gods and goddesses

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  • Godhunter by Amy Sumida

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    Myth and magic collide in this award-winning, action romance where gods manipulate the human race, and one witch stands against them. When Vervain uncovers the truth about the Gods, she is forced into the role of a vigilante witch; hunting the Gods before they can hunt her. But as the Godhunter falls deeper into the world of Immortals, she finds herself in the middle of war where she may just become humanity’s greatest weapon… in the hands of a sexy, rebel god.

  • Dryad’s Touch by A. W. Graybill

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    When darkness aligns and light struggles,
    When all good things start to wander,
    Then it will be as foretold
    That Gaia’s war will have begun.

    In the beginning Gaia brought order to chaos. After creating the Mortal Realm and birthing seven gods, she faded, leaving nothing behind but her blood. Her children lived in peace for a time. But once they shaped the elves and the first prophecy emerged, tensions rose.

    Thousands of years later war looms over the hearts of many. As the plans of an evil god fall softly into place, Nara of the Dryad’s dreams of adventure lead her into more daring situations than she had expected to face. Kingdoms hang in the balance of her decisions while gods tempt her with a destiny they only hope she will fulfill.

    With dryads whispering in her ears, Nara is unaware of the events unfolding across the world as many seek out their own roles in the unavoidable war. For even the touch of a dryad and the blessing of gods cannot fully wipe chaos from the realms.

  • Lost: No Return by Jay Toney

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    Nathaniel Roberts and his fleet of ships made it through the wormhole, most of them anyways. They are without power and children are coming. Persephone believes babies magically appear in the arms of goddesses when it is time. No one, even her mother can convince her otherwise. Can it be true?
    The first people the fleet meet are the Drax. Their species looks like a cross between a chameleon and a human. They are inhospitable and greedy. Given a chance, they would cheat anyone to get their gold. The Drax are overdue for a lesson in manners. Are Nathaniel and Persephone the right people to do it?
    There is a gathering happening, and Nathaniel's fleet arrives just in time to register for the event. Leery after a recent battle, the fleet stays hidden in deep space doing repairs while Nathaniel and Persephone take their small fighter to the space station. It turns out that the gathering is a three-day slave auction and they are just in time.
    Nathaniel believes that slavery is a just way for criminals to pay back society for their crimes. These prisoners are not guilty of any crime. They are victims; captured because they were unarmed and too weak to defend themselves.
    The gods are involved in punishing the slave traders. They give Nathaniel the means to end the slave trade, but the decision is up to him.
    The fleet has finally found the Alliance and the Crimson tide. It will be the biggest battle yet. Nathaniel is the recipient of bad news. News, he wasn't ready to accept. He will never find Earth if he continues to follow the same path. Nathaniel must find another way.

  • Fairy-Struck by Amy Sumida

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    Would you like to hear a real fairy tale? A story about the war between us and them. A war which led to a truce and a truce which led to the creation of a secret society. There are councils you know nothing about, councils of fairies and of humans who write laws which govern us both. Laws you also know nothing about yet still you are held accountable to them. If you break these laws, the Wild Hunt of Fairy will come for you but don’t worry too much, it’s hard to break laws concerning that which you don’t believe in. Fairies tend to break the truce more than humans and that’s where I come in. I’m part of a military force who monitors the fey. When they cross the line, we extinguish their light… permanently. I’m Extinguisher Seren Sloane and I can tell you a real fairy’s tale, if you’re brave enough to listen.

  • Godhunter by Amy Sumida

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    My life has never been normal.

    I was born a witch. I know about the power of Nature and how to harness it. I know about a lot of supernatural things but I never believed in god… not any of them. Until the day one tried to kill me.

    That was the day I became the Godhunter, though I didn’t know it at the time. Back then, I didn’t know about the God War. I didn’t know about the gods who fight for humans, even though we don’t believe in them anymore. And I certainly didn’t know that I would become the greatest weapon in their arsenal.

    But that was before I kicked Thor in the balls.