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  • A Small Drama by Jennifer Michelle

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    Everly never felt at home with her fellow pixies in the Meadowlands. She meets a stranger from another group of pixies and has a steamy encounter. Back home, she’s under pressure to make a commitment to a pixie she’s attracted to, but she can’t seem to forget her night with the unusual stranger. Stuck in a love triangle she can’t get out of, Everly has to decide what’s more important: loyalty to her family, or the pursuit of the unknown.

  • Dragon Spell (Fated Touch Book 1) by Mac Flynn

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    Jane is a normal orphan with unusual grandparents. She doesn’t realize how unusual until she returns on holiday from college to discover that her grandmother has been kidnapped. Her grandfather reveals that her kidnappers are a new foe from an old world, and her grandmother’s only hope is for them to travel to the other side after her.

    The Shifting World, however, isn’t as easy as ours. Every monster, witch, demon, and other mystical fable that haunts the fairytale books of our world resides among those lands. Jane finds herself stumbling through one adventure after another as she tries to learn the ropes, and the magic, of the new world in order to save her grandmother, and herself.

    Even a place as strange as the Shifting World, however, has its familiar handsome men. One of them is Caius, a dragon shifter with a sly smile and a glint in his eyes. He joins their search for her missing grandmother, but Jane isn’t so sure it isn’t another member of her family that he’s interested in.

  • I Gave Myself to the Werewolf Pack by Jen Berry

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    This is the second complete series in the Monster Fling Universe!
    This book features three stories previously available as stand alones: “I Gave Myself to the Werewolves”, “I Gave Myself to the Werewolves… Again”, and “I Gave Myself to the Pack”

    After going through Bigfoot, the Yeti, and the Loch Ness Monster, Lucy decides that she’s still not satisfied. Now fully immersed in the Paranormal world of the monsters, Lucy begins her search for the werewolves. Though fairy tales have told her that the werewolves live in the forests, she finds them deep in the urban center of her city.
    These stories DON’T feature a timid Lucy. No, now that she finally knows what she wants, Lucy goes after the Werewolf Pack.
    Guided by her Shifter lover, Lucy jumps right into the world of the werewolves.
    This is a reverse harem unlike any other! Lucy is free to choose what she does with any of the pack members, all of whom are at her beck and call.

  • Zar: Book One in the Galaxy Gladiators Series by Alana Khan

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    Snatched from Earth. Bound for slavery. Can love offer escape?

    Abducted from Earth, aboard a slave ship, Anya is thrown into a cell with Zar, a handsome half-lion gladiator, and forced to breed or be killed.

    Zar’s life is an unbroken nightmare consisting of sleep, eat, fight, repeat. He’s not interested in helping Anya, and he’s definitely not interested in love. Except she’s the first female to ever touch his heart—or remind him he has a soul.

    If you like hot alpha aliens, kick-ass Earth women who mastermind insurrections, and sexy action romance, check out Zar, the first book in the paranormal romance Galaxy Gladiators series. This standalone book contains steamy sex scenes with a guaranteed happily ever after, no cheating, and no cliffhanger.

    Buy Zar to begin exploring the galaxy with Anya and Zar today!

  • Varangian: Book One of the Byzantum Saga by Wolraad J.Kirsten

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    We are in the midst of a true “Game of Thrones”, or “Contest of Power” and THEY have subverted our destiny. THEY have stolen our future. This game is unimaginably ancient, the endless ruins pockmarking the Old World and Fertile Crescent is testimony as to their successes. THEY celebrate the high score they ranked up through the Millennia. It is time to learn their rulebook. Know the strategies of the Game and finally change the score. “Varangian” is a fantasy exploring whether heroism is enough to save a society peeling apart from decadence and treachery.

    BYZANTUM–the once crown jewel of the civilized world is now a mere hedonist’s playground. Her most able general and statesman, Almuric Agricola, discovers this terminal decadence is engineered by a near-omnipotent shadow group having infiltrated the corridors of power and bent on the slaughter of the citizenry before seizing the Capitol. Almuric attempts to oust this indomitable evil, yet is branded a madman and exiled by a traitorous bureaucracy to a mountain fortress in the desert. Whispers reach the Capitol that Almuric is harboring a mysterious princess of tremendous interest to the clandestine group and that he also employed the services of an infamous Varangian guardsman–a giant Northman mercenary. Like moths to the flame their forces coalesce upon his desolate fortress. Almuric and his barbarian axe-man are waiting–and the desert shall be awash with blood to determine who gets to keep the jewel that is Byzantum.

  • The Witch’s Knight by Emma Gray

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    Rowan finally achieved his dream of being a knight and he was expected to accomplish his duties to protect the wondrous City of Aegis and capture vile witches. But his first mission wasn’t what he expected until he met a young woman named Catherine who helped him. She was stunning, charming, but to his surprise she was actually a witch! Rowan’s initial reaction was to try and seize her immediately just like any other knight would do, but she’s actually not an evil witch like he thought her to be.

    As he grows closer to this young witch and his recognition as the knight with potential flourishes, he could not avoid the conflict within him of fulfilling his duty as a knight and keeping Catherine safe from his allies.

  • The Crimson Inkwell by Kenneth A. Baldwin

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    The Crimson Inkwell is a story about journalist Luella Winthrop. In her journey to become Dawnhurst-on-Severn’s most acclaimed writer, she discovers that her city houses dark, magical secrets too uncomfortable to believe.

    When an enigmatic carnival worker offers her a pen that can turn fiction to fact, she quickly learns that tampering with the unknown can be intoxicating, lucrative, and dangerous. Can she withstand the onslaught of enchanted consequences with her life and engagement intact?

  • Tribeless by Ann Sepino

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    She loves him, he loves her not, and there’s nothing she can do about it.

    In order for their tribe of Gob Edis to flourish, Naomi knows that things have to stay the way they are. She has to hide her feelings for her sister Noya’s betrothed. She has to watch as an engagement between Noya and Akiba, future chief of Niatnuom, is made.

    Then fate takes an astonishing turn when the wedding doesn’t take place, and Naomi becomes Akiba’s tribe servant instead. Now that she’s part of the lowliest caste, she has to tamp down her emotions and instead carry out the duties of a Tribeless. But her new chief’s tenacity and her own obstinate character make that task difficult.

    When the real reason for the broken engagement is revealed, Naomi is given one last chance to profess her love, instead of just fulfill her duty.

  • Depravity by M.J. Haag

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    Locked behind the massive gates of an unforgiving beast’s estate, Benella encounters the beast and starts a bizarre cycle of bargaining for her freedom, a freedom the beast seems determined to see her lose.

  • Lost Boys Bar & Grill by C.C. Dowling

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    The last hope to save Faerie from Elven invaders is Peter Pan and his Lost Boys assassins.

    That’s what Princess Lara believes. Problem is, the Lost Boys were exiled to Earth—a magicless, unforgiving land where humans plant cement rather than gardens and worship technology over nature. It’s the last place Lara wants to go, but with an evil warlord nipping at her wings, she has no other choice.

    Medically discharged from the Army, Deryk Quinn is no stranger to pain. He not only lost his leg, but also the future wife he thought he’d have. Jaded, he isn’t interested in being hurt again. But when a mysterious woman appears out of nowhere and heals him with her blood, he’s pretty sure she isn’t a woman at all. Humans don’t glow blue and silver, and the markings now covering him are straight out of a fairy tale.

    Before Deryk can confront Lara about her origins, and his growing feelings, she’s taken by an enemy that would see Faerie burn. Armed with answers he doesn’t want and knowledge of the truth about his past, Deryk must convince Peter Pan and his assassins to fight for Faerie or he’ll lose the world he never knew he belonged to, and the woman he’d give his life for.

    Lost Boys Bar & Grill is a darkly twisted fairy tale romance filled with action and a guaranteed HEA. Author’s note: This isn’t your childhood fairy tale. The action is intense, and there are elements of torture. If you want something light and fun-hearted, this isn’t the story for you.

  • Jasper, The Guardian League, Book One by TK Lawyer

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    Why was it so hard to find a good man?

    Single female seeks rare, coveted treasure.
    That was the announcement Tatiana wanted to post.

    A strong, loving, committed male partner was what she sought. What she found, instead, were several frogs and too many toads. Where was her elusive prince? Did he exist or did she miss her opportunity?
    Jasper isn’t seeking a mate. His only intention is to rescue Tatiana from a near-fatal car accident and then go- in pursuit of his next assignment. However, intent and reality don’t always coincide. Saving Tatiana altered his world and, now, he can’t leave. But making introductions and claiming her heart was not going to be easy. He has a secret he is forbidden to disclose.
    As much as Jasper craves Tatiana, he can’t override her free will. In the end, being with him or not is her decision. Will Tatiana welcome the powerful being who adores her and only wants to protect her, forever? Or will his secret be too much for her to accept?

  • Hieronymus Jones and the teacup squid by Michael Palmer-Cryle

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    Hieronymus Jones was a strange boy, a hair past fifteen, tall and pale with jet black hair, dark brown eyes and a very peculiar kind of mind. If he was not the smartest thing on the planet, he was a very close second. He had secrets, dark and terrible, wonderful and pure. Secrets of hidden worlds with lost people, that were not entirely human. Most unusually, he held secrets… of magic.When Hieronymus Jones saw Gertrude Green for the first time, he sat up a little straighter in his seat. She was an odd girl with a smattering of freckles across her pale skin, impossibly red hair and perfect green eyes. She too had secrets. Together they would discover a connection to each other, far deeper than either could have imagined. Mysterious pendants, evil twisted mounds of monstrous flesh and school bullies are one thing, but when a small unimpressed squid makes a nest in Hieronymus’s cup of tea, something clearly needs to be done. Honestly, this is TEA we are talking about, don’t these creatures have any manners?The first book in a fantasy romance series, awash with bleeding edge technology, magic, humor and hideous tentacle laden, Lovecraftian nightmares, that are coming to kill the world… woot.

  • Crystal Casters: Awakening by Jenn Nixon

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    When Cyndra Raine inherits her grandmother’s crystal, she inadvertently awakens a lethal elemental force she doesn’t understand. Panicked and desperate, she flees the safety of her village, determined to find answers only to run into a man named Rune with the same abilities and questions.

    Zorin has spent twenty-five years soaring over his island waiting for something, anything, to change. After sensing caster power he can’t ignore, he leaves the island and finds two casters under attack on the mainland. He’s shocked to learn Cyndra and Rune are ignorant of their lineage and the war that destroyed the world.

    Intrigued by Cyndra and the immense power she possesses, Zorin promises her the truth about the past in exchange for her help. Inexplicably drawn to the winged man, Cyndra agrees to his terms and together they begin a journey that tests everything she knows about her world and discovers a connection to Zorin more profound than any she’s ever imagined.

  • Strand of Faith by Rachel J Bonner

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    A girl. A monk. An unthinkable sacrifice.
    When the choice is between love and life, how can anyone decide?

    Brother Prospero has found comfort and fulfilment in the monastery. But now to follow his heart, he’ll have to face his demons again, outside the security of the monastery. Is it worth the risk? Can he beat them this time? Or will they finally destroy him?

    All Leonie wants is to learn how to manage her unusual abilities so that she is not a danger to those around her. When she comes into contact with Prospero everything threatens to spiral out of her control. Whether she leaves or whether she stays, how can she possibly avoid destroying those she has come to care about?

    Abbot Gabriel is faced with an impossible choice. He can do nothing and watch the world descend into war. Or he can manipulate events and ensure peace – at the cost of two lives that he is responsible for. Is he strong enough to sacrifice those he loves?

  • Her Detective Dragon by Alice Summerfield

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    Lone Dragons don’t have soul mates, but storm dragon Grissom thinks that he might have found his hiking down a lonely stretch of road during a thunderstorm. And she’s up to her neck in trouble. A steamy romance between a Latina barista in over her head and a police detective, Her Detective Dragon is a standalone novel with 15 reviews and a 4.2 star rating.

  • Kingdom Cold by Brittni Chenelle

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    Attempted murder, that’s how sixteen-year-old Princess Charlotte’s engagement starts. It seems like the only thing she has in common with Prince Young of Vires is their mutual discontent.

    When her kingdom’s attacked, Charlotte’s parents renegotiate her hand in marriage to a handsome stranger with a sinister plan. With the people Charlotte loves dying around her, and her kingdom’s future at stake, the only person she can turn to is the prince she betrayed. But, should she save her kingdom or her heart? One must fall.
    Multicultural Fantasy, Young Adult Fantasy, Young Adult Romance