How To Date Dead Guys by Ann M. Noser

Interweaving young romance, survivor guilt, and the supernatural while keeping a firm base of normal, average, US college life, Noser creates a story that provides occult mystery and the travails of love without allowing either to steal the limelight. Emma Roberts is a responsible student, putting her college essays ahead of partying, volunteering as a … Continue reading How To Date Dead Guys by Ann M. Noser

Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter by Elle Boca

Combining an interesting twist on the modern world and fast-paced plot with a growing friendship that doesn’t escalate to obsessive commitment in the first book, Boca avoids the clichés of paranormal romance without abandoning the frisson. Following false accusations of theft, Amy has moved to a new area of Miami. While out jogging she is … Continue reading Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter by Elle Boca

Souls of the Never by C.J. Rutherford

Combining the solid core of fantasy and YA romance tropes with a deft layering of personal touches, Rutherford has created a novel that will appeal to both audiences. After a tragic childhood, Katheryne longs for a normal university experience: dating, socialising, and potentially even learning. But waking screaming each night from dreams of burning in … Continue reading Souls of the Never by C.J. Rutherford