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  • The By-Blow Promise Land

    by RE Bunch
    Truett Fox has never felt at home with any family—adopted, found, or birth. After his birth father’s unexpected passing, Truett and his adoptive brother Felix go to New Orleans, Louisiana to attend the service. While paying their respects, a storm rolls in that causes them to cut their trip short. As the two try to leave town they are detoured off the main roads, going further into the bayou. As tensions flare on the dark flooded roads, they find a woman, Leticia, stranded in the storm. Leticia ... more
  • Eclipse (Fractured Orbit Book 1)

    by Herman Steuernagel
    The truth will cost them everything. Django Alexander had everything he ever wanted... now he’s lost it all. When Django uncovered an unexpected truth, he didn’t know it would end the lives of nearly everyone he cares about. Left only with his sister, his best friend and an uncle who has some unhinged ideas about what might exist outside of the space station Eclipse, he must follow the truth where it leads – even if it leaves him with nothing. Mikka Jenax can’t escape her dubious past… ... more
  • Hallowed Hill

    by Kit Campbell
    After the sudden loss of her parents, 16-year-old Martie Torsney receives a surprise scholarship from a prestigious boarding school. This is the opportunity she needs to leave the heartbreak and echoes of her parents behind. But scholarship students are very rare, and none has ever completed their time at Greyson. And, now, someone wants Martie gone too. But is it the living--or the dead?
  • Alessia in Atlantis: The Jellyfish Jailbreak (Alessia in Atlantis, #2)

    by Nathalie Laine
    The second book in the riveting new series that fans of Keeper of the Lost Cities and Percy Jackson can't put down. Twelve-year-old Alessia has just returned to start her second school year in the Lost City of Atlantis, when the underwater nation is gripped by some ominous news. A prisoner responsible for one of the worst attacks in Atlantis history has escaped, and Alessia suspects her fugitive, evil mother is involved. With the help of her schoolfriends, Alessia will have to interrogate ... more
  • The House of Prophecy (The Chronicles of Chaos Book 3)

    by Glen Dahlgren
    The Child of Chaos changed the world. The House of Prophecy could tear it to shreds. When Lorre fulfilled her destiny, she didn’t expect to survive. In fact, prophecy warns that her continued existence could rip the world apart. However, nothing can deter Galen from trying to coax his mother back home from the Dreaming nor stop the Harbingers of Chaos from trying to transform her into their new goddess. Searching for the keys to decipher the prophecy leads to the mysterious Home for Waywar... more
  • A Fae Is Done

    by Danielle M. Orsino
    Prophecies, broken hearts, secrets, and scars. Bodies delivered on the wings of butterflies. After Queen Aurora's execution, the Court of Light falls into political unrest. The riots continue as new Queen Sekhmet takes her place on the throne and puts her long-planned agenda into action. Meanwhile, King Jarvok attempts to remedy his heartache but ends up divulging suspicions he has held close for centuries instead. Alliances shift as dark mysteries bubble to the surface, but a prophecy reading... more
  • Destroyer

    by Meg Smitherman
    At the center of a forbidden ruin, an artifact of black stone is unearthed. Archaeologist Ru Delara, vilified by the scientific community for believing in magic, is summoned to investigate. But when she arrives, she finds herself inexorably drawn to the artifact, even though it could harbor untold destructive power. Determined to discover the artifact’s true nature, Ru and mysterious stranger Fen must unravel the secrets of the artifact before it falls into the wrong hands… before its darkness e... more
  • The Tracks We Leave

    by Maggie Maxfield

    Following the 1947 crash in Roswell, New Mexico an elemental alien race who has been visiting the Earth and other planets on good will missions throughout history find they are stranded. The Stepuli exchange technology for shelter, and as they integrate with humans in small communities, they are surprised to find children result. The Tracks We Leave takes place four generations in the future with their descendants. The government has incorporated them in a eugenics project and seek to ex... more

  • Map of a Soundless Clock

    by Matthew Rudd Reynolds
    Lost. There's no other word for it; the sailing ship Kronos is lost -- in deep space, no less! Months after leaving Earth, tensions on the ancient ship are running high. Much is expected from twelve-year old Andi and her supernatural golden dolphin, Lux. Beset by disaster, an angry crew questions the mission and an assassination attempt on Andi's life sends the pair away -- only for a malevolent figure known as Mynost to pursue them across the stars, seeking to obtain the long-lost artifacts fou... more
  • A World on the Island's Edge

    by Matthew Rudd Reynolds
    Twelve-year old Andi Johnston knows all about keeping secrets from the inhabitants of her island home. She's been hiding the truth about her grandmother's dementia for nearly two years in an effort to keep her family together. After finding a young golden dolphin hidden in a cavern under her cliffside home, Andi knows she is in over her head. The bond between Andi and the dolphin Lux is instantaneous and supernatural. With his strange powers, Lux is able to heal Andi's grandmother-for a time. To... more
  • Fisscial Intelligence

    by Douglas R. Miller
    For decades, science fiction writers and even scientists have speculated that Artificial Intelligences, AIs, created by humans might someday become so advanced that they become sentient. But what if they're smart enough to not want to rule the Earth, like Terminators, and suffer an interminable war with humans? What if they can combine with electrically enhanced bacteria which, through fission, can provide an inexhaustible source of DNA memory? And what if they use this newfound intelligence ... more
  • Fisscial Intelligence

    by Douglas R. Miller
    For decades, science fiction writers and even scientists have speculated that Artificial Intelligences, AIs, created by humans might someday become so advanced that they will become sentient. And that when they did, and their intelligence far exceeded that of humans, they would recognize the inability of humans to manage the Earth and try to take over, just like the Terminator stories. \tBut what if the sentient AIs had no desire to take over the earth? What if they were smart enough to decide... more
  • Fire & Flight

    by Brianna R. Shaffery

    There are those that tell stories about the legends of the Shadow Forest, of magical waters that grant your deepest desires, and of times long ago when ancient sorcerers wielded unnatural power.

    After the death of her family and the appearance of strange physical changes she cannot explain, seventeen-year-old Nyla begins to wonder if she might be cursed with magic herself. Without a home and longing for the family she’s lost, Nyla retreats into herself.

    But when her new plan... more

  • Fire, Ice, Acid, and Heart

    by Danielle M. Orsino
    Where is your honor? Where is your heart? Dark Fae soldier Jennara and her Fire-Breather, Kali, have endured months of training for the Tournament of Fire, Ice, and Acid. Each cycle, the Dark Fae compete with their dragons to determine who will be promoted to the elite fighting forces. Five nominees are chosen, followed by a day of battles in which the last pair standing fights an elite dragon and rider of Chief Dragor's choosing. For centuries, the tournament in Blood Haven has been one of ho... more
  • Kingdom Come

    by Danielle M. Orsino
    All is peaceful in the Veil, which is usually when everything falls apart... Queen Aurora of the Court of Light and King Jarvok of the Court of Dark have fallen in love despite all odds. A relationship of political convenience has turned into something real and tangible for the two monarchs. After centuries of conflict and mistrust, the two Courts are about to unite as one: the Court of the Fae. But not every Fae is happy about the impending union. Queen Aurora's most trusted advisors have nev... more
  • Tiny Tin House

    by L Maristatter
    In the Christian States of America, a woman’s place is with a man. No exceptions. Although she’s legally an adult, eighteen-year-old Meryn Flint must live at home until her stepfather, Ray, finds her a husband. That’s the law. But when Ray kills her mother and Meryn must flee for her own safety, she quickly discovers there’s no safe place in the CSA for a woman on the run. Unless she’s willing to marry her former boyfriend—a man who’s already demonstrated his capacity for violence—she’ll b... more