Most of this week’s e-book offerings come from the YA side of things. The lone adult title is the start of a new e-series from author Lisa Kessler. Story one from the Moon series is called Moonlight.
Rancher Adam Sloan is more than meets the eye. As the heir to his Pack, the sexy werewolf’s biggest challenge is keeping his kin’s true nature under wraps. But a group of jaguar shifters threatens to reveal the pack, blasting into town killing humans in plain sight. And when he smells one at the local diner, his standing orders are to take her out.
Lana Turpin doesn’t realize she’s a moving target. Raised in the foster system, she only knows that she blacks out during the new moon and wakes up without remembering a thing. But now she’s being tracked by some strange organization that wants her back—even though she’s never stepped foot inside their compound. And the stranger across the diner is watching her like an enemy.
It should be a simple mission for Adam, but when he touches the frustratingly beautiful Lana, his inner wolf howls…mate. Now, the two must find and stop the people who hunt her…and Adam must keep his own family from killing the only woman he will ever love.
These next ones are all YA. I recently read the first book in Alexandra Bracken‘s The Darkest Minds series, and I quite liked it. In Time is story #1.5.
Gabe’s life has been devastated in the wake of the economic crash. The only option left for someone like him to escape his tragic past is to leave his small town behind and to attempt to become a skip tracer. This already almost impossible task is made all the more difficult by his first score, a young girl who won’t speak, but who changes his life in ways he could never imagine.
The Bane Chronicles from Cassandra Clare continues with the release of the 4th story, called The Midnight Heir.
Magnus thought he would never return to London, but he is lured by a handsome offer from Tatiana Blackthorn, whose plans—involving her beautiful young ward—are far more sinister than Magnus even suspects. In London at the turn of the century, Magnus finds old friends, and meets a very surprising young man…the sixteen-year-old James Herondale.
And finally for this week, Andrea Cremer‘s Nightshade Prequel series continues with the release of Stolen Souls.
Bosque Mar, the source of dark magic in Andrea Cremer’s New York Times bestselling Nightshade series, enters our world for the first time in Rift. This short story chronicles what happens when he–and his wraiths–arrive in the village of Dorusduain, a village that disappears in Rift.
What are you planning on reading this week? I will probably be getting the Darkest Minds book to keep up with the series, but I will be holding off on the Nightshade novella until I finally get the books off of the TBR pile.