It’s Here!!! Book 2, Rise of the Fomori Available on Paperback!!!

Releasing a book is always nerve wracking but also super exciting at the same time! I’m excited to announce that Faerie Warriors book 2, Rise of the Fomori, is now available on paperback! Whoohoo! Click HERE to purchase your copy today!

If you are more of the ebook type, it will be available on May 30th! Click HERE to pre-order your ecopy!

Check below to learn more about Faerie Warriors book 2, Rise of the Fomori!


Brothers at odds. One lost faerie to find. An enemy lurks in the shadows.

But not for long.

After saving her friends from death, Mina finds herself in charge of the faeries of the Haven. But the two faerie factions are still divided, and a lost faerie remains to be found.

Answers about their enemy are elusive. And with half the Haven burned to ash, and the faerie army reduced to a fraction of its former strength, Mina knows they aren’t ready for the attack that may come any day.

They must prepare. They must unite. Or risk being destroyed.

Still reeling from a devastating betrayal, Arius struggles to find his way. Realizing now what he should have known all along—that Mina is the one who will save them all—he is desperate to not lose her in the process.

Time is short. The enemy is making their move.

The Fomori are on the rise.

Raven Born by Bree Moore Book Review

Raven Born is a new adult urban fantasy story about a shifter, Harper, who has raven wings. She is forced into a naturalization camp in order to force her to fit into human society so that the government can control her so that she isn’t seen as a threat to humans. But Harper refuses to be naturalized and instead searches for a way to escape the camp.

There was a lot of great things about Raven Born to enjoy! First off, the main character, Harper is an awesome, badass, native american female. The character development was well done and the story had enough twists and turns to keep it moving through the whole book. The climax was definitely satisfying and leaves you wanting to find out what happens next.

The love story wasn’t in your face which I tend to like, although I feel like the two protagonists really didn’t spend enough time together to really develop that deep of a relationship. But it is clear they will have time to develop their relationship in future books.

There were several occasions where the the book switched into first person or present tense randomly. These little things done several times tended to throw me out of the story.

I loved the two main characters! They were very relatable and I found the plot intriguing and it kept me entertained through the book. I really enjoyed reading it!

If you are into new adult urban fantasy with a great, strong female protagonist, check out Raven Born!

Official Blurb:

Abandoned. Hunted. Betrayed.

As a half-raven, half-woman shifter, Harper’s very existence is illegal. Rumors of a hidden community of raven people draw her north, but she won’t go without her brother. 

When she’s captured by a government task force and taken to a camp for illegal paranormals, she’s threatened by a fate worse than death: the loss of her wings. Now Harper must find a way to evade the magical spells that imprison her. To succeed, she’ll have to trust someone who could betray her in an instant.

Can Harper escape Camp Silver Lake and find her brother before her wings or her life are taken from her?

Readers of Anne Bishop and Ilona Andrews will devour Bree Moore’s binge-worthy new series.

More Information:

You can purchase a copy of Raven Born on Amazon.

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Rise of the Fomori Sneak Peek!

One of the things I have loved about writing Rise of the Fomori is writing from Arius’s viewpoint!

Sneak Peek:

“You took everything from me—from us,” I snarled. “We were doing fine without you. But now look at us, our home destroyed, barely surviving. Nuada’s gone, friends and loved ones fallen—because of you.”

Mina stumbled backward. “Why are you saying this?” The pain on her face was so intense, I might as well have slashed her with my sword.

But the rage refused to ebb. It rose in magnitude. ..“You speak to me of betrayal? You have betrayed us all!”

My faerie guardian came off my arm. The closeness of my golem looming over us blocked the sun. It brought a fist down to crush Mina, but she leapt as it descended, rolling between the golem’s large stone legs. She rose to her feet, releasing her faerie guardian shaped as a large green dragon. It slammed into the back of my golem, shoving it to its knees.

I stepped aside to keep from being crushed. Startled faeries scattered in alarm, but my rage only burned hotter.

The rock monster reached around and clamped onto the dragon’s neck. A roar reverberated across the clearing as my golem forced the dragon off its back and pinned it to the earth. Both stone fists closed around the dragon’s throat.

I rushed Mina. Her hand went for her sword too late. I gripped her throat with my free hand and swung my foot behind her legs, bringing her to the grass, hard. She lay on her back, and I knelt over her, my knees grinding into her arms, keeping her pinned. I released her throat, but she continued to struggle for breath. My golem’s hold on her dragon squeezed ever tighter. Terror flashed across her face. I raised my sword. One or two swings and she’d fall.

Rise of the Fomori ebook comes out May 30th! Pre-order your copy HERE!!!


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Brothers at odds. One lost faerie to find. An enemy lurks in the shadows.

But not for long.

After saving her friends from death, Mina finds herself in charge of the faeries of the Haven. But the two faerie factions are still divided, and a lost faerie remains to be found.

Answers about their enemy are elusive. And with half the Haven burned to ash, and the faerie army reduced to a fraction of its former strength, Mina knows they aren’t ready for the attack that may come any day.

They must prepare. They must unite. Or risk being destroyed.

Still reeling from a devastating betrayal, Arius struggles to find his way. Realizing now what he should have known all along—that Mina is the one who will save them all—he is desperate to not lose her in the process.

Time is short. The enemy is making their move.

The Fomori are on the rise.

Other Information:

If you would rather support me by purchasing your own ecopy, pre-order Rise of the Fomori Today! Book comes out May 30th! Buy your own copy here.

Lies of the Haven is FREE!

Lies of the Haven is FREE!

If you haven’t read it yet, now’s the time to get it! In preparation for Rise of the Fomori coming out next month, Lies of the Haven ebook is currently FREE until Friday, April 30th! Get book one now!

Tattoo magic. Rival brothers. Lost fae. A war full of betrayals.

Nothing is as it seems.

Fifteen-year-old Mina didn’t ask to become the center of a feud between two monster wielding, near immortal warriors and their faerie followers. Nor did she ask to be a faerie. Everything changes the night a dragon sends her nana’s home up in flames.

Mina is forced into a life of lies, monsters, and magic. But as she searches for answers that might end the fighting, an enemy threatens Mina and the lives of those she loves.

Looking For Book Launch Help

Hey guys! In preparation for my book launch at the end of May, I have created a book launch group. If you would like to help out, get free ecopies of my books, be an Advanced Reader or win prizes, then come be a part of the fun! If you want to join and help, you can request to join HERE!

The Wicked King By Holly Black Book Review

This second installment of Holly Black’s Cruel Prince series had some really great developments. Cardan is on the throne but under the control of Jude, his seneschal. Jude is in charge of the Court of Shadows. She must run both the kingdom and her spy network, while Cardan parties, but Jude struggles to hold it all together.

I loved the progress of Cardan and Jude’s relationship and almost loved it all the way up to the end where I was a bit disappointed. However the ending, if disappointing, does lead you right up into book three.

Jude’s trauma from her imprisonment was well done but as far as long term consequences, I felt was a bit lacking. But the action and the twists and turns were awesome and unexpected. The intrigue, gripping. The power plays were well done and there were parts of the ending that verged on epic.

Cardens character progressed very nicely. I liked to see him begin to come into his own as king and how Jude influenced him. And the theme on keeping power presented at the beginning of the book leads into the ending of the book, even if the results were less than satisfying.

Altogether, definitely worth the read, and loving the world that Holly Black has created!

I’ve already started on book 3, can’t wait to see what happens next!

Becoming Human by Amy Michelle Carpenter Book Review

Becoming Human was a refreshing Sci-Fi read about three teenagers who must save earth from alien invasion. The book switches viewpoint between the three teens–two aliens and one human. Kokab is an alien whose planet is about to be destroyed and must convince humans to let her people come and cohabit earth. But her inability to feel or make choices on her own complicates her task. Carter is a human boy who doesn’t believe in aliens after his dad’s announcement about aliens on national television ruined his life. And Ags is the new defender of earth who fears that Kokab’s people are not as innocent as they claim to be.

This was a great read! I really felt connected to the characters and their struggles. The switching between viewpoints was smooth and entertaining. I also felt like all three of their personalities were distinct and unique. The book had plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing and a lot of fun alien culture and technology!

It was great to see each of the characters dealing with their own struggles and how they grew throughout the book and the sacrifices they had to make in order to defend earth. The lessons were sweet and poignant. Altogether a very enjoyable read!

If you are into a coming of age, alien-based sci-fi with unexpected twists, check out Becoming Human!

Official Blurb:

A redneck teen. A robotic alien. A whimsical guardian. Three teens of different species must embrace one another to save all of humanity. 

Carter doesn’t believe in aliens. And he certainly doesn’t defend his dad’s claims that they exist, even if they aired on national television. But then, the girl he’s falling for starts doing strange things, magical things, things that seem a bit out of this world.

Kokab hungers to be a Perfect in a world where her emotions are her greatest flaw. But when her planet faces extinction, her feelings makes her the perfect ambassador to persuade humans to accept her people. Failure means invasion, but success means she will never become a Perfect.

Ags dreams of graduating from the Academy and becoming a guardian of Earth. Obsessed with all things human, she’s eager to spend time on the unique planet. But when she uncovers an impending invasion, she’s willing to lose everything, including herself, to stop it.

Other Information:

Purchase your own copy of Becoming Human on Amazon.

You can follow Amy Michelle Carpenter on her website, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

The Cursed Witch and The Fallen Demon by RL Perez double book review

So I am a person who likes books with a lot of action and anything that is an enemies to lovers style romance. The Nightcaster Chronicles is a series with both of these! Meet Brielle a badass demon hunter who turns out not to have her magic powers. She is sent off to live in 1700’s Spain when her powers refuse to manifest and the magic council worries that she may be a cursed witch. She lives with a group of other witches and wizards who also have difficulties with their powers. Enter Leo, a vampire who leads a coven of demons and is looking for his brother that is being held by the Count who runs the castle where Brielle and the other witches and wizards live.

This is a fun series! The first book was really enjoyable and I enjoyed the subtle romance mixed in with the action. The second book gets very steamy with some intimate scenes. The development of their relationship in book two is pretty satisfying with a heart wrenching ending that leads you directly into the third book! Sometimes the romance was a bit too in your face for me, but the action and the magic mixed in kept me turning the pages.

I really enjoyed Leo’s point of view in book 2. In book 1 I found him less sympathetic but by book 2, I found his perspective much more enjoyable. I love Brielle’s character. I feel like she really drove the first book while Leo really drove book 2. It will be interesting to see how their perspectives are balanced in book 3.

If you are into reading a steamy, dark fantasy romance with time travel and a healthy dose of action and intrigue, check out The Nightcaster Chronicles by R.L. Perez!

Official Blurb:

A dark power rises. A foe becomes an ally. The souls of the undead hang in the balance.

Brielle Gerrick can’t access her magic. In an effort to awaken her powers, she gets sucked into a time portal—to Spain in the year 1735. Struggling to survive, Brielle is attacked by demons led by an arrogant shape-shifting vampire named Leo Serrano. He toys with Brielle—and she hates him for it.

When Brielle’s dark magic awakens a phoenix within her, she discovers an unholy power . . . and a connection to Lilith, the queen of the Underworld. As the threat of Lilith looms closer, Brielle must put her trust in Leo and his coven of vampires. He becomes an unlikely ally, and Brielle tries to resist the attraction between them. Lilith wants the phoenix’s power for her own. She hunts Brielle, willing to kill anyone who stands in her way.

War is waged. The souls of the damned are unleashed. In the end, Brielle must choose between survival . . . and defeating her worst enemy.

More Information:

Read The Cursed Witch today by purchasing it on Amazon.

Read Book 2, the Fallen Demon by purchasing it on Amazon.

Or purchase the whole trilogy by getting the boxed set here.

Follow RL Perez on her website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Bookbub, and TickTock

Rise of the Fomori Prologue Sneak Peek

Check out this Sneak Peek of the Rise of the Fomori Prologue!

Prologue: Vision of the Past

“Ah, our esteemed leaders, come to check on us lowly wretches out here in the trenches.”

 “Watch your mouth, Bres,” Fand snapped.

 She flipped her long pale hair over her shoulder, sitting outside her tent on the mossy ground, one hand holding a stone, her sword laid out before her. Bres lingered near, next to a broad leafy tree, his shoulder-length hair pulled into a ponytail. His eyes, brown with an odd red tint, glazed over Fand. The knife in his hand carved back a layer on the small piece of wood he whittled.

Fand’s attention had been drawn to two men dressed in leather armor a short distance away, who had barely exited a large official tent and were deep in conversation. One man, tall and stiff, spoke with an unyielding intensity, a golem attached to his upper right bicep. The other, who stood with a more casual air, sported a red dragon. Their rich reddish-brown leather was smooth and polished. Fand ran a finger over her own cracking, dirt brown cuirass covering her front. 

“Oh yes,” Bres said, not glancing up from his whittling. His leather armor also appeared a little worn and was the same light brown color as Fand’s. “You wouldn’t want such favored guests to discover what it’s truly like out here. Keeping all those palace faeries safe so they can sit in their nice cushy position and act like they’re the honored heroes—Do you think they find it all that taxing? Come on Fand, you know you’re worth ten of them.”

The corners of Fand’s mouth twitched. “You don’t know what you’re talking about.” She nodded toward the two men. “They are the Sons of Tempest.”

Bres paused and looked toward the men. “Are they now?”

She nodded. “Slayers of the demon horde at Mystic Rune. Victors over the great Vampiric Challenge and retrievers of the Glaive of Light from the Lair of the Dragons.”

Bres recovered. He studied Fand, who watched the newcomers. “Thought they’d be taller.”

Fand shook her head, setting the stone in her grasp aside as her lips curled upwards. “Still think I’m worth ten of them?”

“Easy to make a name for yourself when you carry extra protection,” he said, tapping his bare arms, “and have the right lineage.”

Her smile faded.

“We both know you are one of the best soldiers here,” he said. “But even if by some miracle you performed an act of valiance and bravery that got you into the king’s guard, there’d always be that separation. You’d always be that special case. There’d always be that doubt over whether you belonged there.”

Fand tore her gaze away from the two men, rubbing the skin of her own bare arms. “Who said I’d take a place among the king’s guard even if they offered it?”

He gave her a flat stare, and Fand matched his gaze with unflinching eyes.

“I hadn’t realized how much you enjoyed the constant battles and stench and death,” he said.


“Or that the life expectancy of a faerie guarding the outer realm for all those cushy faeries is a fraction of what—”

“It is an honor to protect our realm. If not for us, chaos would reign.”

“Honor,” Bres spat. “This afternoon we are going up against a horde of faerie-eating ogres. Either they will slaughter us or we will slaughter them.” His jaw clenched once before adding, “I hear they have a dragon.”

Fand paled.

“Fand.” Both Fand and Bres turned at the sound of the new voice. A woman dressed in dark armor with three feathers notched in the shoulder stood several paces behind them. Her braid hung past her shoulder blades, the sides of her head shaven. “I wish to speak with you.”

Fand stood, picking her sword up off the ground and dropping it into the sheath on her belt. She and Bres bowed to the woman and the two women walked away together, leaving Bres staring after them.

“Since when are you spending time with that instigator?” the woman asked Fand.

“Bres? He’s harmless.”

“Hmm.” The woman didn’t appear convinced. They walked past tents and soldiers lounging about. Rocky stone peaks covered in gray forbidding clouds loomed over a deep forest beyond their camp.

“We’re going into battle. Lately, you have gotten a little reckless,” the woman said.

Fand stared straight ahead, an unyieldingness in her step. “I do what the situation warrants.”

“Like when you took on an entire flock of wyverns by yourself? You almost got torn to bits.” Her sharp tone didn’t mask the pride on the woman’s face.

Fand’s chin raised. “I was distracting them. The company was pinned down. I look out for my own.” 

“I know you do. You make me proud. But Fand, I see you like my own daughters.” She shook her head. “Maybe more than my own daughters, and this time—this time please watch out for yourself.”

“I will, Aunt Uaine.”

Fand glanced back at the Sons of Tempest talking, now farther away but still within her line of vision. Arius and Dramian. Without warning, a dragon appeared, large flapping wings spread out and rough red scales covered its body. The two men climbed onto the dragon and it took to the sky.

Fand sucked in a breath. “They’re leaving? They are not fighting with us?” 

Uaine followed her line of vision. “The Sons of Tempest? Did you expect them to? They have their own mission. We can handle things here.”

Discontentment crossed Fand’s face as she watched them soar away.

A messenger approached. “My Lady.” The faerie bowed. “The ogres are on the move. You are ordered to split your division into forward and rear segments and to move to the front, taking the foremost position by the left bank of the shining stream.”

“Tell General Corrigan it shall be done,” said Uaine.

The messenger bowed.


As if on cue, fleshy creatures came down from the mountains, charging toward the faerie army. Fand’s shoulders tensed. They towered over the treetops. Feet pounded the earth and gigantic maces swung, tearing trees from their roots then launching them at the line of faeries. Dirt sprayed as a large tree crashed right in front of the lines where Fand stood. Like an electric current rushing through wire, a shock of nervous fear shot through the eyes of the faeries waiting. Several shifted in anxious anticipation.

Fand’s face grew grim as she watched the oncoming ogres.

 “You know this fight was wholly avoidable,” Bres said from beside her.

She gave him a look that clearly questioned his sanity.

“I speak the truth. Those ogres are only angry because we have restricted their territory.”

“We have been more than generous—”

“Generosity isn’t enough when you used to have the entire world to roam around. Not to mention, if we hadn’t given up our powers, this fight would be over in seconds. You know that’s true.”

Fand gripped her sword and turned on him. “That’s treason.”

But Bres pointed toward the oncoming foaming, roaring figures, maces and axes tossing trees aside like kindling.

“You can report me if we both survive,” he said, his face a shade of green.

Rise of the Fomori will be available May 30th! Preorder your copy today!