Archive Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Guardian Series by Mandie Stevens (books 1-3)


“This page-turner breathes fresh new life into paranormal reads, with a fabulous melding of the angel versus demon and supernatural beings genres.” – Mama’s Got Flair
Books 1 – 3 of The Guardian series

Eva doesn’t claim to be a good guardian angel, but she tries. After she loses two charges, the Powers That Be begin to doubt her abilities. To redeem herself, Eva sets out to rescue Elsie, granddaughter of the former king of the Fae. A demon has kidnapped Elsie to complete an ancient ritual that will allow him to slip through the veil between Earth and Hell during the Sturgeon moon.
Thomas, an angel liaison, finally lands his first mission. But when he’s paired with the angel responsible for his uncle’s death, he has to put aside their differences to get the job done. With unlikely friends in tow, Eva and Thomas are in a race against time. Save Elsie, save the world—oh, and save Eva’s job.

Eva and Thomas are getting on each others’ nerves. The two angels need a break, badly, but being bound to each other by magic means no separate vacations. To make things worse, when Thomas is charmed by a Succubus, their powers are compromised, making them a target for the local demonic population in Italy.
When their assignment to save a soul from Hell brings them face-to-face with someone from Thomas’ past, Eva is confronted with a choice: complete the mission and safe-guard their charge, or save her partner, the one being with whom she’s ever truly connected.

Curse of the Tolomato Cemetery :
Eva and Thomas are used to dealing with things that go bump in the night, but on an unexpected day off, the last thing they expect to encounter are vampire pirates–and Thomas’ old flame. When the vampires capture that ex-lover, the two must brave a haunted cemetery to stop the quest and save the day.

This book is 18+ due to language and suggested sex.

Successful to Burnt Out: Experiences of Women on the Autism Spectrum

Indie Author Karletta Abianac is a blogger, writer, and former public speaker from Queensland, Australia.
As a teenager, she wrote and produced a street zine in Brisbane called Cookies Youth Magazine. Karletta has long been a community activist; in 2003, she received a Queensland Government Youth Up-Front Award for her “Volunteer Work and Commitment to Social Change”, and her first full-length book was entitled Fill in the Gaps – Guide to Community Event Management.
Karletta received an autism diagnosis as an adult, and her Autism memoir series draws on that experience. In her free time, Karletta enjoys writing poetry, practicing Egyptian hieroglyphs and collecting rocks near her home in Brisbane

The Weeping Bridge by Adria Waters


“The Weeping Bridge” is a good start to what appears to be an interesting YA paranormal series. This novel does not rush to the “good” part, in this case, the creepy, mysterious, and often tender world of ghosts. Instead, “Bridge” takes the time to develop likeable characters, and grow relationships in such a way to render the plot more plausible. There are many loose ends left hanging and connections left unmade, ensuring plenty of opportunity for future installments in the series. It’s definitely girl’s YA fiction, a little escapist, but with strong pathos.

Recommended for ghost lovers, series readers, and sensitive souls. ~ JD Stone , Amazon Review

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