The Memory Thief byLauren Mansy
The Memory Thief was the first book of this month and while it was a fun read, it was missing core elements that would make it a great books. Find my full review here.
Deviously Sincere by Alayna Hallward
This book was a stupendous read. It’s a dark mystery about a Jack The Ripper style killer. It ended up being one of the best reads of the month. Here’s the review.
Complete Darkness by Matt Adcock
Complete Darkness is a middle of the road level novel with entertaining sequences of violence and sci-fi world building. You can find my full review here.
May by Kelli Green
May was a surprisingly excellent novel that was out of my comfort zone. It had a lot to say and earned my highest recommendation. Here’s my review.
Heir of Ashes by Jina S. Bazzar
While this novel wasn’t perfect it leaves room for what comes next in the series, and I strongly look forward to it. Check out my review.
Magic by Mike Russell
Magic was another pleasant surprise. This novel put a smile on my face and was so unique that it’s unforgettable. Check out my full review here.
The Curse by Jina S. Bazzar
The Curse is a companion novella to Heir of Ashes, and it does a good job of expanding the universe and answering questions. It’s a necessary read if you’d like to enter this paranormal world. Here’s the review.
The Fiery Crown by Jeffe Kennedy
The Fiery Crown is a sequel to The Orchid Throne that entirely lives up to its predecessor. I was very pleased with the second installment and I can’t wait to see what happens in the third. Here’s the link to my review.
Watchers by Craig Priestley
This was a very interesting and fun read. I enjoyed every explosive minute of it, and the author is awesome. I highly recommend you get a copy. Here’s a full review.
I think my favorite book of this month was The Fiery Crown, because I was so excited to re-enter Jeffe Kennedy’s world, and I wasn’t disappointed.
Now that May is wrapped up I can’t wait to see what we have in store for June!