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  • Edelaine’s Folly: Book One of the Idoramin Chronicles by Morigan Shaw

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    Seventeen-year-old, Cali Flynn’s life is over… At least that’s how she sees it.

    An ancient evil, hidden and lost to legend for generations, has crept from the shadows shattering the people of Edelaine’s tranquil way of life… and possibly their very existence.

    Catastrophe rips Cali and her friends from the peaceful farm life they’ve always known, changing their world forever.

    Shoved into a destiny she doesn’t want and a family legacy she never knew, Cali is forced to trust in an unknown power she doesn’t understand.

  • The cursed girl by Maria Vermisoglou

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    Sixteen-year-old Eva is a witch who lived in Spain, in the year 1230. She met a boy named Jonathan who would become her whole world. Everything was normal until she was faced with challenges that will change her life forever.
    As a healer, her job is to help people, but there are forces that will try to prevent that. There is a war coming and Eva and her friends must do everything they can to survive.
    Can they fight their way against the dark forces that are surrounding them? Her wits and inner strength helped everyone who encircled her to survive but will she be able to survive herself?
    Supernatural creatures, royal backstabbing and many more await you in this thrilling novel that will take your breath away.

  • The Unfading Lands by Katharine E. Hamilton

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    A selfish betrayal. Goodness long forgotten. A land with terrifying power. Something sinister is at work in the Land of Unfading Beauty, a land that promises eternal youth and splendor. Something evil. Under the façade of charismatic leader, Lancer, an enemy stalks–taking life and power in the most devious of ways.

    Prince Edward, the heir to the Northern Kingdom, abandons his family in pursuit of a beautiful woman by venturing into the Land of Unfading Beauty, never to return home. Has Prince Edward been swept away by love, or was it part of a strategic plan?

    Lancer has high ambitions of destroying the Northern Kingdom and will stop at nothing to acquire its power and strength. A desperate attempt to save the Realm forces Edward’s father, King Granton, to call upon the rulers from neighboring kingdoms for help. As the kings and their children unite, relationships are strengthened and loyalties tested, and Edward’s younger sister, Elizabeth, rises as a force to be reckoned with. Headstrong, yet pure of heart, this young princess breaks the barriers of her role in order to fight for the safety of her Kingdom. Fierce battles emerge between good and evil and unexpected heroes arise. But it will take courage, unity, and strength to overcome the temptation of darkness.

    A darkness, invisible to the eye, threatens the safety of them all.

    Can it be overcome?

    Can Edward be trusted?

    Who is the real enemy?

    What Elizabeth discovers within herself, her kingdom, and her brother, will change the course for the entire Realm and leave one question:

  • The Fall of Lady Westwood by Trent Evans

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    Decades of prosperity have left the realms of man happy, healthy … and complacent. Bounty, fertility, and a bright future lay ahead for all, or so it would seem. For during these happy times, the enemies of men have planned, and gathered — and waited. All across the land, hubris, arrogance, and decadence have left the world of man vulnerable, weak, ripe for the taking.

    For decades the nocturne have bided their time, bolstered their numbers, and sown the seeds of man’s downfall. Now the time has come to crush the armies of men, for wiping human civilization from the earth — and for the rise of the vampires.

    Caught in a terrifying series of events, a humble landowning family, torn asunder by the whims of a jaded, cruel noblewoman, seeks to be reunited. Young Owen, deprived of his Sophie, finds himself thrust into a mission his youth has left him ill-suited to carry out. And Sophie’s father, vowing to do anything to retrieve his daughter, prepares to sell his soul for her freedom.

    Evil has come to the realms of men ― and only the power of love has the chance to save it.

    ***NOTE — Originally published as “A Lady And A Maid***

    Publisher’s Warning: Intended for mature readers. 18 and over only!

    This novel features the following themes: explicit BDSM sexuality, including MF, MFM, FF, pony play, vampirism, and graphic violence.

    40595 words (144 pages).

  • 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.

  • Kydona by Thomas Krug

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    Named for heaven, the kingdom of Elessia once served as a beacon to the world. Now its name has become a byword for decadence. When Lord Prince Marcus hears the beginnings of a vast conspiracy from the lips of his dying mother, he sets out to uncover the motives lurking behind the war his father waged. With the help of Kaelyn—a sharp-tongued courtesan nursing a long-hidden desire—and Vernon de Gauthier—a near-disturbingly prolific womanizer with a weakness for apples—Marcus slowly unearths the truth: his country lies on the brink of collapse. And soon, the vanquished nation of Kydona will rise to settle a generation-old score.

    In Elessia’s debauched court, the threat goes unheeded. Marcus’s romances bloom and just as quickly wither. Blood is shed, lives extinguished. It matters little. Quarrel and murder, lust and love, right and wrong—the lines that separate these are hopelessly blurred in the throes of court intrigue. And the difference between each rests on a knife edge so sharp that even a hero cannot tell them apart.