Young Adult Book Review: Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick

Young Adult Book Review: Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick

Black Ice is one of those thrillers that you go into only knowing the bare bones of the story, just enough to intrigue you with its hints of a suspense and romance, yet the ever-increasing tension and dark twists completely ensnare you in their grasp. I was taken by surprise by how much this story captivated me.

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Waiting On Wednesday: Rook by Sharon Cameron

Waiting On Wednesday: Rook by Sharon Cameron

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly feature by Jill at Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming book releases that we're excited about! It's a fun way to share with others the books that you're eagerly awaiting to be released and you are excited about. This week's pre-publication that "I-Can't-Wait-To-Read" selection is:

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Book Trailer Reveal: The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel

Book Trailer Reveal: The Book of Ivy by  Amy Engel

Hello sweet readers! Today I have a little treat for you here at Book Swoon. As part of the team helping to promote author Amy Engel's new, young adult book THE BOOK OF IVY, I have an exclusive book trailer to reveal to you and a link to a giveaway hosted by Entangled Teen and Goodreads. Enjoy!

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Adult Book Review: Claimed by a Demon King by Felicity Heation

Adult Book Review: Claimed by a Demon King by Felicity Heation

Claimed by a Demon King is as hot as Hell and puts the X in sexy with a paranormal romance that boast not only an interesting world, one that with each installment keeps growing, but also plenty of kick-ass action and battles. There's exciting characters to love with a growing cast of great secondary characters as well, and for romance fans, Thorne and Sable gives reader one filled with slow-building tension that does not fail to deliver.

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Young Adult Book Review: Lailah by Nikki Kelly

 Young Adult Book Review: Lailah by Nikki Kelly

With Lailah, Nikki Kelly took the typical themes of vampires vs. angels, bad vs. good, and gave us some surprising shades of gray. I love it when characters break out of the stereotypical role and are multifaceted. Showings sides of both, making it hard to choose who is the real villain, who is really good, and who's a little of both. Lailah, Gabriel, and Jonah are all multifaceted, and to a degree, I never felt completely sure just how much they each carried in traits normally assumed to be 'vampire' and 'angel' or something altogether different.

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