All posts by Samantha Andrews

Review: Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor

Synopsis for Akata Witch Akata Witch transports the reader to a magical place where nothing is quite as it seems. Born in New York, but living in Aba, Nigeria, twelve-year old Sunny is understandably a little lost. She is albino and thus, incredibly sensitive to the

Review: Graveyard Shift by Michael F. Haspil

Synopsis for Graveyard Shift Alex Menkaure, former pharaoh and mummy, and his vampire partner, Marcus, who was born in ancient Rome, once hunted evil vampires for UMBRA, a super-secret unit of the NSA. That was before the discovery of a blood substitute and a Supreme

Review: Only by Parker Sinclair

Synopsis for Only One would think the sassy, sexy hybrid Earthen Protector and Healer Alex Conner deserves some downtime after all she’s been through. But no. Instead, she finds herself trapped by the king of the Fae, and he’s not letting her go until he

Review: This is Dangerous by Kennedy Fox

Synopsis for This is Dangerous Logan Knight is a real life knight in shining armor. A detective godsend in a sleek black suit has me thinking less than secretive thoughts. Brooding and mysterious, he’s the kind of guy every girl instantly notices. Between his seductive

Review: Until It Fades by K.A. Tucker

Synopsis for Until It Fades Twenty-four-year-old truck stop waitress and single mother Catherine Wright has simple goals: to give her five-year-old daughter a happy life and to never again be the talk of the town in Balsam, Pennsylvania: population two thousand outside of tourist season.

Review: Once and For All by Sarah Dessen

Synopsis for Once and For All Louna, daughter of famed wedding planner Natalie Barrett, has seen every sort of wedding: on the beach, at historic mansions, in fancy hotels and clubs. Perhaps that’s why she’s cynical about happily-ever-after endings, especially since her own first love

Review: And Then There Were Four by Nancy Werlin

Synopsis for And Then There Were Four Let’s not die today. Not even to make things easier for our parents. When a building collapses around five teenagers–and they just barely escape–they know something strange is going on. Little by little, the group pieces together a

Review: This Impossible Light by Lily Myers

Synopsis for This Impossible Light Fifteen-year-old Ivy’s world is in flux. Her dad has moved out, her mother is withdrawn, her brother is off at college, and her best friend, Anna, has grown distant. Worst of all, Ivy’s body won’t stop expanding. She’s getting taller