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  • Matchmaking Beyond the Veil by Mara Townsend

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    Emery Belmont is a snarky realist who likes his life ordinary. Like any skeptic, he’s content using mundane explanations to write off signs of paranormal activity. That’s no longer an option when the spirit haunting his house wrecks his new kitchen, forcing Emery to face the supernatural truth. Desperate for a new handyman, he unknowingly hires his hot ex-rival from high school to fix it. Paxton Santos, Emery’s former lacrosse team captain, followed in his father’s footsteps to take over the family business. Annoyingly, Emery requires his talented hands more than he needs to keep Paxton out of his life. However, getting Paxton to leave after the repairs may prove difficult with the meddlesome ghost taking a shine to him, which Paxton seems to take in his grating, good-natured stride, remaining irritatingly unruffled by numerous weird occurrences.

    Emery is bombarded by paranormal hijinks, keeping Paxton at arm’s length, and solving an inescapable mystery. There’s nothing Emery hates more than an unfinished puzzle. In his determination to solve this one, Emery reluctantly opens himself up to new possibilities all while trying to remain firmly rooted in life the way he prefers it—orderly, logically explainable, and, above all else, ghost-free.

    Join Emery and Paxton as they face off with a spirit that has no limits to how far it will go to push them together, enduring locked doors, faulty plumbing, and sharing a bed. Together they are determined to navigate their way out of this mess using any means necessary to send the ghost packing. Will they make it out of the traps awaiting them before their pesky tormenter gets any other ideas to make things worse and further blur the line between them?

    Matchmaking Beyond the Veil is a 100k slow burn MM romance tale of rivals to friends to lovers. Featuring a meddling ghost playing at matchmaker, forced proximity, bed sharing, ghost tours that totally aren’t dates, and tongue-in-cheek humor. This story ends on a HFN ending with a soft cliffhanger. Emery and Paxton’s story will continue in Telltale Ghosts Book 2. This book contains denial, two men experimenting with sex magic, fighting what the heart wants, and steamy explicit sexual scenes and colorful language intended for adults 18 and older.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Red Dagger by H.G. Lynch

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    He’s a demon hunter out for revenge. Falling for her was never part of the plan.

    Ruairidh is a Demon Hunter, like his father. But when his father is murdered by a demon he was hunting, Ruairidh must move back to Scotland to live with his mother and brother.
    He vows to kill the demon who murdered his father, but he struggles to balance Hunting with college, and his hostile brother makes it clear he wishes Ruairidh had never come back.
    Doesn’t help that Ru is falling for the girl his brother is crushing on.
    Life is going to get very tricky for Ruairidh, but as long as he has his sword and his wits, he’s ready to take on whatever comes at him.

  • The Witch and the Christian by M. Benjamin Woodall

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    For Clarity Putnam, turning 16 in 17th Century Salem Village means marrying Jacob. Her adolescence is over before it begins. That is, until she meets Victor.

    Victor is adventurous, reckless, free-spirited… everything about her that now must give way to adulthood. The only problem being, Victor is a Witch.

    Victor is not in the Devil’s Service, like the Witches that killed Clarity’s sister years before. But Clarity has never heard of a Green Witch, as Victor calls himself, and neither have the Magistrates of Salem Village, who seek to eradicate him and all wickedness in Salem, now that the truce between the Witches and Christians is over. And Jacob will stop at nothing to see Victor discredited and hung.

    So Clarity must choose. If she chooses Victor over Jacob, there can only be two endings to this tale: a tragedy of the likes of Romeo and Juliet, or a Happily For Now conclusion that comes with a departure from the world Clarity knows.

    This tale of two star-crossed lovers will take you on a trip to a terrifying world you never knew existed, where love is the greatest magic of all.

  • A Knight of Change by adrian maudling

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    So a Knight a Druid and a bunch of Fae beings go into a bar. Sounds like a good joke?
    Unfortunately Mark and Allison are not laughing as they are dragged into the conflict between light and dark. With no idea which side is which.
    They have been gifted with the ability to control the Elements? Fire, Air, Earth and water bending to their will. That’s the power wielded by the Grail Knights. And they have been drafted
    New abilities, new friends and new truths. Can they master their abilities and accept all the changes that come with them?

  • January in Atlantis by Alyssa Day

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    A warrior returned
    When black sheep Flynn returns to Atlantis after more than a decade away, he discovers that his brothers thought he was dead and moved on with their lives. But before he can wrap his brain around that problem, Poseidon himself taps Flynn to be one of a new generation of elite warriors. Now he only has to: learn how to be part of a team, rescue a group of kidnapped girls from the Hell’s Dark Angels motorcycle gang, and try to understand why a certain redhaired bartender with an affinity for animals is driving him mad…

    A woman reborn
    Eva Calandar needs to run. Again. Her ex-boyfriend, a black magic practitioner, has tracked heR down. Again. But she might be the key to rescuing a group of girls from becoming human sacrifices, and there’s a certain astonishingly hot Atlantean warrior with a fierce protective instinct who is making her think longing thoughts of finally making a stand.
    Together, they’re so much stronger than they were apart, but the heat between them may be enough to burn down the world.

    No matter what the temperature is in January . . . in Atlantis.

  • Red Dagger by H.G. Lynch

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    Ruairidh is a Demon Hunter, like his father. But when his father is murdered by a demon he was hunting, Ruairidh must move back to Scotland to live with his mother and brother.
    He vows to kill the demon who murdered his father, but he struggles to balance Hunting with college, and his hostile brother makes it clear he wishes Ruairidh had never come back.
    Doesn’t help that Ru is falling for the girl his brother is crushing on.
    Life is going to get very tricky for Ruairidh, but as long as he has his sword and his wits, he’s ready to take on whatever comes at him.

  • The Wyld: A Reverse Harem Fantasy by Parker de Vesci

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    Alex is rescued by three gorgeous shifters who claim she’s the reincarnation of their empress. They’re determined to restore her throne. But her situation is more perilous than she knows. Her three warriors’ hearts are full of secrets. And a devastatingly handsome immortal prince is hunting her with the intent to kill her permanently. Slow burn RH.

  • Love ad Void by Olga Toprover

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    Dasha is a woman who stops aging at 25 because of a curse hanging over her family. This is just a side effect of witchcraft, the aim of which was to force Dasha and all women in her family to suffer from love and from never being loved in return.
    “They will live with that unrequited love, which would be a torture. It will turn into their pain, obsession and sickness. Time will not heal them. Minutes and years would stretch to lengthen their sadness. There will no escape from love. Exhausted by that love, they will be seeking a way out. There will be just one escape, just one…”
    Dasha is trying to find a way to stop the witchcraft. She witnesses wars, and leaders who come and go, promising new horizons and tearing off the thin threads of hope. To solve her mother’s secrets she has to connect the dots between past and present, traveling to various cities and even countries. Her sister Anna is suffering because of love and Dasha herself cannot escape her fate. Can she beat the darkness and change her life? Will she be able to find happiness in the ocean of ​​suffering and frustration?
    Readers who are moved by a combination of fantasy, drama and romance will find this book interesting. The concept of “Love and Void” was partly inspired by “The Enchanters” (1973) by a French writer Romain Gary.
    Recently a plot with a similar idea of an ageless woman was used in Hollywood, in the movie “The Age of Adaline” (2015).

  • Bride of Fire by Jane Burrelli

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    What’s worse than death?
    Falling in love with the enemy.

    A princess sent to die.
    A forbidding Lord.
    A desire that cannot be extinguished.

    She can’t help the attraction.
    It’s instantaneous and undeniable.
    She must do all she can to keep her secret.
    But when he and his people discover the truth,
    What will become of her?
    Will this forbidden love destroy them both?

    Publisher’s Note: This is a compilation of books 1-3 of the Bride of Fire. It’s steamy fantasy romance contains elements of power exchange.

  • Bound in Fire by Erzabet Bishop

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    The witch with the phoenix tattoo…

    Isobel Fieri loves her dream job of working as an archivist in the city’s most prestigious museum. Well, aside from the creepy advances of her boss, that is. But when her mentor goes missing and a valuable exhibit piece vanishes into thin air, she knows something is very wrong. Bound by her desire to find answers, some really steamy flashbacks, and an attraction to a certain sexy fireman, opening weekend is about to get interesting.

    He will find her again and protect her at all costs.

    Roark Jameson has never forgotten the mate he loved and lost. He and his cat have pledged their lives to fighting fire, the very thing that took her from them. When he finds himself in front of the Remington Museum, he is drawn in to the mythology exhibit despite himself. A chance meeting will upend his universe and bring his carefully constructed world crashing down around him. Discovering his long lost mate here seems impossible, but when danger roams the hallowed halls of the museum, he must fight for her or lose her forever to the twisted web of fate.

  • Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

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    A little magickal mischief never hurt anyone…

    Erik MacGregor is from a clan of ancient Scottish warlocks. He isn’t looking for love. After centuries, it’s not even a consideration…until he moves in next door to Lydia Barratt. It’s clear that the shy beauty wants nothing to do with him, but he’s drawn to her and determined to win her over.

    The last thing Lydia Barratt needs is a demanding Scottish man meddling in her private life. Just because he’s gorgeous and totally rocks a kilt doesn’t mean she’s going to fall for his seductive manner.

    But Erik won’t give up and just as Lydia lets her guard down, his sister decides to get involved. Her little love potion prank goes terribly wrong, making Lydia the target of his sudden embarrassingly obsessive behavior. They’ll have to find a way to pull Erik out of the spell fast when it becomes clear that Lydia has more than a lovesick warlock to worry about.

    Warning: Contains yummy, hot, mischievous MacGregors who may or may not be wielding love potion magick in an effort to prank their older brother, and who are almost certainly up to no good on their quest to find true love.

  • Playing with Fire by Jane Burrelli

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    When the gods breathed life into us they blessed us with an element, a pity they didn’t care to bless us with anything else.

    Princess Nymira’s life changed forever when a coup forced her to flee north and in doing so she found herself mated to Zorren, the formidable Ice Lord. Their instant connection is undeniable but their budding relationship is not without challenges.

    Mira must now face the open hostility of a foreign court as she attempts to carve out a niche at Zorren’s side. New enemies work tirelessly to drive a wedge between the newly mated pair and their tentative bond of trust is tested to the limit. Are Mira and Zorren strong enough to withstand the storm or will her most guarded secret drive them apart?
    Forever.

    Publisher’s Note: This is book two in the Bride of Fire Trilogy. This fantasy romance contains elements of danger, suspense, mystery, adventure, and sensual scenes set in an apocalyptic world.

  • Casstiel by Sheri-Lynn Marean

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    Dragon shifter Casstiel should’ve joined his mate in the afterlife when she died. He didn’t. Fate changed the rules and tethered him to another female—the enemy.
    For ten years Casstiel searches, only when he finds her, he’s faced with a horrifying truth; he’s protective and fiercely attracted to her. Even worse, she makes him question what it is he really wants.
    Half Fire-born, Ashara’s never soared the skies or shifted into her dragon. Instead, she’s been a slave to the Ilyium. Her only solace has been a connection to another. When suddenly freed and confronted by a large, sexy male who scares the hell out of her, Ashara’s at a loss. As her heart awakens to a love she never dreamed possible, Ashara struggles to find her place, until a shocking discovery changes everything and may not be what anyone wants.