Review: Caught by Kimberley Cale [Bewitching Book Tours blog stop!]

Ruthless pirate captain Quinn O’Connor is bent on getting revenge on the creatures who wrecked his ship and killed his crew. When he claims their leader as his captive, hedoesn’t expect the scorching consequences that come with being stranded with her on a mysterious island.Lorelei, a daughter of Poseidon, is willing to bargain with the …

Discussion: Pros and Cons of Urban Fantasy

Intro: Defining Urban Fantasy Hello book bees, and welcome to my follow up from my High Fantasy pros and cons list! Over the many years of my being a reader I have begun to transition from High Fantasy and more traditional fantasy to urban fantasy, where I often find writing that I enjoy more and …

Blogtober day 19: Paranormal Romance

This prompt comes from Anniek and The Library Looter! While paranormal romance as a subgenre can take place in fantasy, science fiction, or other forms of speculative fiction, I find that it always pops up in my urban fantasy readings. Urban fantasy is a genre that takes place in a modern or contemporary setting, but …

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