Have you ever allowed this thought to permeate your mind, "I am not myself today?" Then you might be able to relate with Kali D’Angelo. In Jennifer Barnes new book, Every Other Day, Kali can literally say that she is not herself today. That is because for Kali, every other day means she shifts to become a hunter of supernatural creatures known as "preternaturals."
Nora Roberts is one of my favorite and most dependable authors. I just recently finished her newest book The Witness. Oh my gosh, awesome book! Nora Roberts always has the best characters in her books, and she's done it again in this one.
Following the death of his wife and daughter in a tragic accident, Fletcher Carson joins the war effort in Vietnam. He is lost without his family and plans to die in the war until he finds a reason to live.
This month’s genre-busting backlist recommendation by Emma Bull and Steven Brust could be described in many ways. In fact, it has to be described in many ways. I tried to place it in one genre, but the best I could come up with was "romantic-historical-fantasy-mystery-swashbuckler." It’s one heck of a yarn!
Nineteen-year-old Sean Kendrick and sixteen-year-old Kate "Puck" Connolly share the same fierce passions for their home, the mystical island of Thisby, and their horses. But, there is a dangerous difference between Puck’s common mare and Sean’s capaill uisce--one of the man-eating water horses of legend--and all too soon, she will have to brave racing against dozens of the vicious beasts during the fatal Scorpio Races that claim the lives of so many each November on Thisby.
This is a very funny story about Newt Newman, younger brother of Chris Newman, the high school football player that everyone knows. Most people didn’t even know that Chris had a brother. Can you imagine what it is like to be overlooked, even by your parents?