"Brilliant and beautiful. So smart, so clever, so intelligent, so important for young girls. Acosta’s take is a retelling of Jane Eyre, plus a completely engrossing tribute to Gothic literature, and finally to feminist poetics." —Melinda Jane Harrison on Dark Companion


"With a genre-hopping plot that is both heart-breaking and heart-warming, The Dog Thief is a gripping read that will have your heart racing from start to finish." —James Sinclair, Autistic & Unapologetic

"[Maddie] is equal parts brilliant and disastrous depending on whether she’s in her comfort zone training her dogs at work or cycling drunk to visit her ex-girlfriend.. ...it was entertaining to read about an autistic woman who manages to piss people off on a semi-regular basis while still being pretty awesome." —Books on Autism

 "Maddie is unfailingly funny, sometimes cringe-worthy and always engaging. Her insight into the behavior of her beloved pack juxtaposed with her bafflement about the people surrounding her allows for unexpected glimmers of wisdom. A fast moving multi-stranded plot is enlivened by a great cast of supporting characters. I love the Coyote Run books." —Amy E.K.

"Pure and heartfelt. The Dog Thief is an amazing book. Well constructed, deftly written and beautiful all the way through. Poetically powerful insight into both animal and human behavior and a satisfying ending. ★★★★★" —Amazon Review


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Dirty Sexy Books #1 Pick of Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy series  

“The Casa Dracula series is a comedy-of-manners and errors, an enlightened situational comedic series of Oscar Wilde-esque proportions and brilliance."—Danielle Binks, Alpha Reader

"The Casa Dracula series is more than just another vampire tale...plenty of social commentary, with a smart but not toffy intelligence." —Urban Fantasy Fans

Happy Hour at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 1)

"A comedy of manners with fangs." —Christopher Moore, NYT bestselling author

"A cross between Bridget Jones's Diary and Interview with the Vampire." -Latina Magazine

“Cool characters, witty dialogue, and laugh out loud moments in this Jane Austen channeled vampire romp.”—All Things Urban Fantasy

Midnight Brunch at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 2)

"The unique and alluring Milagro will continue to amaze readers in Acosta's terrific new adventure."

"An addictive combo plate of romance and vamp satire." -Publishers Weekly 

"The delight is in Acosta's clever, fresh voice, which moves the narrative at a rollicking pace."

The Bride of Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 3)

"Acosta's talent is staggering...She shows readers all over again just how funny, ridiculous and thoroughly gifted she is at plotting." —Romantic Times 

“Perfect for readers who like a little snappy satire in their vampire romances.” —Booklist

Haunted Honeymoon at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 3)

"Milagro is back and wittier than ever! A phenomenal vampire series." —Romantic Times

"Full of heat, humor, and a tiny bit of heartache. Damn near perfect."—Dirty Sexy Books

"A fitting end to a great series. Utterly terrific and highly recommended. Five Stars." —Love Vampires

“Frustratingly great, and surprises you at every turn... crafty and oh so delicious.” —The Spinecracker 

"Extraordinary and hilarious. Five Blue Ribbons" -Romance Junkies


"A fiercely fun and witty contemporary love story nestled in one of San Francisco's trendiest neighborhoods, Pacific Heights." —Nob Hill Gazette

"Chick-lit with brains, manners, zest, and know-how." —San Francisco Chronicle 

"An ideal volume to throw in your beach bag...an easy, breezy read that managed to suck us in with its San Francisco references, chick lit 'tude and love drama-rama." —SF Indie Fashion


"One heck of an amusing, often hilarious book." —Bridget LaMonica, Den of Geek 

"A fun, escapist romantic romp with superheroes—who can resist?" —Kirkus Reviews 

“Jennifer /Shulky is lovable and funny. With a sizable dash of adventure and romance to spice things up, this is a good choice for the comic-book nerd as well as the light romance reader.” —Library Journal 

"An absolute delight. Whether you like She-Hulk straight up, comedic, or a combination of both, The She-Hulk Diaries is the She-Hulk endeavor for you."  —Peter David, NYT Bestselling Author of X-Men and The Incredible Hulk 

"Delightful..the kind of wryly self-aware pulp sensibility that translates gorgeously here." —Rachel Edidin, Wired

"Holy moley, I was entirely won over by this! It’s glorious, trashy fun. Hell, I want to see Acosta get to make this into a monthly comic." —Graeme McMillan, Wired and The Savage Critics


"I sank into the book with pure pleasure, enjoying Jane discovering the world of Birch Grove, picking up on the dark undertones and whispers of things not being quite right... A wildly delicious supernatural paranormal spin on Jane Eyre." —Liz Burns, School Library Journal

"Her well-drawn characters shine--Jane especially, whose very nongothic life on the street makes for a gritty opening and influences the whole.. Acosta's story is an impressive contender in the crowded YA paranormal field." —Publishers Weekly

"A breath of fresh air in a genre marked by creaky gender relations and unchallenged class stratification." —Kirkus Reviews