Here are some specials and new releases by Alesha Escobar, Charlotte E. English, Simon Haynes, Aurora Springer, R.L. Wilson, Brett Howard Nelson, Aaron Hodges, Johannes Johns, Christina Davis and Sam G. C..
Though only Thomas can fix the broken timeline, he doesn’t know if he has the strength. Because waiting on the wrong side of that timeline is the love of his life—Pippa. But Thomas’s misstep puts his friends in terrible danger—unleashing an old enemy and throwing Faerieland out of balance and into turmoil.
In this third installment of the Immortal Brotherhood, Thomas must undo his mistakes and risk everything to put his world and Time itself back into balance. Meanwhile, Trixie must manage her new powers in Faerieland, help her friends flee the destructive ripples in time, and hold back the Faerie Queen’s wrath.
Will Thomas choose true love or loyalty to time and The Brotherhood? Will Trixie find the good within herself and trust that it will not fail her as it has in the past?
They were known as the fatales, once.
Investigators and spies; killers and thieves; con artists and vigilantes — they fought fire with fire, did what had to be done, to make things right.
Until the mission that broke them.
Many decades later, the fatales have scattered to the winds.
Fionn’s the queen of London haute couture. Thetai’s the star of the power metal scene. And Daix? Could be anything. Anywhere.
It’ll take a lot to bring them back together.
When a model goes missing from a catwalk show, Fionn’s frantic. The girl was a friend — and a fellow selkie. And she won’t be the last to vanish.
To catch the monster responsible, Fionn needs backup. It’s time for the fatales to reunite, but can they get it together after eighty years apart?
And will it be enough to face down an old enemy straight out of their murky, half-forgotten past?
Three fabulous fae banter and brawl their way through a re-imagined, modern-day London — fighting crime, forging friendships and causing havoc. With style. Perfectly tailored for fans of urban fantasy and Charlie’s Angels!
Clunk, an elderly robot, will get a much-needed overhaul if he completes a ‘simple’ job for his boss.
Hal Spacejock, a crash-prone pilot, will get a lot of broken bones if he doesn’t repay a loan shark.
Clunk is patient, reasonable and brimming with helpful suggestions. Hal is stubborn, quick to anger and incapable of listening to good advice.
They’re as compatible as a burning match and a stick of dynamite.
But now, with everything on the line, they’re forced to team up. This disparate duo has no choice: they must work together to deliver a vital, urgent cargo.
Unfortunately, a rival is after the same cargo, and he’ll do anything to grab it. His finger is on the trigger. Hal and Clunk are in the crosshairs.
How can they possibly deliver when their chances of success are slimmer than Hal’s bank balance?
How far will they get before Hal’s famously short fuse runs out?
My magic isn’t a gift—it’s a curse, passed down from one generation to the next.
With bills piling up, I signed a contract with a devil in exchange for money. Little did I know the contract is eternal. Whenever I’m summoned, I have to use my magic for illegal operations.
After two years I want out.
When I meet Kato, a Voodoo priest, he promises to release me from my shackles. I’m desperate enough, I selfishly take that chance. It’s his life, not mine after all. But the closer I get to Kato, the more I think that losing him might be just as hard to take as this life I’m stuck in.
Now I have two options. Freedom from my magic or freedom from this contract. Either one will be nearly impossible to achieve.
Can Kato free me before everything precious to me is destroyed?
Fans of Patricia Briggs will love this blend of urban fantasy and slow-burn paranormal romance wrapped into one magical adventure in the eternal curse.
As the global crisis escalates, American Astronaut Kyle Gannon awaits his lifelong dream of a mission to Mars while in hiberstasis for a routine test launch. But unbeknownst to him, his dream becomes a nightmare when SpaceX launches Gannon at the onset of the nuclear strike, sending him light years into outer space. Seven years and one day later, his space capsule arrives at its galactic destination.
Rescued by the Akryllians—humanoid aliens in the Astronokai galaxy, he becomes a strong ally in their interplanetary, galactic war against the evil Skrayth regime. But upon the discovery of an ancient battle sword, Gannon learns he is destined to be there—and must try to stop a cataclysmic event, reminiscent of earth’s fate.
A town burns and flames light the night sky. Hunted and alone, seventeen year old Eric flees through the wreckage. The mob grows closer, baying for the blood of their tormentor. Guilt weighs on his soul, but he cannot stop, cannot turn back. If he stops, they die.
For two years he has carried this curse, bringing death and destruction wherever he goes. But now there is another searching for him – one who offers salvation. His name is Alastair, and he knows the true nature of the curse. Magic.
Neva has always hidden her Da’Valian heritage while working risky jobs to make a name for herself and serving at her family’s tavern, but she won’t be able to hide much longer. She can either risk the safety of those she cares about or seek out her mother’s people to gain control over her emerging powers.
The Da’Valia are beautiful, brutal creatures created by the god of war, and the austere Da’Valian soldier Astiand reluctantly agrees to take Neva to his clan under his protection. She makes unexpected friends, including the handsome fighter Emiliand, and a new enemy in the clan’s ruthless leader.
Spying on her guardian, the sly heroine quickly discovers just how deep she has stumbled into a dangerous, developing clan feud.
Will she be able to embrace who she is in time to keep her loved ones safe?
In the turbulent times of the first World War, a pilot is imprisoned in the most secure prison of the world. At night, in the silence of his dreams, a strange visitor will help him to get out of his own prison so he can go back to his beloved.
“A mix in between Inception and The Count of Monte Cristo” -Ignacio Fortuño Andrés