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  • The DeathCats of Asa'ican

    by Andrew Seddon
    Doc Hughes is a space-traveling exobiologist and the founder of WOLF - Wellness for Other Life Forms. Accompanied by Victrix, a genetically enhanced, telepathic German Shepherd, and Rex, an alien skaggit who is not always what he seems, Hughes relishes the challenge, the danger, and the adventure of caring for the galaxy's most exotic life forms.
  • The Dragon in the Garden (The Watcher Rising Series, #1)

    by Erika Gardner

    There is magic beneath the mundane and in The Dragon in the Garden, Siobhan Orsini witnesses it all. No lie can fool her, no glamour or illusion can cloud her Sight. She sees through them all and wishes she could close her eyes. Returning to face her past, Siobhan inherits her grandparents’ house in California’s wine country. She encounters a talking dragon, a hot fallen angel, a demon lord, a Valkyrie, and, oh yes, her ex-boyfriend. And that is just in the first twenty-four hours... more

  • Breaking Point

    by Vikki Romano
    Sierra Mason has landed the career of a lifetime, becoming a special agent for a firm run by the best in the business. She has proven herself more times than she can count and she has put all of herself into her job... and then some. But everything isn’t always as it seems. When the truth is uncovered about her firm's investors and who they are tied to, the team is thrown into turmoil. Her partner, Calder McKenna, becomes embroiled in a conspiracy that is weaving itself through their l... more
  • Edge of Darkness (Alpha Core Trilogy) (Volume 1)

    by Vikki Romano
    In 2065, corporate sponsored governments jockey for supremacy in the biotechnical arena. Bullets and missiles take a back seat to cyber-enhanced soldiers and pulse weapons. In this extreme environment, only the most hardened body and mind can survive. Calder McKenna was a failed experiment in the military's push for power. Now a special agent for the metro task force, he lives day by day trying to forget the ones that were lost... the ones that he could have saved. When technology and humanity c... more
  • Black Like Space

    by J.M. Woodruff

    Having grown up in a global culture of world peace, Ric wakes up light years away from Earth to love and war, to loyalty and deception, and to haunting death.

    Although Ric is summoned to train for war, it is not his own mortality that scares him the most. In the Milky Way Galaxy, things are not always as they seem as twists and turns abound.

  • ALEXANOR: Gamers and Gods III

    by Matthew Kennedy
    Alexanor, son of Machaon, son of Asklepios completes the final battle for Earth's freedom against Set.
  • MACHAON: Gamers and Gods II

    by Matthew Kennedy
    The son of Asklepios continues his father's fight for the independence of Earth's humans.
  • Pathspace: The Space of Paths (The Metaspace Chronicles Book 1)

    by Matthew Kennedy
    Long after alien tech failed and crashed civilization, war is coming to the remains of the Midwest. The court "wizard" of Rado fights not just for his Governor, but for his dream: a school to train adepts to weave the psionic magic needed to forge a new hybrid infrastructure.
  • AES: Gamers and Gods I

    by Matthew Kennedy
    A demigod fights for Earth's freedom -- in the mind of a computer -- as two pantheons fight for the right to guide the future of humans. But can Asklepios -- Homer's "Blameless Physician" -- defeat the The Devourer of Millions? AES is the story of a man who wakes up after 3,000 years to find himself thrust into a fight for the independence of Earth from the control of alien superbeings. His battle is real and the stakes are real, but he will fight in a simulated battlefield -- in the memor... more
  • The Wasp's Nest: Book I of the Wasp Chronicles

    by C. R. Norris

    Chris has never thought of herself as anyone special – she’s a band geek, and she’s on her way to a marching band contest when “Boom!” she is suddenly dropped into an unknown desert where her uniform causes her to be mistaken at first for an enemy soldier. First impressions notwithstanding, the rag-tag group that call themselves Taders decide to rescue her, and she is taken to their home, Tojoba, where she discovers she has been “rifted,” or pulled th... more

  • Inspiration

    by Douglas Pershing

    Seventeen-year-old Zachary Sable is the new kid in town. For him everything is new. Family, school, food, smells, colors, and breathing is a lot to get used to. In an instant he has what he’s always wanted, a chance to prove his worth to Lucifer, the lord of this world. When given the simple task of distracting a human girl from her celestial guardians he knows a quick success will win him honor and glory.

    Emma finds herself inescapably drawn to the mysterious, beautiful, intellig... more

  • The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich

    by Igor Ljubuncic

    Imagine the perfect hero: handsome, tall, courageous, loves his father. Meet Prince Dietrich, the exact opposite. Prince Dietrich’s greatest wish is for his father—the king—to die. Then, he can become the ruler of Monrich. But King Ulaf has other plans for his rebellious son. Tired of Dietrich's constant failures, the king gives the prince one last chance at redemption: marry Duchess Amadea of Sacony or face banishment to the Black Desert. Left without a choice, Dietrich... more

  • Dragon Scale Lute (Out of Print)

    by JC Kang
    Had Kaiya lived when the power of music could still summon typhoons and rout armies, perhaps Cathay’s imperial court would see the awkward, gangly princess as more than a singing fool. With a rebellion brewing, the Emperor plans to marry her to the ringleader in hopes of appeasing him. Kaiya has other ideas.
  • The Story of Q

    by Marion J Chard
    In book one of, The Story of ‘Q’, ten-year-old Rachael Lexington, lives with her parents and six-year-old sister, Melanie. She is a fifth-grader and excellent student at Neil Armstrong Elementary School. She loves learning new things, meeting new people and shares her father’s love of science and astronomy. One day while attending the annual garage sale event in her neighborhood, she stumbles upon a porcelain letter ‘Q’ and cannot understand why she feels compelled to buy it. However, she conv... more

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