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"Unbounded Fury" - Jaden Sinclair

"Unbounded Fury"

Shifter #12

by Jaden Sinclair

Taken and used for two years as nothing but a sex slave has left Logan Wallace with a ton of fury bound up. His only thought has been revenge against the woman who has made his life hell. However, all that changes when one night, right before he is expected to 'perform', a night when he knows he's about to be killed, something in the dark saves him in more ways than one.

She was never to go near her mother's pets. Yet something about this one had Dannie Scotts sneaking in and doing the unthinkable, which saved his life. Before she is able to come to grips with what she's done, the pet is free and the captor becomes the captive.

They never know who might end up being their mate, they just know how to protect and defend what is theirs. Logan has come to terms with his mate, but will she be accepting her fate, or will the fury inside the shifter stay unbounded? [more]

"Murder in the Cards" by Nell DuVall

"Murder in the Cards"

Murder In The Shadows #2

by Nell DuVall

Leah Chernowski discovers more in the Tarot cards than she wants to know when she reads them for Ted Muccino, a sexy skeptic who doubts both her and the cards. Even her best friend Tula Mohr predicts love for the two. However, dreams show a hidden enemy determined to kill Ted. Leah must first convince the stubborn Italian an enemy exists and then unravel clues to the man's identity before she and Ted can find love. [more]

"Praise Her, Praise Diana" by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Ken Hicks

"Praise Her, Praise Diana"

by Ann Rothman-Hicks & Ken Hicks

Call it life imitating art—author Maggie Edwards publishes a chapter of a book detailing seduction, murder and castration by a protagonist named Diana, and suddenly a woman code-named Diana begins to mimic her actions in real time. Women who have been abused find Diana to be an inspirational figure, and begin to fight back in her name. Soon violence erupting throughout New York City threatens to spiral out of control. As the police try desperately to identify Diana, Maggie's high-powered lawyer, Jane Larson, finds herself at the center of an investigation that threatens to upend the entire world around her. [more]

"Take Back the Memories" by Augustine Sam

"Take Back the Memory"

by Augustine Sam

Paige Lyman, an accomplished psychiatrist, is on the verge of madness but she doesn't know it yet. The madness begins when she gets it into her head to write her memoirs. As her brilliant mind assembles bits and pieces of her life for the book, ugly skeletons, long forgotten in the closet, begin to rear their heads.

It had all begun with a simple act of love. And love, for her, was a blond-haired Irish boy named Bill, so when Bill abandoned her for priesthood the world around her collapsed. Seized by a different passion — vengeance — she seeks her proverbial pound of flesh in the beds of various priests... [more]

"Flipspace: Raging Pacific" by John Steiner

Flipspace #9
"Raging Pacific"

by John Steiner

After years, the once-broken terrorist group, Golden Fist of Pacifica reemerges. Using a new bioweapon, the GFP seize control over a corporate board of directors, and through them possession of the mult-e-nomic platform, Pacific City. This time NATO is required to act, and puts the Mockingbird on alert status. As a biologics expert and gene hacker, Todd Ash is tasked for clandestine insertion onto Pacific City over objections from Pan-American Combine agents. Branch rivalry with the PAC Marines during training belies the fact that Earth security is at stake. [more]

"Fallenwood" by Leslie D. Soule

"Fallenwood"

by Leslie D. Soule

Ashley Kensington is a girl overwhelmed — 23 and in college, she works an unforgiving retail job, still grieves over the loss of her stepfather to circumstances beyond her control, and despairs over her mother's heartlessness.

With self-doubt creeping in, and a sense that a bright future is beyond her reach, she runs away from it all and finds her way to a magical realm known as Fallenwood, a place that for all its charms, is no less plagued by problems of its own. [more]

"The Ophir" by Irene Patino

"The Ophir"

by Irene Patino

"I will not die by your hand, Joseph Ben Abin". The Messenger of Allah, in the year of his death, looked upon the face of his assassin and cursed him and all that would follow.

With only the cloak of night for protection and comfort, Joseph Ben Abin, roamed the earth waiting for the day that he could exact retribution from the hated and feared Kadar Nazim, last prophet of God.

As Ghengis Khan, Joseph Ben Abin devised all manner of torture for his victims. Bloodletting was his favorite... [more]

"Comanche Gold" by Richard Dawes

A Tucson Kid Western #6
"Comanche Gold"

by Richard Dawes

The Tucson Kid is called to the west Texas town of Howling Wolf by the Comanche chief, Soaring Eagle. Gold has been found on the Comanche reservation and the major banker in Howling Wolf, Charles Durant, is trying to steal the gold from the Indians. Four Comanche have already been murdered, but white man's law doesn't work for the Indians. Soaring Eagle asks Tucson to intercede for them, and he agrees to see what he can do. [more]

"December Road" by Brenda Ashworth-Barry

"December Road"

by Brenda Ashworth Barry

Kaylob returns home after two years of imprisonment in a POW camp in Vietnam. Will he ever be back to his whole self again after what he's endured?

Beth Ann has the daunting task of dealing with his Post-Traumatic Syndrome, while engaged to Kaylob's arch enemy, Blake Tanner, a rich and powerful man who refuses to let her go. [more]

"Ajar" by Marianna Boncek

"Ajar"

by Mariannna Boncek

Sixteen year old Gus Woodard is about to live the best summer of his life. Then something goes wrong. Something goes terribly wrong.

Ajar is a coming of age story about sixteen year old Gus Woodard and his schizophrenic brother. Set during the 1970s in a small town in upstate New York, Gus must suffer the undeserved consequences when his delusional brother kills the local sweetheart and the high school's popular football coach. [more]

"Eye of the Storm" by Tara Fox Hall

Promise Me #10
"Eye of the Storm"

by Tara Fox Hall

As Ulysses lurks in the shadows launching repeated attacks on the vampire Devlin and his allies, Sar and Theo move on from Sar's affair with Lash, building a new life with their werecougar son Devon. Rebuffed, the newly young weresnake Lash takes steps to regain his old solitary existence, even as the vampire Danial prepares his dhamphir son Theoron for manhood. A chain of tragic events cumulating in the shattering of the magical "dream bond" between Theo and Sar turns the lovers against one another even as Ulysses delivers a last devastating blow to Devlin in his relentless quest for revenge. [more]

"Lone Horseman" by Richard Dawes

A Tucson Kid Western #5
"Lone Horseman"

by Richard Dawes

In Lone Horseman, a young woman, Nora Eddington, narrates the exciting saga of her meeting with the Tucson Kid on a cattle drive she was taking with her father from Nevada to Arizona. A band of outlaws want the herd, and they are willing to kill her father and his crew of drovers to get it. Nora's world is shattered when she passes through a rite of passage from girlhood to womanhood as the Tucson Kid battles to protect her, her father and their herd. [more]

"Flagitious" by Joanne Myers

"Flagitious"

by JoAnne Myers

Four stories filled with mystery, intrigue, danger around every corner, unspecting love, with a twist ending. [more]

"Flipspace: Close Encounters of Their Kind" by John Steiner

FLIPSPACE
"Close Encounters For Their Kind"
Mission 8

by John Steiner

Recouping from their losses, and breaking in replacements, Colonel Rama is briefed for a mission that potentially violates exo-solar planetary research treaties. Rediscovered among archives of a telescope considered lost in the prior century, the data includes surface changes on the alien world that may suggest intelligent life. Taking off under the cover of a scientific survey mission, the Mockingbird is actually loaded for bear. Conscious of the fact they are alien invaders, the surface team faces an indigenous species with aggressive tendencies beyond belief. The question is why? [more]

"Flipspace: Astraeus Event 4-6, Volume 2" by John Steiner

Flipspace: Astraeus Event, Missions 4-6

by John Steiner

Follow the crew of the Mockingbird in missions 4-6 of the Flipspace series. In print and ebook format. [more]

"Reaper" by Katrina Monroe

"Reaper"

by Katrina Monroe

The Department of Creative Death and Ironic Punishment. This is where writers go when they die.

Oz, an employee of The Department, is mostly content doling out death from his ancient typewriter, until he wins the office lottery. The prize? A new assignment – to return to the world of the living as a Reaper.

At first, Oz sees this new assignment as a blessing. He is given a body and a second chance at life, but then, during a lesson with a surly, seasoned Reaper named Bard, Oz is forced to watch a childhood friend die. Shaken, Oz questions his willingness to do the job he's won.

With each new lesson, Oz begins to wonder if being a Reaper is really a prize or a punishment. [more]

"Flipspace: Shades of Jade" by John Steiner

FLIPSPACE
"Shades of Jade"
Mission 6

by John Steiner

The Mockingbird crew are pulled off their training schedule when a distress call from their sister ship, the Magpie reaches Earth from the Kuiper Belt. In preparation for rescue and possible hostilities, Colonel Rama's command is expanded with Medevac/Recovery Vehicle, two deep space fighters, a mysterious support crew and the Magpie's AI named Monk. Yet, there lurks covert objectives beneath Rama's emergency orders. During the rescue disaster strikes, and the ship suffers severely damaged. Survival throws the crew is thrown into crisis mode and pushes them all to their limits. [more]

"Flipspace: Astraeus Event 4-6, Volume 2" by John Steiner

Flipspace: Astraeus Event, Missions 4-6

by John Steiner

Follow the crew of the Mockingbird in missions 4-6 of the Flipspace series. In print and ebook format. [more]

"Reaper" by Katrina Monroe

"Reaper"

by Katrina Monroe

The Department of Creative Death and Ironic Punishment. This is where writers go when they die.

Oz, an employee of The Department, is mostly content doling out death from his ancient typewriter, until he wins the office lottery. The prize? A new assignment – to return to the world of the living as a Reaper.

At first, Oz sees this new assignment as a blessing. He is given a body and a second chance at life, but then, during a lesson with a surly, seasoned Reaper named Bard, Oz is forced to watch a childhood friend die. Shaken, Oz questions his willingness to do the job he's won.

With each new lesson, Oz begins to wonder if being a Reaper is really a prize or a punishment. [more]

"Flipspace: Shades of Jade" by John Steiner

FLIPSPACE
"Shades of Jade"
Mission 6

by John Steiner

The Mockingbird crew are pulled off their training schedule when a distress call from their sister ship, the Magpie reaches Earth from the Kuiper Belt. In preparation for rescue and possible hostilities, Colonel Rama's command is expanded with Medevac/Recovery Vehicle, two deep space fighters, a mysterious support crew and the Magpie's AI named Monk. Yet, there lurks covert objectives beneath Rama's emergency orders. During the rescue disaster strikes, and the ship suffers severely damaged. Survival throws the crew is thrown into crisis mode and pushes them all to their limits. [more]

"Moth and Rust" by Eddie Drueding

ARRABOROUGH
"Moth and Rust"
Book 3

by Eddie Drueding

As Arraborough struggles to prevent Mobane Red Dog's mind games from destroying them from within, Diana joins forces with the sole survivor of the Blackwood confrontation to unravel the mystery of the Crimson Childen, and the founders race to uncover the identity of the traitor.

Secrets are revealed, lines are drawn, and blood is spilled in the third installment of Eddie Drueding's Arraborough series. [more]

"Loved, Settled and Understood" by Kirsty Grant

"Loved, Settled and Understood"

by Kirsty Grant

Following the death of her best friend, Laura, Sophie's life is thrown into turmoil. Torn between the stability of her long term relationship with her boyfriend, Jeff, and the unexpected raw desire for Laura's sister, Jane, Sophie finds herself questioning her sexuality. Acting upon her desire, Sophie discovers that following her heart has unforeseen consequences and she finds herself tangled in a web of complicated love and heartache.

Loved, Settled and Understood is a passionate love story which takes Sophie on a life altering journey of grief, lust, love and anger.

How many hearts will be broken in the quest for true love? Is it easier to walk away from love to avoid heartache? Will the words of her late friend, Laura, echo true and will Sophie ever be loved, settled and understood? [more]

"Red Sun Over Panama" by H. Paul Doucette

"Red Sun Over Panama"
by H. Paul Doucette

Late Fall, 1941

Europe is ablaze as Hitler jackboots his way to total conquest. England is on the precipice as the Blitz has begun to reduce it to ashes and rubble. In the Pacific, Japan has begun stretching its might across China and the Pacific Islands, threatening India and Australia.

America is caught in the middle as it tries desperately to avoid becoming involved in a global war. But all that is about to change through an act of treachery that will shock the country to its core. Japan has decided to make its first move to cripple America's ability to challenge them in the Pacific Ocean. The Panama Canal.

Washington has grave concerns about the safety and security of the Canal as they have received reports of an influx of Japanese nationals arriving in the area. The Counterintelligence Police Corps has been charged with ensuring that the Canal remains open and free from sabotage and espionage. This has fallen to one agent: Paul Jarvis. He is dispatched to the Canal with a mandate to work in cooperation with agents from the FBI and the Office of Naval Intelligence.

It does not take long before he uncovers clues suggesting the possibility of a plot to blow up the locks at Pedro Miguel and Miraflores while investigating a series of suspicious murders. With the help of his partner, Sergeant Joe Duggan and the area MPs, he rushes to stop the attacks and capture the people involved.

The clock is ticking and in the distance the Red Sun on the western horizon rises higher. [more]

"The Last Conception" by Gabriel Constans

"The Last Conception"

by Gabriel Constans

Passionate embryologist, Savarna, is in a complicated relationship, with two different women, when she is told that she MUST have a baby. Her conservative East Indian American parents are desperate for her to conceive, in spite of her "not being married". They insist that she is the last in line of a great spiritual lineage. In the process of choosing her lover and having doubts about her ability, or desire to conceive, Savarna begins to question the necessity of biology and lineage within her parents' beliefs and becomes forever fascinated with the process of conception and the definition of family. Threads of Dan Brown (DaVinci Code), Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni (Sister of My Heart) and The L Word (TV series) flavor this colorful tale of awakening, romance and mystery. [more]

"Screw The Devil's Daiquiri" by Rayme Michaels

"Screw the Devil's Daiquiri"

by Rayme Michaels

When womanizer, and possible schizophrenic, John Hazel is suddenly offered a serious job promotion by the CEO of his company, David Wall, under the condition that John help him kill his wife, John finds himself between a rock and a hard place when Mr. Wall's wife, Victoria Wall, asks John to do the same for her. [more]