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Solving crime isn’t only for the living.   In turn-of-the century New York City, the police have an off-the-books spiritual go-to when it comes to solving puzzling corporeal crimes . . .   Her name is Eve Whitby, gifted medium and spearhead of The Ghost Precinct. When most women are traveling in a gilded society that promises only well-appointed marriage, the confident ninet Solving crime isn’t only for the living.   In turn-of-the century New York City, the police have an off-the-books spiritual go-to when it comes to solving puzzling corporeal crimes . . .   Her name is Eve Whitby, gifted medium and spearhead of The Ghost Precinct. When most women are traveling in a gilded society that promises only well-appointed marriage, the confident nineteen-year-old Eve navigates a social circle that carries a different kind of chill. Working with the diligent but skeptical Lieutenant Horowitz, as well as a group of fellow psychics and wayward ghosts, Eve holds her own against detractors and threats to solve New York’s most disturbing crimes as only a medium of her ability can.   But as accustomed as Eve is to ghastly crimes and all matters of the uncanny, even she is unsettled by her department’s latest mystery. Her ghostly conduits are starting to disappear one by one as though snatched away by some evil force determined to upset the balance between two realms, and most important—destroy the Ghost Precinct forever. Now Eve must brave the darkness to find the vanished souls. She has no choice. It’s her job to make sure no one is ever left for dead.


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Solving crime isn’t only for the living.   In turn-of-the century New York City, the police have an off-the-books spiritual go-to when it comes to solving puzzling corporeal crimes . . .   Her name is Eve Whitby, gifted medium and spearhead of The Ghost Precinct. When most women are traveling in a gilded society that promises only well-appointed marriage, the confident ninet Solving crime isn’t only for the living.   In turn-of-the century New York City, the police have an off-the-books spiritual go-to when it comes to solving puzzling corporeal crimes . . .   Her name is Eve Whitby, gifted medium and spearhead of The Ghost Precinct. When most women are traveling in a gilded society that promises only well-appointed marriage, the confident nineteen-year-old Eve navigates a social circle that carries a different kind of chill. Working with the diligent but skeptical Lieutenant Horowitz, as well as a group of fellow psychics and wayward ghosts, Eve holds her own against detractors and threats to solve New York’s most disturbing crimes as only a medium of her ability can.   But as accustomed as Eve is to ghastly crimes and all matters of the uncanny, even she is unsettled by her department’s latest mystery. Her ghostly conduits are starting to disappear one by one as though snatched away by some evil force determined to upset the balance between two realms, and most important—destroy the Ghost Precinct forever. Now Eve must brave the darkness to find the vanished souls. She has no choice. It’s her job to make sure no one is ever left for dead.

57 review for The Spectral City

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    The Spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is the first book in the new series by the same name. This one is perhaps one of those books that may be easier to tell what it is than what it isn’t being a bit of book soup. First you take a bit of historical fiction, set in 1899, and mix it with the paranormal, ghosts, bringing fantasy to the story then let those ghosts help solve some mysteries and perhaps even add a dash of romance. What we also have with The Spectral City is this is sort of a spin of The Spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is the first book in the new series by the same name. This one is perhaps one of those books that may be easier to tell what it is than what it isn’t being a bit of book soup. First you take a bit of historical fiction, set in 1899, and mix it with the paranormal, ghosts, bringing fantasy to the story then let those ghosts help solve some mysteries and perhaps even add a dash of romance. What we also have with The Spectral City is this is sort of a spin off of some of the author’s other work but she assures readers it’s fine to be read as a standalone. Eve Whitby who is the nineteen year old medium and star of this story is the daughter of Natalie Stewart-Whitby and Jonathon Whitby, Lord Denbury, the stars of the Magic Most Foul series. In this series Eve works as a medium and can communicate with ghosts. Eve is a part of The Ghost Precinct in which ladies like herself use their gifts to help solve different mysteries even working with the police to solve cases. Eve teams up with the skeptical Lieutenant Horowitz to help with his case all the while trying to figure out what is happening with the ghosts around The Ghost Precinct. The opener of this series certainly started off as a slow burn read so that did not gets things off to the best start for someone like myself that prefers a faster pace. However, things do pick up a bit later on in the story but dare I say it can also get a tad confusing with a lot going on there too. I would also warn that the end is a bit up in the air being the first of a series to carry over into the next read. So when adding all these things together I decided to rate this first book at three stars in the end, it’s a nice enough start but hopefully will improve in book two. I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley. For more reviews please visit https://carriesbookreviews.com/

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Stoolfire

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Spectral City is a promising series opener. Leanna Renee Hieber does a brilliant job of bringing the historical fantasy paranormal world of early 1900s NYC to life. I love the level of real life historical detail that she's inserted into the story. I also particularly enjoyed the paranormal elements with the ghosts, mediums, physics, and of course the mystery element of The Ghost Precinct. Basically, Eve and her team solve cri I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Spectral City is a promising series opener. Leanna Renee Hieber does a brilliant job of bringing the historical fantasy paranormal world of early 1900s NYC to life. I love the level of real life historical detail that she's inserted into the story. I also particularly enjoyed the paranormal elements with the ghosts, mediums, physics, and of course the mystery element of The Ghost Precinct. Basically, Eve and her team solve crimes with the help of the dead. The cast of characters, though, is what really makes the story in the long run - the main cast and supporting characters. Eve is brilliant - I love her dedication, willingness to do whatever it takes, and her abilities of course - and it doesn't hurt that she's ahead of her time. Detective Horowitz, though, is a real scene stealer and I wish we got to see a little more of him throughout. Hopefully, we'll get to see more of all of these great characters in the upcoming sequel. Finally, there's so much to love about this historical fantasy series opener and I'm really looking forward to seeing what's next for these characters. Until then I'll need to look into more of Hieber's works starting with The Eterna Files.

  3. 4 out of 5

    The Lit Bitch

    I discovered Leanna Renee Hieber way back in 2011 when I read one of her early books. I saw it in a local used book store and randomly picked it up. When I got home I started reading and couldn’t put it down. I loved the romance and the paranormal and her overall storytelling and because of that first book in the Strangely Beautiful series, I fell in love with this author. She writes a spicy romance with great brooding heroes so I was thrilled to read this new book. Ok so this book is a strong sta I discovered Leanna Renee Hieber way back in 2011 when I read one of her early books. I saw it in a local used book store and randomly picked it up. When I got home I started reading and couldn’t put it down. I loved the romance and the paranormal and her overall storytelling and because of that first book in the Strangely Beautiful series, I fell in love with this author. She writes a spicy romance with great brooding heroes so I was thrilled to read this new book. Ok so this book is a strong start to what will hopefully be a promising new series. I loved the idea that this book is built on—-detectives (women) solving crimes with ghosts. It’s different and interesting and I think will give fans of supernatural lit a lot to enjoy. Eve is so like-able. I loved her determination to solve crimes and she is dedicated to her job but what I loved the most was her abilities and how she connects to the ghosts. I loved discovering her character and getting to know her in this book. I think she will be a character that appeals to a wide variety of readers. She’s ahead of her time and quirky but yet so like-able that you can’t help but be excited to read more. Let’s talk about Detective Horowitz for a minute. I loved him. Every time he was in the story I was like swoon city. He was progressive and interesting and I loved that chemistry that he brought. My only bit of disappointment was that we didn’t get to see more of him in this story. I get that it’s supposed to be more about Eve, but I wanted more of Detective Horowitz. I think this book was a promising start. You can tell that Hieber has written a number of paranormal books because her world building was excellent. I loved the amount of historical research and facts she added into this story. I recently read The Alienist this year which featured Teddy Roosevelt and this book also featured him and I loved how she brought TDRs police background into this book. The only thing that I felt like was wanting in this book was the fact that not everything was resolved in this book. I am sure some of the lingering questions will be wrapped up in future books but for me I needed a little more closure and resolution. I read a few other reviews on this book as well and many said the same thing, more closure. Overall I would say this was a four star book for me. It was good but there was room for improvement with the ending. If you are looking for a new paranormal or para-romance style book then you should consider picking this one up. Hieber is an excellent writer with lots of stories in her arsenal. This author is one to watch! see my full review here

  4. 5 out of 5

    Leanna Hieber

    Dear Readers, I'm not reviewing my own book here but instead offering a bit of insight into THE SPECTRAL CITY. This is not your average ghost story. As many of you know, my worlds are parallel and characters cross over from one series to the next. (Don't worry, new readers, you can start with this fresh!) But I am thrilled to return to several of my most beloved friends. Eve Whitby stars as a 19th year old medium who, alongside her favorite friendly ghosts, helps solve weird crime in 1899 NYC. S Dear Readers, I'm not reviewing my own book here but instead offering a bit of insight into THE SPECTRAL CITY. This is not your average ghost story. As many of you know, my worlds are parallel and characters cross over from one series to the next. (Don't worry, new readers, you can start with this fresh!) But I am thrilled to return to several of my most beloved friends. Eve Whitby stars as a 19th year old medium who, alongside her favorite friendly ghosts, helps solve weird crime in 1899 NYC. She is the daughter of Natalie Stewart-Whitby and Jonathon Whitby, Lord Denbury, the stars of my Magic Most Foul saga beginning with DARKER STILL. Eve's best friend is "Gran", her namesake, Evelyn Northe-Stewart. Together these two help navigate the difficult spectral world, trying to make sense of it as the 19th century draws to a close. There's so much heart and soul in this book. There's so much love. There's so much to make one shiver. There's so much life amidst so many spirits. There's a delicious slow-burn romance that I'm having such fun developing as the series continues. There's a wonderful group of unique individuals that come together in a found-family full of humor and purpose. I cannot wait for you to meet new friends and greet familiar faces. I cannot wait to meet new readers and celebrate with my wondrous life-long readers who have continued to be the reason I do what I do. I hope you'll enjoy this series and in its honor, I hope you'll seek out a friend, an elder, a mentor, a family member, a spirit, a stranger, and have a meaningful, life-affirming and spiritually enriching encounter. If anyone has any questions about the series, you're welcome to ask them, I'm not here often (find me on Twitter @leannarenee) but I'll try to respond. Cheers, blessings and Happy Haunting!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anna Szabó

    When I think about ghost stories what comes to mind are horror stories with ghosts haunting people or houses. But The spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is not that kind of ghost story. It’s something else. I LOVED it! There is this sentence that caught my attention. “ There are protocols, paperwork, one can’t just barge in and begin levitating family belongings.” I just knew this is going to be fun and totally different from any other ghost related books I’ve ever read. Eve Whitby is a medium, When I think about ghost stories what comes to mind are horror stories with ghosts haunting people or houses. But The spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is not that kind of ghost story. It’s something else. I LOVED it! There is this sentence that caught my attention. “ There are protocols, paperwork, one can’t just barge in and begin levitating family belongings.” I just knew this is going to be fun and totally different from any other ghost related books I’ve ever read. Eve Whitby is a medium, an especially gifted one. She talks to ghosts. And she uses this gift to help the police solve crimes or try and prevent them. And she cares about said ghosts very much. So when one of them disappears she is desperate to find out what happened. What could harm something that is already dead? And the other mediums as well, I very much like all of them which is rare for me. They all have the gift but use different way to converse with the dead. The plot was interesting although it seemed a little chaotic sometimes. I was sometimes lost between all the cases they handled simultaneously. But everything connects with everything. The ending is not satisfying. Almost all the questions are left unanswered so I hope the next book is out soon. This is my first book by her but won’t be the last. There is a thing that I think might be a mistake in Chapter 9, when Eve is talking to a guy and he calls her Miss Whitby but then he asks for her name a couple of sentences later. Thank you NetGalley and Rebel Base Books for this advanced copy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Janine

    Solving cases with the help of the dead? It certainly sounded quite interesting to me hence why I chose to read this book. And it was. The author made art out of spiritualism, that is for sure. I have been fascinated and wanted to know more. I think it is in human nature to ask what may come after death. I liked the sensitive way answers to that questions are given here while still maintaining some of the mystery. The story takes place at the end of the 19th century. Women still had to fight for i Solving cases with the help of the dead? It certainly sounded quite interesting to me hence why I chose to read this book. And it was. The author made art out of spiritualism, that is for sure. I have been fascinated and wanted to know more. I think it is in human nature to ask what may come after death. I liked the sensitive way answers to that questions are given here while still maintaining some of the mystery. The story takes place at the end of the 19th century. Women still had to fight for independency. Eve is a good example as are her female coworkers. Admirably, they have managed to get their own precinct, the so-called Ghost Precinct. One can only imagine how hard it is for them to be taken seriously even without their gifts. With them it is even more difficult. But no matter the obstacle they have to face, they stay strong because they never are alone. I felt so proud of them. The cases Eve and her ladies are working on were intriguing to read. Over time you get to see that they must all be connected somehow and I really wanted to know what was going on. There still are a lot of open questions that need answers and I would love to find them. Eve and the sceptical decetive Jacob Horowitz. They are so cute. I enjoyed them interacting a lot. Very slow-burn, just as I like it. Can’t wait to see more of it in the next installment of the series. The only thing I didn’t like was how hard it was for me to get into the story. At first I needed to get used to the style of writing. It fits the time period but I still had trouble with the talking around things. The introductory part has been quite long as well, at least it felt that way. It took about a third of the book until I started to feel at home. All in all, I liked reading this book. I can recommend it to those who love paranormal mystery books. Count me in for the sequel.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melise

    I enjoyed this book very much. The story of a young woman named Eve, in New York around the turn of the 20th century, who is able to speak to ghosts who help her solve crimes. She has a benefactor in Teddy Roosevelt, who actually forms a division of the NYPD based around her ability to solves crimes. The book has a nice level of historical detail, with a main character who feels very contemporary in her thinking-something which normally feels jarring to me, but worked well in this book. I was a I enjoyed this book very much. The story of a young woman named Eve, in New York around the turn of the 20th century, who is able to speak to ghosts who help her solve crimes. She has a benefactor in Teddy Roosevelt, who actually forms a division of the NYPD based around her ability to solves crimes. The book has a nice level of historical detail, with a main character who feels very contemporary in her thinking-something which normally feels jarring to me, but worked well in this book. I was a bit worried that this book would fall within the paranormal romance/mystery genre of books like Charmaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels-which I simply do not enjoy very much. But this book did not feel like that series to me, instead reminding me more of Connie Willis’ Blackout. The only issue that I had was the abrupt nature of the ending, which raises another immediate mystery for Eve to pursue. As I was reading an advanced reading copy not due for release for another two months, I am very frustrated by the prospective wait for the next book to find out what happens to Eve and her companions. I received an advanced reading copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thanks!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anna Szabó

    When I think about ghost stories what comes to mind are horror stories with ghosts haunting people or houses. But The spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is not that kind of ghost story. It’s something else. I LOVED it! Eve Whitby is a medium, an especially gifted one. She talks to ghosts. And she uses this gift to help the police solve crimes or try and prevent them. And she cares about said ghosts very much. So when one of them disappears she is desperate to find out what happened. What could When I think about ghost stories what comes to mind are horror stories with ghosts haunting people or houses. But The spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is not that kind of ghost story. It’s something else. I LOVED it! Eve Whitby is a medium, an especially gifted one. She talks to ghosts. And she uses this gift to help the police solve crimes or try and prevent them. And she cares about said ghosts very much. So when one of them disappears she is desperate to find out what happened. What could harm something that is already dead? And the other mediums as well, I very much like all of them which is rare for me. They all have the gift but use different way to converse with the dead. The plot was interesting although it seemed a little chaotic sometimes. I was sometimes lost between all the cases they handled simultaneously. But everything connects with everything. The ending is not satisfying. Almost all the questions are left unanswered so I hope the next book is out soon. This is my first book by her but won’t be the last. There is a thing that I think might be a mistake in Chapter 9, when Eve is talking to a guy and he calls her Miss Whitby but then he asks for her name a couple of sentences later. Thank you NetGalley and Rebel Base Books for this advanced copy.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristine

    The Spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late November. Post-victorian New York detective work (usually having to do with murder or kidnapping) with Eve, other mediums, spirit guides, and the Ghost Precinct. It's all kind of like a third-person-narrated Ghostbusters with a perspective from the ghosts themselves during a post-Alienist timeframe and the spooky concept that ghosts/spirits can be lost even further into the afterlife than where the Ghost Precin The Spectral City by Leanna Renee Hieber is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late November. Post-victorian New York detective work (usually having to do with murder or kidnapping) with Eve, other mediums, spirit guides, and the Ghost Precinct. It's all kind of like a third-person-narrated Ghostbusters with a perspective from the ghosts themselves during a post-Alienist timeframe and the spooky concept that ghosts/spirits can be lost even further into the afterlife than where the Ghost Precinct can access. Eve approaches her work and fellow mediums with such grace and gratitude, even when she encounters people or communities who don’t believe or understand, though she struggles to cope with mean-spirited wails from the other side that distract and play with her emotions & fears.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Copy won through the Goodreads First Reads Giveaway Program. Review to come soon.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    The Spectral City Actual Rating: 3.5 stars Overall I enjoyed this novel. I liked the characters and I found the plot to be adequately intriguing. I had some issues with the story but for the most part I enjoyed it. Characters Eve: Eve was an amazing character. She was most definitely before her time. Her dedication to her job and her dedication to those who were seeking her help was admirable, her love for all was beautiful, and her willingness to do anything in her power was refreshing. Eve was a v The Spectral City Actual Rating: 3.5 stars Overall I enjoyed this novel. I liked the characters and I found the plot to be adequately intriguing. I had some issues with the story but for the most part I enjoyed it. Characters Eve: Eve was an amazing character. She was most definitely before her time. Her dedication to her job and her dedication to those who were seeking her help was admirable, her love for all was beautiful, and her willingness to do anything in her power was refreshing. Eve was a very unique character. Her supernatural abilities and her connection to the dead made for an interesting character who was enjoyable to read about. As for Eve’s personal life I loved all the interactions between Eve and her colleagues and her family. I especially loved her interactions with her grandmother and detective Horowitz. Eve was a beautiful character who I truly enjoyed reading about. Detective Horowitz: Detective Horowitz was a open minded man willing to give new things a try without unprecedented biases towards them. This made for a man who was unique for his time and somewhat shunned in the police society. I loved his willingness to give new things a try. In fact his willingness helped to further along the cases that he was assigned throughout the story. Overall I enjoyed Horowitz as a character. My one regret was that I didn't get to see more of him throughout the progression of the plot. My hope is that in the next book I will have the opportunity to read more about him. Gran: I absolutely adored Gran. I loved her spunk, her personality, and her blatant disregard for societies restrictions. In some ways Gran reminds me of my own grandmothers. Gran’s interactions and worries for her granddaughter (Eve) were genuine and beautifully crafted. The one thing I would wish for when it comes to Gran’s character would be that I wish I could have learned a little bit about her history and life story. Throughout the novel we get little glances and peeks into her life before but nothing concrete or solid. I hope that in the next book we get to learn a little bit more of her backstory. Secondary Character: I found all the secondary characters in this book to be unique and fairly fleshed out. I loved Cora, Jenny, Antonia, Eve’s parents, and all the spirits that helped them during their case. I sometimes wished that I could have seen more personal interactions between Eve and the secondary characters. I felt that a great deal of the interactions they shared were more in a work related setting and this made their relationships seem more formal and less like a blended family. Plot The plot of this novel was at times difficult to follow. I struggled at first to get into the plot line but once I did I was in. Once the story picked up momentum it very rarely slowed down. Even though I enjoy a fast paced plot I sometimes felt emotionally drained after this novel for an extended period of time. I found that while the novel made sense at the basic level I struggled to make some of the connections between the different cases and I struggled to see how they were related. The biggest issue I had with the plot of this story is the fact that it was not resolved for the most part by the end of the novel. This however is a personal preference and other readers may enjoy the cliff hanger. Overall the plot was adequate. The thing that made this novel worth reading however was not the plot the characters and their individual personalities. I would recommend this book to anybody who loves the supernatural, a mystery, and a hint of romance.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Having read an earlier novel by this author, I was immediately interested in The Spectral City. Set in New York City in the late 19th century, the story revolves around Eve, a young woman who can communicate with spirits and uses her talent to assist the police in solving crimes. Eve must endure boorish policemen who believe her out of her depth, as well as well-meaning family members who would just like to see her marry and take her place in society. Fortunately, her grandmother, another sensit Having read an earlier novel by this author, I was immediately interested in The Spectral City. Set in New York City in the late 19th century, the story revolves around Eve, a young woman who can communicate with spirits and uses her talent to assist the police in solving crimes. Eve must endure boorish policemen who believe her out of her depth, as well as well-meaning family members who would just like to see her marry and take her place in society. Fortunately, her grandmother, another sensitive, is at her side, as are a somewhat motley group of other young women who share her gift. Eve is further aided by a handsome detective, Jacob Horowitz, who has his own difficulties with the police force at large. I look forward to the 2nd title in the series! Thank you to NetGalley and Rebel Base Books for the opportunity to read the eARC.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

  15. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Henstra

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jane Schwarz

  18. 4 out of 5

    Crittermom

    The Spectral City is an enticing blend of fantasy and mystery set against the backdrop of turn of the century New York.  For those intrigued by the idea of spiritualism - seances, ghosts, mediums etc.., it is a perfect fit. The New York City Police has an additional department headed by Eve Whitby.   This group of young women are mediums who use their abilities and their spiritual contacts to obtain clues and help solve cases.  Both their gender and their profession receive little respect, but th The Spectral City is an enticing blend of fantasy and mystery set against the backdrop of turn of the century New York.  For those intrigued by the idea of spiritualism - seances, ghosts, mediums etc.., it is a perfect fit. The New York City Police has an additional department headed by Eve Whitby.   This group of young women are mediums who use their abilities and their spiritual contacts to obtain clues and help solve cases.  Both their gender and their profession receive little respect, but they are successful and have a powerful patron in Roosevelt. The novel is somewhat uneven.  The prologue is suspenseful, but the first few chapters are correspondingly dull.  The focus is primarily on the secondary mystery of a missing young girl, as opposed to the corrupt Prenze family (introduced in the prologue) and how and why they are trapping spirits (also discovered in prologue).  I believe the purpose of The Spectral City is to prepare for future installments, with each one allowing discovery of more of the Prenze purpose. While the mystery aspect was lacking, the characters and their interactions were well done.  It is easy to like Eve, her family and coworkers as well as see the chemistry developing between her and Detective Horowitz. But as handsome potential suitors abound, there may be some hiccups in future. I did think things resolved too easily at the end, but I’ll wait until the next novel to pass final judgement. In all, it is an entertaining turn of the century mystery/fantasy that will appeal primarily to readers interested in spiritualism. 3 / 5 (4 / 5 readers interested in spiritualism) I received a copy of The Spectral City from the publisher and Netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review. — Crittermom

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dave Sloan

  20. 5 out of 5

    James

  21. 4 out of 5

    Laurel

  22. 4 out of 5

    Annarella

    I loved this book, it's a wonderful paranormal mystery, well written and enjoyable. I loved the historical background, the paranormal element, and the cast of characters. The plot is a bit slow at the beginning but when it starts going you are hooked. An entertaing read, recommended! Many thanks to Kensington Books and Netgalley for this ARC

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vivek

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Loved loved loved! The main character can see/speak to the decesed, usually in the form of spirits. She has a small role in the police department, helping cases with the assistance of a cadre of women spirits. When some religious artifacts go missing, she is tasked by her police liason (and future love interest?) to help investigate. The mystery itself is heartbreaking, and a lot a bit spooky. It was a great fall read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Moore

  26. 5 out of 5

    Camie Allen

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mallory O'Meara

  28. 4 out of 5

    Darcy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amanda D.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

  31. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  32. 5 out of 5

    Alison

  33. 5 out of 5

    Moon

  34. 5 out of 5

    Petya Valcheva

  35. 5 out of 5

    Rine Karr

  36. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  37. 4 out of 5

    Kamisha

  38. 4 out of 5

    Nichole

  39. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  40. 5 out of 5

    All Things Urban Fantasy

  41. 4 out of 5

    Mjspice

  42. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Wright

  43. 4 out of 5

    MP

  44. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Stefani

  45. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  46. 4 out of 5

    CJ

  47. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth (Miss Eliza)

  48. 4 out of 5

    Plethora

  49. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

  50. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Medley

  51. 5 out of 5

    Judy

  52. 5 out of 5

    Kim Ellis

  53. 5 out of 5

    Kami

  54. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Cockerham

  55. 4 out of 5

    Douglass Abramson

  56. 5 out of 5

    Micielle

  57. 4 out of 5

    Heather Bridson

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