Love, love, love this series! Can’t wait for the next one… very well written, I didn’t want it to end. I feel attached to the characters and want to know more.

Amazon Customer (Amazon Australia)

OMG….loved this book. This book is about Dahlia and Asher. Dahlia is struggle from the lose of her husband and raising her daughter as a single mom. She is a writer. Asher is a rock star who knew Dahlia years ago . He’s been in love with her since he first met her. They run into each other is a bar while they are both listening to a local bad. They connection starts there. Their journey back to each other is a rough one but you will have to read to see if they finally end up together. I know you will love this book as much as I did!!

Ann J. (Amazon)

I read The Spirit Seducer in two nights. It hooked me from the beginning and was completely action packed.


It seems like the YA genre has exploded in the last ten years or so. Sadly, many books in this category seem to have been thrown together, aren’t well written, featuring recycled stories. Not so with the Spirit Seducer. Native American mythology serves as a backdrop for romance, fantasy, mystery, and plenty of action. (Swords, anyone?) What this book really is, though, is fun–think a kind of lighter Christopher Moore for YA. Plus, it’s pretty easy to relate to Echo (the narrator) coming to terms with who she really is. (As young adults, don’t we all go through such a thing?)

Meribeth (Goodreads)

This book is the second in a wonderful new young adult (but good for adults too) series. I read and enjoyed the first book, but enjoyed the Magician’s Ruins even more. It was still fast paced like the first book, but there were time where it slowed enough to review events and keep those who have little knowledge of this world of gods informed. I generally like the main character, Echo, and find myself cheering her on and wanting her to succeed in her quest. I am hardly able to put it down once I start reading and I can’t wait to find out what happens next.

LJMom (Amazon)

A highly suspenseful romance I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my voluntary and honest review. Hold You Close is a high tension, suspenseful romance, with a terrified Mila and an angry rock star, Murphy. As danger closes in on Mila, Murphy finds that he can no longer hold onto his bitter anger, but has to move to protect Mila from the dread she has been living under….Hold You Close kept me at the edge of my seat, anxiously biting my nails as the stalker evades capture and draws closer. The attraction between Mila and Murphy has never diminished, despite the hurt they both carry, and it is this attraction that gives them the motivation to fight for their love.

Margaret (Kobo)

The title of this book is so perfect! This was my first story by this author, however, since completing this book have already looked up the others! These supporting characters were great and all have a story to tell as well! I was easily drawn into this story and was excited to keep reading until the end. My heart broke for Abbi and what she was put through. I think what I appreciated most about this book was the message. – Nobody for any reason has the right to do what happened to Abbi. I really enjoyed seeing Abbi’s character grow throughout this story and that she finally found her voice and took the power away from others

Tina (Goodreads)

So, I am quite sleepy today and I’m going to blame you. I was ready for bed by about 10:30 last night. Had to calm the baby from about 10:30-11, but then thought, “I’ll start on Alexa’s new book to re-settle myself for bed…” An HOUR later I had to tear myself away from it so I’d get a little sleep! Kudos on a riveting story!

Julie (Facebook messenger)

This book was in my kindle recommendations on amazon after reading the synopsis i decided to give it a try and I’m glad i did. This was a very good read. This book is about a young woman name Echo, who was sheltered all of her life by her mother. On her birthday, Echo finds out that her mother has been keeping many secrets about who they are. This story is entertaining from beginning to end and it does not disappoint. I like that this book is about gods and demigods but not the greek gods you would be used to. I cant wait to read the next book to see what happens next.

Arie (Goodreads)