Dark Moon: The Blood Altar 1 has enticing mysteries for readers to sink their teeth into, while building characters and relationships.
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Villains Are Destined To Die Volume 5 unleashes Penelope’s anger, but also shows her softening while the game adds new challenges as her birthday approaches.
The Star Seekers Volume 1 starts with a promising idea, blending kpop and magic. Unfortunately, the execution is dull and few things in this volume stands out.
Not-Sew-Wicked Stepmom Volume 2 has Abigail unleashing her villainous side to fight for Blanche against any who dare be a problem to hilarious effect.
The Villainess Turns the Hourglass Volume 1 gives readers a character that isn’t all sunshine nor all evil—which makes the most compelling stories.
The Boxer Volume 4 keeps the frantic pace of previous volumes while still engaging readers in the immersive world of boxers.
Jungle Juice Volume 1 has one of the most unique premises blending creepy insects with people in an educational setting that differs from the norm.
The Remarried Empress Volume 4 entertains with drama between the empress and the emperor’s mistress. Still, it depicts the worse of characters and lacks range.
Villains Are Destined to Die Volume 4 has a frenzied pace and plenty of surprises and laughs. It’s a whirlwind that’s impossible to down.
A Business Proposal Volume 2 is hilarious. The amount of drama and bad luck Hari experiences is comedy gold. Her reactions cement this as a top-notch series.
Not-Sew Wicked Stepmom Volume 1 has the misunderstood heroine with the creepy smile as a villainess in a reimagined story blending humor, drama, and fashion.
Cuckoos Three is a beautiful, moving story filled with growth and gentle moments between two teenaged boys. Inclusive without force, it’s a sweet joyous tale.