New free Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Kindle books for 2016-12-10:

Huntress Found (The Timekeeper's War Book 1)
by A.A. Chamberlynn
$0.00, 258 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #13 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Mythology
From the author of the bestselling Zyan Star fantasy series comes a new world of magic...

Evryn’s got mad skills at playing hide and seek. She can find lost children, hack the most secure databases, pretty much anything. Except for the one thing she desires most: the knowledge of who her parents are, why they abandoned her, and what her special talent means about who and what she really is.

So, when a guy named Seeker appears quite literally out of nowhere, claiming to know about her past and offering her a job, Evryn can’t say yes fast enough. Even if it does mean following him to another realm. As in, mind-blowingly, not Earth. Apparently she’s part of an elite clan of Hunters descending from Artemis who can find just about anything in all of time and space. As the last of Artemis’ direct lineage, Evryn is her clan’s best shot at finding a lost city before rival clans do.

Not just any city, but the flying, realm-hopping city of Skye. Aboard Skye is the Artifex, a magical device with the power to create or destroy worlds. Everyone wants the device, and with Evryn’s super-powered lineage, it means everyone wants her, too. It’s hard to decide who she can trust, even within her own clan. After she discovers a strange, alluring connection to the Artifex, she’s not even sure she can trust herself. Worse yet, the only person who may be able to help her is the Timekeeper, the sadistic ancient being who created the Artifex. An interdimensional war is brewing, and Evryn is right at the epicenter of it all.

Let the hunt begin.

Just a Smidgen of Magic: Enchantment at the Edge of Mundane (Mundane Magic Book 1)
by Charlotte Henley Babb, Carli Jean Miller
$0.00, 34 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #40 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
Five short-short stories from the edge of the realm of magic--enchanted moments, realizations, answering the call and returning.

Artifacts: Pay attention to the Mothers when they give you a warning.

The Croning: In every woman's life, if she lives long enough, her time will come to take on the role.

Not Even One Wish: No only should you be careful what you wish for, but who you wish to.

Taffy's Tale: It's a high price to pay if you are fed by the Fae.

Zen of Cool: A full moon, a fiddle, a dark night in the hills of Appalachia

Shadow Dragon (Soulstar Dragons Book 2)
by Frances Pauli
$0.00, 240 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #25 in > Religion & Spirituality > Hinduism > Chakras
Do you have a dragon problem?

It's not easy living with a dragon in your belly, but I think I've finally figured it out. We're going to be just fine, so long as the rest of the world doesn't find out. Which of course, is going to happen any second.

It's not like I want life to be easy, but maybe, we could leave out getting stalked across Eastern Washington by reporters, followed by cops, and impersonated by strangers on the internet. Maybe, my gang could stop fighting among themselves, I could stop gathering runaways like a mother hen, and the stoner kid with a megalomania complex and a dragon that dwarfs my own will just leave us alone and go away.

Keep dreaming.

I've never been an optimist, but maybe, if the world would stop conspiring against me, I could keep it from finding out about dragons.

And get Doc back?

My personal, invisible, Blue smartass isn't helping. Unfortunately, he's right. Doc left us. Now everyone's looking at me to fix things, our gang's coming apart at the seams, and I think I'm being haunted by a silver death worm.

You made that up.

Never mind. Some days, it's best to let the dragon win.

The Future Art Factory
by Paul Nagle
$0.00, 613 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #646 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Arrogant computer programmer Jim Cavanah went a bit crazy after the break-up of his marriage. To try and turn himself around, he began work on a unique self-improvement programme - rebuilding his entire personality. Oddly enough, once he'd stripped down and rewritten the code he discovered running in his head, Jim was surprised when weird things began to happen, particularly when some of the weird things involved complete strangers trying to kill him.

The Future Art Factory is a fast-paced, complex and messy novel that ultimately reveals the true purpose of all creation, the secrets identity of the creator and the dangers of eating too much space cake. It takes place in a universe similar to our own, although the End Of All Things didn't, apparently, occur in Preston, Lancashire in 2003 but a short time afterwards.

Paul Nagle

Fur Ever Yours (Black Paw Pack Book 1)
by Melanie James
$0.00, 260 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #14 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
The legends and sagas of the Norse tell tales of mystic warriors, the Berserkers. Heroes with hearts so fierce, loyal and courageous the Gods endowed them with a supernatural gift—the spirit of the wolf. As the time of the Gods faded into the shadows of yesterday, the wolf warriors held fast to their old ways, becoming outlaws in their ancestral lands.
In a new age, in a new land, the packs rebuilt their lives faithful to their sacred ways. In the pack of Black Paw, one man stands above all others, Rafe Erickson. His unquestioned authority and skill have fulfilled all but one part of his destiny, to find his mate. What happens when he learns that his destined mate is bound to the twisted leader of a rival pack?
In the saga of Black Paw, there can be only one choice:
To follow your destiny at any cost.

Sepia Blue-Sisters: Sepia Blue Book 2
by Orlando A. Sanchez
$0.00, 183 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Metaphysical

Sepia Blue is a skilled hunter with a deadly secret. Exiled by the Order—the ruling council of Hunters, she joins the Sisters, a group of assassins who live in the shadows of the Order.

The Sisters accuse her of being half-nightmare, carrying Unholy blood.
Her punishment--they strip her of Perdition, a cursed sword,
only those of her lineage can wield. She must get it back.
The consequences . . .without it each day could be her last.

The Unholy, who the Order imprisoned in Central Park, are threatening to escape
and annihilate humanity. Sepia and the Sisters are tasked with finding
and destroying the Rift, the Unholy's source of power.
Without Perdition, she cannot accomplish her task. Can she recover Perdition
and stop the Unholy before it’s too late?

Tremble: The Enchanted Journey Book One
by Rosa Lee Jude
$0.00, 262 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #9 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
There’s magic in the air.

Tremble Dawson thinks her biggest worry is completing her college internship at a mega successful advertising agency. That is, until she discovers her seemingly normal upbringing has all been an illusion. Her life is turned upside down when a handsome stranger pays a visit and offers to be a special kind of bodyguard to protect her from an evil force bent on making her fulfill a twisted prophecy.

Perhaps, she should have paid more attention to her unusual bosses or the sparks that uncontrollably fly out of her fingertips. Despite the clues along the way, Tremble is not prepared to learn that her existence is full of secrets—secrets from another world. As she discovers her true identity and the mystery that surrounds her heritage, Tremble realizes there’s a bounty on her future and she is the one who must pay the price.

Join Tremble on a bewitching adventure as she begins her journey to another world full of enchanting surprises.

TREMBLE is Book One in The Enchanted Journey trilogy. Book Two, JASMINE, and Book Three, NEVERWRONG, are also available.

Ember (Ember Series Book 1)
by E. E. Martin
$0.00, 210 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #118 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Riley Parker never thinks she is more than the girl no one wants. After her mother's death, Riley spends a year being tossed from one foster home to another. Each new family soon grows to fear her. When she lands in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, she finds more than a strange family to take her in. She receives odd gifts a week before her birthday. One of these gifts begins to explain what makes her strange. What makes her dangerous.

She learns she is part of a magical world she never could have imagined. The magic kingdom has been blocked off and frozen in time, but Riley is the key to returning and restoring it. Riley must learn to tame the wild magic brewing within her. She must figure out how to open up a path to the magic kingdom before the defenseless are slaughtered. There are magics in our world, two opposing sides that want Riley to join them and help them return. Riley must choose who to believe. But when everyone has a dark side, who do you trust?

The Devil Is a Gentleman (The Niki Slobodian Series Book 2)
by J.L. Murray
$0.00, 191 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (48 reviews), #45 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
Where Niki goes, Death is never far behind.

Everyone Niki Slobodian knows hates Congressman Frank Bradley. He is the father of New Government, after all. He started the Registry, and the world adopted it. Bradley is the man who separated Abnormals and Normals, and made it a crime for Abbies to exist.

So when Bradley shows up at Niki's door bearing a terrible secret, then promptly disappears, she feels compelled to dig deeper. But the more Niki uncovers, the more danger she is in. A mysterious organization is out for her blood - literally - and her father's criminal past may not be as self-serving as she thought. There is also the matter of Niki's inscrutable employer Sam and the secret of his identity. With help from her partner Bobby Gage, Niki finds out just how little she knew about her family, and the truth of who she really is.

The Niki Slobodian Series:
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
The Devil Is a Gentleman
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
The Devil Was an Angel
The Devil's Backbone (Releasing 2014)

City of Dreams
by Natasja Hellenthal
$0.00, 158 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (46 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Superhero
FREE only this weekend!
Aigle Comyenti hears the last notes of an alluring tune and makes a sudden decision. He MUST have it. However, the musician -- on her way to an art festival to perform -- not only teaches Aigle the melody, but also steals his trusty pendant: the coppery piece given to him by his real father. The jewellery, worthless to the young woman, Mallory, is immensely valuable to Aigle and his vanishing kind; the empathetic mindmerging comyentis.

He has to follow Mallory, but where she is going, Aigle is reluctant to set foot; it is a city crammed with the comyentis' number one enemy: humans.
What Aigle finds next within the walls of the city of Traumermoure is beyond what he could ever have dreamed up. Bizarre things are happening.
Who is putting the city's visitors to sleep and to what end?
Should Aigle, who has powers beyond men's understanding, and is at high risk for discovery, care? Will he risk everything that is at stake for one human he hardly knows?

For to wake Mallory up from her deep sleep, he must enter her dreams . . .

'City of Dreams' is a YA stand-alone fantasy novella (a spin-off from THE COMYENTI SERIES) that captures the enchantment of the world of art and dreams, and the power of friendship and hope.

"As usual, I loved it how Hellenthal weaved deeper meaning into the story. What is at first glance a well written fantasy adventure with likable characters is at second glance filled with life lessons, criticism and inspiration."
--Devika Fernando

"The insight, humor, drama, and extremely interesting characters in this book combined to make it a very enjoyable read."
--Terry W. Sprouse

"Ms. Hellenthal's story reminds us that perhaps what we dream of, is not always the answer to heart's true desire . . .Captivating!"
--Nancy Ellen

Excerpt: "Have you ever wondered where stories come from? Where are paintings, sculptures and poetry, prose born? In the artist's subconscious mind? Dreams? How come some writers and painters roughly have the same idea and come up with similar creations, even though they've never read or seen anything by the other or communicated it in any way? Is there such a thing as a 'Well of Art' that all artists drink from to be inspired? And if so, how is this accomplished? Whilst asleep? Dreaming? Where is art born?"

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Shattered Soul (AIR Book 1)
by Amanda Booloodian
$0.00, pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (10 reviews)
Instead of using my powers as a Reader to work the psychic network hotlines, I work as a field agent for the clandestine agency, AIR. My elven partner Logan is showing me the ropes. Relocating a troll and interviewing a werewolf should be a normal day. When shots are fired and a fairy turns up dead, our day turns into a nightmare.

My job keeping mythological creatures, the Lost, hidden from the world takes a U-turn into an investigation. Using my powers, I have a shot at tracking the killer, but someone else has the same idea. An agency sanctioned assassin mistakes me for a demon and almost succeeds in taking me off the case and out of life. These are my tax dollars at work.

With my powers raging out of control and a target on my back, will I be able to protect the Lost?

Death, Divinity, and the Smiling Man
by Hanna Hourani
$0.00, 88 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #285 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Teen & Young Adult
A dead man armed with a doomsday billboard must must find a way to survive a vengeful demon which is consuming the souls of the dead.

Joined by a fallen God and Death herself, a man who has lost everything gets an opportunity to save his soul and the souls of every other living creature on Earth.

Death, Divinity and the Smiling Man is a novella that will take you on a journey to the world beyond and not necessarily bring you back.

The Devil and Preston Black (Murder Ballads and Whiskey Book 1)
by Jason Jack Miller
$0.00, 415 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (62 reviews), #84 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Metaphysical & Visionary
Preston Black has a nasty habit of falling in love with the wrong type of woman. But girls who don't play nice are the least of his problems. This handsome bar band guitarist isn't washed-up, but he's about to be. He's broke, he's tired of playing covers and he's obsessed with the Curse of 27.

He's about to add 'deal with the devil' to his list.

Lucky for Preston, he has help. Like the angelic beauty who picks him up when he's down. And the university professor who helps him sort through old Appalachian hexes and curses to find the song that may be his only shot at redemption. And when things get real bad, he has the ghost of John Lennon to remind him that "nothing is real."Let Raw Dog Screaming Press author Jason Jack Miller take you to a place where love is forever even when death isn't, where magic doesn't have to be seen to be believed, where a song might be the only thing that saves your soul.

The MURDER BALLADS AND WHISKEY Series is a unique, literary, blend of dark fiction, paranormal urban fantasy and horror. It's Appalachian Gothic, Alt.Magical.Realism, Hillbilly
Horror. It's AMERICAN GODS meets JUSTIFIED. TRUE BLOOD with witches. It's Johnny Cash with a fistful of copperheads singing the devil right back to hell. THE DEVIL AND PRESTON BLACK is your ticket into a world where love can save your soul, where a song can change your destiny, and where evil still hides in the dark corners of the night.


"With this new book, Jason Jack Miller has single-handedly cornered the market on Appalachian Noir fiction, and deservedly so. The Devil and Preston Black is a page-turner laced with an audiophile's longing for the days when music was genuine, and the storytelling reminded me of a strange array of similar stories -- High Fidelity, Crossroads, Justified... -- yet it stood out from the pack as fresh, thanks to Miller's authentic Appalachian voice. Any lover of guitar music or the history of the blues will instantly see themselves reflected in the story, filtered through a noir fuzz pedal, amped up with the electricity of dark fantasy. Miller's flair for words is evident even in the title alone: I can't think of a more appropriate name than "Preston Black"! With just the right touch of magical realism, this hip take on the 'deal with the devil' story conjures up a tale that's vastly enthralling and compulsively readable. Highly recommended." Five time Bram Stoker Award winner Michael A. Arnzen

"Miller infuses his tale of longing and self-discovery with so many subtle and overt (in a good way) nods to music and its creators that his passion for music is quite evident. Even if you don't know all of the references, you know the type of music gods he's referring to. He also has created such a believable character in Preston Black that you care about the many ups and downs Miller puts him through. The finale, which I won't give away here, literally sent goosebumps down my arms. I can't remember the last time that happened while reading a book. All in all, a great read from an author with a mature voice. I look forward to reading more by Jason Jack Miller." Glen Krisch's novels include The Nightmare Within, Where Darkness Dwells, and Nothing Lasting.

Ocean of Dust
by Graeme Ing
$0.00, 282 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (42 reviews), #7 in > Literature & Fiction > Contemporary Fiction > Fantasy
Can Lissa unravel the secret of the dust before it's too late?

Fourteen-year old Lissa is snatched from her home and finds herself a slave on a trading ship traveling on a waterless ocean of nothing but gray dust. A feisty, curious and intelligent girl, her desire to explore the ship earns her the hatred of the cruel first officer, Farq.

Fascinated by the ocean of dust, Lissa becomes embroiled in its mysteries, sensing things that the crew cannot, while cryptic whispers in her head are leading her toward a destiny linked to the dust itself. Only one man aboard can help her make sense of her new talent, but can she trust him? All is not as it seems, and she must unravel the clues before it’s too late.

When a sinister plot casts her adrift on the barren ocean, her best friend is left in the hands of the treacherous crew. Everything hinges upon her courage, quick wits, and her ability to master her new talent.

"That was wild! The author's imagination is amazing." - The Book Hookup

"...excellent world building and characterization." - Christine Rains, Author of "13th Floor" series

The Beginning (Jessica Christ Book 1)
by H. Claire Taylor
$0.00, 195 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > Dark Comedy
What readers are saying about The Beginning:
"I loved every moment of reading this book ..."
"This satire is so smart! So funny! H. Claire Taylor made me laugh out loud at our struggles and confusion—better known as the human condition."
"This book had me cracking up, laughing, and even crying from laughter throughout the entire story. The writing is TOP NOTCH..."
"This is H. Claire Taylor at the top of her game--wickedly funny, insightful without being the slightest bit preachy, but mostly the funny part."

Having a daughter changes things. Even for God.

Jessica McCloud is God’s only begotten daughter, and she’s not super thrilled about that. Sure, she can smite and she knows juicy gossip about folks in her tiny West Texas town, but that’s about where the perks stop. Because add an overbearing Father and a handsome shyster with a knack for founding churches to the already tricky mix of girlhood and puberty, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for ultimate humiliation.

After a close call with a demon, Jessica decides that developing her ability to tell good from evil could be an especially useful survival skill for a messiah. But hopefully that can wait until, oh, high school? In the meantime, she must contend with twin bullies, abstinence-based sex education, and intense menstrual cramping (followed by lightning storms), meaning Jessica has a few things to clear off her plate before she can worry about any nonsense with the Devil.

Feel like the world's gone crazy? You're not alone. The Beginning is the first book in an epic satire series with unforgettable characters and the fresh take on politics, organized religion, and sexism that you've been waiting for.

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Angel Codes (YA Urban Angel Romantic Thriller, AngelFire Chronicles book 3)
by Ami Blackwelder
$0.00, 280 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #108 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Night Owl Reviews "Deep and Dangerous"

"Totally rocked! Full of twists and turns!" -Beverly

Lynn from Bitten By Books, "I love Ami’s books because her writing ability is unique, as she captures a scene, her descriptions are so spot-on that you really fall into the book as if you are there. It makes you want to get the next book as soon as possible, she is that talented."

"No one really wants a great series/trilogy to end. That is exactly what happened to me with this series. Without spoilers, I will say that I did enjoy the ending, and I look forward to her next book. If you love Paranormal, then this trilogy is a must for you, with its unique take on Good vs. Evil."

After Kian has been kidnapped by his demon sister Dumah, he falls into a spiral of good vs evil and must overcome all of Dumah’s cruel games or face loosing himself to the darkness.

Ali must learn to be strong without Kian at her side to save him, to save her friends and family, and to save Manhattan. While Lucianda mends her broken heart after the death of Jacob, Molly and Jen must also come to terms with this Otherworld that exists under their noses.

Will Ali save Kian? Will their love survive? Find out in this final book, the conclusion to the AngelFire Chronicles series.

Other books in the series:
She Speaks to Angels
Dumah's Demons
Falling Angels
Angel Codes

The Psychic Chronicles: Book 1 - Illusions
by Marcus Mars
$0.00, 277 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #768 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
Lucas has lived his entire life trying to suppress his—secret. After a terrible incident, and a visit from a mysterious woman, he’s forced to leave the life he knows behind and register into the largest Asylum for the mentally unstable, Vander State. Little does he know, however, that an entirely unexpected world awaits him there; one filled with remarkable mentors, questionable allies, and an entirely unimaginable set of demons who threaten to destroy the very balance between psychics and humanity. Will Lucas’s secret become his greatest power, or will it turn him into the monster he fears himself to be? Only time will tell...

In The Psychic Chronicles we learn about the psychic world through the eyes of several unique characters. Taking place in the early 20th century we find ourselves in the midst of an emerging psychic revolution, being led by a fearsome character from the past. Embark on the journey with Lucas, Claire, Woodrow and the others as they attempt to keep the peace, all while trying to find their place in a world that condemns them.

The Rocket Club
by Mary Swift
$0.00, 26 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #331 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Russian born teenager Mika Vernikov has enough trouble fitting in at his American high school during the Cold War without the added burden of being able to see dead people. When Russia launches the satellite Sputnik in 1957 the space race is on. Mika’s high school organizes a rocket club; the aspiring aerospace engineer is soon informed that he is not welcome to join. When he builds a rocket in secret and shows up at the launching it causes a stir. But Mika has unseen allies, dead souls that obey his every command. Mika realizes for the first time in his life the awesome power within him. What begins as a simple high school event becomes an unleashing of unearthly forces and a turning point in Mika’s young life. A companion short story to the novel Watching Time.

I See Me (Oracle Book 1)
by Meghan Ciana Doidge
$0.00, 290 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (64 reviews), #33 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
The day I turned nineteen, I expected to gain what little freedom I could within the restrictions of my bank account and the hallucinations that had haunted me for the last six years. I expected to drive away from a life that had been dictated by the tragedy of others and shaped by the care of strangers. I expected to be alone. Actually, I relished the idea of being alone. Instead, I found fear I thought I’d overcome. Uncertainty I thought I’d painstakingly planned away. And terror that was more real than anything I’d ever hallucinated before. I’d seen terrible, fantastical, and utterly impossible things … but not love. Not until I saw him.
This paranormal romance/urban fantasy is the first book in the Oracle Series by author Meghan Ciana Doidge. Author's note: The ideal reading order of I See Me (Oracle 1) is between Dowser 3 and 4, but it's not actually necessary to read the Dowser Series before reading the Oracle Series.


Valan Playboys
by Scarlett Dawn
$0.00, 133 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (61 reviews), #13 in > Literature & Fiction > Short Stories > Single Authors
*This is a 28,000 word count standalone novella*

Eighteen-year-old orphan, Lana Claire, drinks too much and parties too hard. She drowns her worries in the pleasures of life. When a crazy encounter at a new bar ends with bodies littering the ground, Lana wonders if she may have discovered a path that leads to answers she desperately needs.

Never one to walk blind, she treads carefully. What she finds is more than she ever hoped for. Lana knew she wasn't human, but an entire community of others like herself blows her mind. And the men! Heat and passion burn bright when Valan men are on the hunt for their mate, but Lana never expected to be the spark for two of their hottest playboys. More than ready to sizzle with the alphas of Valan, Lana does what she always does. She dives right in.

*Warning: This book is a threesome. Move along if you like vanilla*
*Originally published in TAMING THE ALPHA*

Before The Devil Knows You're Dead (The Niki Slobodian Series Book 3)
by J.L. Murray
$0.00, 224 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (42 reviews), #54 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
The worlds are out of balance. The Creator is missing. And the war between Heaven and Hell has begun.

Niki Slobodian came back, but there were side effects. She is filled with a strange power no one seems to be able to explain. Not even Sam. She is also plagued with strange visions whenever she touches anyone. This does nothing but complicate the fact that she may be the reason for the war raging in the streets of her own city. A war that could mean the end of humanity.

Niki has always done whatever she had to for the people she loves, but this time is different. With carnage escalating and the people she cares for in danger, Niki and Sam must work together to save what is left of the world they both love. And with a psychotic archangel trying to assume the post of the Creator, with one slim chance to right the balance, the odds are against them.

Nothing is ever easy for a Slobodian. Not even stopping a war that could unmake the world.

The Niki Slobodian Series:
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
The Devil Is a Gentleman
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
The Devil Was an Angel
The Devil's Backbone (2014)

Finding Gina: Can a sprinkling of stardust overcome a past full of demons?
by Lizzie Chantree, Kim Kimber, Trisha Todd
$0.00, 219 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #257 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
Sparkling new Edition. A contemporary romance read with a magical twist! By Lizzie Chantree.

Can a sprinkling of stardust overcome a past full of demons?

Gina had traversed the breadth of the country in her little campervan to try and find everyone on her grandmother’s list, before her father drunk himself into an early grave. She leant down and pulled the battered and worn journal from her bag and opened it to the latest page. The neatly written names were etched onto her heart and she was determined to visit every single one and compensate them in some way. Her family’s debt had to be repaid.

Lewis read another provincial story about a ‘guardian angel’ who had been helping families across the country and his reporters nose began to itch. He was sure that if he could track down the girl they were talking about, he would unearth an even bigger story. He just had to work out how to locate her and then find out what it was that she was running from!

Called (Southern Watch Book 1)
by Robert J. Crane
$0.00, 173 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (213 reviews), #75 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Archibald "Arch" Stan was a local cop in Midian, Tennessee that was good at his job, good at being a husband, and exceptionally good at hiding his disappointment at not being able to figure out what was missing in his life that made it all seem so empty.

Lafayette Hendricks looked like a drifter, a broken-down hitchhiker blown through Midian on the prevailing winds. When Arch catches him in a fight on the town square, though, things start to get weird, fast, because the guy he's fighting doesn't die when he gets shot. And Hendricks is carrying a sword.

Pretty soon, Arch's whole life is turned upside down by Hendricks's revelation that there's a secret world operating under the one he's been living in his whole life - one filled with demons, chaos, and unspeakable evils, one of which is already in town, stirring trouble. And if the two men don't band together to keep watch on the darkness falling on Midian, then this small town might just get swallowed up by the forces of evil - with the rest of the world to follow shortly behind.

WARNING: Contains violence, coarse language and sexual situations.

Hunted: A New Adult Shapeshifter Anthology
by W.J. May, Natasha Brown, Chrissy Peebles, Trina M Lee, Kristen Middleton, Kaitlyn Davis, Ally Thomas, M.R. Polish, Claire Farrell
$0.00, pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (117 reviews), #6 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
A New Adult Shapeshifter Anthology.
Hunt or be Hunted… sometimes you don’t have a choice.
9 Fantastic Shifter Stories from today’s best-selling authors,

FLEDGLING By Natasha Brown
SEVENTH MARK – Part 1 by W.J. May
CRUSH By Chrissy Peebles
VENOM By Kristen Middleton
IGNITE By Kaitlyn Davis
VERITY By Claire Farrell

The Messiah Conspiracy - The Race To Clone Jesus Christ : (Book One): A Gripping Top Ten Medical Suspense Thriller...
by Ian C.P. Irvine
$0.00, 232 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (69 reviews), #32 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Conspiracies

The most gripping science fiction medical thriller you will ever read!

For fans of Dan Brown, Sam Bourne, Scott Mariani and John Lyman.

The Messiah Conspiracy is a fictional thriller which takes place in the field of genetics and human cloning.

Hugely controversial, you will either love this book or hate it. Some will feel challenged and uncomfortable by the topic it deals with, and others will be drawn into it and unable to put it down... the question is, what will you think?

A young student at Oxford University has an idea for his doctor’s thesis (PhD), which fulfils not only the criteria for ‘originality’, but goes far beyond it. For if Jason Dyke is right, his idea will soon change the world and shift the delicate balance of power from one nation to another.

Jason’s idea is simple: In the genetics laboratory at Oxford University, he will clone Jesus Christ.

But when the CIA finds out about his plan, the President of America realises that if the UK succeeds, the balance of power will shift from the USA to Europe. And he realises that the only way to stop this happening is for America to create its very own clone of Jesus Christ.

The race is on...

Whoever reads this book will never forget it. And they will ask….one of two questions:-

1: Is it really possible?

2: When will it happen?

What people have been saying about this book:-

Awesome Read: ‘I read many books and this one was one of the best I have read. I loved it and think I will read it more than twice. It was the kind of book that was almost impossible to put down. Very glad I bought it and would recommend it to everyone.’

A Thumping Good 'Must' Read!: ‘ ‘Browsing the Kindle store for something to 'unwind' me, I chanced upon this excellent gem of a book. To my mind, the Author mirrors perfectly the Biblical events of Jesus' birth 2000 years ago and the subsequent 'Revelations' predicted for our time. The characters are totally believable, able to deduce and thwart the plans of the Americans and British governments and to hide the true Messiah. A well thought out and researched book by the author, I was totally absorbed in it from start to finish. Believers & non-believers alike will enjoy this thumping good read!!! Far better than the Da Vinci Code by a country mile, I am certainly recommending this to all my many friends.’

Well Written: ‘I was looking at a different book, Dan Brown Inferno and this title came up on a reviewers comments suggesting it to be worth a read. I have to agree, it is. Loved the idea of cloning Jesus and for me it was written well, had page turning elements to it but I was disappointed when it ended. In a nice way though! It does leave one hanging...’

Totally preposterous, but enthralling! : ‘I just happened on this book while browsing to find things to download to my Kindle. The premise of the book captured my interest so I duly downloaded it. And, I loved it! The story is utter nonsense, let's be honest - recreating Jesus Christ through cloning?! But, it is written in such an engaging manner that I found myself drawn in unwittingly. Mid-read, I actually broke my ankle and I found myself begging my family to bring my Kindle to the hospital so I could continue reading the book! I would recommend this highly to anyone else, with the proviso that they suspend belief and read it for what it is - a truly interesting and captivating piece of fiction!’

Book One of Two Parts: Please note that Book One continues seamlessly into and is concluded in Book Two. Trying Book One is an excellent way to get to know this exciting new author! Alternatively, readers are recommended to purchase the full omnibus edition containing both Book One and Book Two. Readers may now borrow Book Two free with Amazon Kindle Unlimited.

Ghost in the Coffee Machine: Coffee and Ghosts: Episode 1
by Charity Tahmaseb
$0.00, 32 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (63 reviews), #6 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Katy and her grandmother have always used coffee to catch ghosts. It pays the bills and keeps them in high-end beans. But after Katy’s grandmother dies, it’s as if she’s taken all the ghosts with her.

Until Katy discovers there’s a rival ghost hunter in town, one who uses tea--of all things--and one who has stolen all her clients. But when an epic infestation threatens, Katy can’t help but get involved. It will take all her wits--and some excellent Kona blend--to fight the ghost in the coffee machine.

Ghost in the Coffee Machine is a short story of approximately 4,000 words. The story was first published in Coffee: 14 Caffeinated Tales of the Fantastic. This story is now the pilot episode for the Coffee and Ghosts serial.

Coffee & Ghosts is a cozy paranormal mystery/romance serial told over multiple episodes. Ghost in the Coffee Machine is the pilot episode. Series bundle now available!

If coffee hasn't yet topped your list as the most versatile substance on Earth, consider "The Ghost in the Coffee Machine" by Charity Tahmaseb. ~ Lori Parker, Word of the Nerd

Coffee and Ghosts: The Season List

Season 1:
Season 1 is made up of five novelette/novella-length episodes:

Episode 1: Ghost in the Coffee Machine
Episode 2: Giving Up the Ghosts
Episode 3: The Ghost Whisperer
Episode 4: Gone Ghost
Episode 5: Must Love Ghosts

Season 2:
Season 2 is made up of three novella-length episodes:

Episode 1: Ghosts of Christmas Past
Episode 2: The Ghost That Got Away
Episode 3: The Wedding Ghost

Insatiable - A Mermaid's Curse
by Daniele Lanzarotta, Michelle Johnson
$0.00, 195 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (55 reviews), #31 in > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Mythology
Arianna always felt like she didn't belong in the world where she was born. Ever since she was little, she used to hide behind the rocks in the sea, and watch the human family who spent their summers on that island. Over the years, there was nothing she wished more than to be like them, especially so she could get close to Blake, the human boy who she saw turn into a troubled teenager and then, an unhappy man. Once her dad grew tired of her dreams and hopes for a reality that is not her own, Arianna is thrown into an arranged marriage, and her only way out of it is to make a deal with the power-hungry man who will give her everything that she has ever dreamed of. Dreams that turn into nightmares as she watches Blake's world fall apart, because of her and Blake's inability to control their desires for one another.

What the Dead Fear
by Lea Ryan
$0.00, 51 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (49 reviews), #143 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Juniper Townsend died of carbon monoxide poisoning at the ripe, old age of 22.

However, death isn't the end. In Limbo, she finds a foggy wasteland and strange creatures. She also discovers that during night hours, she can walk among the living. But there are rules. Never influence destiny. Never interfere, because the consequences are dire.

Will she sacrifice eternal freedom to save the innocent?

Soul Quest (The Soul Quest Trilogy Book 1)
by Amy Jones
$0.00, 270 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #92 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure
Beginning high school is a completely normal,
human right of passage but how normal would it be for someone who isn't
entirely human?

Let's say you're special, capable of harnessing
the Earth's energy to defeat soul sucking monsters and you don't even know it.

You go to school, meet new people and form
friendships only to discover that you and your new click are something
otherworldly. You're life becomes a comic book cliché. By day you solve algebra
problems and by night you rid the world of evil beings.

This is my life. My quest is to protect innocent
souls... and pass the ninth grade.

SPARKS: The Smoke & Fire Series (Prequel Book 1)
by Michele Wesley
$0.00, 43 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #16 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
***This book contains Young Adult Characters that face Adult Concepts. This is a Standalone Read.*** 
Much too often we find ourselves wondering how a character was born. What made them into the hero they have become? What made them such a nice guy or girl? How did they become such a villainous monster or mass murderer? 

This novelette gives off a few sparks of the flame that ignite two explosive characters from Smoke & Fire, Book #1 of the Smoke & Fire Series. Rage and untapped emotions are what ignite the fumes that make these characters burn off the pages. 

Sori "Smoke" Knight and Mycale Thomas Phillips "Fire" are known for being deadly, sometimes lovable, and totally emotionally dysfunctional. Despite their flaws, they somehow manage to keep fighting for the good guys. 

This novelette sneaks a peek into Sori and Mycale's younger years, pulling us into the tragedies that tore into their core so deeply it left lingering sparks of madness. Learn what fanned Sori's smoke and lit Mycale's fire.

***Although this novelette is standalone, it is intended to Spark interest in book #1 or other books of the Smoke & Fire Series***

Stuck with Sleigh Bells (A Stuck with a Series Christmas Novella) (The Stuck with a Series Book 3)
by D. D. Scott, David Slegg
$0.00, 74 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #27 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Product Description:

Amazon Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author D. D. Scott is back...this time, with the third book in her new bestselling series co-authored with David Slegg.

What if Santa had a double knee replacement and had to put his BFF Father Time and The Mom Squad's Grams in charge of The Big Red Ride?

For Stuck with Sleigh Bells – think Castle and Beckett, The Good Witch and Maxine in Whoville.

Book Description:

Here’s the scoop, straight from Grams:

“Ring-a-ding-ding, Y’All!”

And no, I ain’t ringin’ some bell at a Salvation Army pot. Although, I do take part in that each holiday season.

But not today, folks. Not today.

I’m jinglin’ these damn sleigh bells as fast as my scrawny arms can shake ‘em ‘cause word has it that doing so this time of year could have some major ramifications.

I have it on good authority that ringing sleigh bells with gusto can not only ward off bad luck and evil spirits, and trust me, in this family, that’s important stuff. But also, these bells can attract meteorites!

Now, how cool would it be to see Santa Claus comin’ to town ridin’ the big ass tail of a meteorite?!

Okay. Just kidding...sort of. That’s not the reason I’m ringin’ bells. But, for the record, I do think Santa arriving by meteorite would be totally awesome.

And, since I’m gonna be piloting his sleigh this year, I do have a say in its operation. That’s right. You heard it straight from the main elf’s mouth. I, Lucy Weiss, am finally going to be able to check off the top item on my Bucket List, which is to be at the helm of Santa’s sleigh on the most magickal night of all nights. Yes indeed, hold onto your Santa hats! I’m in charge of this year’s Big Red Ride.

Bonus Content Included:

D. D. also treats you to a Sneak Peek at her brand new Christmas book – THE BILLIONAIRES’ CHRISTMAS CLUB - co-authored with Bestselling Amazon Author Theresa Ragan. Think Trading Places meets Tim Allen’s Santa Claus

Included too is an Excerpt from HULLABALOO AND HOLLY TOO, D. D.’s first Cozy Cash Mystery Christmas Novella. Think Will and Kate gone-Bond, James Bond, in The Grinch’s Whoville.

About the Authors:

D. D. Scott is an Amazon Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author. She’s also a Writer’s Go-To-Gal for Muse Therapy and Indie Epublishing, the Co-Founder of The WG2E - The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing, and the Founder of The RG2E – The Reader’s Guide to E-publishing. You can get all the scoop on her, her books, her Online Classes and Live Workshops, plus juicy tidbits too from her new cyber home...D. D. Scott-ville.

David Slegg is a Debut Humorous Mystery Author. He grew up on a cattle farm on the banks of the Wabash River and studied Ag Economics at Purdue. He’s been just about everything under the sun - a waiter, a research technician, a bouncer, a salesman, a mapmaker, a bookseller, an ultra-marathon runner, an AutoCAD drafter, and an editor. In his spare time, he recently earned his MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) from Simmons College in Boston. His friends have been telling him for years that he should write a book. Let’s just say he’s had an unusually high number of improbably unlucky experiences. We’re talking about the sorts of things that you’d find humorous if they were happening to a character in a novel but not so funny if they were happening to you. He’s happy to be inflicting some of these situations on his characters. Hell, it’s probably therapeutic.


“ of the top Romantic Comedy/Humorous Mystery writers out right now.” – ENT (Ereader News Today)


I subscribed to receive the serial format as soon as it was offered. Looking forward to seeing what D.D. and David come up with next. Highly recommend Stuck with a Stiff! --- George H

“Superfab! WTG, DD & Dave, the hot, new Fun Couple of Serial!” --- Ruth Harri

The Change (The Bachelor Battles Book 1)
by Angela White
$0.00, 240 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (245 reviews), #61 in > Romance > Series
The Change: An Action Adventure Romance
Five hundred years in the future, nine out of every ten births are female. Males have been declared ‘protected’ (enslaved) to stop the human race from going extinct, and the only way to get a mate, to have a chance at a family, is to enter the Games. In this post-apocalyptic future, the Network Council makes the rules and these tyrants never play fair. The competition is fierce and even the winner leaves damaged.

The Games
“After the apocalypse, there were no jails, no police. We had to do something with the criminals. Letting those killers fight it out for our entertainment achieved two goals at once. The apocalypse was depressing. Fresh blood brightened our day.” –The Network Council, 93AW.
Centuries later, the simple battles have evolved into a biological dystopian nightmare where the contestants are all female and the prizes are enslaved males who have been programed to be perfect, submissive mates. Families are strongly encouraged to sell any sons to the Network in exchange for food and fame. Those who resist are labeled rebels and tracked down by bounty hunters with no mercy.

Candice and Daniel
Daniel is a slave. His family treats him as such.
Candice is a bounty hunter, an employee of the post-apocalyptic government that rules their lives.
Their relationship is forbidden, but not even a biological conspiracy can stop the forbidden romance from growing into an adventure that will lead a nation into their rebel cause.
Torn apart when Daniel is sold, Candice Pruett will keep her promise to bring him home or die trying. Finally of age to enter, she is about to challenge the rulers who force them all to exist in torment. If she wins, she just might create a rebellion that leads to a future where the tyrants no longer exist.

Summary in 20 words or less:
The Change is a dystopian action adventure romance where a nation tries to overthrow the tyrants who rule them.

What can you expect to find in this action adventure romance?

•A biological conspiracy that is causing the human race to go extinct.
•A forbidden romance between an enslaved male and a bounty hunter who will risk everything to bring him home.
•A post apocalyptic government of tyrants with more secrets than the rebels could have ever guessed.
•A complete flip of the male/female roles. After the apocalypse, women took control. Their first action was to enslave the male population, under the guise of protecting the human race.
•A dystopian environment that still reveals the horror of war five centuries later.

The Bachelor Battles Trilogy
You're about to go on a post-apocalyptic adventure into a future where women are in charge and men are going extinct. It’s a world where the people have changed…