara has a way of sucking me into...

  • Review: The Year of Loving

    Sarah's life is a mess. Anything and everything that could go wrong does. Her relationship with her daughters is terrible and getting worse. Her Ex husband is constantly making her life hell, through whatever means necessary. Her best friend is fighting...

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Dreamweaver by CS Friedman


When Jessica Drake learned that her DNA didn’t match that of her parents, she had no idea that investigating her true heritage would put her family’s lives in danger, and ultimately force her to cross into another world.

There, in an alternate Earth dominated by individuals with frightening mental powers called Gifts, Jessica learned of a curse within her blood, one so terrifying that all who possessed it were destroyed on sight. For she is a Dreamwalker, and the same dark Gift that allows her to enter the dreams of others will eventually destroy her mind and spread insanity to all around her. 

Now the deadly wraiths known as reapers, createdto hunt down the last Dreamwalkers, are starting to target her family. In order to destroy them she must seek out a mysterious shapeshifting tower where the secret of the reapers’ creation—and her own Dreamwalker heritage—can be found. Joining forces once more with the ex-Shadow Isaac and loremaster Sebastian, she travels to the Badlands, a region on the alternate Earth from which no traveler has ever returned.

But her efforts to unlock the secrets of the past will soon ignite the flames of an ancient war, as the deadand the undead gather to fight their final battle against the Dreamwalkers—with Jessica and Isaac on the front lines, and the fate of her entire homeworld at stake.

Last Ascension by Rebecca Royce


Lael Hudson has had enough. He made a terrible mistake years earlier and has never been able to forgive himself. His brothers don’t trust him and life seems like a series of pointless encounters—one after another, all meaningless. Until he makes a decision—leave the Guardians forever. Start a new life, one of his own making.

Margot Fox woke up one day in a small apartment in a city she didn’t recognize without any memories at all. She has one piece of paper in her pocket warning her of danger. What is she to do? When the little money she does have runs out she has no choice but to seek help outside, which is when she runs smack into Lael Hudson.

Despite his decision to stay out of Guardian affairs, Lael can’t deny his super human powers make him want to protect the woman who is convinced she must have been abducted by aliens. Together, they will discover the truth is more heinous than either of them could have imagined and that they will have to face the truth of their pasts if they ever to have a future.

*Please note, this book has been previously published by a publisher that has closed. Everything remains the same, even the cover*

Olivia's Escape by Cindy A. Matthews, Adrian J. Matthews

Seventeen-year-old Olivia Brown is abducted on her way home from a night out and wakes up to find herself imprisoned by a vampiric race in a dark city bathed in eternal night. Hernando, a handsome half-human slave, reveals what is intended for her - they want her blood for the upcoming festival. Together they escape, and find friends and allies in unexpected places.

Joining a resistance cell, they help plot a revolution and fall in love. Their group plans to take control of the Portal, a teleportation device that links Earth to the world of BloodDark. Getting into the City of Night is a challenge. A narrow window of opportunity opens - but what awaits them in the caverns located deep beneath the city?

Will Olivia and Hernando survive the battle? If she returns to Earth, will Olivia ever see Hernando again?

Kum Long Point Pencil Sharpener

This automatic long point pencil container sharpeners made from polystyrene. It comes in container shape. The blades are made of high-carbon steel, therefore long-lasting and very sharp. Dynamic torsion action built into each blade makes for a smoother, cleaner cut. Compact and portable, suitable for school, home or office use.

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