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  • Stage Four

    by John Payne

    Three people are dying of melanoma cancer. Nothing more can be done for them. Their pets are keeping them alive. The Chicago metro-sexual has a python, the gay guy from Paris has a French bulldog and the lawyer from San Francisco has a falcon. Their pets are keeping them alive until they get their ravaged bodies to Texas, and for one mil, undergo the treatment process. They are verified cured by their doctors. All goes well until certain atmospheric conditions erupt, and they genetically morp... more

  • Salt in the Blood

    by NB Williams
    It has waited in the salt since 1900 B.C. Now, a heady combination of love and greed has set it free. When caregiver Julianna Margate took a job looking after the aging widow of the county’s most prominent businessman, she never expected to come face to face with a creature whose origins are so ancient they are recorded in the Bible. But the longer she stays at Harrow House, the more she realizes something is not quite right. Tensions seethes between crippled Lavinia Harrow and her butl... more
  • Eyes of Autumn

    by Cynthia H. Wise
    Recurring dreams have plagued Katie Hammond since childhood, forcing her to keep an open mind to the paranormal. But when Katie is compelled to follow a forest path during her trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains, she stumbles into a forgotten life—one she’s not sure she wants to remember—and an enthralling man who shouldn’t exist. At the end of the path is Marcus Hillyerd, a man with a secret and golden eyes. He comes face-to-face with the only woman he’s ever loved. The only problem—she doesn’... more
  • The Early Scrolls: Compendium to Sands of Time

    by Christine Church
    Even vampires have a history. And archaeologists have dug it up. From ancient Egypt comes the translated scrolls, a "diary" of Kesi of Giza, a hybrid blood drinker who is half human/half god. In this Book Two of the award winning Fate of the True Vampires series, Kesi records on papyrus the trials and tribulations of growing up as a race seen by humans as gods in which to offer their blood. Wanting only to be normal and falling in love with a human boy, Kesi discovers her life will always be any... more
  • The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley: Complete Edition

    by Jeff Deck
    My name is Mark Huntley. All I really wanted to do was drink cheap beer and blog about my dead-end life. Then I stumbled across a secret war between two sinister alien forces. If I try to stop the war, I may get my friends and loved ones killed. If I don't try, the human race is toast. Oh yeah, and a demonic weapon inside me is probably driving me insane. If I'm already dead when you find this, you need to carry on the fight.
  • Murder in Wizard's Wood

    by Michael J Allen

    For centuries, southern peanut farmer Jedediah Shine has protected secret preserves of Wild Fey from humanity. He’s shielded modern humanity from bloodthirsty Fey. Unknown factions from both are dropping fresh corpses on his lawn, leaving Jedediah holding the body bags.

    A vengeful mercenary company resurrect an ancient blood feud. Forewarned against direct action, the Namhaid orchestrate a subtle plot pitting the wizard against law enforcement agencies. Rebellious young centaurs c... more

  • Three Days Breathing

    by Mike Maguire
    Corim Colleran is born into a cold and sterile world. In tiny apartments, meager meals are delivered through chutes in the cupboards. In robot-run schools, sexual development is cultivated with clinical precision. No one can leave their corner of the city. No one can change the course of their predetermined days, or the length of their preset lifespans. The only real thing Corim can choose is the woman he loves, but the life he builds with her is torn apart by a violent encounter with one of... more
  • Blood Divine

    by Greg Howard
    Cooper Causey spent a lifetime eluding the demons of his youth and suppressing the destructive power inside him. But a disconcerting voicemail lures Cooper back home to the coast of South Carolina and to Warfield—the deserted plantation where his darkness first awakened. While searching for his missing grandmother, Cooper uncovers the truth about his ancestry and becomes a pawn in an ancient war between two supernatural races. In order to protect the only man he’s ever loved, Cooper must embrace... more
  • Dawn of Speer

    by Steven Hepper
    Sahk ahtahz is at war against the world and is losing. a group of unknown breed of warrior is to blame while another rises to the surface. unknown dialects of Sahkahtahz is actually Hailgeross, thee unknown nation if not world that hides forever from the surface world of planet earth. an unknown of phonimia is telling Speer a soldier of the rising warrior breed where to go and what to do while he is exempting his missioning's among many like his own. Sahkahtahz people are an distinguishing r... more
  • The Virgin Queen

    by Jennifer Allis Provost
    A broken queen. A friendship mired in deceit. Can one man from the desert help hold the realm together? Asherah, Queen of Parthalan and Lady of Tingu, has led her people through eight centuries of prosperity. That peace shatters when Mersgoth, the mordeth thought long dead, attacks Teg’urnan. In the aftermath a new warrior emerges: Aeolmar, a man as secretive as he is deadly. Asherah and Aeolmar race across Parthalan in pursuit of Mersgoth, and track the beast to the High Desert. While t... more
  • Heir to the Sun: Book One of the Chronicles of Parthalan

    by Jennifer Allis Provost
    A mad king. An escaped slave. One warrior to save the realm... When Asherah, stripped of both her memory and her dignity, learns that King Sahlgren is responsible for her torment it nearly breaks her. Instead, she leads her fellow slaves to freedom. More prisons are scattered across Parthalan, and Asherah vows to burn them all. Caol'nir, a warrior descended from the gods, is sworn to serve and defend the king. Then a priestess is murdered, and Caol'nir learns that Sahlgren is to blame. De... more
  • The Magic Pouch

    by Hank Angus
    In real life cancer has become a plague. It is talked about in silent whispers and prayers for it to stay away. But all too often cancer wins. If cancer were an invading enemy, we would not sit by idly, yet this is exactly what we do. We watch as the enemy comes to our shores. We watch as it invades our homes and neighborhoods. We watch as it kills our friends, our families, and worst of all, our children. In The Magic Pouch, the enemy is brought on by an evil witch by the name of Cancer. She em... more
  • Paths of the Shadow

    by Hannah Ross
    Meet Nicholas Swift, a determined bachelor and a skeptical historian. His work is made of dispelling myths and shedding light on the solid body of fact. When he is told by the residents of a small village about a strange phenomenon that can be observed in the area, he dismisses these rumors as old wives' tales. Sooner than he knows, however, he is drawn into an adventure he neither expected nor wished for as he discovers a magical link between our world and another quite unlike it.
  • The Beauty in Darkness: A Vampire Story

    by Leah Reise

    The Beauty in Darkness encompasses the journey of two estranged sisters. Edrea is a recently turned vampire in San Francisco who fights to save her humanity in the face of her transformation into one of the undead. Rena, her guilt-stricken mortal sister, embarks on a dangerous quest in search of Edrea, whom is believed is merely "missing."

    As they follow their individual roads through life and the un-death, Edrea and Rena learn not only that their sisterly bond is stronger tha... more

  • Hero of the Republic: (The Parasite Initiative, Book 1)

    by Britt Ringel

    Caden Twist is destined for a life of service in the Brevic Navy, guided by his ambitious mother. Sabrina Twist knows a legacy of loyalty and honor is worth a great deal in their Republic. Her son distinguishing himself in combat during the Brevic-Hollaran War is a golden opportunity to advance their family name.

    Far from the Brevic Republic, Aoife Covington comes from privilege but yearns for the military experiences of her older brother. She's chosen the Seshafian Marine Corps as ... more

  • Wingless on Bréo

    by Debbie Palonen
    It’s not every day that Cassie is forced to tie a hunky wounded alien to her bed, but her grandmother insisted for safety’s sake. And that was just the beginning of the trouble. There were his savage ways, a strange telepathy between them, and the way he kissed her. When she asked Níall to bring her into his world, Cassie didn’t know she’d wind up a prisoner. But the battle for the throne threatens human and Adannike alike, and nothing will ever be the same.

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