New free Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Kindle books for 2017-08-15:

Emissary of the Devil: Testimony of the Damned
by K.G. Reuss
$0.00, 366 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #21 in > Romance > Paranormal > Angels
Centuries ago, Brax committed unforgivable sins, killing his lover and himself, and to escape eternal damnation, he made a bargain with the Devil. Now immortal, he roams the earth, corrupting and collecting souls for Hell’s infernal legions in anticipation of the coming apocalypse. And he is very, very good at what he does.

When he is given the special assignment of corrupting Maggie Westbrook, a seemingly timid high school senior who also happens to be one of the Nephilim, children of angels with the purest of mortal souls, Brax believes his goal of commanding his own legion in Hell’s army is finally within his reach. Maggie isn’t just any Nephilim; she’s the lamb who will break the seals that will usher in Armageddon, and her corruption will tip the scales of that final battle towards Hell.

But he quickly finds that the job will be more difficult than he first anticipated. For one thing, he has competition in the form of the demon Corbin Black, whose powers of corruption rival his own. And Maggie is not unguarded, as the Nephilim and host of Heaven will do everything they can to stop him. Most disconcerting, though, is Maggie herself. From the moment Brax first sees her, he is drawn to her purity and innocence, and as he comes to know her, long-forgotten emotions begin to rise within him, emotions he hasn’t felt for centuries…

While Testimony is an epic story of good and evil battling for control of an innocent soul, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance, it’s also the more personal story of a deeply flawed man trying as hard as he can to overcome the devastating sins of his past and find true love and redemption.

This book contains mature themes, violence, drug use, drinking, and sexual situations. Reader discretion is advised.

Angel Syndrome (Break of Breath Book 1)
by Eden R. Souther
$0.00, 386 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #16 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > New Adult & College
Equilibrium brought an end to the world as it was once known. When Earth and Terra became united, fantasy became reality. Elves, Angels, Vampires, Demons and Humans are just some of the beings who populate Eartha. They coexist on the planet, and nowhere is that more evident than the town of Seneal, and its famous University. Ravin is a demon on a mission: protect his roommate Kazun at any cost. Despite only being human: Michelle lives to keep her sister Lian safe. When Ravin and Michelle’s paths cross they are pushed onto a dangerous path. Unbeknownst to anyone, a powerful force has arrived in Seneal and it lurks in the shadows. Forced to work together, Ravin and Michelle are faced with tribulations at every turn. Mysterious tattoos, disappearances, and deadly tasks plague them. Little do they know, their actions have consequences that neither of them could have foreseen.

The Measure of a Man: Or, The Uncommon Escapade of the Rat in the Subway
by Kathleen McClure
$0.00, 23 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #118 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
It all started with a dame…

Everyone knows the story—girl meets boy, boy becomes werewolf, girl questions her dating choices.

But all bites are off in this short story, where no one knows which way the were will turn.

One Day at Genetic Park: Terrorlands
by Marco Chu Kwan Ching
$0.00, 154 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #171 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Genetic Engineering
Carrie and Marco love to study the evolution of life. One day, Uncle Dino surprised them by offering them a rare opportunity to visit the first Genetic Park in the world.
It was like a dream come true!
But, the Genetic Park is no ordinary theme park.
Something unnatural is going on in the park…
Something paranormal…
Somewhere, somehow, there is an evil force in the park…
Just another urban legend, right?

Worth the Wait (Black Paw Pack Book 2)
by Christina Borum
$0.00, 144 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #462 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Being an outsider her whole life, Infinity has only had to depend on her mother. Now that she has a home, she doesn’t feel complete without love. When she puts herself out there to follow her heart she is rejected. When she finally decided to leave she finds herself in trouble. Now with her choices piling up the choice she makes could affect everything but she keeps losing focus. Will this be the end of her forever home?
Luke has been waiting and watching for years but when the chance to step up is finally available to him he freezes under the pressure. Then he realizes his mistake but will it be too late?

Agent Slumberman Walter: Serpent Arrives (Dream Department Files Book 1)
by Scott W Reynolds
$0.00, 148 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #388 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
This can happen in any neighborhood. Dreams, nightmares glimpses of another reality. The Dream Department opened the portal again. Now besides some mischievous ones there is also the Dreamlins. They torture and murder for alpha and beta waves. This is only to find the ones who can mate with their masters. This has become new of something that mythology tried to explain many years ago. Slumberman agent of the Dream Department faces these beings with help of the council from one of the friendly dimensions. Agent Walter returning from a near death with some dreamlins, gets a new recruit and help from Slumberman Enos. These files were not public a few years ago.

The Forgotten Tyrs - Book 1 - Welcome to the Grizzlydale
by Aaron Duran
$0.00, 209 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (25 reviews), #34 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends
Unfamiliar faces, new friends, and even new bullies await 11-year old Eric Del Bosque as he moves into his new neighborhood of Ashen Forest Estates, a slice of small town America. The new home and new rules are the least of his problems as Eric learns that his bedroom faces the den of a nightmarish rural legend that also happens to exist outside normal space and time. Soon, beloved pets begin to vanish all over the neighborhood and only Eric and his new friend Heather Foster can piece together the mystery of the legendary beast and the real danger of growing up in Grizzlydale.

If they can avoid being grounded for the summer, that is.

Personal Demons
by Rachel A. Collett
$0.00, 374 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (25 reviews), #106 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
Deadly with a knife and skilled in hand-to-hand combat, nineteen-year-old Sarah Mathis is far from normal, despite her efforts to be so. Trained from youth to battle the paranoid imaginations of her father, she pushes into society after a lifetime of isolation, only to learn that a supernatural adversary wants her hidden… or dead.

When her best friend dies in a horrible crash, Sarah learns that the collision was triggered by a man named Johnathan, a deceptively handsome demon that now stalks her—in life and in her dreams. No longer just imaginary shadows, the agents of the supernatural realm target Sarah, compelling her to uncover the truth her father kept concealed. Sarah must accept her destiny as mankind’s Defender and defeat her personal demon before he destroys her soul and everything she loves.

King Cage and the Worth Street Djinni: A Superhero Urban Fantasy Novella
by Mike Stop Continues
$0.00, 78 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Asian

One thing stands between the djinni warlords and their dominion of Earth—spray paint.

In the secret recesses of New York City, King Cage battles the djinn, a race of ageless elementals who seek to make our world slave to their desires. Only the King can stop them. Not with his brawn or his brain, but his art.

Night after night, the djinn press into our world where the veil is weakest. And night after night, the King paints, capturing the essence of those who would break through in his graffiti, trapping them there for good.

But when a street kid steals his cans in the middle of binding a particularly ferocious djinni, the King must race against time to take back his supplies and finish the piece. If he doesn’t, the djinni will kill thousands. Millions. Maybe everyone, everywhere.

The King had better get his cans back soon.

King Cage is a superhero urban fantasy series in the vein of The Dark Knight Returns, Daredevil, and Watchmen, fusing electrifying action sequences, realistic characters, and daring, original storytelling.

Follow the King through abandoned train stations, collapsed sewers, forgotten dungeons, and ancient ruins deep below New York City, to worlds where the djinn rule and their Ashen Lord’s dominion is absolute. Can the King stop the horde before they overrun the city, the country, and the world?

“A man,” the djinni said, its voice crackling like leaves on the fire. “A little man.”

“Not so little,” the King murmured. He shoved himself over the crossbeam behind him and down into the next of the track’s crevices, determined to keep moving. But he wasn’t fast enough.

The djinni grabbed the King by both his biceps and lifted. The King’s feet left the floor, and his arms flared hot.

The King swung his leg forward, connecting with the djinni’s stomach. But the creature only sneered and squeezed more tightly. The King’s skin squished like raw dough between the djinni’s fingers and the fabric of his shirt caught fire.

He screamed.

Was it over? Would the djinni take his arms? His hands? His art?

“No way!” the King growled, walking his feet up the djinni’s chest. “No fucking way!”

The King kicked in an effort to break the creature’s hold on his arms. The pain was boundless, bottomless, thick. The King’s skin boiled and pulled with the force of his feet against the djinni’s breastplate. It blistered and cracked and cauterized the wound again and again as the Red’s grip—and the top layer of the King’s skin—slid down the sides of his arms.

Already, his fingers felt cold and numb. Already, the end approached. The King had only one thought now. One all-consuming thought:

How the fuck am I going to take the djinni with me?

Jump head-first into the thrilling, dark, and dangerous world of King Cage!

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by Alex Jameson
$0.00, 84 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #3 in > Humor & Entertainment > Humor > Satire
Lucas Graves is a laid-back millennial, who has glided through life thus far by making a habit out of avoiding trouble at all costs. More recently, though, he’s made a habit out of dying…and then coming back to life, again and again. Perplexed, Lucas reveals his odd condition to his best friend, Harmony Jones, who suggests that he might be experiencing a karmic dilemma, a problem that he must overcome in order to be able to resume his normal life. There just so happens to be an axe murderer on the loose near their hometown of Salem, New Jersey, and the duo figures that it can’t just be coincidence. Lucas decides to take a shot in the dark and try to solve his karmic dilemma by thwarting the killer… though it might take getting murdered a time or two for him to get it right.
This darkly humorous, suspense-filled first installment in the 100 Deaths of Lucas Graves Series will tickle you with nervous laughter and thrill you with spine-tingling adventure.

Curious Little Werewolf: Little Werewolf Book 2
by Katie Salidas
$0.00, 240 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #5 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Folklore
Things would be perfect if supernatural disasters would quit creeping up and ruining Giselle's happy new life.

"Curious Little Werewolf kept me glued to the pages, desperate to find out the truth. And the action-filled conclusion was worth every page I flipped." ★★★★★ ~Kristen Lewendon

"There's loads of action going on and a lovely twist at the end gives a finale I hadn't seen coming ." ★★★★★ ~Fleetwoodboy

After finally finding the fur-ever home she's always wanted a witch blows into town promising to reveal the bloody past of Giselle's birth, and the circumstances that led the little werewolf to end up in the foster care system to begin with.

Hot on the witch's trail, another pack of wolves is on the hunt for revenge, and will accept nothing less than her death in retribution for the havoc she's wrought on them.

Caught in the crossfire, Giselle desires only the truth, and if the witch is who she claims to be, the little werewolf must protect her at any cost. If she's lying, though, Giselle risks her own kind seeing her as a traitor. Neither her new pack nor her hottie witch boyfriend Damien can offer any help. Giselle is on her own again. And if she makes the wrong decision, she'll lose the only link she has to her own past.

Little Werewolf Series
Pretty Little Werewolf
Curious Little Werewolf
Fearless Little Werewolf

God Of Mischief (Fate's Warriors Book 1)
by J.C. Diem
$0.00, 308 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #162 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Locked in a never-ending battle for supremacy, the balance between good and evil is approaching a climax that will determine the destiny of every living being. Advocate for Order, Fate has chosen three warriors to face the agent of Chaos; Loki. Torn from their worlds, Natalie, Lexi and Violet will embark on a multi- dimensional mission. Their task is far more than just to save their own version of Earth. This time, the stakes are much higher.

Seeking revenge for being banished from Asgard, Loki has found some unlikely allies to assist him. Once he has defeated Odin and his army, he will turn his attention to Earth. With seven billion slaves to command, nothing will stop him from achieving what he has always craved; ultimate power.

Fate isn’t going to make conquering Earth easy for Loki. She uses her well-honed manipulation skills to try to sway him from the dark path he’s chosen. Bianca Caldwell, a helpless mortal who knows nothing about Gods or monsters, will be drawn into the maelstrom with no hope of escape.

Note: This series contains characters from the Mortis, Shifter Squad and Hellscourge series, but it can be read as a standalone series.

Aranya (Shapeshifter Dragons Book 1)
by Marc Secchia, Joshua Smolders
$0.00, 458 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (218 reviews), #1 in > Children's eBooks > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > School

Aranya Can Transform Into A Dragon

Chained to a rock and tossed off a cliff by her boyfriend, young Aranya is executed for high treason against the Sylakian Empire. Falling into the deadly Cloudlands is not a fate she ever envisioned. But what if she did not die? What if she could spread her wings and fly?

˃˃˃ Island-Realms Suspended In The Air

Long ago, dragons ruled the world above the Cloudlands, but their human slaves cast off the chains of dragonish tyranny. Humans spread across the islands in their flying dragonships, colonizing, building and warring. Now the all-conquering Sylakians have defeated the last bastion of freedom - the Island-Kingdom of Immadia.

˃˃˃ Evil Has A New Enemy - Aranya

Dragon shape shifters, fierce princesses, evil princes, magic, hidden destinies revealed, epic battles, romance and betrayal. All this and so much more is found within the pages of this sweeping fantasy tale. Once you start reading, you won’t want to stop.

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The Gift: The Butterfly Effect, Book 1.
by Margaret McHeyzer, Book Cover by Design, Debi Orton
$0.00, 225 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (33 reviews), #49 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Crime Fiction
New York Times Bestselling Author of UGLY and MISTRUST.

I have something people want. I have something they cannot take or steal. I have something they'd kill for.
The something I have, isn't a possession, it's more.
Much, much more.
It's a gift.
It's part of me.

Secrets and Souls: Prequel to The Soul Guide - A Bertram and Mellissa Novella
by Kelly Stock
$0.00, 116 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #1063 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Set forty years before The Soul Guide, this is a story of Bertram and Mellissa…

"You think I don't know that you’re keeping secrets from me? I am not the only liar here..."

The last thing Bertram expected after his grandfather’s death was to find himself the owner of Clayhill Manor, a decrepit mansion with little going for it other than musty rooms filled with moth-eaten furniture and mice. But at least he gets to maintain the solitary life he’s used to. That is, until red-headed beauty, Mellissa, walks into his home and changes his life forever.

With one touch of her hand, Bertram finds himself part of world he never knew existed. Where he is the Caretaker, and Mellissa the Soul Guide. Where doors appear out of nowhere and he’s the only one who can see them.

Together they must face a strange new world hidden just beneath the surface. A world which contains the pure of soul and malevolent creatures that lurk in the dark.

But Mellissa holds secrets within her, secrets that hurt her heart. With a past that she’s unwilling to share with a man who is falling in love with her, can they put their feelings aside and fulfil their roles or will her secrets tear them apart?

Apart they are weak, together they are stronger, and the Mephisto are always watching.

Magic Fire: an Urban Fantasy Novel (Shifting Magic Book 1)
by Catherine Vale
$0.00, 214 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (163 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends
They aren’t going to run. They’re going to kick some serious Warlock ass.

Vicious gargoyle attacks aren’t exactly something Kaye Allister deals with every day, but it’s nothing she can’t handle. So, why is this possessive dragon shifter insisting that she needs to go on the run with him if she wants to stay alive?

Kaye’s a skilled fae with an arsenal of magic at her disposal. She doesn’t need some arrogant shifter’s protection, especially one that refuses to take no for an answer.

But what if she’s wrong?

A murderous Warlock is on the rampage, and he will not give up. Evil is about to invade Kaye’s ordinary life, determined to bind her within its torturous grasp with monsters and mayhem around every corner.

The road to survival is marked with betrayal and deceit, some by the people she loves the most.

If she wants to survive, she must put her life in the hands of a cursed shifter—that is, if either of them make it through the night.

Magic Fire is the first book in Catherine Vale's brand new urban fantasy series. Don't miss this thrilling world of strange otherworldly creatures and their battle against dark forces.

Marked By Hell (The Mary Wiles Chronicles Book 1)
by Erin Bedford, Christain Bentulan
$0.00, 324 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (68 reviews), #8 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Paranormal > Psychics
The first book in the hilarious action-packed urban fantasy series by USA Today Bestselling Author, Erin Bedford.

The road to heaven is paved with Mary Wiles's victims.

Los Angeles isn’t just a playground for those searching for a new start. It’s a darker and more dangerous place than they’ll ever know. But Mary’s not fooled.

With her hands full trying to play human while looking for a way back to heaven, Mary doesn’t have time to polish her halo let alone solve a murder case. But when she finds out demons are responsible, Mary just can’t help herself.

When Mary makes a mistake causing her best friend to be taken, she will have to make a choice: sacrifice an innocent for the chance to get her revenge or lose everything she has worked for. Mary starts to realize there is no clear path back to heaven without becoming tainted herself.

Find out what demons prowl the streets of L.A. by reading MARKED BY HELL, the latest Urban Fantasy readers are comparing to Anita Blake and the Fever Series.

Taking Chances (The Prophecies of the Mad Dragon Book 3)
by Rita Webb, TJ Webb
$0.00, 380 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (36 reviews), #33 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Paranormal > Werewolves & Shifters
Magic sinks its teeth into Kodiak Island. Can Jason and Emma save their hometown before it's too late?

Emma is home from college for the summer, and I will finally show her how I really feel, make her mine, take that kiss we shared one step further. But my plans are interrupted.

People are going missing in Kodiak, Alaska. The victims are all young ladies around our age. Friends we grew up with. People we care about. Then my new outfitter’s shop gets broken into and my employee is kidnapped.

The evidence: bloody bear prints and a black ooze that can eat the flesh from bones. Bears don’t wander into busy shopping districts, turn off security alarms, and break into stores. Now strange faeries are popping up around town. And I’m a suspect in my own break-in.

The cops can't possibly handle this paranormal crime. It's my world, my people. My responsibility.

The Vixen's Bark (Paranormal Council Book 2)
by Laura Greenwood
$0.00, 79 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (25 reviews), #14 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
All she wants is to make a difference. All he wants, is her.

The last thing Arabella wants is to accept that Bjorn is her mate. Not that she doesn't like him, quite the opposite, but because it would mean giving up her position on the Shifter Council.

Bjorn will do anything to make Ari his, even if it means finding a way around the rules. Because if there's one thing he wants, it's for her to be happy.

Book 2 in the Paranormal Council Novella Series. A shifter romace with a standalone couple.

The Attic
by Rachel Xu, Bekah Ferguson
$0.00, 479 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #332 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
When Lily Kline takes possession of a Gothic estate with Ian Hawke, her co-heir and a stranger, she soon realizes there is more than meets the eye within the many corridors of the sequestered mansion.

Ian is aloof and even hostile at times, and though he warns about rabid wolves in the forest, as though trying to frighten her away, she can't help being drawn to him.

As events grow more bizarre, she questions her safety and Ian's identity.

Why did her late Grandfather see fit to make them co-heirs? Furthermore, what lurks in the attic, that hidden room everyone takes pains for her to avoid?

by Trisha J. Kelly
$0.00, 212 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #86 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Fantasy & Magic
Discovering Witchetty Waters is an exciting children's fantasy story which will keep you gripped from the outset (regardless of whether you're a child or not!)

When Scarlett and Mason leave their humdrum Norfolk lives and move to an island off the Kentish Coast with their parents, their world is turned upside down. Their new home at Waters End on Witchetty Waters is just about as exciting, scary and as far away from 'normal' as it can get.

Strangers gift them skull rings with magical powers, spell books are dusted off, and a weird axeman/forest dweller seems intent on scaring the living daylights out of the unwitting family.

Scarlett, a 13 year old bookworm, and Mason her 9 year old brother, whose favourite hobby is to play practical jokes on everyone, are about to discover the real reason they have moved to Waters End. And it's all to do with an ancient quest which dates back to the 14th century.

Of course, they can't do it alone, and helpful or otherwise, there is a whole host of magical, weird and wonderful creatures, fairies, goblins, sprites, witches and wizards to impact on their rollercoaster adventure at every turn.

Can this young pair lift the ancient curse and right the wrong from Medieval Times? Will they follow orders or face being trapped in an alternative 14th century forever.

Caloric (The Bound Ones Book 1)
by Tricia Barr
$0.00, 183 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (30 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Historical Fiction > United States > Civil War Period (1850-1877)
Caloric--the magical substance in all things that ancient scientists believed allowed them to be burned.
This book will definitely ignite the caloric within your soul.

Bound by fear, by fire, by destiny.

Phoenyx Blake has a secret. When she wakes in a dungeon with three strangers, she is forced to face it. As days pass, they learn they are each one of the four elements bound in human form and they have been abducted by an ancient society that plans to kill them and steal their powers. And what's more, she and her cellmate, Sebastian, discover that there is a much stronger flame between them than any she could conjure. They are destined to love, destined to die, destined to repeat.

If the four of them hope to escape, they must master their powers, and Phoenyx must learn to let go of fear and let love in, before it’s too late.

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Released (The Shapeshifters' Library Book 1)
by Amber Polo
$0.00, 312 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (58 reviews), #46 in > Humor & Entertainment > Humor
When Librarian Liberty Cutter’s library goes up in flames, the town relocates the library to an abandoned academy. Liberty feels eyes watching her from the derelict structure’s gothic windows, but never imagines the truth is stranger than fiction – until she meets a talking dog.

The dog tells her a pack of book-burning werewolves cursed the building. Plus, beneath the library an ancient race of dog-shifters work to protect the world’s knowledge. Funded by internet giant Zoogle, these dog-shifting scholars enjoy their Starbarks coffeehouse as they research their way to freedom. Until the public library’s zany librarians move in…and things begin to shift.

Werewolf restauranteur Sybilla itches to become pack alpha and stoops to adding wolfsbane to her husband’s tea and using werewolf genre readers to infiltrate Liberty’s library

Chronus, the Old English Sheepdog headmaster, must persuade Liberty to believe in him and his world because Liberty holds the key to the dog-shifters’ freedom - and his heart.

The Death Collector (The Umbra Mortis Saga Book 1)
by Alex Westmore, Mallory Rock, Breeana Puttroff
$0.00, 236 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #4 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
Murphy Cooper doesn’t want to die—at least not again. Once was more than enough, especially considering she left earth before she ever got a chance to do any of the good stuff. But being a feisty, disembodied lesbian means that Murphy’s afterlife is never easy and rarely fun.

So when the Death Committee said that maybe they would give her another chance down there on the globe, she jumped at it. Which means now she’s got a job, ugh, and a fancy new name:  Umbra Mortis, Death Collector extraordinaire.

It’s up to her to guide souls to the light and to convince the dead that they’ve actually hit the bricks and to leave the living alone. Some ghosts are pathetic, miserable hags, others are angry, and some are so f’d up Murphy doesn’t even know where to begin. And it probably doesn’t help that she’s got a short-fuse when it comes to entitled d-bag ghosty-things.

Briksanna's Sacrifice: A Novel of Four Realms: Book One
by Sabrina Rawson
$0.00, 381 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #106 in > Romance > Science Fiction
Princess Briksanna has always known The Prophesy would catch up to her no matter how far she ran. Spending two thousand years hiding in the Earth Realm haunted by memories of heartache and pain in constant fear of capture by Lord Drakkoon, she finds herself unsure if she has the courage to be the person everyone needs her to be in order to stay one step ahead in a chase for her survival and of those she loves. So, when she discovers experiencing the feeling to freely love, she is pulled into a quest that will not only test the boundaries of her heart, but the life of her unborn son for the sake of saving the universe from total destruction.

Nathanial knows who he is on the Earth Realm and what kind of man he is for Princess Briksanna. But, what kind of man will she need him to be in order to fulfill The Prophesy she has spent the last two thousand years eluding? Tragedy has everyone travelling from the Earth Realm to the Second Realm of Skaldanna pushing his comfort zone knowing he has no knowledge of court expectations, but together with Briksanna and their family he believes he can succeed where all others have failed in dissolving the reign of Lord Drakkoon.

Can Briksanna and Nathanial find the undisputable faith in themselves to accomplish what needs to be done despite the sacrifices made to save their friends and family while establishing peace within the Second Realm?

Lights Fall
by Nichelle Rae
$0.00, 453 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #211 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Special Agent Bay Kennedy hunts sex offenders. She credits her unusual abilities as to why she is the best Chicago has to offer – enhanced strength and speed among other things – and she only sleeps once a week.

Her reality is challenged when she’s attacked in her apartment by a malicious creature. Saved by four strangers, Bay soon learns that she has more in common with these supernatural beings than she thinks.

Her rescuers ask Bay to help them keep an ancient evil imprisoned. But her ideals are spurned when she must enter the criminal underground of drug smuggling, weapons exchange, and prostitution.

The five of them have the power to save the world, but can an FBI Agent reconcile working in the criminal underground?

Dark Tales Volume 1: Scary, Spooky, Haunting Campfire Stories
by S. Cary, Story Ninjas, J. Coker
$0.00, 36 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #240 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Three spooky, spine-tingling, creepy short stories. This collection contains 'Hunting With Grandpa', 'Hide', and 'The Return'.
This anthology series has scary, spooky, spine-tingling, paranormal, supernatural, bizarre, demonic, horrific, terrifying, ghastly ghost stories you can tell at the campfire!

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The Redemption of Mata Hari (Ryoku: the Game of Power Book 2)
by Scott Rhine
$0.00, 362 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #148 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
Aaron literally travels through hell to get back to his wife before the twins are born. Creatures are usually exiled to the Caves of Ice for good reason, but when Aaron discovers a frozen, 1950s starlet praying, there must have been a mistake. To rescue her, he has to make a deal with a crocodile demon. Find out what made Mata Hari so alluring and who she was really spying for. Meet the tribes of the djinn as you travel the lands of Dante’s Inferno and the Arabian Nights in the supernatural sequel to Foundation for the Lost.

Fans of the Dresden Files will enjoy the action and the political maneuvering with the witches of Salem and a demon in Las Vegas.

Aaron & Keja (Orgarlan Saga Book 1)
by Linda Nelson
$0.00, 227 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #581 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
The Elven Sorcerer, Lord Ky'debaul wants to kill a silver dragon to restore his magic powers.

This dragon is not just a silver dragon, it is a time dragon. But in order for him to do this, he must send the dragon to another world where it is not against the law to kill a Time Dragon. Here on Orgarlan, killing a Time Dragon is a Death Sentence.

The Orc's Leader, General Mashanga, catches wind of Lord Ky'debaul’s plan and sends a party of three Orcs to follow Lord Ky'debaul and the dragon to this other world. Once there, the Orcs begin to track down the whereabouts of the elves and the Time Dragon.

The world the elves have chased the dragon to is Aaron Gillian's world. Here she resides with her friends, a dog named Keja, a cat named Chancy, Marshall who is the boy next door and an old man named Jurgith.

Keja and Chancy have heard talk about the woods of strange creatures being about. Little did they know they were in for their great adventure.

Lord Ky'debaul captures Aaron, Marshall and Jurgith when he learns of Aaron's ability to talk to the woodland creatures. He believes she is the human spoken of in the prophecy written of in his world and believes she will be able to help him capture the Time Dragon.

The Orcs too have learned of her ability. They decide to seek Aaron out in hopes that she will help them save the Time Dragon. They then discover she has been captured by Lord Ky'debaul and must rescue her and her friends.

Who will succeed? Will Lord Ky'debaul succeed in killing the Time Dragon or will the Orcs manage to thwart his plan?

Flashover (A Remy Pigeon Story)
by Annie Bellet
$0.00, 18 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #57 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Creole gentleman Remy Pigeon has a gift, or a curse. He can touch objects and read the past from them. He prefers to stay away from trouble, but when an attractive red-head with a serious problem and a supernatural secret wanders into his house on a hot summer day, Remy knows that trouble has just found him.

Flashover is a paranormal mystery short story.

If you enjoy reading about Remy, check out the collection Dusk and Shiver which includes two more stories.
And look for full Remy novels coming Winter 2014.

Sir Genkaku Host Club (Host Club Series Book 1)
by KuroKoneko Kamen, QuistisNoir
$0.00, 406 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1054 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Marie is an American girl who is whisked away to Tokyo, Japan at a young age to become the maid of a wealthy estate. Marie grows up to become an eccentric, clumsy, fairytale-obsessed young woman who has the misfortune of falling in love with her Goshuujin-sama (Master). She thinks Master Akito loves her back until the day she follows him to a host club and discovers he's a notorious playboy who's only been toying with her emotions.

Marie decides to leave the Usui mansion and immediately gets into trouble allowing her to cross paths with her mysterious rescuer - Genkaku, an Illusionist Host, who owns the 'Sir Genkaku Host Club'. Genkaku can become any woman's 'dream man' using his unique mage abilities. Marie is inspired by the host and decides to become the #1 host in all of Kabukicho to beat Akito at his own game.

About the Author- KuroKoneko Kamen (Black Kitten Mask) has always had an interest in Japanese culture, folktales, and modern manga and anime. It was this passion that led to the creation of the Sir Genkaku Host Club. She lives in the Caribbean with her three dogs and nine cats. In her spare time she cleans her villa and breaks things.

Paradise - a divine comedy (Jamie's Myth Book 1)
by Glenn Myers
$0.00, 278 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #83 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Satire
You think you’ve got problems.

My favourite Afghan restaurant closed down. My girlfriend left.
A bad-tempered lawyer named Keziah crashed her car into mine. And we couldn’t even die properly.

Paradise turned out to be a cage in the heavens where evil spirits market-tested new temptations, where everyone could see our memories, and where we were stuck forever.

A snake with a personality disorder offered us a way out. The trouble was, it meant facing up to the worst problem of all:


Paradise — a divine comedy is a disorderly romp through death, life, Afghan food and redemption.

'Paradise - A divine comedy' shows what happens when what's hidden inside us, comes out.

Literature & Fiction => Humour & Satire => British

Literature & Fiction => Humour & Satire => Dark comedy

Literature & Fiction => Humour & Satire => Literary Humour

Literature & Fiction => Humour & Satire

'‘Hitchhikers Guide meets Screwtape meets Pilgrims Progress meets the Discworld!’ (Phil Grasham)

'...absolutely loved it. A hysterical surrealist take on what is out there after life on earth, or next to life on earth, or simultaneous with life on earth, or whatever. A story of Gods in kilts, crystal clear memories, and walls made of our pixelated fears. Delightful. (Jeannette M,

Sometimes you want to hit the main character on the back of the head and tell him to stop being a wuss, but how would you react if you had to build a paradise controlled by some used-car-salesman-style gods? If you like quirky and surreal stories about the afterlife, then I would highly recommend Paradise. (Katie Webb,

What a great book! Loved the characters, the creativity, the dialogue, the imaginative idea of evil spirits keeping humans as pets …. a delightfully comic but definitely insightful look into the human psyche and soul. It’s a mark of a good book (for me, at least) when I look forward to picking it up again to read and am slow to put it down. I loved every aspect of it. (Susan Sutton, author)

An interview with Glenn Myers
Q. So what is this book like and what books do you like the most?
A. Off-beat, quirky. British humour I guess. About the afterlife or at least about near-death experiences and the soul.

Q. Why this subject?
A. We spend loads of time grooming our appearance, because that's what people see. But what are we like on the inside? If your soul was like a landscape, what would it look like? How would it change? What would be attacking it or wearing it down? I thought it would be a lot of fun to picture that.

Q. And you get to ask big questions?
A. I think the best comedy does. Life, death, love, redemption: all those, but handled lightly. I see comic fiction like a ridge walk on a mountain range -- scary drops each side, but a carefree stroll on the top.

Q. With two warring characters at the heart?
A. Three actually. The main protagonist Jamie is at war with Keziah the girl who crashed into him and so sent them both to the afterlife. If he's smug, laid-back and bone idle, she's spiky, focussed and driven. They just don't get on. There's no possible world, living or dead, where they could ever get on. Yet they have to work together. And hovering in the background is Jamie's ex-girlfriend Caroline, who he's completely failed to love and she's left him. So they're all struggling. They're all lost souls. And of course the stress of being dead, of your soul exposed, and of being experimented on by evil spirits, all that tends to crank up the conflict. So there's missed love and disappointment and secret goodness and slow discovery. Such wonderful fun to write!

Q. There’s a lot of food mentioned in the books: Afghan (murtabak), Indian (for example, roti prata), Singaporean Chinese (Hainanese Chicken Rice) and Malay (Mee Goreng, Laksa, Nasi Lemak). Have you eaten all these foods?
A. Yes. It’s import