So I thought I'd start this recommendation bit on this page of books that I think you guys would love to read and would probably enjoy.
The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare
This is a prequel to the Mortal Instruments set in the Victorian Age and I don't know if it's going to be just me, but after reading the whole series (I finished it yesterday), I am obsessed with books that take place in the Victorian Age. This book is tied to the Mortal Instruments but not directly, but through descendants and such. I was trying to piece together the family tree long after I finished the book.
Basically, it follows Tessa Gray. Her aunt who she had been staying with since her parents died had also passed away, so she was on a ship from New York to London to live with her brother who resided in London. Though it's not her brother that picks her up at the dock, but these two ladies- the Dark Sisters. They start torturing her and training her to Change (a power she does not know anything about that somehow allows her to become other people) so she may be ready to marry this so called Magister. The Dark Sisters have powers as well and blackmail her into not escaping by telling her they have her brother hostage who she loves dearly. She is rescued by a Will Herondale who is a ShadowHunter. Shadowhunters are half human, half angel beings that are descendants of a long line that live to defend humans by protecting them from demons and anyone in the supernatural world that may pose a threat. There are also Downworlders who are your werewolves, vampires, fairies, and warlocks except they are the real thing. Not your twilight shenanigans. The series has three books: Clockwork Angel, Clockwork Prince, and Clockwork Princess.
I highly recommend this book and hope you guys would enjoy it if you do get the chance. Then again this book isn't for everyone so yeah. It contains a mix of fantasy, adventure, action and romance. It will keep you awake at night just thinking and once you reach the last book, you'll be in plain awe as in how such a story could be pulled off and how every single loose end was tied up properly and amazingly.