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  • Crimson Hunter: A Red Riding Hood Reimagining (Fairy Tale Fatale Book 1)

    by N.D. Jones
    She's not afraid of big, bad WEREWOLVES. They're afraid of HER. The War of Eternal Hunger freed witches from the rule of werewolves, ending a patriarchy only to create a matriarchy. A thousand years later, Oriana, Matriarch of Steelcross and Crimson Hunter, is a young, untried ruler who seeks to bridge the divide between witches and werewolves. But how can witches trust werewolves not to hurt them when Rage Disrupter collars are needed to control their lust for witch's blood and magic? And ho... more
  • The Raven and the Dove

    by Kaitlyn Davis

    Four fates collide in this avian-inspired, epic fantasy retelling of Tristan and Isolde perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas, Sabaa Tahir, and Leigh Bardugo!

    A princess longing to be free...

    On the dawn of her courtship trials, Princess Lyana Aethionus knows she should be focused on winning her perfect mate, yet her thoughts wander to the open sky at the edge of her floating kingdom. One final adventure calls. Upon fleeing the palace, the ... more

  • Dread

    by Jeff Wade

    Have you ever gone days with no water? Weeks? Have you ever spent the night with a dead man?


    A heinous nightmare. Frank bolts up in bed. Except he’s not in bed. His head slams into what feels like ten-million tons of solid rock. He rolls right, then left, only to more

  • A Potter's Tale

    by Dave Davis

    AN ANCIENT MAYAN PROPHECY. A MODERN TEEN DEATH. What secret links them? 

    In this intelligent, richly detailed, can't-put-it-down thriller, Washington Post reporters Noah Scott and Kate Chien-Forest investigate the murder of DiShannia Johns, a vivacious, intelligent DC high school student. The search for her killer brings them to embark on an anxious journey: from DC to London; to CERN’s underground quantum accelerator; to Melbourne, possible scene of a horrific act o... more

  • Something Wicked

    by Nicole M. Rubino
    A break-up and a car accident are no way to begin your seventeenth birthday. For Theo Montgomery, that is exactly how it begins. Her bad luck turns worse when she returns home from a school dance to find her home engulfed in flames – with her parents still inside. Theo is sent to live with her estranged aunt, Elizabeth, in Salem, Massachusetts. Salem proves to offer many new discoveries, one of those being that Theo, like her aunt, is a witch. A witch who must keep her magic in check, lest... more
  • Jay: Ahern's Burden

    by Joseph T. Hawkins

    Guided by an unseen mentor, and protected by a loyal guardian, Jay stepped out of the shadows and found the world waiting for him. Having lived in seclusion, not yet in his teens, he caught the attention of bounty hunters and assassins because he broke the highest law and practiced magic. Unaware of the extent of what he could do, Jay discovers that he is endowed with extraordinary abilities. Rough and untrained, he seeks the skills of an ancient teacher, a man of legend, a man whose knowledg... more

  • Unfathomable

    by Thomas Pryce
    Eco-defender Jake Chee manages to nab a spot aboard the Phantom Run, a massive factory trawler believed to be involved in illegal fishing activity. With stealth tech and agenda cast in shadow, the Phantom has roamed the seas for over a year, furtive as a mirage. From his position on board, Jake hopes to catch them in the act and bring the Phantom to justice. But as days pass, he sees no sign of illegal fishing. Moreover, the crew seems oddly ill-suited for such a task. A week to sea... more
  • Two Thousand Leagues as the Seabird

    by C. R. Smith

    At the close of the Long War, mercenary-turned-storyteller Khatan is asked to sing his life. Exiled as a fratricide, the young wanderer is swept up into the current of the conflict, clinging to his warleader Oman and the glory of his company, the Golden Quiver. But each victory comes at a greater cost; and, as the War escalates to its apocalyptic climax, Khatan is forced to choose between these blood-forged bonds of friendship and his own conscience.

  • Fatal Magic

    by Emily Bybee
    Someone wants Sydney dead. Only problem is, she has no idea who. Pushing her off a cliff, thinking the deadly ocean waves will finish their dirty-work, was their first mistake. The near-death experience opens channels of uncontrollable magic, which Sydney is told should have remained dormant. As if finding out magic is real and hit-lists aren't enough, Sydney discovers her family lied to her. They were witches too. But they're all dead. And she's left to fend off the psychos after her blood with... more
  • Calvin Splinter & His Splendid Splinter Ideas

    by RA Cook
    After a terrible storm in the Kingdom of Lumaria, with the help of a butterfly named Howie, a caterpillar named Woolie, and using his splendid splinter ideas, Calvin Splinter, a forest nymph, ‘calls’ all the other splinters by humming a catchy tune entitled The Humming Song. Working together, they rebuild the Great Forest.
  • Sugar Time

    by Joy Smith
    Her name is Sugar. Sugar Sweet. When her Uncle Max falls ill and his collaborators disappear, he asks her to investigate the old Victorian mansion where he conducted his research. Now Sugar must act quickly to unlock the secret of time travel so she can protect her uncle's research. Sugar Time collects Joy V. Smith's Sugar Sweet stories into one volume.
  • Taboo Tech

    by Joy Smith
    Taboo Tech is a science fiction adventure; it begins with Lacie Leigh Collier saying good-bye to her parents, who leave her in her Uncle Sterling's care. However, this family has secrets and is fascinated with discovering caches of ancient technology, most of which is forbidden and protected zealously by the Interstellar Guard. So when her uncle gets impatient--he's supposed to be taking care of Lacie until she comes of age--and takes her with him while on an venture of his own and is pursued by... more
  • The Twelve Realms

    by A.D. Sloane
    Nabii, a young Moorish royal, endures harrowing nights of chilling visions. When an eccentric priest and a mysterious shaman pursue an end to her horrors, they unveil a series of cryptic messages and discover her dreams are linked to an ages-old mystical prophecy with global implications.
  • Get Over It

    by Mary Shyne
    Cyclist Leslie got more than a lousy tip on her last delivery: she stumbled onto an experimental lab that makes grappling with your inner demons into an actual FIGHT. Reluctantly, Leslie finds herself recruited by the lab to track down an inner demon spawning other inner demons. But even in a city famed for its neuroses, Leslie might not need to leave the block to find the monster...
  • The Bearer of Grievances (Unsung Signals Book 2)

    by Joseph McKinley
    Across eight blackly comic stories, The Bearer of Grievances peels back the layers of Shāshǔyào Pharmaceuticals and what they have done to the human race. Where there’s a form to fill for everything, where sleeping until you hit management is the career choice, where genetically engineered super-bureaucrats run the world from their secret mountain. In the second release from Unsung Signals, Joseph McKinley probes the warped ramblings of faceless netizens and with a caustic wit imagines: What ... more
  • A Storm of Silver and Ash

    by Marion Blackwood

    What would you sacrifice to save your friend? Your soul? Your humanity? Your life?

    The Oncoming Storm is a name whispered in awe throughout the Underworld. She’s known as a master thief and a lethal knife-wielder – some even say she has the skills of an assassin. All of it is true. She’s also a sarcastic smartmouth with the social graces of a bull.

    You will find her running across rooftops, sneaking in the shadows, and breaking into houses. That is, if she’... more

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