| The Green-Eyed Prince: A Retelling of The Frog Prince (The Classical Kingdoms Collection Novellas Book 1) |
by Brittany Fichter
$0.00, 192 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (64 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales & Folklore > Adaptations
An enchantress is murdering Queen Kartek's soldiers and threatening her kingdom. Kartek's healing jewel has been lost. Her only hope of saving her kingdom seems to lie in the hands of the green-eyed stranger who claims he can save her jewel and her people...but the price is steep, and the young queen doesn't have much time.
In this novella retelling of The Frog Prince, seventeen-year-old Queen Kartek has resigned herself to marrying the greatest warrior in the Megal Desert, but her true joy lies in sharing her healing powers with her people and meeting the everyday needs of her kingdom. When an enchantress attacks, however, her betrothed is murdered, and danger camps outside Hedjet's gates, Kartek's world is turned upside down.
To make matters worse, her healing jewel falls into an abandoned well just when she needs it the most, and her only hope of retrieving the jewel lies in marrying a green-eyed stranger and making him king.
In this retelling of The Frog Prince, Kartek must choose whether to trust that her new husband's intentions are as honorable as he promises, or to try and defeat the enchantress alone. For as much as she resents her new husband, she quickly realizes that there is more to this quiet man than meets the eye. He might just be the miracle her kingdom needs...and the balm she craves for her lonely heart.
The Green-Eyed Prince is a novella set in the world of the Classical Kingdoms Collection, a series of clean fairy tale retellings full of sacrifice, true love, and the magic of happily ever afters.
| The Wicked Ones: Children of the Lost (A supernatural thriller) |
by J.Z. Foster
$0.00, 382 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (35 reviews), #3 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Horror
A Dark, Modern take on Ancient Folklore.
It's all gone. You're safe.
It's not like they could crawl out, creeping from your mind with long, slender fingers and milky yellow eyes sunken into heads with pointed horns bursting out.
That'd just be insane.
Daniel Tanner's life is insane. A mysterious disease came to claim his son, seemingly pulling him into the grave with cold fingers named misery and hopelessness.
Now a stranger has come calling with an even stranger tale of monsters—horrible things that take children in the middle of the night and leave their own, things that crawled out of the fairy tales our barbarous ancestors used to tell, things that they tried to warn us about.
We didn't listen.
Because monsters aren't real, are they? There's no reason to fear the dark, no reason at all to believe the old tales about creatures with a taste for human meat.
That would be insane... wouldn't it?
| MORE (The MORE Trilogy Book 1) |
by T.M. Franklin
$0.00, 211 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (124 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Interactive Adventures
They’re gifted. They’re powerful. And they’re after her.
Ava Michaels isn’t sure what’s real anymore. She’s haunted by terrifying nightmares of a huge, hulking man with mismatched eyes. But then that same man shows up on her doorstep and tries to abduct her – and her mild-mannered physics tutor, Caleb Foster, appears out of nowhere to come to her defense.
And she has no idea why.
On the run for her life, Ava discovers a secret, ancient race with amazing gifts and abilities. But they see her as a threat, and now her life is on the line. She can’t hide forever, and must find a way to survive – with or without Caleb’s help.
Along the way, Ava learns she’s not really normal. In fact, she’s not simply human.
She’s a little bit MORE.
MORE is the first book in a complete, action-packed trilogy. If you like heart-stopping adventure, awesome supernatural abilities, kick-butt heroines, and a touch of romance, then you’ll stay up all night flipping the pages of T.M. Franklin’s MORE Trilogy.
Buy MORE to start the super-powered journey today!
| Demon Gates: An Urban Fantasy Novel (Helena Hawthorn Series Book 2) |
by May Freighter, Jean Wallace
$0.00, 401 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (34 reviews), #1 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > European
"Demon Gates is a dazzling sequel with dangerous vampires, a sharp wit, humor, betrayal, and romance." - Readers' Favourite Review
Uncertain whether she is human or not, Helena is forced to undergo new nightmares while her mental battle continues with a demon called 'Lazarus'. Without her guardian angel to protect her, she is left to rely on vampires who have their own reasons for everything.
The attraction between her and Lucious grows, whether it is a side effect of the soul-bond they share or of their own volition. Yet, how can they be certain?
With the help of her new friends, they must seek out a Demon Gate and enter the Demon Realm to stop Lazarus from claiming her and Lucious' souls. But, will they succeed or perish as the only weapon that can kill a demon has been lost centuries ago.
For readers who enjoyed The Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith, Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer, or A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest
| Basic Witch: Witches of Salem (Gemma Bradbury Magical Cozy Mystery Book 1) |
by Harmony Hart
$0.00, 131 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (64 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Greek & Roman
Welcome to Salem, where paranormals of all kinds live in harmony. Mostly.
My name is Gemma Bradbury, and I’ve spent most of my life trying to be what everyone else expects me to be. The problem with living my life for other people is that I never figured out who I really am.
But then I stumbled—quite literally—into a new life in Salem, and everything changed. In less than an hour, I was tangled up in the suspicious death of an elderly shop owner, realized my cat can talk, and—here's the kicker—found out I’m a witch.
I also found out I was stuck in Salem.
But when I secured a job and a place to live, and the Coven assigned me a magical tutor—the drop-dead gorgeous Professor Beauregard Bacchus— things started to look up.
All I have to do now is learn to navigate a new town full of witches, vampires and shifters, manage a magic shop, pass my first wand exam, and keep my growing affection for Professor Beau a secret.
Oh, and find the shop owner’s real killer before the town’s bumbling moose-shifter deputy tosses me in jail for murder.
Guess my life isn’t so basic anymore.
Fans of witty cozy mysteries will love this magical tale featuring a reluctant female sleuth, an opinionated feline familiar and a touch of romance set in a quaint (and gossipy) supernatural village.
Note: This book contains lighthearted humor and recipes and is free of swearing, graphic violence, and sex.
| Seventh Dimension - The Prescience: A Young Adult Fantasy (Seventh Dimension Series Book 5) |
by Lorilyn Roberts
$0.00, 271 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
Seventh Dimension – The Prescience: A Young Adult Fantasy, is the fifth book in the Seventh Dimension Series that combines contemporary, historical, and fantasy elements into a Christian “coming-of-age” story.
When bombs fall on Jerusalem, Shale and Daniel rescue an orphan and return to the first century. Amid supernational tribulation, they attempt to unravel the mysterious disappearance of Daniel’s father and the goal of the New World Order. When multiple realities collide, God reveals once again time is an illusion until the appointed times.
| Fate of the Necromancer |
by Eric Bonaventura
$0.00, 268 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #207 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Jason Gray never had much luck with the undead. At the age of eight, he unwittingly reanimated his beloved puppy. His mother called him a demon and disowned him. The second undead Jason met, a decaying bear, tried to make a meal out of him.
Jason Gray never wanted to be a necromancer, but the military has other plans. When an Imperial airship shows up on his father’s farm, Jason's life takes a turn for the worse. Conscripted by the Imperial Battlemage Corps, he is pulled into a prophecy written by a seer over one thousand years earlier. Jason soon finds himself in the middle of a desperate rebellion in need of his talents. The young necromancer is forced to decide between fleeing the terrible fate in store for him, or embracing his destiny.
Book I of the "Fate of the Necromancer series". Book II is "My Emperor, My God".
| The Last Light: Redemption: A Superhero Epic Fantasy Short |
by Alex Villavasso
$0.00, 27 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #24 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Metaphysical
Wherever there are Abnormals, there's calamity. Emil knows this all too well.
Ever since he was a child, he’s been on the run, trying his best to hide who he is—an Abnormal; an ordinary person gifted with superhuman abilities.
Abnormals are considered the scourge of the earth. Demons. Monsters. The mortal enemy of man. And for those reasons, if any Abnormals are discovered, they are to be killed or coerced to enlist in the king’s secret military task force, Legion.
Emil only wants to live a life of peace, but unfortunately, that life comes at a steep price.
Read as Emil does battle with a member of Legion in this action-packed short story that serves as prequel of The Last Light Series.
| Through the Last Door (Sacred Guardian Book 1) |
by J.A. Jaken
$0.00, 358 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #2 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
When Kaori Sansa’s father dies, he is forced to return home to claim the throne as the rightful heir of the country of Kazure. In the aftermath of his father’s death, he learns that the country he loves is riddled with corruption, and is hovering on the brink of war. Will he be able to hold the kingdom together despite the odds that are stacked against it, and somehow unlock the buried powers of Shinja, the Sacred Beast of Kazure?
| Little Red is coming home: a collection of almost fairy tales |
by Angelika Rust
$0.00, 97 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #57 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Fairy Tales
Little children shouldn't be sent into the woods all alone. Grandma isn't the only wolf out there.
A collection of nine different girls, and nine different wolves.
*This is not a book for children.*