New York Times bestseller Karen Marie Moning debuts her first graphic novel with art by Al Rio and Cliff Richards in "Fever Moon."
MacKayla "Mac" has changed since the wall fell between our world and the Fae one. A sidhe-seer, she can use her null powers to freeze wild fae. Together with her friend, Dani, the two women wield the sword of light and the spear of destiny, ancient Fae weapons, in their fight against evil. She also gets some help from the enigmatic Jericho Barrons, a Fae himself.
Mac must turn to Barrons for help when a Fear Dorcha starts stealing faces, including those near and dear to Mac! With time running out, Mac must stop the Dorcha before he takes the last face for himself!
For those who haven't read the series, this is a good introduction and starting point to the world and the characters. This dark world will have you rethinking the paranormal genre.
"Fever Moon" is published by Del Rey. It is $25.
In an alternate reality, Queen Victoria was a vampire, as was the aristocracy, and vampires, werewolves and goblins freely roam the streets in "God Save The Queen" by Kate Locke.
Blue-blood England means half-blooded vampires and werewolves like Xandra and her siblings. Children born of their aristo father and paid "courtesans," Xandra and her brother and two sisters have lived a life in service of the vampires, Xandra by acting as a bodyguard to the aristocrats. When her sister, Drusilla, goes missing, Xandra will do anything to find her, even head into the London underground to where the dangerous goblins live. Meeting with the goblin prince, he warns her that her sister is in Bedlam, the famed insane asylum. But why?When it looks like Drusilla has died there after a suicide, Xandra has trouble believing it. Her search to uncover the truth leads her to several people she believed dead, a conspiracy or two, a hunky werewolf and a secret that could change her life forever.
This alternate-history story combines Victorian England with our updated times and the paranormal with a slick easy that will enthrall readers. The book's ending will leave you begging for a sequel and indeed two more books, "The Queen Is Dead" and "Long Live the Queen" are in the works.
"God Save The Queen" is published by Orbit. It is $16.99 and 342 pages long.
FBI Paranormal Behavioral Analysis Unit member Sloan Skye is back investigating a series of murders in "Blood of Innocence" by Tami Dane.
Sloan's lovelife isn't exactly working out for her. She still has a crush on coworker JT. Though she knows a romance with a fellow agent wouldn't be advisable, she can't help but be drawn to him. But is JT already involved with another coworker? That's what the rumors are, and Sloan immediately cools to him. Meanwhile, her would-be fiancee, Elmer, is open to finding another half-elf to take Sloan's place as his bride, but can Sloan find one? She's only just gotten used to the fact that her father is an elf himself.
As the case heats up, and it looks like someone was targeting the dead women for their unborn babies, Sloan's drawn further into the creepy case, even going undercover as a pregnant woman. Will Sloan catch the killer before its too late?
Combining police procedural, mystery and the paranormal, this series will appeal to both mystery and paranormal fans. The characters are well-written and intriguing, as is the cases they work.
"Blood of Innocence" is published by Kensington. It is $7.99 and 341 pages long.
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