In Her Eyes by Sarah Alderson

In Her Eyes by Sarah Alderson

*I received an ebook copy of this novel for free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 4/5.

Ava has the kind of life many dream of, a beautiful house, good kids, and a loving husband. Something many would be jealous of, that is until it all comes tumbling down, when one night Ava finds herself in the middle of a violent home invasion, and now her daughter is left fighting for her life.

But was the attack wasn’t random, so just who was behind it? And why did they do it? Ava isn’t out of danger yet and she’ll have to uncover the truth to keep herself and her family safe.

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Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker

*I received an ebook copy of this graphic novel for free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 5/5.

This graphic novel follows Nova Huang a teenage witch who spends her days working at her grandmother’s bookshop, loaning out spell books and looking into supernatural phenomena going on within their New England Town. One night she stumbles across Tam Lang, who happens to be a werewolf and her childhood crush.  Battling a demon in the woods alone Tam asks Nova for help, together they explore witchcraft, occult rituals, untested magic, and rekindle a flame that never quite went out.

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By Your Side by Kasie West

By Your Side by Kasie West

This novel follows Autumn Collins, who ends up locked within the library for a whole weekend by accident. Only she isn’t alone locked in there with her is Dax Miller, and although she knows little about him she knows he’s trouble. Only Dax isn’t exactly who she thought he was, and she begins to realise they have a better connection than she could have ever imagined. But what happens when they get out, life returns to normal and Autumn is reconnected with her almost-boyfriend Jeff.

Rating: 2/5.

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The Story Girl by Lucy Maud Montgomery

The Story Girl by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Rating: 4/5

Bev King and his younger brother Felix travel to Carlisle for the summer, there they meet Sara Stanley, the Story Girl. At just fourteen Sara has already mastered how to tell enchanting stories, captivating both children and adults. Join Bev, Felix, and friends as they embark on an unforgettable summer, filled with memories, and of course stories, they will never forget.

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Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

Rating: 5/5.

When Mila’s best friend Riley dies suddenly, she refuses to believe she took her own life, but dying shortly after two other girls from the academy are found dead it seems everyone thinks it was a suicide pact. So Mila does the only think possible in this situation, she calls on her witchcraft knowledge, a craft herself and Riley used to enjoy, to bring Riley back to life. Things don’t go exactly as planned, but she doesn’t let that get in the way, can she discover their true killer before it’s too late?

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Torn by Cat Clarke

Torn by Cat Clarke

Rating: 3/5.

“She wasn’t supposed to die”

Alice King is part of a cruel prank, meant to teach Tara a lesson, but it goes terribly wrong. Intending to give Tara a fright, as revenge for the way she has treated others, they end up doing something far more sinister. But now Alice must find a way to live with their secret, but can she?

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Valentine’s Day at the Café at the End of the Pier by Helen Rolfe.

Valentine’s Day at the Café at the End of the Pier by Helen Rolfe.

*I purchased this novel for myself.

Rating: 5/5

Jo finds herself helping run her grandparents quaint café, at their request of course, and there she learns more and more about the customers who enter. Customers looking for love, and Jo sets herself up to the task of helping them find it, never having found love herself she wishes for one as true and ideal as the love her grandparents share, could love be closer than she thinks?

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