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  • Draco

    by Scott Newman
    From a lifetime of suffering, came untold strength... Skylar Morgan has lived most of his life in pain and suffering. After tragically losing his mother at the age of 7, he was forced to become an outcast with few friends, an abusive father, and an unstable love life; all the while his home has fallen under the shadow of a twisted criminal empire. However, unbeknownst to Skylar, his suffering has awakened something deep within him... something that could either destroy the good hearted person... more
  • Something Greater than Artifice

    by Mike Speegle

    Ros lost everything when the faceless agents of SILOS destroyed her homeland. Her music school, in flames. Her friends and classmates, killed or driven insane. Her mentor Ivan, murdered while trying to defend her from something far worse than death.

    Now alone, Ros travels the badlands with her cello on her back, seeking help from any that might give it along the way. In her travels to the fabled Tech Republic, which might hold the key to salvation, she will meet Gregor the Artificer, Rh... more

  • Soulless

    by Crystal Collier
    Alexia manipulated time to save the man of her dreams, and lost her best friend to red-eyed wraiths. Still grieving, she struggles to reconcile her loss with what was gained: her impending marriage. But when her wedding is destroyed by the Soulless—who then steal the only protection her people have—she’s forced to unleash her true power. And risk losing everything.
  • Moonless (Maiden of Time Book 1)

    by Crystal Collier
    Alexia’s nightmares become reality: a dead baron, red-eyed wraiths, and forbidden love with a man hunted by these creatures. After an attack close to home, Alexia realizes she cannot keep one foot in her old life and one in this new world. To protect her family she must either be sold into a loveless marriage, or escape with her beloved and risk becoming one of the Soulless. MOONLESS is Jane Eyre meets Supernatural.
  • Strings On a Shadow Puppet

    by T. L. Evans
    As the civil war in the Sophyan Empire drags on, a new pro-democracy terror cell has entered the conflict. The Wayang target innocent civilians with methods even their fellow rebels deplore, all in the name of bringing freedom and equality to all humans, while forcing sentient aliens into servitude… or worse. Tasked with neutralizing this new threat is the crew of the HMS Hunter, but these elite veterans have been assigned a new Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander Alex Fotheringday, who... more
  • Lucy Lick-Me-Not and the Day Eaters

    by Claudine Carmel
    Lucy Lick-Me-Not and the Day Eaters is the first in a series of fantastic tales about Lucy, a brave little girl with poisonous skin who overcomes strange situations with bizarre beasts, marvelous monsters and curious creatures. Lucy wakes up on her birthday expecting gifts and chocolate cake, but instead she finds the day has completely vanished. When she comes face-to-face with the Day Eaters, the monsters responsible for her birthday’s disappearance, she must think fast and come up with a c... more
  • Party At The World's End

    by James Curcio

    Take a mad ride past the event horizon of sanity with the band Babylon, in the final days of the American Empire. First in the must-read occult, myth and fairy-tale laced urban fantasy series, the Fallen Cycle.

    • “Beautiful!” David Mack, renowned sequential artist of Kabuki, Daredevil, Dexter.
    • “Brutal, darkly funny, and, above all, honest.” Powell’s Books 'Short List'.
    • “A progressive fictional... more
  • THE SIREN (Laments of Angels & Dark Chemistry Book 1)

    by Meg Xuemei X
    Lucienne Lam, born to rule as the last of the Sirens, is running out of time. If she fails to find the TimeDust, an ancient power, her enemies will have their wish—her head on a spike. And she’ll never know the love promised by Vladimir, a fierce warrior of the Czech royal bloodline. Except Ashburn, a genius ‘farm boy,’ has found the TimeDust first, and its power binds Lucienne to him. She must convince him to sever this forced bond so she can return to her first love. But breaking the link s... more
  • Stronger Than Magic

    by Melinda VanLone
    Water can be deadly, in the right hands. In a world of magic, hidden away from those who have no power, Tarian Xannon commands the natural forces of water, air, and fire. As heir to the Dolphin Throne, her job is to learn what it takes to lead—but she'd much rather forget the heavy weight of responsibility in the waves of the ocean. When Tarian is brutally attacked, she faces the shocking reality her talent, while strong, is no match for the demon-like creature. This power play for the t... more
  • Lichgates (Grimoire Saga #1)

    by S. M. Boyce
    The final page will leave you breathless. When Kara Magari uncovers a secret door in the middle of the forest, she discovers (and trips through) a portal to a hidden world full of terrifying things: Ourea. She just wants to go home, but the natives have other plans for her. She clashes with immortal shapeshifters, is carried off by a dragon, nearly dies on several occasions, and somehow becomes the master of an ancient book of magic called the Grimoire. Every time she thinks she's safe, her ... more
  • Mateguas Island: A Novel of Terror and Suspense

    by Linda Watkins
    What could be more idyllic than to live on an island off the coast of Maine? At least that's what Bill Andersen thought when he moved his family to Mateguas. But Mateguas is not just pristine beaches nestled between rocky shores. No, Mateguas is something much more, as Bill and Karen Andersen soon find out. Ancient legends and vengeful spirits surround the young family and Karen must decide if she is strong enough to take up the mantle and step on the only path available to save them all - a pat... more
  • The Crystals of Belvoir

    by Beverly Snell
    Barbara Rowett, an American tourist visiting England, did not believe in such things as faeries, witches, or time travel, until she was thrust into early 18th century England after a freak auto accident. Her disappearance into the past sends her family members into a desperate search for her before she is lost to them forever. In the meantime, Barbara finds herself called upon to save a young boy stricken with polio before the World has learned how to treat this past (and future!) epidemic. ... more
  • Citadel of Fire

    by Matthew Wolf
    Seventeen-year old Gray is descended from a legendary hero known as a Ronin. Haunted by his forgotten past, he returns home to a wizards’ keep, unaware he is now labeled a murderous traitor for killing his best friend. Returning could be a death sentence, but the journey alone is perilous. Along the way, Gray discovers he has a grandfather. Now he must reach the city before his only living family dies beneath a madman’s torture. Getting there will be a challenge, however, as an enthralli... more

    by Bobbi JG Weiss

    He is not Captain Hook.

    His name is Jonathan Stuart, and he’s just an ornery post-alcoholic bookstore owner from Pasadena with a mania for fencing and a bad habit of disappointing his girlfriend. He doesn’t want to be in the Neverland, impossibly trapped aboard the Jolly Roger with a horde of greedy stinking pirates. He was tricked there by Peter Pan.

    Pan happily invites children to come to his wondrous magical island, but he has to trick adults. No adult in their righ... more

  • The Undelightened

    by Bentz Deyo
    Leam Holt’s eighteenth birthday caps the most depressing year of his life, marking the anniversary of his failed delightenment—the soul-darkening, magic-bestowing rite of passage that should’ve launched him into the fight between Darkness and Light. Making things worse, Leam’s insufferable brother, Zach, the pride of the family, is set to delighten in a few short hours. When Gideon, the evil leader of Darkness, arrives to preside over Zach’s ceremony, the course of Leam’s life takes a drastic... more
  • Invisible

    by DelSheree Gladden
    Olivia’s best friend is not imaginary. He’s not a ghost, either. And she’s pretty sure he’s not a hallucination. He’s just Mason. He is, however, invisible. When Olivia spotted the crying little boy on her front porch at five years old, she had no idea she was the only one who could see him. Twelve years later when new-girl Robin bumps into the both of them and introduces herself to Mason, they are both stunned. Mason couldn’t be more pleased that someone else can see him. Olivia, on the other h... more