New Releases

New Release – The Moon Shadow

It's been a while since we had a new release on The Secret Library but admittedly, I rely on word of mouth to advertise this feature. Whenever someone pops up with a new urban fantasy or fantasy release, I'm more than happy to feature it. February is actually pretty booked up for new releases and… Continue reading New Release – The Moon Shadow

Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 27th November – 3rd December 2020

This week I resolved to reading full-length books again and I'm happy to say, so far so good. Although, my circumstances have made this so much easier. Me and my husband moved house last week but I'm not quite done with work here in London. So, I'm back in the old flat for one more… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 27th November – 3rd December 2020

Book Reviews, Five Stars

Switch – Book Review

Title: Switch Author: Lindsey R. Loucks & Rebecca Hamilton Genre: Urban fantasy Rating: 5 Stars "Elemental fae and bomb squad specialist Myla Snow must find the bomb in the subway tunnel to save Mystic City from a cult of witches." * * * My Review Wow, this story is a short, short story but it's… Continue reading Switch – Book Review

Book Reviews, Four Stars

The Pixie’s Power – Book Review

Title: The Pixie's Power Author: Nicholas Woode-Smith Genre: Urban fantasy Rating: 4 Stars "It has been awhile since Duer the Pixie was on his own world. And he has long since given up trying to get back. But that doesn’t mean it’s become any easier to make a home for himself on Earth. But with… Continue reading The Pixie’s Power – Book Review

Book Reviews, Five Stars

Touch of Darkness – Book Review

Title: Touch of Darkness Author: Dawn Husted Genre: Urban fantasy Rating: 5 Stars "Wanting to leave his supernatural family behind, seventeen-year-old Thanatos runs away. Against his better judgment, he befriends an ordinary girl. But it won't be long until the darkness he's hiding from comes calling--he can't hide forever." * * * My Review My… Continue reading Touch of Darkness – Book Review