Books similar to Santa Muerte (The Daniela Story #1)

Santa Muerte (The Daniela Story #1)
3.47 avg. rating
· 32 Ratings
Lucina Stone blends Mexican folklore with modern technology and time travel in this seductive new series where the lines between right and wrong, protagonist and antagonist, truth and fiction, love a…
Rate it:
Goodreads members who liked this book also liked:
XY: On Masculine Identity
4.06 avg. rating
· 79 Ratings
Examining changing role models for masculine identity--from cowboy in the 1950s to Terminator in the 1990s, from flesh-and-blood man to machine--this book suggests that men need new role models and t…
Rate it:
Mother of the Sea
4.29 avg. rating
· 73 Ratings
When her village is raided, a teenage girl finds herself on a brutal journey to the coast of Africa and across the Atlantic. Her only comfort is a small child who clings to her for protection. But on…
Rate it:
The Dance Dragon
4.50 avg. rating
· 6 Ratings
After a lifetime of avoiding dance at weddings and social gatherings, Dan Logan finds himself trapped. His daughter, a ballet aficionado, was getting married. A father-daughter dance was inevitable.…
Rate it:
Away Running
3.68 avg. rating
· 60 Ratings
Matt and Free discover the dark side of the City of Light.

Neither Matt nor Free ever imagined they would be playing American football in Paris, especially with a team from the poverty-stricken sub…
Rate it:
The Eternity War: Pariah
3.92 avg. rating
· 114 Ratings
The first novel in a brand-new series from rising SF star Jamie Sawyer, The Eternity War: Pariah is an action-packed adventure set in the same universe as his acclaimed Lazarus War novels.
The soldiers of…
Rate it:
Ghost Walk
4.67 avg. rating
· 12 Ratings
Maaya is a teenager who can see ghosts, and she and her three friends get by on the poor streets of Sark by sealing away troublesome spirits under the direction of a deceptive, malicious wealthy man.…
Rate it:
Junk Mage
3.76 avg. rating
· 96 Ratings
When technomancer Quillian Defote crash-lands on remote planet Marutuk, he has limited time to repair his ship and get off world. If he fails, he’ll forfeit his position as professor of mechanical tr…
Rate it:
Deliverance from Oppression
DeliverancefromOppressiontellsthestoryoftheauthor'slifebeforebecomingaChristian, detailing thetrauma, self-destruction, andabuseshesuffered, aswellasthesalvationshe found in God's Word. Lindy Lane wr…
Rate it:
A Bitter Pill to Swallow
3.90 avg. rating
· 62 Ratings
Winner of the 2016 Chicago Writers Association Book of the Year Award for Fiction, Non-Traditionally Published.

On the edge of the Chicago medical district, the Harrison School for Excepti…
Rate it:
The Lilies of Dawn
4.38 avg. rating
· 34 Ratings
There is a lake of marvels. A lake of water lilies that glow with the colour of dawn. For generations, Kai’s people have harvested these lilies, dependent upon them for the precious medicines they pr…
Rate it:
3.92 avg. rating
· 283 Ratings
After the death of her beloved Gramps, Delores Colchester, better known as “Itch,” moves with her grandmother from Florida to Ohio. Starting over is hard, and Itch feels like an outsider in her new s…
Rate it:
The Romance Diet: Body Image and the War We Wage on Ourselves
Brave, raw, and unflinchingly honest, this book is a weight loss journey, a love story, a heart beating loudly on the page. Every day we battle against something–injustice, our spouses, our weight. S…
Rate it:
Serial Misogyny: One Sister's Story
3.26 avg. rating
· 19 Ratings
Rebecca Dash appears to have the perfect man. Caring, kind, compassionate, Richard is everything she ever desired.

But when things start to fall apart six weeks before the wedding -- from…
Rate it:
4.24 avg. rating
· 90 Ratings
Zack Ramos is training for two things: being a parent to his twelve-year-old sister once his mother's early-onset Alzheimer's (the same kind he and his sister each have a 50% chance of developing--bu…
Rate it:
Kill River
3.86 avg. rating
· 139 Ratings
In the summer of 1983, thirteen-year-old Cyndi and her three new-found friends Stacy, Zack, and Brad decide to sneak away from their summer camp in the middle of the night by rafting down the nearby…
Rate it:
Kim (Changers #3)
3.95 avg. rating
· 101 Ratings
What if every year of high school you woke up as somebody else?

When we last saw Oryon Small he was kidnapped and locked in a basement, his best friend Chase dying in his arms. In Changers Book Th…
Rate it:
The Jewelled Kitchen: A Stunning Collection of Lebanese, Moroccan and Persian Recipes
"In the Middle East, cooking is a truly intuitive art form ...There is a saying that if you run with your senses, especially your sense of smell, that you will find inspiration. It is never about exa…
Rate it:
Transcendent 2: The Year's Best Transgender Speculative Fiction 2016
As with the first volume of Transcendent, Lethe Press has worked with a wonderful editor to select the best work of genderqueer stories of the fantastical, stranger, horrific, and weird published the…
Rate it:
Divas in the Convent: Nuns, Music, and Defiance in Seventeenth-Century Italy

When eight-year-old Lucrezia Orsina Vizzana (1590–1662) entered one of the preeminent convents in Bologna in 1598, she had no idea what cloistered life had in store for her. Thanks to clandestine ins…
Rate it:
Halcyon (Stargate Atlantis, #4)
3.76 avg. rating
· 202 Ratings
A brutal society needs the team to harness Wraith technology.
Rate it:
Time Trapped (Time Snatchers, #2)
4.00 avg. rating
· 107 Ratings
The high-octane sequel to Time Snatchers.

Caleb thought he'd escaped Uncle's clutches and could have a normal life in 1968, but no such luck. After being forcibly returned to Timeless Treasures and his…
Rate it:
Becoming the New Boss
5.00 avg. rating
· 10 Ratings
Congratulations! Your recent promotion to a position of leadership may very well represent the most exciting moment in your professional career. As an executive, you will have the opportunity to impa…
Rate it:
Balcony on the Moon: Coming of Age in Palestine
Picking up where Tasting the Sky left off, Balcony on the Moon follows Ibtisam Barakat through her childhood and adolescence in Palestine from 1972-1981 and chronicles her desire to be a writer. Ibtisam…
Rate it:
Playing for the Devil's Fire
3.88 avg. rating
· 147 Ratings
Thirteen-year-old Boli and his friends are deep in the middle of a game of marbles. An older boy named Mosca has won the prized Devil's Fire marble. His pals are jealous and want to win it away from…
Rate it:
3.89 avg. rating
· 195 Ratings
A newly out-of-the-closet band mom falls for an orchestra teacher while snowed in at All-State. Lana Novak hasn’t played violin in over twenty years, her musical life these days confined to being a d…
Rate it: