Fantasy & Futuristic

  • Hammer of the Gods by B. D. MacCallum

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    Growing up in a remote region of the Ural Mountains in Romania, Sorina Lazarovici has heard a thousand stories of vampires, werewolves, demons and monsters. The rest may be nothing more than silly superstition, but she knows for a fact that monsters are real. She should know; the cursed thing has been hunting her family to near extinction for generations. Once it has finished her off, it will have succeeded.

    She soon finds herself relying on someone that is nothing more than a thief and a murderer to save her. He may be the last person on Earth she wants help from, but she is drowning in a sea of despair. When you’re drowning, you’ll grasp onto any hand that offers assistance, even if you believe your throat will be alter being pulled from the water.

    Some consider him a thief and a murderer, some the greatest friend anyone could ever have. Despite his name, Thor Odinsson is not a God. A God would have more answers than questions. He is not a hero. A hero is someone to be emulated: something he could never be. He’s just a man struggling to make sense of his senseless situation. Everyone keeps telling him who and what he is. He keeps telling himself that the thousand-year-old curse placed upon his family isn’t real, but it appears he may be wrong.

  • Stupid Cupid by Sharon Karaa

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    Annabelle Pearson was in love. For three years, she’d worshipped the sexy but aloof Nicholas Nattrass from afar, wistfully dreaming of a time when he’d love her back, or at the very least notice she existed. All that was about to change, however, when she starts seeing things that she shouldn’t, things that couldn’t possibly exist, like the Grim Reaper and the Tooth Fairy, for example. The last straw comes when she spots Cupid, about to shoot his arrow at her beloved, and in a desperate bid to save her dream, she wallops him one with her handbag.


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    Do miracles happen?

    Madison is no ordinary girl. Her parents were lost in a hurricane flood where she came very close to death herself. She can’t remember anything about her life before that.

    Her life changes once more when she meets the mysterious and brooding trainer, Jerome, an extraordinary creature with peculiar nutritional habits. They are swept up in a passionate romance that unveils the truth about almost everything and everyone around her, forcing her to reconsider her whole life. Because once her true nature is revealed, Madison will become Jerome’s mortal enemy.

  • 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:

  • WHITE CHRISTMAS: A Christmas Fantasy Novella by Rebecca York

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    The snow is coming down so fast, Amelia Parsons doesn’t see the speeding car until it’s too late. One moment she’s crossing an ice-rutted street in St. Stephens, Maryland. In the next, she’s flying into the air, and the world goes black. She wakes, confused, in what appears to be Santa’s workshop during the holiday rush. If that’s not strange enough, a hunky FBI agent named Daniel is there, demanding to know why she’s involvedin a plot to ruin Christmas. Can she convince him she’s not the villain and then work with him to find the real saboteur?