New free Fantasy Kindle books for 2017-08-15:

Vicious Depths
by Madeline Stanford
$0.00, 436 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #2 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Cruelty. Romance. Secrets. Winner of the Hot Key Books Young Writers Prize, Vicious Depths is the first novel in a gripping new fantasy series, perfect for fans of Throne of Glass and The Mortal Instruments.

Sixteen-year-old Alex Muir is dead. Dead, and furious.

The afterlife she’s been taught about doesn’t exist. There are only the hellish caverns of the Depths, deep underground, and the tightly controlled gates that protect the paradise of the Azure. The paranoid Azure leader is clinging to power, convinced he is about to be usurped by the overlord of the Depths. In his desperation to discover the truth, Alex is forced into the Depths as an Azure spy. If she fails to bring back evidence, she’ll be cast into the Outside – a place of nothingness where she’ll become but a shadow.

However, Alex soon discovers that the Depths aren’t quite the nightmare she anticipated. Among the memory-leeching monsters and vicious brawls, she manages to find friends in the chaos. Friends that introduce her to the mysterious Flynn Cooper – right-hand man to the overlord of the Depths.

A battle between the two leaders is looming, and Alex must decide whether to betray her friends, or face the threat of Azure exile. But when her friends reveal devastating secrets, she’s no longer sure which side is right… or if a right side exists at all.

To Be Grand Maestro (The Maestro Chronicles Book 5)
by John Buttrick
$0.00, 384 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #345 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
The fledgling Atlantan Guild is facing retaliatory strikes from the Serpent Guild and is declared an illegitimate society by the Grand Maestro of Aakadon. Tarin Conn rises from his mountain tomb and only the shield placed on his potential keeps him from unleashing all of his might. Political tensions increase and armies are on the march as kingdoms take advantage of civil unrest and use security as a pretext for seizing territory from their neighbors. Daniel has been weakened from the castings at Shantear. He must rely on his ability to innovate and the dedication of his associates in order to fend off attacks from both the Serpents and the Eagles. The influence of Tarin Conn increases over seven of the twelve kingdoms and his guild grows stronger by the day. The only way to keep the Dark Maestro from having dominion over the world is a strong alliance between the Atlantan Guild and Aakadon, which will never happen so long as Efferin Tames is the Grand Maestro.

Liberty and the Lochness Monster
by Jeff Dowell, Katherine Kendall
$0.00, 73 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #50 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
A tyrant king. A portal to an undiscovered ocean. Sea monsters. As King Everett raises taxes yet again, The Pirates of Scotland realize they must take their country back and fight for freedom! In 14th century Scotland, it's four men vs. the entirety of the King's forces in a battle for Liberty! This is the perfect children's book for Christian conservatives/libertarians to introduce the principles/philosophy of small government. The left has a constant stream of propaganda bombarding your children-fight back with the Pirates of Scotland!

Fractal Flames Dreamy Dreams
by John Pirillo, John Pirillo
$0.00, 129 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #9 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
Over a hundred delightful fantasies, dreams of dreams, swirls and twirls of color and texture that flow endlessly in patterns that repeats, or stream off into infinity.

No two are exactly alike, just like snowflakes.

All are vibrant, living pieces of digital art!

Hadassah's Watchman: First Cry: Episode 3
by Evangheline Farcas
$0.00, 26 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #43 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
Hadassah's destiny is only fragments and pieces that are coming together, and she must choose. Raphael guides and guards her, but at the cost of his own heart as Hadassah soon will go before Prince Philip. The Dark Ones encroach as the battle between good and evil rages on, contingent upon the choices made.

Three Lamps and Other Polish Tales
by Sergiej Nowikow
$0.00, 186 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #55 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
This book comprises of 50 Polish folk fairy tales.
The book has active table of contents for readers to access each chapter of the following titles:
If you want to feel the humor of the wonderful nation and see the light of the people’s kindness, you should read these tales.
These tales are radiant with the Polish vitality, filial love for one’s parents, and the energy of kindness.
None of the fairy tales has been previously published in English translation.

Little Blue Vial (Guardian of the Arcanos Book 2)
by Emme Zava, Erinn Giblin
$0.00, 288 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #1021 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
When her soul is taken hostage, Effie loses what little magic she possessed. Now, in an effort to save herself, she and her group set out across the Arcanos for answers.

Confronted with the blood magic of Nullam Sanguine, Effie realizes that the Arcanos are no longer as safe as she once believed, and Dellathians are no longer their only threat. The stronger she grows, so does her connection to the past. As more memories flood her consciousness about a life she isn’t supposed to remember, Effie must make a choice about who to love and to what lengths she’s willing to go to save innocent Arcani.

When the Guardian of the lower realms offers her a deal, she has no idea what she’s getting herself into—all for one little blue vial.

The Fresinnius Chronicles (Hidden Treasures)
by Mark Tompkins
$0.00, 93 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #186 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Something evil has come to Bossier City to feast. It stalks an upscale apartment complex in search of its next victims. Can Detective Kevin Watts stop the wrath of Fresinnius and save his own soul from damnation?

Catalyst Moon: Breach (Catalyst Moon Saga Book 2)
by Lauren L. Garcia
$0.00, 413 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #6 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Arthurian

In an uncertain world on the brink of chaos, can love and destiny prevail?

When Kalinda parts ways with Stonewall at Whitewater City, she has no idea if she will ever see him again. But when their paths cross once more, they find themselves in the middle of impending turmoil.

Fear is consuming the land as the body-snatching thralls are multiplying and destroying everything in their path. Meanwhile, rebellion is brewing between the mages and sentinels and threatening to rock the very foundations of their co-existence.

Rage (Unbroken Book 1)
by Apollo Blake
$0.00, 82 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #67 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
Myra Evans is a daughter. A model. And a Harpy.

Now she's being hunted by an unseen force. Powerful supernatural beings are disappearing up and down the province. And if she can't find a way to fight back, she could be next...

The Butcher of Borese (The Chronicles of Angkor)
by John W. Schreiber
$0.00, 51 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #144 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
This tells the story of the Butcher of Borese. He is considered a ghost in the realm of Tricion, however, he is the first serial murderer in the realm. This short story introduces two characters from The father of Fomoria Volume 1 and establishes a new coming character in The Fight for Freedom Volume 2. Please enjoy this short story and then read The Father of Fomoria. Then read the Fight for Freedom when it is released.

The Great Storm of 1397: Scarlett and Mason Series 1 Book 5
by Trisha J. Kelly
$0.00, 130 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #5 in > Children's eBooks > Geography & Cultures > Action & Adventure
Scarlett and Mason were ready to go back to the Middle-Ages for the last time. Now they were taking their two friends with them. Charlie and Darren had never time-travelled before, they could not do it alone, for they held no powers.
Everything depended on the Chosen Two going back over 600 years to complete the final quest. This was to be their most difficult yet. They knew there would be the most powerful storm that would ever erupt, many people would perish in the sea. It was to be a challenge that was full of twists and turns. Many new people have arrived at Witchetty Waters in their absence, nothing will ever be the same again. To add to the magic that already exists, a whole new bundle of people and 'others' cause bedlam.
Can Scarlett and Mason complete the final part of this jigsaw and release the last island? It does not start well. The Tatterhill family are not where they are expected to be. What has happened to them, they are no longer at Olde Worlde Waters End.
The plot thickens and all will not run as planned. What was written in the stars and whispered in the wind is about to be changed.

Protective Instincts (Campbell Wildlife Preserve Book 9)
by D.M. Turner
$0.00, 367 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #19 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
Christian Romantic Urban Fantasy

When a life hangs in the balance, some risks are worth taking.

As the Campbell Preserve werewolf pack's lowest ranking member, Private Investigator Max Johnson always plays by the rules. Well, pack rules anyway. Until he meets FBI Agent Keesha Muller. His wolf wants her. Max knows that's impossible. She works for the government, law enforcement to boot. If she finds out what he is, she'll probably shoot him. Or worse. He just has to convince the wolf to let her go.

Keesha isn't entirely sure what to make of the PI she meets while investigating a missing person case. On the surface, he's goofy with a touch of arrogance, in an endearing sort of way. There are also hints of a kind heart. Still, she can't escape the feeling that he isn't what he seems, that a predator lurks behind those warm eyes. So, why can't she walk away?

Gabbie & The Secret Door
by L.A. Maldonado, Todd Barselow
$0.00, 246 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #36 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
Gabbie Maldonado is heartbroken when her parents move to a new house, but much to her amazement, she finds a secret doorway that leads into a magical kingdom. The world is strange and fascinating, and just as Gabbie is exploring its myriad delights, she witnesses goblins attacking the unicorns. An evil queen orders her minions, the goblins, to take the unicorn to her castle. When Gabbie is taken prisoner by the humans, she discovers that the queen is drinking the blood of unicorns to gain power and an immortal life. But the death of the unicorns is harming the balance of the magical world, and it is slowly dying. Gabbie has a choice to go back home, or fight with her friends to save their land.

Would she risk her life to fight a battle that is not hers? Would Gabbie be able to stop the queen before magic dies?

Crashed: One step forward two steps back (Generations of Secrets Book 3)
by Trisha Field
$0.00, 41 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #62 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
Kelly’s choice to keep her visits with Samantha secret causes concern with those closest to her. Everyone interprets her increasing disappearances as an impending breakdown. Eileen and Greg are surprised when they visit to find out that Kelly is doing much better.

Eileen finds out just before her first anniversary that she is pregnant. Excitement and anticipation grow as they began their perfect life together. On her way home from work on a stormy day a juvenile driver lost control of his vehicle. He hits her vehicle in just the perfect to send it rolling. Kelly is doing better but is she well enough to go out of town even for her one and only child?

BLAZING OF THE LIGHT: Will The Forces Of Darkness and Corruption Possess This Awesome Power
by B. Warren Hill
$0.00, 292 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #8 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Futuristic
This debut novel from B. Warren Hill, Blazing of the Light, is a new addition to the Christian sci-fi traditions of the likes of Christian Kallias, Rachel Starr Thomson, and C. S. Lewis .

Climb aboard this futuristic ride where the forces of darkness and light engage in an epic battle for control of Mars, and a supernatural discovery that unleashes the mightiest power of the universe.

PICTURE THIS: It’s the year 2550; arrogance, greed and murder rule in earthly and martian civilizations. Leaders of both worlds along with every entity, seen and unseen, are embroiled in the fight to possess this omnipotent force they have simply dubbed, “The Light.”

Sydney Chase, the self-centered, Prime Minister of Mars, battles Blaze Thompson, the ruthless dictator of one of the most powerful countries on Earth, for dominance of “The Light.” In the mean time Walter Spanner and others plot and scheme to win control over everything else. The stakes couldn’t be higher. Who will win? Will the discovery of this “Light” spell “BOOM” or “DOOM” for mankind?

Immerse your imagination in this exciting new science fiction novel “Blazing of the Light” and discover “that which is Almighty is not to be trifled with.”

The Unnamed Legend (The Unnamed Chronicles Book 1)
by Katie Holm, Christy Holm, James Davis
$0.00, 210 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #686 in > Children's eBooks
Once there was a land called Airmitty. In this land were two brave princesses. They didn't know it, but they were about to be separated. One met two runaway boys, and the other was forced to marry her father's knight.
Then an old battle breaks out anew.
A single dagger could be the weapon to end it all.
How will this battle end?
Who will win?
Read the book to find out.

The Song of Vengeance: Dybbuk Scrolls Trilogy: Book 2
by Alisse Lee Goldenberg
$0.00, 199 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #4 in > Literature & Fiction > World Literature > Jewish
Alisse Lee Goldenberg's Dybbuk Scrolls Trilogy is based on Yiddish and Eastern European Folk tales and mythology set in contemporary times and in the alternative world of Hadariah.

It has been nearly two years since the events in The Song of Hadariah, and Carrie has adjusted to life as a university student far from her friends. However, when the path to Hadariah is sealed, she starts to fear malevolent forces may be behind the other strange occurrences around her. Trying to contact Lindsay and Rebecca to get help in unraveling the mystery, Carrie discovers that her friends are in fact missing. With no way of knowing who to trust, Carrie must find a way back to the land she once saved to rescue her friends from the dybbuks' clutches.

Reuniting with the dybbuk princess Emilia, and finding a new friend in the mysterious farmer Mikhail, Carrie must once again do battle with Asmodeus’s forces, and help stop the chaos that threatens to overtake the land while striving to save both Lindsay and Rebecca. For the first time, Carrie is working without the two friends who have helped her through every major decision in her life. Carrie must learn to rely on herself, and find her own strengths to save those she holds dear.

Be sure to also read "The Song of Hadariah", Amazon ASIN: B06Y4D143Z

The Sword Of Fire: The Dark Lord's Tale, Book Two
by Kevin L. Borgan
$0.00, 405 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #85 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
Corban Vayd is walking on the edge of a sharp sword. After having the Dark Power thrust upon him, Corban has performed acts that have gained the attention of the powers-that-be. He has freed the Garganites, the ancient servants of the dark lords and exacted vengeance on the Baron who enslaved them. Corban also defeated the Black Witch and regained the Black Staff, a talisman of great power. But Corban has withdrawn to Castle Obsidian, desiring nothing more than the removal of the Dark Power.
Yet circumstances and powers beyond his control force Corban out of his sanctuary. The Regent Mogens plots to use Corban to further his scheme to seize the Throne of the Realm. The White Wizard Mandan has mastered the Holy Power and seeks Corban's destruction. Prince Lange, the rightful heir, sees Corban as the greatest threat in the Realm. And Corban has begun to dream of the Princess Rebekah, Lange's sister, being in mortal danger. Despite the risk of being consumed by the evil magic possessing him, Corban must act.
Together with his closest friends, Norval the gryphon and Galya the female Garganite, Corban Vayd embarks on a dangerous mission. He must expose the real threat to Realm and save Rebekah from a horrific fate without giving in to the Dark Power. To do this Corban goes after another powerful talisman: the Sword of Fire.
Corban Vayd is already on the sword's edge. One misstep and he will be damned forever.

Paradox Lost: Their Path
by K.C. Sprayberry
$0.00, 270 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #8 in > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > Fantasy
The past changed the future

… the future must salvage the past.

DJ, Matt, and Elisa are mostly normal teens. They have their friends, and their squabbles, and their dreams of the future. Yet, they are also very special teens, brought into this world to fulfill a prophecy made by an ancestor 200 years in their past. One of them dies, one receives incredible powers, and one discovers a place no one suspected she would have.

It was meant to be nothing more than a fun and adventurous spring break from the Beaufort School of Visionary Studies for triplets DJ, Matt, and Elisa. Little did they know that the prophecy made about them was about to catch up. When they are warned that Rogues have targeted them and their family, they go into hiding to protect everyone. But the Rogues have other plans. Can they make the right choices even though they know others will be hurt by their decisions? Even when one of those decisions means certain death?

The Enchanted Kingdoms (Haunting Fairytales Series Book 1)
by Becca Alexandra
$0.00, 290 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #15 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Fairy Tales
Fans of Once Upon a Time will love this series!! Haunting Fairytales Series, Book 1 ‘Whatever you do, don’t eat the apples’ Edward was cursed to be a frog after breaking Lori’s heart. Now, he wants his happy ending and doesn’t care how many lives he ruins trying to get it. Rapunzel has a secret that Edward wants to take advantage of. An old Merchant will lead him to Belle, and Stilt will spin deals and lies to try and right a disastrous incident that left him childless. Entangling your favourite fairytale characters into one epic story that all started with a man who was cursed to be a frog.

To Challenge A Maestro (The Maestro Chronicles Book 2)
by John Buttrick
$0.00, 223 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #66 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
Daniel Benhannon, a young mountaineer, recently raised to six bolt Accomplished, wants to be left alone to live out his life as he chooses. The casting of his first spell has placed him square in the middle of an ancient battle between the seven Guilds of Aakadon, led by Grand Maestro, Efferin Tames, and the Serpent Guild, led by Maestro Balen Tamm. To accomplish his goal, Daniel must break his link to the mind of the evil Tarin Conn, the Dark Maestro, imprisoned beneath Mount Kelgotha. To break the link, he must go to Aakadon, keep secret his standing as a six bolt Accomplished, a potential equaling that of the Grand Maestro, out maneuver Efferin Tames, Balen Tamm, and Tarin Conn, three of the most powerful Accomplished in history, and show them what a Ducaunan backwoodsman can really do after he sets his priorities and arranges his chores accordingly.

Magic Kingdom: Issue #3
by Zenith Publishing
$0.00, pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #7 in > Crafts, Hobbies & Home > Crafts & Hobbies > Crafts for Children

"Magic Kingdom" is a rich mix of delightful tales and entertaining activities that make this magazine ideal for preschool children and children of primary school age. Your child will be fascinated by bright and colorful illustrations.

Our magazine is specially designed for little hands and growing minds; it will inspire your kids to make their first attempts in reading, painting, drawing, writing. Also, it will encourage your child to play, imagine and explore with his friends. Interesting practical tasks, recipes to cook together with Mums, home workshops and board games give your children opportunity to enjoy time with parents, grandparents and loved ones.

Welcome to the wonderful world of good and wise tales, where everyone can find a pretty princess and naughty king, dwarves and fire-breathing dragons, all-powerful wizards and brave princes.

In this issue:

  • Fairy tale "The dragon and the soldier"

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Encyclopedia of fairy-tale characters. Santa Claus

  • Little cookery experts. Ruddy apples

  • Playdough country. Heroes from the fairy tales

   All issues of "Magic Kingdom":

Issue #1:

  • Fairy tale "Porridge pot"

  • Fairy tale "Porridge from the axe"

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Encyclopedia of fairy-tale characters. Elves

  • Playdough country. Kitchen

Issue #2:

  • Fairy tale "With the power of pike"

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Encyclopedia of fairy-tale characters. Tooth Fairy

  • Little cookery experts. Gingerbread house

  • Home workshop. Toys made of fibre felt

  • Playdough country

Issue #4:

  • Fairy tale «The Emperor and the mouse»

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Encyclopedia of fairy-tale characters. Cats

  • Little cookery experts. Emperor’s menu

  • Playdough country. Plants

Issue #5:

  • Fairy tale "The Clever Hare"

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Amazing plants

  • Little cookery experts

  • Craftwork from cardboard boxes

Issue #6:

  • Fairy tale «The Spoiled Princess»

  • Smart little tasks for little ones

  • Board game

  • Little cookery experts. Making Ice-cream

  • Playdough country. We make vegetables and fruit

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The Pledge: Christian supernatural conspiracy and suspense (The Scinegue Series Book 2)
by S.R. Booth
$0.00, 298 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #5 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Billy Roth's happy with his new high position job and new life until a beautiful demonic creature shows up at his house, changing his world forever. No longer can he coast through life with blinders on his eyes. Evil's taken a physical form and is restlessly prowling the world seeking its chance to destroy all that is good, and Billy's been chosen to help defeat it.

He's ready for a fight, especially since this demon has zeroed in on his family, but how do you fight something supernatural? Thankfully Billy's not alone. God has provided some help in the form of the Protectors and some tools from Scinegue's inventions. Even Billy's former boss, Mr. Bryant gives him some clues for defeating this new enemy, but will that be enough?

How did Billy get pulled into this company? Start reading the series for free: The Scinegue Series, The Secret.

Christian suspense/supernatural

The Scinegue Series
The Secret
The Pledge
The Forest
And Bradley and Nicole, a fun novella that peeks into the growing romance between Bradley and Nicole. Best read after The Pledge and before The Forest.
Also, Saving Will, an exciting new stand alone with an appearance from the Roths.

Sweet Romance
Claws, Christmas Kitty Matchmaker

Sweet Romance
Sci-fi Cinderella

Women's Fiction
There's Got to be More

On the Other Side of Aether (Guardian of the Arcanos Book 1)
by Emme Zava, Erinn Giblin
$0.00, 256 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #877 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
When Effie Dahl is taken as a First Wife, it changes everything. Suddenly, she’s thrust into the Dellathian world where her Arcani magic is forbidden, and she begins to trust a man she should never love. Secrets start to unfold in this new world that are more deeply connected to her than she could have ever imagined.

The spirits of Aether revealed that she is bound to two men--the Dellathian she was forced to marry and the Arcani who is convinced she will return to him to fulfill their betrothal quest. But in this world where people are not who they seem and secrets seep from the past, nothing in Effie’s future is certain.

Armed with an old tome that has been spelled shut, Effie must find the courage to fight for her people before the Fallbrook patriarch decides she’s served her purpose as First Wife to his only surviving heir.

The King of the Jungle
by Ketana Hirusava
$0.00, 28 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #2 in > Nonfiction > Children's Nonfiction > Animals
The fairy tale of a friendship between man and tiger
This story is a good healer who found and treated a baby tiger. When the tiger grew up and became stronger, the man brought him into the jungle. However, the tiger didn’t forget his old man. When the healer was in danger, the animal saved his life.
This is an amazing story of a friendship between people and animals. The story of a kind healer and his tiger will help children to understand that kindness returns.
Colorful and vivid illustrations will help the small readers to see the beauty of this good story.

Securing Aisling (The Kingdoms of Kearnley Book 1)
by Andrea Boyd
$0.00, 386 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (38 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
A queen in need of a husband and a prince who had never been truly loved—will they overcome opposition to find happiness?

Brianna Reaner, Queen of Aisling, has never been on a date, been in love, had a boyfriend, or has even had a crush on a boy before. According to the laws of her country, she must marry by her eighteenth birthday or risk losing the right to rule her kingdom. How is she supposed to find a suitable husband in less than six months? What will the consequences be if she makes the wrong choice?

With the help of her advisors, she compiles a surprisingly short list of suitable mates. Her top choices include three princes all belonging to her nemesis, King Coman Barnali of Gilvary. None of the three seem particularly promising. Dunbar, the eldest, is his father’s puppet. Next in line is Reagan, the biggest flirt in Kearnley. Then there is the elusive Garrett who seems to go into hiding whenever she is present. One by one she eliminates names from her list until she finds the man she feels destined to marry. But her choice is not pleasing to everyone.

King Coman has been plotting to take control of Aisling for years. Queen Brianna’s choice causes him to have to come up with a new plan—one that could prove deadly for the newly wedded couple.

†Securing Aisling is Christian Romance.

To Be Chosen (The Maestro Chronicles Book 3)
by John Buttrick
$0.00, 355 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #31 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Daniel learns what it means to be the Creator’s Chosen Vessel. Queen Cleona has a deadly disease for which there is no cure, Serin Gell has escaped, and spies infest the royal court. The Serpent Guild is reorganizing with two Accomplisheds vying for the coveted position of Maestro and the Ducaunan mountaineer gets caught up in the machinations of one while his friends get tangled up with the other. For a thousand years the Trumpet of Tarin Conn has been hidden away by the Ducaunan Royal family, now Duke Cantor of house Ducalin sends word that his estate is under assault by members of the Serpent Guild and the trumpet is in danger of once again falling in the hands of the enemy Aakacarns. As a newly dubbed Royal Knight of Ducaun, Daniel must go from the sasquatch infected swamps of Append to the northern kingdom of Pentrosa in pursuit of the trumpet. His friends, Sherree and Jerremy, face horror and death if Daniel makes the wrong choice, but the right choice could mean war between Ducaun and Pentrosa. To succeed, Daniel must accept that he is the Creator’s Champion, recover the Trumpet of Tarin, compose a healing Melody, all why trying to keep secret his ability to cast spells has not been hampered by the Silencing laid upon him by the Grand Maestro.

To Be A Maestro (The Maestro Chronicles Book 4)
by John Buttrick
$0.00, 297 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #65 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
Daniel’s success in the Foot Hills of Pentrosa makes his restored ability to summon Potential known to his enemies. Queen Cleona has declared a state of emergency and has ordered all legions to prepare for war, including the requirement for all nobles to summon their personal muster of troops. Harmonic waves emanating from the Dark Maestro causes wide spread panic, the entire world fears he is about to break free from his entombment beneath Mount Kelgotha, and pressure is brought on Grand Maestro Efferin Tames to stop Tarin Conn from escaping. Vance Cummin reveals Daniel’s deepest secret to the world. The Eagle Guild spends more time and resources trying to arrest Daniel than tracking down Accomplisheds of the Serpent Guild. All the while, Vance pushes his allies to use the Ducaunan military build up as justification to marshal their own troops, and then attack the peaceful kingdoms that were unprepared for war.
Daniel must enlist people into his personal muster of troops; escort Accomplisheds of Aakadon through the southern kingdom of Taracopa, through Ducaun, to Mount Shantear, to the crystal chamber, in the kingdom of Lobenia, which has been invaded by the kingdom of Fon Kay. Even so, Daniel must do all with an arrest warrant issued by the Grand Maestro hanging over his head. How do you protect people who are determined to lock you in a cell?

Serendipity's Daughter (Child of Fate Series Book 1)
by Katherine Davis
$0.00, 158 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #294 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
From the new author, Katherine Davis, read the first book of the brand new Child of Fate series, Serendipity's Daughter.

Life for Kismet Jones has never been easy. Not only is she an unwanted orphan reduced to working as a servant in the orphanage of Wicker Hill, she's suspected of being a Changeling - a fae child smuggled illegally from Fairy through the veil to Earth believed to bring bad luck and curses upon all those around them. The mercy of the orphanage Cook saved her life. A landslide left a set of strange, blue eyed twins orphaned and the young Kismet proved herself useful by taking over their care, mollifying the superstitious villagers a little while longer.

But time had run out.

The Academy was coming to Wicker Hill for a Finding for the first time in generations and the magically gifted twins were practically guaranteed acceptance. With them gone, Wicker Hill would have no reason to tolerate a Changeling's presence among them and Kis knew she'd be exiled...or worse. A Changeling at worst, and unregistered blue eyes at best, she had little hope of following her charges into the exciting, adventure filled life promised by enlistment into the world domineering Academy.

Except in this world and all the rest, Fate truly is in charge of one's destiny, and She has weaved a very special strand in her Web for Kismet.

God of War, Ares: Guardian
by Brandon Chen, Ashley Barrett, Ashley Cyr, Debbie Robbins
$0.00, 407 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #1 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Greek & Roman
In the world of Terrador, the Persian Empire dominates over the other nations on the eastern continent of Dastia. When Darien, the teenage prince of Persia, is banished from his homeland and is forced to wander the endless desert of the Lost Sands, he meets a new and unusual friend, and his grand adventure begins.

It is said that no human can cross the vast desert and survive. In the forsaken wasteland, the young boy will discover a power beyond his imagining, one that will change him forever.

From the teenage author who brought you the Age of Darkness series comes a new fantasy/action/adventure epic for young adults with a unique mythological twist.

Witch Land: A Cinderella Reimagining (The Cindy Chronicles Book 2)
by RaShelle Workman
$0.00, 54 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #7 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Teen & Young Adult

From the immensely successful world of BLOOD AND SNOW comes THE CINDY CHRONICLES.

This story will be told in six volumes.

"Witch Land" is book two.


Being able to do magic is one thing, but doing it in another land is... strange.

Summary for the whole series:

Life sucks.
Possessing magic sucks.
What doesn’t suck? Fashion, Cindy's boyfriend Gabe, and her best friend, Snow White.

Cindy (Cinderella…shhh, don’t tell) was born a witch. It’s part of who she is. But there’s more to her than that. She loves deeply. And has a big heart. She’d do anything for those she cares about, including risk her own life to save theirs.

When her fairy godmother demands she leave Salem, Massachusetts and return to the land she was born to rule, she has two options. Tell her fairy godmother no, and seal a death sentence on complete strangers. Or, leave all she’s ever known behind, including the love of her life, for an unknown land she’s fated to save.

So, yeah, life sucks.
But Cindy is determined to change that.