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  • Highway Thirteen to Manhattan (Book 2 in The Six Train to Wisconsin Series)

    by Kourtney Heintz

    His secrets almost killed her. Her secrets may destroy them both.

    Kai is recovering from a near-death experience when she realizes something isn’t right. Her body is healing, but her mind no longer feels quite like her own. Her telepathic powers are changing, too. She can’t trust herself. The darkness growing inside of her pushes her to use her telepathy as a weapon.

    Oliver clings to the hope that he can save their marriage, even though he was the one ... more

  • The Six Train to Wisconsin (The Six Train to Wisconsin Series Book 1)

    by Kourtney Heintz
    When Kai's telepathy spirals out of control, her husband Oliver brings her to the quiet Wisconsin hometown he abandoned a decade ago, where he must confront the secrets of his past to save their future.
  • The Forgotten Web: A Novella

    by Sara C. Snider
    Robin's simple life is changed forever when a young Weaver named Fauwen accidentally unravels his existence and traps him in her own strange world. Refusing to accept his disastrous fate, Robin convinces Fauwen to use blood magic to weave his life anew. But that which is unwoven can never be redone, and a life borne of blood carries a terrible price. Robin returns to a darkened world where shifting memories and tenuous realities threaten to tear apart the fabric of his sanity.
  • A Shadowed Spirit (Tree and Tower Book 2)

    by Sara C. Snider
    She used to be called Emelyn. She used to be nobody. Now she is Siyan—a creature of magic known as an And’estar. But Siyan doesn’t understand what that means, just as she can’t control the power that has woken within her. Addigan worked her entire life to master the Art of magic and become a respected Magister, only to fail her final test. Scarred and desperate to prove her worth, Addigan pursues rumors of trees of power and a mysterious people called And’estar. When Siyan heads into the d... more
  • The Thirteenth Tower (Tree and Tower Book 1)

    by Sara C. Snider
    Abandoned as a baby, young Emelyn’s life as a housemaid in the quiet village of Fallow is unremarkable—and empty. That is, until a host of magical creatures arrives and inflicts terrible misdeeds on the townsfolk. Inexplicably immune to their enchantments, Emelyn joins a pair of Magi intent on stopping the cause of the trouble—and who claim to know of her parents, promising Emelyn answers to a lifetime of questions. But the answers Emelyn seeks prove to be more elusive than she hoped, and the... more
  • Bridge Daughter

    by Jim Nelson

    Young Hanna thinks her thirteenth birthday will be no different than the one before—until her mother explains the facts of life. Hanna is a “bridge daughter,” born pregnant with her parents’ child. In a few months she will give birth and die, leaving her parents with their true daughter.

    A mature bookworm who dreams of college and career, Hanna is determined to overcome her biological fate. Navigating through a world eerily like our own, she confronts unyielding ... more

  • Soldier of Fortune: A Gideon Quinn Adventure (Fortune Chronicles Book 1)

    by Kathleen McClure
    On the planet Fortune, tech is low, tensions are high and heroes as unlikely as they come. Wrongly convicted of treason, Gideon Quinn spent six years harvesting crystal under the killing suns of the Morton Barrens. When a general of the Corps arrives with an offer of freedom and the chance to clear his name, Gideon doesn’t have to think twice. With his pet draco Elvis on his shoulder, Gideon takes 'ship for Nike City on a quest for justice (or, failing that, revenge). What he finds is a ... more
  • GEMP

    by J Carrell Jones
    A creationist would tell you God created the Heaven, Earth, the skies above it, and everything beyond. God created Humans in His image. We are here to serve, not command. An Evolutionist may say the Universe was created with a flash bang and that Earth is a small part of a bigger picture. We are here to insure the perpetuity of the species. We think, therefore we are. Steve Launse thought it all academic. To him, God was a device that drove Humans to achieve. We advanced because we needed to b... more
  • Allies and Enemies: Rogues, Book 2 (Allies and Enemies Series)

    by AMY J. MURPHY
    For renegade soldier Sela Tyron and her former captain, Jon Veradin, the Reaches were a chance at a fresh start and freedom from the Regime. But what should be easy is never easy. In this savage, hardscrabble region, ruled by the ruthless Guilds, the pair quickly find themselves in the crosshairs of scheming gangsters and their muscle-bound henchmen. Meanwhile, Jon’s sister Erelah Veradin was supposed to be dead. That was her plan, anyway, when she sought to destroy the relentless Tristic. Mi... more
  • Allies and Enemies: Fallen, Book 1 (Allies and Enemies Series)

    by AMY J. MURPHY
    Purpose-bred to be a soldier of the Regime, Commander Sela Tyron is about as subtle as a hammer. To hammers every problem can look like a nail, but the solution is not always that simple. When Sela encounters a son she is forbidden to know, falls in love with a man who is clearly off-limits, and is abandoned with her team on a planet full of insurrectionists, things get complicated. After a daring rescue by her captain, Jon Veradin, a member of the elite, Sela begins to question everything. ... more
  • Blessed Lands Egypt

    by J Carrell Jones
    Blessed Lands Egypt - The year is now, but things are very different. Ancient Egypt never became ancient. Libyans, Nubians and Assyrians never invaded. The Thirtieth Dynasty repelled the Persians in 343 BC. and Egypt entered a long period of expansion. Syria, Greece and all of Africa conquered. Rome fell before it truly began. Most of Europe and Parts of Asia were absorbed. Egypt became the dominant country from the 18th through the 20th century. The Blessed Lands embraced peace after a long blo... more
  • Enemy Me

    by J Carrell Jones

    Pete Walker died . . . again . . . and again . . . and again . . . The very profitable pharmaceutical behemoth Forever Life, Inc. was ready to start Human trials using a new wonder drug that was going to liberate the world. Every disease known - cured. Every handicap or birth defect - eliminated. You don't like your hair texture? Your eye color? Skin color? Height? One small pill taken at night, a short drug induced coma, and several days later - a new you. The problem was that Pete feare... more

  • B00VKTDWD2

    by baibin nighthawk
    The year is 2117. Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities. Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum "I belong, ergo sum". Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana’s main food sourc... more
  • Shrivers: The Substrate Wars 3

    by Jeb Kinnison

    Main characters: JUSTIN SMITH - Everyman Californian engineer turned leader of the rebel government. STEVE DUONG - Vietnamese prodigy who discovered quantum gateways and substrate computation. SAMANTHA WEST - Justin’s wife, well-bred daughter of LA movie producer. Expert on economics and diplomatic leader. KATHERINE SMITH-WEST - ‘KAT’ – Precocious 10 yo daughter of Justin and Samantha. DYLAN FOSTER - Samantha’s former abusive boyfriend, exiled to prison planet Pa... more

  • The Teristaque Chronciles

    by Aaron Frale
    Kal has always been considered too “fragile” to participate in the village activities. Her lithe stature seems to link her to her father, and distance her from everyone else. He left the village to fight in the Teristaque Wars and never returned. She meets Sarge, a strange star species of the human race who seems to know the secret of the patch from her father’s uniform. Kal has always known she is different than her fellow villagers, and finally she may be closer to finding out why.
  • Casting in Stone

    by Morgan Smith
    They said ill winds blew at her back. They said she was cursed, a hex, and a jinx. And it was true: everywhere she went, no matter what she did, misfortune seemed to follow in her wake. But that, of course, wasn’t the worst of it. The evil that seemed to track Caoimhe throughout her life had caused many tragedies. She fled her old life, trying to lose herself in anonymity , but the unholy circumstances of her birth, and the machinations of those who sought to use her existence to further their ... more

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