| Bellica: a pagan fantasy novel (The Third Age Book 1) |
by Katje van Loon
$0.00, 718 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #5 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Greek & Roman
Conspiracy. Magic. Courage.
All Bellica Yarrow wants from life is to stay the course. Her military career fulfills her childhood dreams and affords her a freedom royalty never did. Yarrow doesn't need anything more than the steadfast friendship of her Major, Caelum, and her Chief Medical Officer Jules.
The Goddesses have other plans, however. They set in motion events that threaten the bellica with madness and despair. Constancy has been Yarrow's standby, but betrayals on every side push her further into chaos. She watches the puppet-Empress, her aunt, destroy the country, and dreads the day Zardria, her power-hungry twin sister, takes the Sceptre and rules openly.
Should Bellica Yarrow keep her military oath, or topple her sister's cruel regime? Can she?
The choice is nearly impossible. The longer she equivocates, the more she risks the lives of everyone she holds dear. Meanwhile, Zardria has her own idea of how events should unfold - and what Yarrow doesn't know could cost the bellica her life.
Bellica is the first intallment in epic fantasy series The Third Age. If you like books that are equal parts slow burn and fast-paced action, diverse casts of characters, and deeply mythic tales, then you'll love Katje van Loon's vision of humanity in the far-off future.
Enter the world of Athering's embattled, valiant women today!
| Beauty and the Beast – All Four Versions |
by Andrew Lang, Brothers Grimm, Jeanne De Beaumont, Gabrielle De Villeneuve
$0.00, 179 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #21 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Beauty and the Beast – All Four Versions includes the original, adult-oriented edition of the story by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve (translated from the French by James Robinson Planché), the simplified and shortened version by Jeanne-Marie Leprince De Beaumont which appeared sixteen years later - the basis for all future versions, the Brothers Grimm adaptation and a somewhat forgotten version by Victorian folklorist and anthropologist Andrew Lang. There is also an image gallery showcasing over thirty classic Beauty and the Beast illustrations by Walter Crane and others.
Beauty and the Beast – All Four Versions
Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve.
Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumont.
The Singing, Springing Lark by the Brothers Grimm.
Beauty and the Beast by Andrew Lang.
| Six Spears of the Haehînbór |
by Frank J. Perricone
$0.00, 110 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #103 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
Enslaved generations ago, the Haehînbór await the day when the foretold signs, the Six Spears, are seen, and the day has come for them to take up sword and axe, throw off their chains, and be free. But fate may choose an unwilling hero, and prophecy is rarely what it seems to be.
| Jackals |
by Kurt Bartling
$0.00, 402 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1600 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
Book 2 of the Balance Series
They’ve escaped the Bunker, their lives now their own. Experts in subterfuge and discovery unlikely, but knowing what they know, can they leave well enough alone? Rena’s disclosure changed everything. Why they were in the Bunker, how Michael can do what he can do … and most importantly, how to bring about the fall of the Elite. More secrets are yet to be revealed … What is the Nexus, and how its existence jeopardizes the SuperElite? Who are the Jackals? Most importantly, why is Michael the key to the collapse of the Elite World Order? Michael and Rena race around the globe, Saudi Arabia, Russia, France, England and the United States … acting against the Jackals; the most powerful people in the World. Doing what they’d been trained to do … infiltrate and assassinate. Michael embraces his mantle as the Harbinger of Death, taking his reputation to new levels. Rena proves to be the more dangerous than any realized, discovering ... The Theory of Jackals.
| TALES OF ENOCHIUS: A NOVELLA |
by S.J. Oliver
$0.00, 75 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #244 in > Romance > Science Fiction
I was born in a time of such difference from the world you now know, that for you to truly understand it would require you to be shown and thus see it with your own eyes.
Anything less than this would do you a disservice, however, I shall venture to do just so.
I have existed for millennia. I choose this word existed deliberately, as some might debate the word “lived” as inaccurate. I have born witness to the rise and fall of empires that have spanned the globe, seen wonders that at such times were both terrible to behold and at once miraculous to say the least. I have seen mad men gain such power in this world as god like and men of compassion and genius be ostracized and persecuted. I have seen the death of wondrous civilizations long past and the longevity of cultures that should have fallen sooner. Seen life in all its rare and fleeting beauty and observed its true horrors born by humanity. I was witness to the birth of art, the wondrous creation of music, seen men enslaved and set free. I have relished life and as is the nature of man, taken it away.
Let me tell you my tale, my millennia of wonders and adventure, of love lost, pain felt and power awakened.
Let me tell you the tales of Enochius…
| In-Between: A Fantasy Short Story |
by Beth Hammond
$0.00, 50 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #3 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
Jenny is tossed between two realities. The waking world and her dreams overlap in the most startling way. In her search for home Jenny meets strangers who seem vaguely familiar. With the help of her new found friends she finally discovers home. The problem? It’s not where she left it - nor is it what she remembered.
Jenny finds out what “I will love you beyond the end of time,” really means.
| Equal Fate (Destruction of the Immortals Book 1) |
by Jeska Layne
$0.00, 313 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #41 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
After being taken in by the fire mages and schooled in the ways of magic, Kyros learns that every major event in his life has been planned; propelling him towards an inescapable destiny. The wolves that have hunted him since birth, the loss of his mother, even the training from the fire mages he wanted so dearly, have all been part of a power struggle between the four Immortals. Can Kyros escape the conflicting fates of the gods?
| Evolve |
by Kamaya Tarpley
$0.00, 126 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #153 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Paranormal
Those who lurk beneath the surface yearn for vengeance, nearly creating a casualty of Presley Rooney. After escaping a brutal kidnapping by the skin of her teeth, Presley is determined to discover who took her and why. Unbeknownst to Presley and her twin brother Preston, they are pieces of a puzzle more intricate than they ever could have imagined.
| PADDY'S REQUEST -- Two tales about St. Patrick ridding Ireland of all snakes in a single night!!! |
by John F. Harnish
$0.00, 12 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #145 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Literature & Fiction
There are two tales of conjured folklore told within this story about how Paddy, who was not yet a saint at the time, might have worked his ways to rid Ireland of snakes early in the 5th Century. The first tale tells how he might have accomplished this heroic feat singlehanded. The second tale explains what happens after he saves the life of a leprechaun. It was common knowledge, back then, that when you save the life of a magical wee little folk, the lifesaver is entitled to one request that the leprechaun must fulfill as a debt of honor. However, Paddy’s request presents a most unique challenge—it’s totally different from any wish that’s ever been requested.
| Llamas in Pyjamas |
by a.a. gallagher
$0.00, 7 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #54 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
All about llamas who spit and cannot be invited out because their bad manners...
| Origins Of The Magdon: Vercovicium: Volume 1 (The Magdon Series) |
by Tobey Alexander
$0.00, 81 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #12 in > Children's eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction
Dare to enter the darkness and remember your sense of adventure.
Have you ever wondered what else there is beyond the stories and myths you know? You may not have heard of The Magdon but it is there, in the shadows always watching and waiting.
Hadrian's Wall, Summer 1911 Archy is given the chance to spend his summer at the excavation of a Roman Fort called Vercovicium. One fateful day Archy stumbles across a buried tomb. Braving the dark Archy sets off in exploration and discovers a long forgotten part of history. The events of that summer open a new adventure to Archy that will change him forever.
Origins Of The Magdon: Vercovicium marks the first in a series of episodic adventures following Archibald "Archy" Skevington as he struggles to find out the truth behind the hidden monster. Archy's first encounter happens when he is only sixteen but the adventure lasts for the rest of his life.
Note from the author:
The whole idea of the Magdon came about when my youngest son as a toddler asked me what a noise was in the woods as we walked home. Instead of telling him what it was I made up the idea of the Magdon and since then it has been part of our family adventures. Between this and the constant questions and my sons have grown up I have created a whole mythology and background behind the monster. It was during a conversation with one of my children's teachers that I was told how much I had captured my children's imaginations and they encouraged me to write the story down. As a result I have decided to break down the "origins" story into a series to make it accessible to younger ages but also keep the story clean and to the point setting myself a limit of 10,000-12,000 words per volume. The fact my children have totally immersed themselves into the twisted world of monsters I have created it only seems fair (on them and me) that I share it with the world. So here is truly the madness of my imagination and something I have made so real and believable for my children.
Hopefully you will enjoy the adventure.
| Monstrous (Blood of Cain Book 1) |
by J.L. Murray
$0.00, 467 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #39 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Frankie Mourning died on a Thursday. Then she came back.
Tasked with killing the killers – people with the blood of Cain running through their veins – Frankie always gets her villain. But this time it's different. This time she has to go home. Something strange is happening in Helmville, Montana. People are dying at an alarming rate, and the sheriff is ruling them all accidents and suicides. Nothing is as it seems and Frankie soon finds herself sucked into the tangled and seemingly supernatural mystery. Because the people acting strangely, the people killing everyone around her are haunting the mirrors. Now Frankie's own reflection is behaving strangely and seems hellbent on causing her harm.
In a world enmeshed in remote beauty, dark magic, and violent memories, Frankie feels lost. Luckily, a detective on the run for murder shows up. Thomas Dekker wants to help and claims he cares about Frankie. But daring to trust him could cost her everything.
| Rumpeled: a Cindermama Story (Cindermama Series) |
by Ines Johnson
$0.00, 248 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #6 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Enter a world were single mothers get a second chance at happily ever after with Book Two in the Cindermama Series!
In this new spin on an old fairytale, Guy Rumpel’s golden touch could put a wrinkle in Midori Miller’s designs.
Former model, Midori Miller, left the fashion world in disgrace and now lives quietly as a small town dressmaker and single mom. When her talented daughter catches the ear of a New York record producer, the last thing Midori wants is to return to the harsh glare of the spotlight. Caught between the producer’s charms, her daughter’s dreams, and her own new chance at success, Midori isn’t sure she can design the right path for herself or her family, especially when the producer makes a play for her heart.
After a string of flops, producer Guy Rumpel believes he’s lost his golden touch. He needs to turn his career around with a hit record, and the young songbird from his hometown just may be the key. But when his family’s gift for finding their one true love shines its light on Midori, he’ll have to convince her to make the deal of a lifetime.
Rumpeled is the second book in Ines Johnson’s bestselling Cindermama series. If you love contemporary romance with a touch of magic then this series is for you. Buy Rumpeled: a Cindermama Story and bring this modern fairytale into your world today!
| Origin (Eternal Sacrifice Saga Book 2) |
by Dylan Quinn
$0.00, 385 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #128 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Her Sacrifice saved humanity, but her secrets could destroy them all.
One sacrifice can save humanity.
So can one heartbeat. One kiss. One touch. I didn't save my Gemini's soul the night I rescued him from the dark realm. Cade Adams saved mine.
One kill can change everything.
Since I eradicated the world’s most dangerous demon, the Fallen factions are out for blood, and their target is my family: Genesis—the Origin of humanity. The only way to protect my legacy against an ancient prophecy threatening to take me out is to resume my reign as Chayah, Eternal Mother. But I can't remember her. My own secrets are buried so deep, even I can't reach them.
One secret could destroy us all.
Thousands of years loving Cade and five lifetimes leading Genesis are lost to me. While I've been off fighting to remember my own life, my family's been fighting each other. Our own demons may destroy humanity's only defense against the darkness before the Eternal war has even begun.
Sometimes the most dangerous battle is the war within ourselves.
| Marlene's Revenge (Gretel Book Two) |
by Christopher Coleman
$0.00, 302 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (63 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > Anthologies & Literature Collections > Horror
Terror. Danger. Power. The witch has returned and no one is safe.
Almost a year has passed since Anika and Gretel's horrifying night in an abandoned cannery in the Back Country, and the subsequent beginning of their quest to the Old Country for answers to the mysteries of Orphism. But rumors are reaching the far shore that the evil Witch of the North, presumed dead since that night of terror, is alive and strong. And hunting again. But this time no one is safe. Everyone Gretel loves is in danger, and she must summon a new level of power and conviction to end her family's nightmare forever.
| Excalibur Rising: Book One |
by Eileen Enwright Hodgetts
$0.00, 326 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #43 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
A newscaster. A psychic. A legend brought to life…
Marcus is losing his touch. The TV newscaster’s ratings are down and his job is on the line. So when he’s given the opportunity to leave Las Vegas and search for Excalibur, the missing artifact from one of the greatest legends ever written, he jumps at the chance. It doesn’t hurt that the mafia also gave him an offer he couldn’t refuse.
Violet’s psychic abilities serve as a gift and a curse. When the mafia’s marching orders force her onto a plane to England with Marcus, her skills are put to the test. As they probe the legend of King Arthur and Camelot, the unlikely team watches the body count start to rise.
After their search takes them to the mist-shrouded Welsh countryside, Marcus and Violet begin putting the pieces together, but a surprise awaits. A surprise that could change their lives for good. If they survive to see it…
Excalibur Rising is an edge-of-your-seat fantasy suspense novel laced with wit and history. If you like funny characters, dramatic plot twists, and the myth of King Arthur, then you’ll love the first book in Eileen Enwright Hodgetts’ Excalibur Rising series.
Buy the book to learn the real story behind history’s greatest legend!
| The Enforcers: ISRAEL (Silverlake Shifters) (Silverlake Enforcers Book 2) |
by Anastasia Wilde
$0.00, 164 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Israel Jonas, Silverlake Enforcer, is a one-woman wolf—without the woman. Ever since the other leaders of the Silverlake pack found their true mates, his wolf won’t leave him alone. All he wants is his own mate—a sweet, submissive beta female who will be happy with a simple life and romantic nights in front of the fireplace in his mountain cabin—and, of course, his heart. A job as a personal bodyguard to a spoiled country singer is the last thing he needs.
Ashley Silver is the “Silver Star”—the hottest new country sensation out of Nashville. She’s finally escaped her paranoid, secretive, dominating shifter family and is about to achieve the glittering success she’s always dreamed of—until she’s targeted by a celebrity stalker. Now the family is threatening to pull the plug on her tour, derailing her career before it has a chance to take off.
Israel starts out protecting Ashley from the stalker, but he soon discovers that her own people may be the most dangerous threat she faces. And when he realizes she’s the one he and his wolf have been waiting for, he has to prove to everyone—including Ashley—that the heart of a wolf contains the strongest magic in the world.
Smokin’ hot shifter men with hearts of gold; the strong, passionate women who love them; secrets, lies and danger; naughty, steamy love scenes—and happily ever afters.
Content warning: This book contains naughty language and steamy love scenes, and is intended for adults only.
| Keeper of the Violet Fire |
by Justin Dockins
$0.00, 230 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #70 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Fantasy & Magic > Sword & Sorcery
Upon the beautiful planet of Kaliya, the Khurran (eight foot tall sloth-like folks) live peaceful lives in the trees and mountains. Many of the Khurran of Wild Mountain still worship Jesh, the goddess of their mountain, and some remember when she walked amongst the mortals. After thousands of years another god awakens, though not one that any living being would worship. He is Rokkhu, born of darkness, blight on the face of Kaliya. Leaf, a young Khurran, is beginning to learn the truth of who he truly is, for he is a bodhisattva: a being of light, reincarnated once again to counter the forces of darkness that emerge in the world. Reluctant to disrupt his peaceful and quiet life upon the mountain, he nonetheless must face his truth and look for other bodhisattvas in the world to teach him, for he has been chosen to stop the dark god, Rokkhu, and restore safety to the mortals and gods alike. Journeying through a world in which the spirits and gods interact with the mortals, Leaf and his companions must unravel a spiral of dark deeds that began thousands of years ago, and that have only begun to come to their fruition.
| Hardt's Tale: A Mobious' Quest Novel |
by Gwendolyn Druyor
$0.00, 316 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #32 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
Praise for Hardt’s Tale:
”I just Couldn't. Put. It. Down!” —K.T.
”Reminiscent of Ursula Le Guin's Earthsea trilogy, her hero (and dragon-heroine) carve a place of their own in the vast frontier world. Take a chance on Hardt's Tale: you won't regret it.” —C.T.
”I haven't fallen so completely in love with a dragon since Falcor in the Neverending Story.” —J.R.
Can One Man Save A World?
Hardt is happy living a quiet, solitary life with his aunt. His insatiable curiosity is constantly fed by the unpredictable nature of life in his small agrarian Lander village.
But the great, fire-breathing dragons and their elven slaves are flying closer and closer to lander settlements. And rumor is they’ve developed a taste for human flesh. Hardt joins the guarde force preparing to destroy the beasts.
One dark night on solitary patrol, he finds himself facing a dragon.
And everything changes.
Hardt’s Tale is the epic story of one man’s battle to keep the sentient species of his world from destroying each other.
Pick up the book people are saying they can’t put down!
Do your readers have to read Hardt's Tale first?
No. The Mobious' Quest books can be read in any order. Each is a stand alone novel with the greater story of Mobious and dragons intricately weaving its way through all three. While Hardt's Tale was the first book to be published, I actually wrote Geoffrey's Queen first. And I'm writing Callie's Crown now!
Which book would you recommend reading first?
If you held my feet to the fire, I'd say you should read Hardt's Tale first. The plot is the more traditional. I wrote it with the Alice in Wonderland advice of “Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end: then stop.” Whereas Geoffrey's Queen is written in the fairly unusual plot structure of a mobious strip. There is no beginning and no end.
Why would you write a book with no beginning and no end?
So the lovers don't have to die of typhus or ye o happy dagger or an iceberg and poor planning. I wanted to write of a true love that doesn't end tragically. I prefer hope.
Read either Hardt's Tale or Geoffrey's Queen for free with Kindle Unlimited. Read with your friends! Enhance your enjoyment by each starting with a different book!
| Beast |
by Erin Bedford
$0.00, 34 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #1 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Romance
Never judge a wolf by his pelt.
He came to New Mexico to get away from his overbearing perfect family. It was supposed to be a place for him to be free. To be his self. But in a world still getting used to the idea of supernatural creatures, it is hard for a werewolf to find sanctuary from the prejudice eyes of the world. Until he met her.
Every weekend she takes a break from working on her Ph. D. in supernatural creatures to visit her grandmother. The supernatural had always fascinated her and she is excited to get started in the new world full of magic and shapeshifters. Only problem is, she’s never actually met one. Until him.
| Alice's Adventures in Wonderland |
by Lewis Carroll
$0.00, pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (4,284 reviews), #15 in > Literature & Fiction > Classics
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells of a girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children. It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. Its narrative course and structure, characters and imagery have been enormously influential in both popular culture and literature, especially in the fantasy genre.
| Demon I (Mike Rawlins and Demon the Dog Book 1) |
by Bernard Lee DeLeo
$0.00, 280 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (55 reviews), #10 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Fantasy & Magic > Paranormal, Occult & Supernatural
Five high school seniors were going to the 'haunted house' when their car wouldn't start. Mike Rawlins who is a sophomore and works at his dad's auto shop stopped by and got the car going for them. They convince Mike to go with them to the haunted house and he does, but not before stopping and getting holy water at the church and buying salt. Mike had been there before, he knew to be prepared.
Once in the house the girls are less than enthused. Talk about creepy. Mike makes a circle with the salt and holy water. The others think he's really nuts. Jerry and Stan are excited and Mike? Well Mike's been here before and he's less than enthused. The guys then head for the cellar. The cellar that has a huge stinking sinkhole and a metal hatch. The guys try to pull the hatch up only to have it fly up on its own.
It releases a luminescent wave that goes through the entire house and crashes into their salt circle. This thing is screeching with rage and loud enough for the teens to grab their ears in agony. They all jump into the circle. The circle that is their only protection from this thing.
Enter an emaciated mixed breed dog. The dog dives right through the apparition, jaws ripping at thin air. The dog then begins herding the apparition as though it were a sheep. Snapping and growling without fear until inexplicably the monster disappears. They all make tracks out of that house as fast as they can.
Mike takes possession of the dog. A dog he names Demon. Demon is an Australian Shepherd/Lab mix. At least that's what the vet comes up with. Demon turns out to be Mikes best friend and as we go along Mike realizes that Demon is way more than just a dog. Mike and his friends who now have a bond are on a roller-coaster of a ride.
| Wicked Lord of Thessaly (Lords of Thessaly Book 1) |
by Rachael Slate, Kelley Heckart
$0.00, 104 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #6 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Folklore
Her arrow pierced his centaur heart
When Eione, daughter of the Lapith Lord Macareus, accidentally shoots the centaur Agrius, she must choose between saving his life and finishing him off. Their races might be not be at war anymore, but for her family, the hostility never ended. Yet she can't kill the male with gentle eyes, whose touch ignites her with so much more than a desire for peace.
But captured his human one
Lord Agrius risked his life in venturing to Lapith lands, trespassing through enemy territory to retrieve the sacred water that could cure his brother's grief. The lovely huntress who shot him yet saved his life entices him to risk far more. But to claim her as his mate means he'll have to steal her hand--and hazard a war.
On the run for their lives and their hearts
When her family arranges a betrothal to another, Eione convinces Agrius to flee with her. Dark times drive a chasm between their races and they'll have to choose--blood or love--and which one is worth dying, and killing, for.
The Lords of Thessaly Series (A spin-off of the Halcyon Romance Series)
Five intertwining tales of seduction, temptation, and adventure where fierce, capable women and wild, seductive centaur shifters will risk everything to lay claim to love.
Wicked Lord of Thessaly
Her arrow pierced his centaur heart, but captured his human one.
Brutish Lord of Thessaly
She'll coax out the darkness in his soul, even if it threatens to consume her.
Masterful Lord of Thessaly
He'll unravel her darkest secrets, unless she kills him first.
Untamed Lord of Thessaly
Her sultry whisper will either drive him to madness or blissful surrender.
Lost Lady of Thessaly
She's supposed to be dead and he shouldn't exist, but together they just might find a love worth living for.
Halcyon Romance Series Reading Order:
Book 1: Moon Borne
Book 2: Earth Borne
Book 3: Water Borne
Lords of Thessaly: (series now complete!)
Book 1: Wicked Lord of Thessaly
Book 2: Brutish Lord of Thessaly
Book 3: Masterful Lord of Thessaly
Book 4: Untamed Lord of Thessaly
Book 5: Lost Lady of Thessaly
Book 1: Shadow Borne
Other books by Rachael Slate:
Chinese Zodiac Romance Series Reading Order:
Book 1: Trancing the Tiger
Book 2: Rematch (Standalone novella)
Book 3: By the Horns
Book 4: Match Me Later (Standalone novella)
Book 5: Reining Him In
Book 6: Matching Dragons (Standalone novella)
Book 7: Never Match a Dragon (Standalone novella)
Book 8: In Wolf's Clothing
| The Princess and the Soldier: A New Fairy Tale |
by H. L. Burke
$0.00, 14 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #14 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
A short story written in the style of a traditional spoken word fairy tale, from Once Upon a Time to Happily Ever After. A princess goes on a quest to rescue her true love and encounters magic, evil, and more.
Includes an excerpt from the author's novel, Dragon's Curse
| Hunt of the Fallen: Book One: Heroes of the Tri-World |
by R.A. Zaugg, M.Z. Rucker, Cas Peace
$0.00, 382 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #162 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
Ralin is an outsider among outsiders. The dominant Users, who can manipulate their souls to create unique and powerful abilities, shun him for his lack of inborn talent. And even among his fellow exiles, he must hide his past. On the very day that he finds a lasting purpose for his life, everything is turned completely upside down.
Wanted by the government, pursued by monsters and mercenaries, and plagued by strange nightmares, the young man must travel beyond everything he has ever known to discover what is so important about him to cause such powerful people want him as an ally, or want him dead. To survive, Ralin and his allies will be pushed to the limit as they battle rock monsters, traitors, the undead, and even Ralin himself.
| No Escape |
by Noel Coughlan
$0.00, 27 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #211 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
A desperate warrior carries a baby girl across a foreign desert. Although truth and honor are tattooed on his face, Tharo has abandoned both virtues in his quest to protect his charge. But it’s only a matter of time before he fails her. Another man stalks them, a hunter no prey can escape, the dreaded Souldiviner.
A seven thousand word short story.
| Aesop's Fables |
$0.00, 48 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (870 reviews), #7 in > Literature & Fiction > Classics > Short Stories
List of fables:
The Cock and the Pearl
The Wolf and the Lamb
The Dog and the Shadow
The Lion’s Share
The Wolf and the Crane
The Man and the Serpent
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
The Fox and the Crow
The Sick Lion
The Ass and the Lapdog
The Lion and the Mouse
The Swallow and the Other Birds
The Frogs Desiring a King
The Mountains in Labour
The Hares and the Frogs
The Wolf and the Kid
The Woodman and the Serpent
The Bald Man and the Fly
The Fox and the Stork
The Fox and the Mask
The Jay and the Peacock
The Frog and the Ox
The Bat, the Birds, and the Beasts
The Hart and the Hunter
The Serpent and the File
The Man and the Wood
The Dog and the Wolf
The Belly and the Members
The Hart in the Ox-Stall
The Fox and the Grapes
The Horse, Hunter, and Stag
The Peacock and Juno
The Fox and the Lion
The Lion and the Statue
The Ant and the Grasshopper
The Tree and the Reed
The Fox and the Cat
The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
The Dog in the Manger
The Man and the Wooden God
The Shepherd’s Boy
The Young Thief and His Mother
The Man and His Two Wives
The Nurse and the Wolf
The Tortoise and the Birds
The Two Crabs
The Ass in the Lion’s Skin
The Two Fellows and the Bear
The Two Pots
The Four Oxen and the Lion
The Fisher and the Little Fish
Avaricious and Envious
The Crow and the Pitcher
The Man and the Satyr
The Goose With the Golden Eggs
The Labourer and the Nightingale
The Fox, the Cock, and the Dog
The Wind and the Sun
Hercules and the Waggoner
The Man, the Boy, and the Donkey
The Miser and His Gold
The Fox and the Mosquitoes
The Fox Without a Tail
The One-Eyed Doe
Belling the Cat
The Hare and the Tortoise
The Old Man and Death
The Hare With Many Friends
The Lion in Love
The Bundle of Sticks
The Lion, the Fox, and the Beasts
The Ass’s Brains
The Eagle and the Arrow
The Milkmaid and Her Pail
The Horse and the Ass
The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner
The Buffoon and the Countryman
The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar
The Fox and the Goat
| WhipEye: WhipEye Chronicles, Book 1 |
by Geoffrey Saign
$0.00, 314 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (74 reviews), #12 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
Charlie, a thousand-year-old wise-cracking parrot, convinces animal nerd Samantha and her spunky black-belt side-kick Jake to save him and two worlds. Sam and Jake are hunted by magical Great Ones, and have twenty-four hours to decipher the supernatural staff, WhipEye, to stop a traitorous guardian and his enslaved monstrous animals.
“A fast-paced fantasy thriller series with a dash of quirky humor thrown in.”
“…a story about love, nature, wildlife, intuition, and trusting yourself…”
WINNER Reader's Favorite; International Book Awards; Outstanding Children's Fiction, Notable Indie; Bronze eLit
The debut novel from Geoffrey Saign, WhipEye, is a new addition to the great urban fantasy tradition of Rick Riordan, Brandon Mull, and Ransom Riggs.
| Not Just Voodoo |
by Rebecca Hamilton
$0.00, 508 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (37 reviews), #21 in > Romance > Paranormal > Ghosts
To celebrate the release of Something Like Voodoo by New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Hamilton, we've put together this paranormal fantasy collection of short stories that include works from some of her favorite authors!
Most of the stories in this specially curated collection are brand new, exclusive content - never before distributed anywhere else and yours for the taking!
If you're in the mood for unique magic and familiar creatures, this anthology is sure to add spark to your day!
Margo Bond Collins - Major Arcana
When a teenage fortune teller in a traveling carnival meets up with an attractive townie, she finds new magic in her tarot cards.
Erin Hayes - I Wish I Weren’t A Djinni
A djinni who is summoned by a young man has the power to grant any of his wishes; he simply has to believe her enough to ask.
Aileen Harkwood - Splintered Magic
Though Saige McMullins may feel like nothing more than a half-witch freak, when evil with a nasty appetite threatens the beach town of Lost Cliff, she knows she’s the only one who can stop it.
L.C. Hibbett - Wicked Witch
Destiny isn’t a good witch. She lies, she cheats, and she dances on the dead. But Destiny has a secret that might just change everything…
Megan J. Parker & Nathan Squiers - Journal of Abigail DiAngelo
As a hunter in training and high school student, Abigail DiAngelo would much rather live a normal life than fight monsters with her father, but when an unexpected chance for change arises, it’s up to her to take charge...
Katerina Martinez - The Witch and the Thief
When Nicole Harriman receives an urgent prophetic vision, it’s up to her to protect what is hers.
K.N. Lee - Awakened
A young witch betrays her darkest secret and risks her crown, life, and soul for the love of a human.
Nicole Zoltack - Gavin’s Gamble
Gavin thinks nothing can be worse than having a witch hunter for a father until he experiences possibly magical phenomena...
Debbie Cassidy - Deadtown
A pocket of crazy, a town hostage to magic, and a mysterious warlock boss equal a recipe for disaster.
Alicia Rades - Visions Among Frost
Crystal Frost can see ghosts and predict the future, but when her friends pull out a Ouija board at their sleepover, it’s up to her to clean up their mess.
Monica Corwin - The Dying of the Light
After she dies on the first day of her new job, Charity rallies with the help of her new reaper partner, and her eight remaining souls, to take down the criminals responsible.
Jasmine Walt - Tested by Magic
Shifter and bounty hunter Sunaya Baine would much rather chase after hardened criminals, but when a child goes missing in her magical city, she’ll stop at nothing to find her before she falls prey to the real things that go bump in the night.
Thea Atkinson - Reaper’s Redemption
A grim reaper’s next fare might be her last.
Rebecca Hamilton - Leaves Like Magic
A young witch joins forces with a shapeshifting ally in a race against the clock to save her best friend from vampires.
| Heartwood Falls: Heartwood Part I (The Elemental Wars Book 1) |
by Freya Robertson
$0.00, 117 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #105 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Metaphysical & Visionary
This is Part One of the award-winning epic fantasy Heartwood. Please note, there is a cliffhanger at the end, and you will need to purchase parts 2 and 3 to complete the story (or alternatively purchase parts 1-3 in the handy box set.)
A dying tree, a desperate quest, a love story, a last stand.
When Chonrad was a child, the Arbor turned him away. As an adult, he comes to Heartwood for the Congressus peace talks with mixed feelings, but he is prepared to put aside his resentment to keep peace in the land. And then the Darkwater Lords attack.
Now the tree is dying, its heart stolen. The real meaning of the Veriditas—the ancient power of the greening—has been lost. The tree’s roots are no longer keeping the land alive.
The four peoples of Anguis and the Militis knights of Heartwood must work together to save the Arbor. Chonrad discovers he can provide the vital link between the people and the land as the element of water begins to rise. Will he help? Or will he turn his back on the tree who rejected him?
There will be journeys to the ends of the earth, to the bottom of the ocean, and to the deepest part of the hearts of men and women. Truth, honesty, and love will triumph, but the Darkwater Lords are many and powerful, and only the strong will prevail…
| Sons of Caasi: Battle for Time |
by C. Grant
$0.00, 36 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #191 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Amo Caasi, twin brother of the prophesied Time Ruler, the "Kronos", and second son of the most powerful leader in Spatium is desperate to escape the shadow of his indomitable brother Sier and the tragedy their birth portends. Plunged into a storm of deception and political intrigue, Amo concludes that the answers he seeks must be written in the prophetic Book of Fabula and Syuzhet. Determined to unravel the Book's mysterious codes, his quest sets off a chain of events that sends his life spiraling out of control. In the wake of a shocking murder that shakes Spatium to its core, and with his best friend's life hanging in the balance, Amo Caasi must face the enemy he fears most. Will he be saved by a love stronger than death, or does being the second-born of twins foreshadow his inevitable doom? Sons Of Caasi: Battle for Time combines the thrill of fantasy and adventure in a coming of age tale of chilling suspense and epic romance that takes the reader on a breathtaking, other-worldly journey.
| Cross Of Faith (Tales of Terrara Vikos Book 1) |
by Christine McDonnell
$0.00, 14 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #192 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
As heir to the daemon clan Lord, Halden Rendra is a rebel. He argues with his father constantly and is always looking for a fight. The day his father drags him to the Realm Leader's suburban home, his destiny changes.
He meets Lucian Gallager, a young boy about his age that seems like a 'nerdy weakling'. However, as Halden soon discovers, everything is not as it seems, especially when it comes to the Realm Leader's only son.
Check out the other Tales of Terrara Vikos stories:
Trees In The Storm (#2)
Blood on a Broken Hand (#3)
Warped Destinies (#4)
The Protektor's Reality: A Trials of Terrara Vikos prequel novel - Now Available!