Welcome to our first Modest Musings.
This is were we will tell you what books we have acquired this week. Whether it is threw purchases, NetGalley or one of our many book list emails. Please feel free to tell us what you think and if there is a particular book you are interested in seeing a review of. Hope you enjoy!
Jessica’s Modest Musings
Soul Taken by Katlyn Duncan – Maggie is a Soul Collector. It’s her job to transport souls from the Living Realm to the After – but during a mission to find a stolen soul, she ends up stuck in a teen mean girl’s body.
A Tale of Red Riding Werewolf Huntress by Neo Edmund – Red Riding Hood will not only have to face dangerous wolves; she will have to face the wolf within herself. Gifted and cursed with the ability to transform into a powerful werewolf, she will rise to become a legendary warrior known as The Alpha Hunter…
What Kills Me by Wynne Channing -An ancient prophecy warns of a girl destined to cause the extinction of the vampire race so when 17-year-old Axelia falls into a sacred well filled with blood and emerges a vampire, the immortal empire believes she is this legendary destroyer.
Queen of Heart by Colleen Oakes – Not every fairytale has a happy ending. This is the story of a princess who became a villain.
Lynn’s Modest Musings
Armada by Robert Carter -Two brothers are torn apart by war. One fights his way from imprisonment to claim his Spanish lover. The other wins the daughter of the Queen’s first minister. But thoughts of romance are put aside as all are caught up in the ruthless intrigues of the Court and Inquisition.
Empire State by Adam Christopher – A parallel-universe, Prohibition-era world of mooks and shamuses that is the twisted magic mirror to our bustling Big Apple, a place where sinister characters lurk around every corner while the great superheroes that once kept the streets safe have fallen into dysfunctional rivalries and feuds
Wounded by Lindsay Buroker – When Tara Blankenship’s writing assignment takes her to an “eco village” on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, she anticipates a quiet couple of weeks in a quaint setting. What she stumbles into is anything but quiet and quaint.
From the Indie Side and Anthology – Packed with original short stories ranging from sci-fi to thriller to the supernatural, “From the Indie Side” brings together some of the biggest authors in independent publishing today.
Through Glass by Rebecca Thington – Everyone remembered the day the sky went black. The day the sun was wiped from the sky. They remember the wind as it brought in the darkness; the way the earth shook and everything changed.