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    Carmilla and Laura – Review

    Genre: Paranormal Romance Pairings: F/F Queer Rep: Lesbian Warnings: Violence, some gore   Synopsis In the late 19th century, Laura lives a lonely life in a schloss by the forest, Styria, with only her doting father and two governesses for company. A chance accident brings a new companion, however – the eccentric and beautiful Carmilla. With charm unparalleled and habits as mysterious as her history, Carmilla’s allure is undeniable, drawing Laura closer with every affectionate touch and word. Attraction blossoms into a temptation Laura fears to name, a tantalizing passion burning brighter than the fires of hell. But when a mysterious plague begins stealing the lives of young women in…

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    Undertow – Review

    Genre: Paranormal Romance Pairings: M/M Queer Rep: Gay, Trans Warnings: Bloodletting, violence, some gore   [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review]   Synopsis Port Lewis, a coastal town perched on the Washington cliffs, is home to Crescent Cafe, a slew of micro-breweries, a downtown packed with antique boutiques, and violent, ancient storms. Thunder shakes rooftops and lightning cuts through dark skies, but Liam Montgomery has never been afraid. Until now. One night, Liam hears the scream of a kelpie, a Water horse whose cry foretells the beginning of a prophecy. Kelpies have not set foot on shore for decades, but as Liam…

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    Darkling – Review

    Genre: Paranormal Romance Pairings: M/M Queer Rep: Gay, Trans Warnings: Bloodletting, Narration of death and resurrection  [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.] Synopsis  “Ryder is a witch with two secrets—one about his blood and the other about his heart. Keeping the secrets hasn’t been a problem, until a tarot reading with his best friend, Liam Montgomery, who happens to be one of his secrets, starts a chain of events that can’t be undone.” General “Darkling” is a whirlwind of a novella with witches, dark magic, and steamy smut. The world is rich and the plot engaging. Honestly, all I wanted was to…

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    Omen Operation – Review

    Genre: Action/Light Sci-Fi Pairings: F/F, M/F, M/M, MMFF (polyamorous setup for future installments) Queer Rep: Bi/Pansexuality, Polyamory Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence. [Note: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.] Synopsis This novel was described to me as “Resident Evil” meets “Maze Runner” by the author, and honestly that was all it took to hook me. Going in with as little knowledge as possible wound up being an excellent experience, and I would recommend the same to you. The gist? Nasty zombie-esque creatures, an evil mega-corporation, and main characters who are trained to kill. What more could an action junkie ask for? General Omen…