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"Blood Loss" by Mathias G. B. Colwell


"Blood Loss"

by Mathias G. B. Colwell

An epic jailbreak requires a betrayal of allegiance. But freedom comes with a price.

Presumed dead by the Guild, Philip, a former Collector who used to kill and capture supernatural creatures, has finally accepted the fact that he is actually the very prey he once hunted—a hybrid. With the appearance of a human and the blood of a troll, Philip has powers no human could ever possess. These powers are exhilarating, but they come with a price. Philip must hide his true identity, lest he become a hunted creature himself.

While on the road, Philip and Alayna—Philip’s lovely, Elfas companion—get wind of a tragic occurrence. Beathan, the gypsy fairy, has been captured and is now a captive of the Collectors Guild, bound for the hellish supernatural prison known as St. Thomas’s. Will Philip and Alayna risk their lives and their freedom to attempt a jailbreak of unimaginable proportions? Or will they abandon their roguish fairy friend to his fate as a doomed prisoner? [more]

"The Last Cathar" by Kate Riley

"The Last Cathar"
by Kate Riley

1290, France, Renier de Beynac, the Papal Inquisitor ruthlessly hunts down heretics and a legend. India Serras is the last and protects a treasure so precious that Renier will stop at nothing to obtain it.

Jourdain LeTardif, a merchant wounded in the dark streets of Carcassonne, collapses at India’s doorstep. Against all odds, she realizes who he really is, the untold circumstances of his birth and the events that will ultimately change both their lives. [more]

"Praxton: A Vote For Change" by N. S. Howard


"A Vote For Change"

by N. S. Howard

The planet Praxton, famous for women living in a submissive lifestyle to their male guardian, is in turmoil. The Charter of Conduct Office has ordered a change in laws that allows women the right to vote, run in elections and control their own finances.

Reporter Evelyn Montgomery arrives on Praxton to describe the changes from a female perspective. To gain confidence from her sources she adopts the traditional dress for Praxton females, consisting of revealing clothes, collar, cuffs and decorative chains. Her success in obtaining information leads her to a new assignment. Her superiors strongly suggest she live a few days inside a Praxton home, meaning she would have follow all the exotic customs of a female and obey a male guardian. [more]

"Midnights Edge: Part 1" by David Chappus and Michael Klinger

"Midnight's Edge:
The Secrets of Sleepy Meadows"

by David Chappuis & Michael Klinger

The title, Midnight’s Edge, comes from the time of night where the veil between the living and the dead disappears and, for a brief moment in time, the dead can return to the mortal world and live again. It is a story of a vile, evil man named Jeremy Wickcliff, whose wife, Lucy, arranged his death years ago to save the town from his wrath of destruction. In present time, he has been plotting from the spirit realm, a place of purgatory, to return to the mortal realm to seek revenge on those who wronged him and reclaim the life ripped away from him. [more]

"Killer Eyes" by Mark DeRobertis

A Trent Smith Martial Arts Thriller

"Killer Eyes"

by Mark M. DeRobertis

Trent Smith is the only man in possession of Eternity—the wonder drug that cures all disease and stops aging. But after exposing Eternity as an unsafe experiment, Trent is at odds with the two billionaires who created it—Abraham Soriah and Karl Manoukian. [more]

"The Way Forward" by Jill Bisker

The Ghostly Way

"The Way Forward"

by Jill Bisker

Will Laney’s gift to communicate with ghosts lead her to help or hinder the restless souls who haunt her?

After Laney MacKenzie learned she could communicate with spirits, life became much more challenging. It was one thing when it was her grandmother who came to her, but now it seemed as though every random ghost felt the need to seek her out—and she has no interest in figuring out how to move them on. She has enough troubles of her own—her ghosthunter boyfriend Emmett is pressuring her to develop her so called gift, her ex-husband keeps creeping back into her life for unknown purposes, and she has a fledging new business. She’s near to calling it quits on both her gift and Emmett when she learns about a little boy who’s experiencing a ghostly visitor. She can’t say no to a child in trouble, and his attractive architect father has a way of being persuasive. [more]

"No Place Like Home" by Mysti Parker

Tallenmere Unleashed

"No Place Like Home"

by Mysti Parker

In Port Valor, it’s dangerous to be different. Especially for sixteen-year-old Mirabelle Hearton, whose psychic abilities could put her entire family in danger. To protect them, she left the city and her childhood sweetheart, Lysander Devlin, behind to live a life of servitude in Leogard’s Temple. Ten years later, someone discovered her mind-bending talents and forced her to send an innocent woman into exile.

As punishment for her crimes, she must return to Port Valor to seek out a dangerous mercenary called The Tyger. He's already threatened the lives of her family and is rumored to have killed countless others for the right price. [more]

"Valley of Tears" by J. Troy Seate


"Valley of Tears"

by J. Troy Seate

Steve Swann wants a corporate promotion. His wife, Maria, wants space to roam with her pets and to raise their twelve-year-old daughter. The little valley town of Altinoma seems the perfect solution to pursue this idyllic lifestyle until their serenity is shaken when desecrations are found. Life quickly becomes more frightening than nightmares. Within the mountain peaks and woods that surround their new home, an evil lurks, and waits for the time to strike. Young girls begin to vanish. While trying to protect his daughter, Renee, Steve begins his own investigation as each contact with "neighbors" proves to be as alarming as his confrontations with Altinoma's movers and shakers, all forces that could destroy his family. [more]

"Murde in Her Mind" by Nell DuVall


"Murder In Her Mind"

by Nell DuVall

Two women, one man: is murder the solution? Suffering from the recent break up of a romance, Tula Mohr, the daughter of an Irish man and a wealthy Somali woman, finds her confidence at low ebb when her latest conquest ditches her for another woman. With her parents dead and no other family, she relies on her two closest friends for comfort. At their insistence, she travels to Ireland to seek her father’s birthplace and any surviving relatives. Little does she expect to find a new love and cousins. However, someone is determined to kill the Irish Somali woman. [more]

"Julian's Farewell" by Jaden Sinclair


"Julian's Farewell"

by Jaden Sinclair

Noble born, Julian Marino turned his back on the only life he has ever known to search for a lost friend he has always cared about and never forgotten. Groomed to take his place as an Elder, his father's ambitions, not his own, Julian set out to reinvent himself. Learning to fight, to hunt, to track has been very successful for him, but not in his many year quests to find his best friend. Feeling defeated, Julian goes to the one and only home he still has left and discovers new problems within his race as well as a new war brewing. [more]

"Sundown Serenya" by Tara Fox Hall



"Sundown & Serena"

by Tara Fox Hall

Neither human stripper Sundown nor virgin were-halfbreed Serena knew how their futures would change when catalyst vampire Devlin Dalcon walked into their lives. Sundown was just looking to party and forget her tragic past; Serena was hoping for excitement and love, to be swept away from the dull routine of her short-order cook job and solitary life. Will these very different women finally face their fears in time to seize their own dreams of happiness? [more]

"Dusk Runner" by Mathias G. B. Colwell


"Dusk Runner"

by Mathias G. B. Colwell

In the midst of chaos and darkness, Elliyar and his companions fight a losing battle to defend their homeland, the fallen elven kingdom of Andalaya. They fight against a dangerous alliance of dark elves and human invaders. Arrows loosed from the shadows and violent ambushes characterize his people’s existence. Yet the young elf, Elliyar, can’t help but wonder if this meager resistance is really all that is left for them or if there is something more in store for his people. [more]

"El Diablo" by Richard Dawes

A Tucson Kid Western #9

"El Diablo"

by Richard Dawes

The Tucson Kid rides into Mexico to battle an evil magician victimizing the Indians and the peasants. Weakened from his wounds and his strength drained by a beautiful vampire, Tucson must fight the magician's army of gunmen before he faces the sorcerer himself in a battle to the death. [more]

"Conquering Lyssa" by Jaden Sinclair


"Conquering Lyssa"

by Jaden Sinclair

For four years, he has waited for her. Four years of torture for a male who is far from his mate. Now the waiting is over and the claim can be finished, however Daxis Jenaro is about to get an eye-opener. His mate isn’t that easy to convince.

Lyssa Laswell was claimed by Daxis at a very young age, but not taken. Unable to accept her fate, she rebels. Refusing to accept that she belongs to Daxis, and not considering what her actions might do to her family, Lyssa goes wild, dates other males, and gets caught by the very male she’s been trying so hard to push away.

Daxis now has his mate and claiming her might be a lot easier than trying to conquer her heart or show her that they are right for each other. And when the heat of the full moon comes, it pushes them both into a very difficult situation.

The claim might be over, but who will conquer whom? [more]

"June's Stolen Rose" by Brenda Ashworth Barry

Seasons Saga #4

"June's Stolen Rose"

by Brenda Ashworth Barry

The Saga continues in book four with Kaylob and Beth Ann walking into a homecoming with one of their best friends on the floor with a gash in his head. Things are out of order in their life and someone is watching Beth Ann. She finds things vanishing and hears footsteps and shadows that spell danger. Then Kaylob comes home and nobody knows where she is.

The disappearance of Beth Ann sends the police force and others searching for her. Family and friends seem to think Blake has taken her, but does he have her? And if he doesn’t, who does? Let the mystery unfold into the darkness of an evil mind as Beth Ann fights for her life. [more]

"Crystal & Wand" by Tori Ridgewood

"Crystal and Wand"

The Talbot Trilogy #3

by Tori L. Ridgewood

Lovers reunite, and are torn apart. Bloodthirsty fiends battle for control of an army of the undead. With the community of Talbot frozen under layers of ice and snow, the domination of the vampire coven seems certain, but in the eye of the storm, the witches and the vampire hunters search desperately for the means to bring an end to the violence that threatens to take over more than one small, sleepy town. Will Rayvin and Charlotte be able to work together, combining their skills in magick, to prevent the loss of more innocent lives? [more]

"Winter on Spring Street" by Stacey Darlington

"Winter on Spring Street"
by Stacey Darlington

If you were a witch, how far would you go to make someone love you?
If you knew magic, would you use it?
What if the love spell turns to lust?

Former singer superstar, Raven Viramonte, knows the answers. After her career comes crashing to a halt, Raven seeks refuge in the creepy central Florida bungalow she buys, sight unseen. She finds an unlikely friend/therapist in a homeless man named, Harry, who haunts the bench at the edge of her property. However, when Rocky, Raven's sister, calls with the news of their mother's ill health, Raven must return to the family owned apartment building she despises, 88 Spring Street, Connecticut, the tomb of her darkest secrets.

Harry urges her to return to New England to reconcile her past: The mother who despises her, the younger sister who betrayed her, and the gay father who abandoned her. Then there is Skyler Blue, victim of Raven's blundering love spell. Calling on Harry's psychological insights, Raven seeks to mend her broken psyche. By Fate, she encounters a bewitching woman who's psychic powers and psychology degree help Raven dim the line between love and lust.

Winter on Spring Street is the profoundly sensual, sometimes humorous and always turbulent digression into Raven Viramonte's paranormal life. Although, Raven is the unreliable and often unlikeable narrator, we can't help but cheer her on as she faces her demons on Spring Street. [more]

"Flipspace: Astraeus Event, Volume 4" by John Steiner

"FLIPSPACE: Astraeus Event, Volume 4"

Missions 10-12

by John Steiner

Surpassing the speed of light remained elusive in 2175. However, the trick was to hold still to swap out spatial locations. For Colonel Sumitra Ramachandra, Major Lamarr Fitch, Captain Malcolm O’Connell and the rest of the ISS Mockingbird’s crew jumping between solar systems is just the start of their wondrous, sometimes zany and often perilous missions. The future of aerospace defense stretches far above the blue yonder.

Flipspace 10

Flipspace 11

Flipspace 12


"Black Rose" by Richard Dawes

"Black Rose"

A Tucson Kid Western

by Richard Dawes

The Tucson Kid battles his way out of a town run by and for outlaws. Hoping for a rest, he rides into the sleepy village of San Ignacio. There he meets an old friend, a lawman who persuades Tucson to help him transport a murderer and a shipment of gold through bandit territory.

Unknown to the lawman, Tucson is carrying a map to a silver mine worth millions of dollars. During the dangerous journey, the Kid meets Black Rose, a legendary outlaw queen, who wants that map. Their epic battle over the silver mine extends across the southwest – a battle that only one of them will survive. [more]

"What Became of Nell" by H. R. Jones

"What Became of Nell"

by H.R. Jones

Nell Lynn, was a naïve and inexperienced young woman, until she met up with Rory Star. His suave, brooding good looks, charm, and attention lured her into his world.

Then, Nell met Peter, the professor, who was kind and loving, and the total opposite of Rory.

Rory was bound to have Nell at all costs, and would do whatever it took to make it happen. [more]

"The Journey of Elizabeth Ann Rose" by Brenda Ashworth Barry

"The Journey of Elizabeth Ann Rose"

A Seasons Saga Novel

by Brenda Ashworth Barry

Elizabeth Ann Rose calls the Indian reservation in southern California home, and is upset and angry when she and her family must leave and travel the road again while her daddy plays in his band and tries to become famous. She and her family live out of an old beat up station wagon traveling from one city to another. Sometimes, living in dirty old hotel rooms where mice and cockroaches are their only pets. When Beth Ann turns eleven she finds more than chocolate cake being served. Her mom serves her daddy divorce papers, takes her three children and heads out to begin a new life. In one short summer, Beth Ann’s life completely changes, and she ends up in Novata, a small Northern California town. The very town that will change her life forever. [more]

"Kill Her James" by Judith Russell

"Kill Her James"

by Judith Russell

In Kill Her, James, the sequel of To Clair, years of careful preparation have given The Brotherhood a maniacal plan to be tromped by the ghost of a previous kill. Preacher Edward Clower and his followers have one objective: to keep the white race pure. After the accidental death of Justin Campbell and the killing of his fifteen-year-old son, Josh, they vow to support the eleven-year-old, surviving son, James, until he is old enough to finish what his father started and return honor to The Brotherhood.

The pretty widow, Linda Campbell, has become one of the enticing incentives for members of the all-male group. Linda and her young son escape Center Ridge, Georgia and the only home they have ever known to travel west. They settle in Rayville, Tennessee, near Linda’s brother, Harold Sharpels, not knowing that The Brotherhood is close behind, never letting them out of their sights for years to follow. Now seventeen, James (or Jimmy Sharpels) is approached by The Brotherhood to aid in the murder of Dr. Clair Weinstein, the gynecologist that caused the deaths of his father and brother. [more]

"Rogue" by Steve Soderquist and Laura Ranger


by Steve Soderquist and Laura Ranger

Newlyweds, Chris and Lexi run for their lives from a deadly crime boss until they remember who they really are—two government-created killing machines. The tables turn and they become the ones from whom to run. When the government discovers the couple remembers who they are, more like them are sent to destroy them. However, those in charge neglected to factor in the most important lesson this couple learned on their own...

Love supersedes science. [more]

"Blue Eagle Feather" by Sherry Derr Wille

"Blue Eagle Feather"

by Sherry Derr-Wille

To get a college education Jeff receives a scholarship with the stipulation he must spend five years teaching on an Indian reservation. Although he would like to stay at home on the Lac du Flambeau reservation in Northern Wisconsin, he is sent to a Blackfoot Reservation in Montana.

As soon as he crosses into South Dakota during his travel to Montana, Jeff experiences visions of the people who once exclusively called the region home. In addition to the visions, he receives a gift from the Great Spirit of a Blue Eagle Feather.

Little does he know the significance of either the visions or the gift until he arrives on the reservation and meets the old man who can explain the meaning of both. Once all is revealed Jeff’s life changes forever. [more]