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Celebrate #SFFWeek with these recommendations #PNR #UrbanFantasy #Giveaway

Goodreads is celebrating Science Fiction and Fantasy week. So we decided to share some of our SFF faves. Most of these stories lean towards fantasy (urban fantasy, paranormal) than science fiction. But it's s great selection of books and worth checking out. We love all the magic and mystery as well as the supernatural suspense.

There's also a giveaway, so don't miss out. 💝

The Santeria Habitat Series by Kenya Wright

These stories are a blend of fantasy, paranormal and suspense. Ms Wright brings her A game as she pulls you right into the Habitat as you follow the characters on their quest to solve the mystery of the Santeria.

The Reanimation Files by AJ Locke

Follow Necromancer Selene on her adventures as she solves mysteries while fighting the Rot, survives a reanimation among a whole other stuff. There's certainly enough to keep you entertaining and wanting more.

Sacred Amulet series by Kiru Taye

Take a trip back to ancient Africa when gods walked the earth and legends were born. There's magic, and the paranormal, suspense and romance.

Dark Sentinels by Dariel Raye

Get drawn into this interracial paranormal series with protective wolf shifters. These are smoking hot reads and why not.

Here are some other non-series SFF romance books to check out:

Love Through Time by Nana Prah (Romance with paranormal elements)

The Star Princess by Jessica E Subject (Science Fiction Romance)

Samaria by Jaxx Summers/Janice Ross (Fantasy Romance)


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Urban Fantasy


  1. A wonderful selection. Elise Marion has a great urban fantasy/romance series.

  2. Recommending Authors Scott Lynch & Brandon Sanderson.


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