My To-Be Read List #30: poll

Posted February 4, 2017 by Lola in My To-Be Read List / 40 Comments


My To-Be Read List is a meme hosted by Because Reading is Better Than Real Life where at the beginning of the month visitors can choose which book I’ll be reading this month. On the first saturday of a month the poll will be up, then on the second saturday of the month I’ll announce the book that won and on the last saturday of the month I’ll post my review of the book.

For this month I decided to go with three that I recently bought book. All three books were only 0.99$, are first books in a series, new to me authors and urban fantasy genre or at least have some fantasy in them.

Hidden SightHidden Sight (Coastview Prophecies #1)
by Simone Pond

Blinded in an accident, only she can see the truth.
Losing her parents and her sight changes everything for Sibyl Forsyth. Terrified and refusing to accept the gift that she can now “see” into the supernatural realm, Sibyl stays holed up in her backyard, closed off from the outside world.

When she’s plagued with a vision of a catastrophic event, Sibyl knows she can’t possibly sit back and watch her California coastal town’s ultimate demise. Reluctantly, Sibyl sets out to stop her premonition from coming true. With the help of her shifter guide dog, Vago, the two join forces to save the day as they encounter intensely evil spirits with a vicious vendetta. In a race against time, Sibyl and Vago battle their own demons while trying to save the town from an explosive ending that nobody else sees coming.

If you enjoy stories with supernatural visions, suspense, and budding romances, then you’ll love Pond’s latest urban fantasy series! It’s Dead Zone meets Odd Thomas, but with a female heroine who has a lot of heart.

Buy Hidden Sight and “see” what’s in store for you!
Also be sure to check out Pond’s Armor of Magic new adult urban fantasy series!

SailSail (Haunted Stars #1)
by Lindsey R. Loucks

Nineteen-year-old Absidy Jones is a ghost magnet, a sensitive person spirits flock to when they can’t cross over. After her brutal past escaping the hordes of ghosts vying for her attention, she spends her reclusive existence melting down iron into bite-sized pieces. Whether alloy or wrought, ancient paper clips or nails, consuming iron is the only thing that keeps the ghosts away.

But when Absidy’s sister goes missing in deep space, a dangerous place brimming with rogue planets, ship-eating nebulas, and vicious aliens, Absidy vows to find her. She leaves her safe haven and boards the first ship she can that’s on a direct route to deep space—a ship that turns out to be haunted.

To keep the malicious ghosts from killing her, the alluring bad boy pilot gifts her a small bundle of all the iron on the ship. But their growing relationship is tested with the crew’s prying eyes and hidden secrets.

While the ship sails into deep space, it’s not just her sister’s life that Absidy fears for. It’s her own, as well. Especially since her stash of iron has shrunk to zero.

Magick RebornMagick Reborn (Blood And Magick #1)
by Katerina Martinez

Sometimes fate drops your future on your lap; other times fate hides it right under your nose.

When Madison traded up for a gorgeous Victorian house in the New Orleans French Quarter, she thought she was getting away from her toxic life. Sure, the house was old and run-down, but it was hers, and it was exactly the fresh start she wanted.

But then she meets Remy, a mysterious, sexy witch with power, class, and charm to spare, and everything changes.

Unknown to Madison, her arrival in New Orleans sets in motion a chain of events that throws everyone’s life into disarray—not just hers. Now, pushed into the middle of an ancient war between vampires and witches, she must unravel the secrets of the house she’s inhabiting before the forces awakened by her very presence rise from their centuries-old slumber, hungry and eager to feed on everything they can find.

Starting with her.

Now it’s time to vote!


40 responses to “My To-Be Read List #30: poll

    • They all sound like great ones and I love the covers for these. Magick Reborn grabbed my attention with it’s cover and interesting blurb and it was only 0.99$ when I bought it.

    • The covers for all three are great and I am curious about each of them. Thanks for voting, the blurb for Magick Reborn was what made me decide to read it as it sounds good.

    • That’s why I list them here as I can’t decide ad they all sound good. Magick Reborn does sound really good. I saw it in another author their newsletter and it caught my attention.

    • I don’t think I’ve read as many New Orleans books so far, although I do remember seeing some around. It seems a popular setting for paranormal reads.

    • I like this new trend when it comes to fantasy covers, they are all so pretty! I actually had seen Sail countless of times online, but never read the blurb, then one e-mail convinced me to read the blurb and then I was sold. It sounds so interesting.
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  1. I voted for Hidden Sight, it sounds good!
    And yes, I am back after a long silent spell, though I won’t be on the net as much as before. I’m looking forward to reading your blog once again 🙂

    • NO problem :). You didn’t mess anything up. Magick reborn has stayed solidly in the lead the whole time and I just scheduled tomorrow winner post. I just bought book two in that series as it was only 0.99$ so now hoping it will be a good one!

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