Beauty Queen by Julia London

Narrated by Natalie Ross Over the years I have delighted in both Julia London’s historical and contemporary titles. When it comes to her historical titles, I prefer her earlier books – they seem meatier than her later formulaic tales. But when Ms. London turns to her contemporary voice, I’m rarely disappointed. She has a significant…

Iced by Karen Marie Moning

Narrated by Natalie Ross and Phil Gigante NOTE: Review contains spoilers for the Fever series. Following on very shortly after the events of Shadowfever, Iced picks up the story from Dani “Mega” O’Malley’s point of view. Dani is 14 and it shows. She’s overconfident, brash, immature, and generally annoying. But Mac in Darkfever was annoying…

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