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  • Steampunk Carnival

    by Cassandra Leuthold

    Katya Romanova gave up everything to work at the one-of-a-kind Steampunk Carnival – her family, her home, her reputation. She wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. As a guide to the guests, Katya enjoys more freedom than most. She makes time to gossip with her best friend, Magdalene. She basks in the elaborate costumes that bring her awed attention, hoping they might also win her a husband. And no man pays her more attention than her boss and carnival owner, William Warden.

    But... more

  • Deadhill

    by Cassandra Leuthold
    When a young man's murder rocks the small, strange town of Bonehinge, Rowena Necroden fulfills her duties to the community's well-being while leading her own personal investigation into the possible involvement of her vivacious lover, Persephone Hillcroft.
  • Prisoners

    by Cassandra Leuthold

    Janessa’s revenge is long overdue.

    As a viceroy’s wife, Janessa enjoys comfort and privilege at a cost: the flaring temper of her husband, Philip, and the hard scrutiny of his advisor, Lorelei. When a new prisoner in the castle dungeon dredges up parts of Janessa’s past no one’s supposed to remember, Janessa struggles to hold onto her sanity. She wants to forget who she was and what she fought for, but reminders lurk around every corner. Lorelei would love to see... more

  • Warpworld

    by Kristene Perron
    Cultural Theorist Seg Eraranat was ready to conquer his first new world, claim its riches, and return to his dying planet a hero. What he wasn’t ready for, however, was to fall in love with one of the locals—Ama Kalder, a feisty young boat Captain—or to lead her people in rebellion against their tyrannical overlords. Hunted by enemies across two dimensions, Seg and Ama will have to strike an uneasy alliance to survive. The fate of two worlds is in their hands.
  • Collapse B008HYUFWO

    by Richard Stephenson
    America is falling, ready to join the Roman Empire as a distant memory in the annals of history. The year is 2027. Tired and desperate, the American people are deep in the middle of The Second Great Depression. The Florida coastline is in ruins from the most powerful hurricane on record; a second just like it is bearing down on the state of Texas. For the first time in history, the Middle East has united as one and amassed the most formidable army the world has seen since the Third Reich. A hidd... more
  • Stormshadow (Storms in Amethir Book 2)

    by Stephanie A. Cain
    Princess Azmei of Tamnen has a decision to make, and she doesn’t like either option: marry Prince Vistaren of Amethir--a man she’s never met--or let her kingdom’s war with Strid go on with no end in sight. Seeing no alternative, she agrees to meet Prince Vistaren, with the caveat that the marriage treaty won’t be ratified until then. Azmei knows she is sailing into a precarious situation. After all, the correspondence she’s traded with Vistaren doesn’t guarantee he’ll be a man she can respec... more
  • Origin of Paradise (Paradeisia Book 1)

    by B.C.CHASE
    Wesley believed Sienna was the perfect wife for him. She would be a wonderful mom, too. Their beautiful American dream was just beginning… But now she was lying in a pool of blood, and their baby was gone—literally vanished from her womb. Drawing on groundbreaking scientific research and mysterious clues from antiquity, internationally bestselling author B.C.CHASE launches you on a thrill ride of discovery and suspense towards an ancient, terrifying truth; truth with the power to destroy any... more
  • 88

    by Michael R. Fletcher
    The dream of Artificial Intelligence is dead and the human mind is now the ultimate processing machine. Demand is high, but few are willing to sacrifice their lives to become computers. Black-market crèches, struggling to meet the ever-increasing demand, deal in the harvested brains of stolen children. But there is a digital snake in that fractally modelled garden; some brains make better computers than others. 88, a brilliant autistic girl, has been genetically engineered and raised from bi... more
  • Eversong

    by Geoffrey W. Cole
    On the cold North Pacific, the crew of the Setsot hunt for the most valuable substance on Earth. In 16th century Peru, a Catholic missionary tries to bring hope to those enslaved to mine silver. Beneath the dark water flows the eversong that unites them.
  • Echoes of Paradise

    by Deanna Kahler
    Connor's dead. But she can still feel him. Is it just her imagination or something more? Celeste wants to know. And she'll stop at nothing to find out. A once-aspiring artist, Celeste is going through the motions of life. She's stuck -- in a job she doesn't love, with a man who isn't right for her, in a web of painful memories from the past. Adding to her despair is the sudden and unexpected death of Connor, her true love. As she struggles to make sense of the world around her, strange coin... more
  • The Terminals

    by Michael F. Stewart
    Sometimes the dead don’t want to talk. You need Terminals to make them. Terminals solve crimes in this realm by investigating them in the next. Lt. Col. Christine Kurzow, fresh from a failed suicide attempt after she cost 11 of her soldiers their lives, is recruited into the covert unit of Terminals as a handler. It's an easy sell. If she's really determined to die, it’s a chance to give her death meaning. But her first case—convincing a monk to chase Hillar the Killer into the afterli... more
  • Where the Carnies Are

    by Kayla Curry
    Where the Carnies Are, is about a twenty-something girl that accidentally walks through a portal to a magical kingdom where carnies spend their time during the off season. It is here that Olive learns she isn’t who she thought she was. Magic lives in her blood, but it has yet to reach her heart. As she is pulled into the world where her parents’ past is covered up, she also comes to care for the people that welcomed her in—especially a handsome knife thrower named Alex. When the ruling king star... more
  • The Stone Thread: Second Chronicle

    by J.R. Evangelisti

    Exit transporter, spectroscopes,aspirators, inky ill-defined shadows prowling, patrolled fortress, automatons, and a protective bubble in this harrowing tale of survival in a post-apocalyptic dystopia thriller set in 3000 A.D.. Tough law Enforcement Officer Cryton a detective first class, struggles to survive each day and trusts no one. He is brought in to solve a mystery by the organization that controls New York City. He will meet Marsha, a woman with many secrets. She is a tough femme fata... more

  • The Master of Whitehall: Katelyn's Chronicles, Book One of The Master of Whitehall

    by Rick H. Veal

    “The eerie opening dream sequence in Veal’s novel creates a sexy inevitability. An enticing supernatural plot with an initially frisky pace …” Kirkus Reviews

    The Master of Whitehall: Katelyn’s Chronicles is the beginning of The Epic Saga of The Master of Whitehall and the first of a sweeping five volume narrative set in Charleston and the surrounding Low Country of South Carolina. It is a contemporary paranormal love story that is unlike ... more

  • DragonFly: Illustrated Edition (Missions of the DragonFly Squadron Book 1)

    by Charles A Cornell
    In 1942, an unlikely heroine changes the course of history. A young woman with the fate of a nation in her hands. An aircraft designed by science, fueled by magic and flown with passion. A World War re-imagined like never before. On the eve of invasion by the Nazis, twenty-two year old RAF pilot Veronica ‘Ronnie’ Somerset is fighting another battle - winning respect within the stuffy, male-dominated British military. She’s feisty and brash and determined to overcome every obstacle to be... more
  • Jude - Book 3: Adsbàn

    by Eric Callcut
    Had he lived criminally? Had Osha and he and his parents and all his acquaintances lived criminally? They had followed the laws, it was true; but that wasn’t really the point – they had written the laws. But even that wasn’t really the point. They were the authors of the Urbanosphere … The cold gnawed at his legs and numbed his fingers. The mean god of frost whipped Jude’s lips, spat parcels of sand into his eyes, across his cheeks. Jude had inherited the Earth: the clean, sterilised, ster... more

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