Genre: Urban Fantasy

Gumiho: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho Review: Tantalizing, Thrilling Tale of a Modern Day Gumiho

Gumiho: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho Review: Tantalizing, Thrilling Tale of a Modern Day Gumiho

If I could sum up Wicked Fox, it would be into two (both equally fantabulous) parts: Part 1: Soft, Fluffy School Kdrama The first part of the story starts with the introduction of Miyoung, a cold and calculated gumiho (nine tailed fox) who recently moved to Seoul with her equally beautiful, equally smart mother. But readers […]

July 5, 2019 | 3 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in 4 stars, Books, Reviews
Blog Tour: 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight

Blog Tour: 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight

To celebrate the Australian release of Corpselight last week, I’m taking part in the Corpselight blog tour! Vigil is a dark urban fantasy set in the city of Brisbane, Australia. What could be better than seeing my home converted into this paranormal fare filled with creatures and crimes alike? 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight 1. Dry, […]

Hexed by Michael Alen Nelson Review: My Kind of YA Urban Fantasy

Hexed by Michael Alen Nelson Review: My Kind of YA Urban Fantasy

I’m a big fan of the urban fantasy genre with it’s kick ass heroines, nonstop action and supernatural elements, and Hexed is a YA urban fantasy that did not disappoint! Hexed features a thief with a mission – to recover a missing girl kidnapped by supernatural forces. Not to be mistaken with the devil, Lucifer is a smart, resourceful […]

July 27, 2015 | 43 Comments
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost Review: Vicious vampire couple

Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost Review: Vicious vampire couple

It’s been a while since the last Vlad and Leila book, but Bound by Flames was worth the wait with both of them coming to their absolute power in this installment. As my favourite Night Huntress couple, Vlad and Leila’s relationship really shone with the toughest enemy they’ve faced yet – Vlad’s nemesis and uncle, Mihaly Szilagi. The book had […]

April 1, 2015 | 23 Comments
Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop Review: Family of Monsters & a Blood Prophet

Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop Review: Family of Monsters & a Blood Prophet

After the fantastically unique urban fantasy Written in Red, I am pleased to say that The Murder of Crows lived up to the first book and delves even deeper into a world where monsters co-exist with humans….but only barely. In Murder of Crows, The Others or the terra indigene are struggling to maintain control with the humans, as one […]

June 30, 2014 | 55 Comments
Up From the Grave by Jeaniene Frost Review: A Brilliant Ending for Cat and Bones

Up From the Grave by Jeaniene Frost Review: A Brilliant Ending for Cat and Bones

Up From the Grave filled me with emotions; the comfort and enjoyment of picking up a well-written familiar series, the anticipation and excitement of seeing where it was all going to go, the anxiety and nervousness of things being in an array at the start of the novel and the despair that this would be the last installment featuring Cat […]

May 28, 2014 | 37 Comments