• Review: The Gospel of Loki

    The Gospel of Loki is the first book I have read by Joanne Harris but it won’t be the last. I could hear Loki’s voice in my head as read, charming and entertaining but not to be trusted. I must confess though that this Loki sounded a lot like Tom Hiddleston....

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Minotaur by J.A. Rock

    In most stories of legends and epic heroes, readers feel a sense of inevitability: we know the enemy will be vanquished and the hero will save the day, if not the world. This is not the case in Minotaur. That twist on the traditional hero quest will leave...

  • Review: Villain Keeper The Last Dragon Charmer #1

    I am always interested in reading books in a new fantasy series, whether those books are written for young readers or the older crowd. I enjoy reading fantasy stories, especially if there’s a good dose of magic and dragons, and Laurie McKay’s debut novel...

  • Review: Faces The Masks of Aygrima, #3

    The Masks of Aygrima, by E.C. Blake, is a world unto its own. I read the second book in this series and couldn't wait to get the third. Mara has such special gifts and they are all amazing. She seemed much like a child in book 2, because she was so young....

  • Review: Pirate's Alley Sentinels of New Orleans, #4

    A new threat is looming, war could be brewing, and every relationship that DJ Jaco holds dear will be tested as she is forced to make a stand in this spellbinding Sentinels of New Orleans story. DJ’s relationship with Alex is on shaky ground and she’s...

  • Review: The Talon of the Hawk The Twelve Kingdoms, #3

    So with the issues I had with book one I wasn't going to ever finish this series. But I kept seeing it EVERYWHERE and the only real issue I had with it was that the first 190 pages felt all teen then boom you get all this sex. So after dealing with that...

  • Review: The Blood Curse The Cursed Kingdoms, #3

    Interesting characters, magic, and some really good world building are the things that made me love this book. You do not want to read The Cursed Kingdoms series out of order. So if you haven't read book one and two do that first before doing this one....

  • Review: Mother of Demons Department 18, #5

    Author Maynard Sims has done it again! Mother of Demons, book 5 of the Department 18 novels, is another solid gold hit! I honestly don’t know how they keep them coming, but please, keep it up! This brilliant novel starts off fast and never once slows...

  • Review: Cravings Fierce Hearts, #2

    Kennedy is a were-lynx that was being used for experimenting. Now in a new colony with a brother she didn’t know existed, she must learn to trust herself and her new family unit. Asher Monroe keeps her heart racing with anxiety and anticipation. Despite...

  • Review: Battle Cry Loki's Wolves, #2

    I give 5 stars to Battle Cry by Melissa Snark. Battle Cry is part of Loki's Wolves series, and should be read in series order. Here's the book series order: Valkyrie's Vengeance (Loki's Wolves Book 0); Hunter's Moon (Loki's Wolves Book 1); Battle Cry...

  • Review: The Key Seven Wonders Journals

    This was the first companion novella I have read in any series. I really enjoyed the journal aspect to this one and it had some great background into the Seven Wonders. Will have to pick up the other novellas in this series to add to my collection.

  • Review: The Silver Witch

    The Silver Witch is an incredible story that quickly drew me into its magic filled plot. The characters were exciting and I was eager to discover what the author had in store for them. It took me just two days to read this novel because I couldn't stop...

  • Review: World War Moo An Apocalypse Cow Novel, #2

    “World War Moo” by Michael Logan is the long-awaited sequel to “Apocalypse Cow”, the zombie cow book that started it all. England has succumbed to the epidemic that started with killer cows in a meat processing plant. Almost everyone in England has been...

  • Review: Tracked

    Tracked by Jenny Martin is a highly original novel that is sure to become a fast favorite. The characters were all intriguing as was the plot. I love the idea of a teenage girl street racing. I read this book in one sitting, it is that good. Anyone who...

  • Review: Hunger Moon Loki's Wolves, #1

    I give 4.5 stars / Top Pick to Hunger Moon by Melissa Snark. This is an urban fantasy / paranormal romance and is for readers 18+ due to sexual content. Valkyrie's Vengeance (Loki's Wolves Book 0) should be read first before reading Hunger's Moon. The...

  • Review: The Renfield Syndrome Rhiannon's Law, #2

    “I was consumed by the fears of a girl who continued to exist in the woman who had outgrown her.” In order to stop the horrors of the future from coming to pass Rhiannon must face her own demons – and a few flesh and blood ones too. It shouldn't have...

  • Review: The Ripple Effect Rhiannon's Law, #3

    Another good installment in the Rhiannon's Law series. In this, the third book of the series, Rhiannon is now back in our time but things between her and Disco are really going poorly. As a result she is also on bad terms with the rest of the family....

  • Review: Powerless The Hero Agenda, #1

    Powerless is a fast-paced, fun, and interesting read! This YA novel engages the idea of the supernatural by exploring a world of heroes and villains through the eyes of the powerless Kenna. Kenna, the daughter of an incredible scientist who works for...

  • Review: The Curse of the King Seven Wonders, #4

    I absolutely loved this book. It didn't leave the reader hanging and wondering where the book would leave off, and the story was absolutely phenomenal! I was especially pleased that this didn't fall flat like so many other books in other series. It's...

  • Review: The Exile Book of the Fae, #1

    When Brianna Hai returns home to retrieve what was stolen from her, she becomes an unwilling potential heir to the throne in this splendid urban fantasy. To avoid the political manipulations of court, Brianna lives in the human world running an occult...

  • Review: The Thorn of Dentonhill A Novel of Maradaine

    What a great start to a new fantasy series! This story is full of action, mystery, fascinating characters and a multilayered conflict that extends beyond one young man’s almost quixotic attempt to bring down a drug trade on his own. There are multiple...

  • Review: Fork-Tongue Charmers The Luck Uglies #2

    This story is the second book in The Luck Uglies fantasy series. In this episode Rye O'Chanter is forced by a new constable to flee her town and go to the remote Isle of Pest while her father and the other Luck Uglies' battle their rivals, the Fork-Tongue...

  • Review: Dead Ice Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #24

    I love the fight scenes but like more and more books from the Anita Blake series there is more sex, so be prepared for that. I'm not one for bestiality and this is the second book that Laurell has written about it, I had hoped the first time I came across...

  • Review: Beyond the Frontier: Leviathan The Lost Fleet

    The complex science fiction tales that comprise this series continue to provide both the expected intense space battles and unexpected surprises that have been an integral part of the stories thus far. There are some rather unwelcome revelations unveiled...

  • Review: Through Fire & Sea

    Through Fire and Sea is the start of a series by Nicole Luiken. Intriguing and quick-paced, this first novel jumps between the perspectives the two main characters, Leah and her mirror-self Holly. The plot of this story is engaging, and kept me turning...

  • Review: The Legends Begin Darkmouth #1

    This book was amazing. I loved how the cover just makes you want to read this. The story teaches you about family, destiny, courage, and how to stand up for yourself and for those you love. This one really reminded me of Harry Potter where Harry is put...

  • Review: Sorrowlands

    Some people say a good romance is hard to find. Well, I say that they are wrong. Having just finished Sorrowlands by author Iris Woodbury, let me assure you that this is a first rate romance with lots of drama, plenty of action, and more Greek deities...

  • Review: The Door in the Moon Chronoptika, #3

    Well covers. I’m not a fan of the new ones. I miss the old covers. :( :) OK. Moving on. The Door in the Moon was beyond the most suspenseful of the three Chronoptika books. I stayed up until like 2am reading this thing, LOL, because who needs sleep. This...

  • Review: The Girl at Midnight

    How can I put this nicely? I started reading this and was so excited at how it started. Then I started getting the vibe that it was like another book I had looked at. This one is very similar to another book called Daughter of Smoke and Bone. And where...

  • Review: Armageddon Rules A Grimm Agency Novel, #2

    Armageddon Rules is the sequel to Free Agent by the sarcastic and clever J.C. Nelson. I enjoyed this second foray into the world of Marissa and the Grimm Agency. It had been a little while since I had read Free Agent, so I was a bit vague on a couple...

  • Review: DEAD: Snapshot--Portland, Oregon DEAD: Snapshot #1

    Retired police officer, Ken Simpson, and reformed ex-convict, Jason Edwards find themselves joining forces to survive the zombie apocalypse. As they watch Portland fall around them, they have to stay away from the zombies and gangs of humans that threaten...

  • Review: Demon Child Celestial Battle Trilogy, #2

    Demon Child was a delight to read from beginning to end. The characters made for a wonderfully thrilling story. The plot showed how talented the author is at creating enjoyable stories. There is tons of action which kept me reading this book for hours....

  • Article: What Is Steampunk?

    In honor of The Steampunk World’s Fair going on now, Kat at Open Road Media thought you might like to see this video celebrating (and explaining) steampunk, featuring authors Simon R. Green, Kate Elliott, Todd McCaffrey, and more. According to Simon...

  • Review: Edison's Alley The Accelerati Trilogy, #2

    Edison's Alley was a fresh and interesting story with a cast of amazingly unique characters. Even the villains of this story added to an already refreshing story. I have never read anything quite like this before. My favorite character was Petula because...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Melanie Dickerson

    Current Release: The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest What's your book about? It's a romance set in medieval Germany. A mash-up of Robin Hood and Swan Lake, the heroine poaches the margrave's deer in the forest by night, and is a wealthy eligible maiden in...

  • Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of Planet of the Apes The Art of the Films

    “Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films” by Sharon Gosling and Adam Newell is an oversized book that is a wondrous look at the incredible amount of work that went into making these two movies that have...

  • Review: Edge of Dark The Glittering Edge, #1

    "Edge of Dark", by Brenda Cooper, is a phenomenal science fiction book. Her ability to create a new world, and several planets contained inside that world, is amazing. The idea of blending humans to machines is not a new one, but this author presents...

  • Review: The Book of Life All Souls Trilogy, #3

    One is tempted to believe that the author must have witch blood in her due to her remarkable ability to gather disparate threads and keep them from tangling while weaving such an intricate tapestry that spans three volumes and still leaves one satiated...

  • Review: End of Days Penryn & the End of Days, #3

    This was a great end to this series. End of Days picks up right where World After ends. Penryn and Raffe are in a race to get his wings back, to protect her family and to find some sort of solution to the problems they're all in. The story was fast paced...

  • Review: Chosen Ones Lost Souls, #1

    Chills -- the first few pages of this book gave me chills right away. From the sterile, no-nonsense world of the Chosen Ones, we see what the world would be like if emotions and human drives could be removed from existence. There are so many good lines...

  • Review: Hexed The Sisters of Witchdown, #1

    Hexed is pretty cool. It is the first book based on the comic of the same name. I have to say that this Hexed book was much better than the other story with the same name that I read last year. Where that one had a lot of things in the plot that just...

  • Review: The Isle of the Lost The Descendants, #1

    So I started this book not knowing that it was a prequel to a new Disney to TV movie. Well I shortly found out when my 10 year old was reading behind my back and all of a sudden screamed in my ear and ripped the book away. She then went to her room and...

  • Review: Dead Heat Alpha and Omega, #4

    For once, Charles and Anna are traveling for personal reasons but the trip soon turns into a fight against a Fae stealing children but that's not all the bad news... the cold war between the Fae and humans is about to heat up in this thrilling urban fantasy...

  • Review: Skin Game Dresden Files, #15

    One of the most entertaining aspects of this delightful urban fantasy series is the blending of extraordinary occurrences with easily recognizable commonplace events. For example, having one’s foot fall asleep because the dog’s head is resting on it—of...

  • Review: The Shattered Court A Novel of the Four Arts, #1

    Ok so what can I say about The Shattered Court? I didn’t know I was going to love it so much! I love me a great story about witches. And well I've been trying to branch back out into the world of NA and Adult titles as I needed a short break from all...

  • Review: Seeker Seeker, #1

    I was really hoping for something akin to The Seeker series that is all wizards etc. And then I saw that this was supposed to be for fans of The Hunger Games and The Game of Thrones. So I jumped and grabbed it and started reading. Well what I found was...

  • Review: Phoenix in My Fortune A Monster Haven Story, #6

    This is the last book in this series and really should be read after reading at least some of the previous books. Beloved characters come together in this last story to save the world but as usual things don’t always go smoothly or how they are planned....

  • Review: The Glittering World

    The Glittering World by Robery Levy was not what I expected. I was expecting a more exciting story than the story I got. The characters each brought something special to the story which is the main reason I was reluctant to give up on this book. The plot...

  • Review: Mars Evacuees

    Mars Evacuees by Sophia McDougall is a novel about Alice Dare, the daughter of a flying ace in the war against an alien race called the Morrors. They are a cold loving race whose home planet has been destroyed. When they help humanity overcome global...

  • Review: The Fire Sermon The Fire Sermon, #1

    I had such high hopes for this book. When reading the synopsis it sounded absolutely amazing. The idea of people being born into pairs and then being split into different societies after birth really had me. But when I started to read this, the words...

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The Dastardly Miss Lizzie by Viola Carr

Dr. Eliza Jekyll must turn to her dark side, Miss Lizzie Hyde, to stop a madman who’s targeting London’s most important scientists and sorcerers, terrorizing the city with dark magic, in this third Electric Empire novel—a dazzlingly original steampunk fantasy set in the gritty world of alternate Victorian London, with echoes of H. G. Wells’s classic, The Time Machine.

Being two people in one body isn’t easy. Metropolitan Police crime scene physician Eliza Jekyll is trying to maintain a semblance of control, even as her rebellious second self, Lizzie, grows increasingly wild—threatening the respectable Eliza’s reputation and her marriage to Remy Lafayette, the Royal Society investigator and occasional lycanthrope. With England on the brink of war, Remy’s away in sorcery-riddled Paris on a secretive mission that grows ever more sinister. Has he been an enemy agent all along? Or is coping with her secret divided self finally driving Eliza mad?

Eliza needs her mind clear and sharp if she’s to catch an evil genius who is killing eminent scientists. The chase uncovers a murky world of forbidden books, secret laboratories, and a cabal of fanatical inventors whose work could change the world—or destroy it—and who may hold answers to Eliza’s mysterious past.

As sorcery-wielding terrorists attack London, Eliza discovers her own enemies are closing in, driving her to desperate measures—enlisting the aid of the wily, resourceful, mercurial Lizzie—to thwart the killer. But Lizzie’s got her own life now, and true to her nature, will resort to the devious and diabolical to keep it. Even if it means throwing Eliza to the wolves, and letting the world burn. . . .