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  • The Kota

    by Sunshine Somerville

    The epic beginning to The Kota Series!

    The future is an ugly place, but we are not left without hope...

    Earth in Trok's day is plagued by war and the deadly DRK virus. Then his world is turned upside-down by Kota prophesies that explain how the world will be saved - prophecies that say he'll become the immortal Interceder.

    Five hundred years later, the prophesied Kota Warriors are born. Loree is gifted with perfect hand/eye coordination and invisibil... more

  • The Currents of Scorpio (The Zodiac Mysteries) (Volume 3)

    by Kaye Freemartin

    Fated by the Stars...Written in the Blood...Branded at Birth... 

    A World ruled by Astrology

    In Book 3, the water sign territories have succumbed to the Paragons. There's a new administration, new restrictions and a new danger lurking in the minds of the men who hold the reins of power in government; and on eerie, isolated Triton Isle there are those who seek power from another, otherworldly source. A storm is coming. . . In the middle of the ma... more

  • The Curse of Capricorn (The Zodiac Mysteries) (Volume 2)

    by Kaye Freemartin

    Fated by the Stars...Written in the Blood...Branded at Birth... 

    A World ruled by Astrology

    The turmoil on Astrogea continues in Book 2 with the story of Jade Winter, a smart and tough entrepreneur who decides to stir things up inside the old stone walls of her exclusive nightclub. When she decides, just to be edgy, to encourage patrons to dress up as other signs and explore outside their elemental group, she finds that some Astrogeans will go... more

  • The Cusp of Aries (The Zodiac Mysteries) (Volume 1)

    by Kaye Freemartin

    Fated by the Stars...Written in the Blood...Branded at Birth... 

    A World ruled by Astrology

    On an Earth-like planet called Astrogea, people are tattooed at birth with their zodiac signs, which dictate how they look, where they live and with whom they associate. This categorization has resulted in some hostilities between people of different signs or groups of signs, but no one is more disdained than the Cuspians—those born between signs who d... more

  • The Shadow Rises (Witch-Hunter Book 1)

    by K.S. Marsden
    Witches are real, and to be blunt, they’re all black-hearted, and evil. These are not wiccans; witches are a different breed that use magic with devastating effect. Charged with stopping the witches, taking whatever measures necessary, there are witch-hunters, all reporting to the Malleus Maleficarum Council (MMC). For hundreds of years witches have been persecuted and when the powerful Shadow Witch rises again, they have their opportunity for revenge. The best the MMC has to offer, the ta... more
  • To Walk in the Way of Lions (Tails from the Upper Kingdom Book 2)

    by H. Leighton Dickson
    In the Survival of the Fittest, Not All Men are Created Equal. Some are Created Lions. "ONE OF THE BEST I'VE READ IN SOME TIME!" TO WALK IN THE WAY OF LIONS is the second in the powerful Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson and picks up where TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER leaves off. This is a sweeping post-apocalyptic tale of genetically altered lions and tigers, wolves and dragons in a world that has evolved in the wake of the fall of human civilization. Half feline, half hum... more
  • To Journey in the Year of the Tiger

    by H. Leighton Dickson
    In the Survival of the Fittest, Not All Men are Created Equal. Some are Created Lions. "A STUNNING TRIUMPH OF STORYTELLING!" “WORLD-BUILDING ON PAR WITH ZELAZNY!” TO JOURNEY IN THE YEAR OF THE TIGER is the first in a Ground-Breaking Original Series by H. Leighton Dickson. This is a powerful, post-apocalyptic story of lions and tigers, wolves and dragons, embracing and blending the cultures of Dynastic China, Ancient India and Feudal Japan. Half feline, half human, this genetically al... more
  • Blood Toy

    by B.K. Raine

    Diane Woods lost the luxury of having an ordinary life on the night a vampire killed her family while she slept. Since then, she has hunted their kind with singular purpose. It was only a matter of time before one started hunting her back.

    Christopher Desollador is not just out for blood. He hungers to break her…slowly. Considering the trail of bodies she left for him to follow, you could even say she was asking for it. One sadistic torment at a time, he will teach her what it me... more

  • Grayland

    by Maddie DeLange

    After her sister’s suicide, Marina Magaña struggles to get through each day. Stuck in a dead-end job, stalled out of college, and falling out with friends and family, her world is stagnating, drained of color. She’s lost in a metaphorical “grayland” and doesn’t know where her life is headed.

    One day she finds a mysterious locket, and soon after, a mysterious figure—the gray man—appears. Marina doesn’t know what to make of the strang... more

  • Night of the Fae (Ana Martin Series Vol. 1)

    by Lyneal Jenkins

    *** FREE *** Intl. Multiple Award Winning, Bestselling Novel. 

    “I love you,” he murmured as the wisps of light returned to his body.

    What he didn’t say was that his love came with a heavy price and life was never going to be the same again.

    Twenty-six-year-old Ana Martin has a past she is trying to forget. When she meets Gabriel, she believes that she can finally leave her troubles behind her. But Gabriel has a secret…

    He may look human an... more

  • A Witch Among Wolves and Other Pagan Tales

    by Rebecca Buchanan
    The world’s oldest literature is pagan. For thousands of years before the monotheistic traditions rose to dominance in the West, pagans told stories about the loves and miseries and adventures of Gods and Goddesses, heroes and witches and warriors. The Pagans of the contemporary world, in addition to rediscovering the Gods and heroes of old, are also writing for those Gods and heroes. “Alexander’s Heart” is a science fiction tale set in a distant future ruled by the descendants of Cleopatra and ... more
  • A Draemorian Chronicle: The Western World (Fated) (Volume 1)

    by Sebastien Leonard

    'A Draemorian Chronicle: The Western World' is the first of a five-book anthology. The novel is written in an abstract format; a series of historical narratives that are preceded and woven together by journal entries written by the primary narrator, then ended in a novella which continues the present day events. The first novel introduces its narrator, Sorrownote, who then travels the land and meets representatives of nations within the Western World. The Western World is comprised of... more

  • "Afognak"

    by James Rains
    Run. Fight. Die. Alaska’s Kodiak Island has been harboring a dark secret for centuries — and that secret is about to be unearthed. Dr. Joseph Karikoff and a group of survivors must race against time to flee the horrors unleashed on the island. For almost a millennium, the legend of horrific beasts roaming Kodiak Island and killing village children in the dark of night has remained one of Alaska’s greatest mysteries. Scholars at a remote dig site on Afognak Island discover a petroglyph in a c... more
  • The Winter Wolf (The Seraphimé Saga, Volume Two)

    by S.M. Carrière
    War has come. The desert has invaded. Under the guidance of Seraphimé, Marshal of the Tundra, and her devoted consort, Bran, the formerly peaceful nations of the tundra, join with their new southern allies to fight back the invading Ottalan army. But greater plays are in motion. The ancient spirits of the Sierran and Greyl nations are stirring, returning to the mortal realm to battle against the ruthless god of the desert. Gods and ancestors alike stride from the shadow realms to join the fight ... more
  • The Summer Bird (The Seraphimé Saga, Volume One)

    by S.M. Carrière

    After a devastating raid by the slavers of the eastern Ottalan Empire that cripples her clan, killing the chieftain and his wife, Seraphimé, princess of the Osprey Clan, is left for dead in the snows of her homeland, the Sierran Tundra. Rescued and then guided by an ancient god who seeks to wake the tundra and rally her nations against the looming Eagle of the Desert, Seraphimé is instructed to strike south for the homeland of the proud and war-like Greyl tribes to seek aid for ... more

  • Assassins Wall

    by Amanda S. Dubin

    In a Paris train station, Lexi Peters makes a startling discovery that sends her on a life and death journey, bringing together a group of people who all have a secret. But is she ready for the fear, torture, and death that lie ahead? Can Lexi survive the Assassins Wall?

    As an avid reader of science fiction, it was important for Amanda Dubin to bring to life a realistic contemporary female protagonist who deals in the real world, yet is faced with an extraordinary challenge. As a female... more