Fantasy

  • The Stone Knight by D.J. Blount

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    The Stone Knight is a short story surrounding the razing of Middleborough by Elves on a Warpath. Bromwell, a procrastinating half dwarf, will find purpose in the chaos. He and Ki’Mel, a bookish Elf with dreams of becoming a Mage will test their new found mettle against one another.

  • Fae Queen by Lynn Landes

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    Caderyn is on a mission. To design a fairy tale garden for a little girl and put her company, Secret Gardens on the map! She does not have time for romance, and she does not believe in fairy tales.

    But, fate has a mind of its own…

    An ancient race is in need of a savior, and it has chosen Caderyn. In the blink of an eye, she is thrown into the world of the Fae. It is a race against time to save the Fae King, and release him from five hundred years of imprisonment. Beautiful dreams turn to nightmares, as she becomes hunted by the Shadows who enslaved the King.

    An evil alliance are determined to destroy the Fae, and enslave humanity. The destiny of all is in the hands of a woman who has to let go of reality and trust in her heart.

    Caderyn learns that fairy tales do come true, just not always the way you expect.

  • Abyssal Sanctuary: Remnants of the Damned by Gavin Hetherington

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    There has always been something wrong with the sinister and secluded town of Lakefield View. Witness the birth of fear when five unsuspecting workers of a picturesque café witness a family member’s murder. A chain of events ensue and they are all catapulted down a spiralling road of mystery and magic, each struggling to overcome constant obstacles that threaten their lives and the safety of their families. They must fight to keep breathing in a world where every dangerous being is out for their heads… Psychos. Killers. Stalkers. Witches. Monsters.

  • Protector (Anniversary of the Veil, Book 1) by Vanna Smythe

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    Duty versus love is the one battle Kae does not know how to fight.

    Kae has trained his entire life to become an elite Protector of the Realm. When he finally achieves this honor he finds himself protecting something far greater: the Veil separating two worlds. On one side of the Veil lie unlimited stores of magic. On the Realm’s side, magic is all but obliterated, and Kae is one of the few who can use it. The priests who secretly rule the Realm will do everything they can to control his growing magical abilities. Kae’s willing to pay the price, even though it separates him from Issa, the girl he loves.But the Veil has weakened over the last thousand years and powers on both sides will stop at nothing to keep it intact. Strangers from the other side have kidnapped Issa to take her across the Veil and sacrifice her to strengthen it. Kae is the only one who can find her. Going to her rescue means forsaking his oaths and duty, and leaving behind the future he always wanted. But if he chooses duty over love, Issa will die.

  • The Jailer’s Son: The Legend Begins by S. A. Ferkey

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    A boy becomes a man before his time… Maxwell Beck is no average boy. Thanks to his Pa’s insistence, he’s a sharpshooter, sleight of hand artist, acrobat, and cardsharp. These are handy, yet highly unusual skills for the son of a traveling salesman. Even so, Max thinks he’s living a normal life, until one fateful day when he inadvertently sets a chain of monumental events in motion. The ensuing battle of good against evil gives birth to a legend for the ages: the legend of the jailer’s son.

  • Gods and Heroes by Hercules Bantas

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    The Mad God Monos, who insists that his worshipers eat meat only on Wednesdays and have, um, relations only during the full moon, had mustered an army and was poised to invade Helvenica. He was determined to drive the old Gods into the spiritual wilderness and establish himself as the One God.The people of Helvenica needed a hero, a brave warrior to stand up to the usurper and defend their right to eat meat every day and relate whenever they pleased. What they got was Fotio, a reluctant hero with a bad attitude towards religion and a tendency to daydream.

  • The Unholy Trinity – Origins by Daniel Gage

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    Six of the seven seals of the Apocalypse are broken.

    The key to breaking the last seal is a half demon named Katie, a succubus who doesn’t know what she is, with a power she can’t control.

    Coming to her aid is Rebecca, a teenage necromancer whose dad has gone insane. And Jacob, a two thousand year-old demon seeking redemption for his sins.

    The odds are against them, but these three unlikely companions may be all that stands between the world and its destruction.

  • Prince Eli by C. M. Padilla

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    This riveting fantasy adventure emphasizes the triumph of good over evil in a young prince’s journey of enlightenment and growth into the responsibilities of manhood. In the Empire of the Seven Kingdoms, the forces of evil test the faith of the royal bloodline in the peaceful city of La Ataviada. The warlock Eduen conspires with the evil King Jonaed to oppressively rule his subjects after winning a battle for the Seven Kingdoms. The surviving soldiers and generals of the Empire, loyal to the fallen King Alexis, hide in waiting for the day their Redeemer comes to lead them to victory. The plot revolves around young Prince Eli, Jhaveh’s chosen Redeemer, and his adopted brother Liam, as they journey from Paradise through many mystical lands, learning valuable lessons and skills along the way. With the help of Rolsta, Prince Eli’s winged lion, legions of angel warriors and the elusive Princess of the Waters, Eli and his soldiers victoriously reclaim La Ataviada and the Empire.

  • Into the Fire (The Prince of Zammar; 1) by Samantha Nolan @NolanSamantha13

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    Under Zammar’s sun, passion and secrets run deep.

    Prince Jalen ‘Anaq Al-Jameyri, oldest son and heir to the kingdom of Zammar, is an acclaimed general, a war hero, and also a man who hides dark secrets behind a mask.

    Sadie worked as a healer on the outskirts of the capital, offering her services to her neighbors to cure illnesses and injuries. But her abilities have attracted the attention of the authorities, and she is now awaiting death, accused of a crime she didn’t commit.

    When all seems lost, the masked prince stays the executioner’s hand and instead offers Sadie a bargain: a year of her life in his service. In exchange, when the year has ended, she will have her life and freedom again. With nothing left to lose, she accepts the deal.

    In the palace of Zammar, under Jalen’s expert hands, Sadie will learn of pleasure and desire unlike anything she could have ever imagined. And she will step right Into the Fire…

    Into the Fire is a 11.5k words novellette (around 55 pages) and is the first of the Prince of Zammar serial. Episodes 1 to 4 are now available. Episode 5 will be released on August 16th and the last episode on August 30th.

  • Monsoon Reign by R.C. Fettig

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    Kathair wanted answers to her lost memories. Instead of answers she found herself magically bound to the very man her nightmares warned her against.

    In a dark world torn apart by war, Fayodale rebuilt itself into a feudalistic society full of religious and political corruption.

    Public executions are performed as entertainment and families pay tribute for a goddess to provide them with children birthed through a mysterious pool.

    So when the wife of a prominent politician becomes pregnant, the kingdom is thrown into chaos. Using his powers and influence, the Duke will stop at nothing to take the throne and Kathair must decide whether to accept her fate or attempt to flee as her world crashes down around her.

    Monsoon Reign is a dark, romantic fantasy that contains violence, language and sexual situations.