#BookReview:The Biker Next Door Part 1 (Gay Rebel #1) by Jesse Fuchs, Jamie Fuchs

1 out of 5 Stars

18 year old boy falls for the bad biker next door that his parents hate.

Two scenes, that is it. Light on description and reads as if a teenage virgin was trying to be bad and shock her friends.

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#BookReview: Royal (Rixton Falls #1) by Winter Renshaw

4 out of 5 Stars

He broke her heart years ago and now that she is happy and about to get married he shows up and ruins it all.

Good but seemed to be lacking something I can’t quite put my finger on. It could be that I am not a big fan of the names, but I don’t think they were that bad.

#BookReview: Caged Wolf (The Tarot Witches #1) by S.M. Reine

4 out of 5 Stars

After breaking away from her pimp and hiding in a small town she finds a man to fall in love with just in time for the pimp to show up and raise hell.

Pretty good, a bit slow in a couple of spots but picks up quickly. Quick read. Cliff-hanger from the edge of hell.

#BookReview: Charmed Fates (OmegaDate Diaries) by Odin Nightshade

4 out of 5 Stars

Aaron is a skeptical journalist, Indigo is a true believer helping his psychic mom out on a haunted house case. The two meet through the shifter dating app OmegaDate and hit it off. Then break it off. Both have some beliefs shaken before working everything out.

Love the idea of bringing in more supernatural than just werewolves. The story is sweet and charming but I have a few questions. They are able to shift with clothes on and not rip them.
Alpha doesn’t seem like an alpha. Like he just looks the alpha type, not actually the alpha of a pack.
What does Aaron or this world in general believe is the reason or cause for shifters if not magic or at the very least something mystical? How can a shifter not believe in something that cannot be proven by science or at least replicated through scientific means in order to be proven able to exist?

#BookReview: Sky and Dew by Holly Heisey

4 out of 5 Stars

Sky took a vow of silence and left the world above to keep her city’s magic alive. Now, she wanders the Hallows as an acolyte of the Lost Emperor – an unseen legend from another world whose words fuel the magic above. But when her lover breaks their vow of silence and falls deathly ill, Sky must descend to the deepest depths of the Hallows to beg the Lost Emperor’s help. What she finds, though, is a tragedy that spans centuries, and Sky will stop at nothing to make it right.

I want more. This short story could be expanded to a whole novel or even a series and be just as good. Just did not understand why Dew was referred to as “they” instead of “he/she”