Here are some specials and new releases by Jean Gill, Antara Mann, G J Ogden, Jenny Schwartz, Demelza Carlton, Grace Hudson, Demelza Carlton, Maria Schneider and Rachel Aukes.
Angus knows there can be only one winner from the supernatural war he waged: either him or his creator and brother, Kai Hellster.
Consumed with a thirst for power and the obsession for world dominance, Angus sets his eyes on the most powerful and mythical demoniacal object: the Skull Chalice. Kai created it millennia ago and if either a supernatural or human performs a human sacrifice and pours the victim’s blood inside the chalice, their wish will be granted.
A fierce race against time begins as inferni, gods and dark fae all try to get hold of the Skull Chalice. But only one faction can possess it.
Will Alex succeed and kill the abominable inferni and save the world from a fate worse than death? Or will she lose everyone in the battle, including herself?
From book one:
No-one comes in peace. Every being in the galaxy wants something, and is willing to take it by force.
The Hedalt were no different. They came from the distant reaches of the galaxy to wage war. Their fleet wanted to take Earth for its prize, but we were ready. We were stronger.
For years, we fought them, ship-to-ship, until we scattered their forces and drove them back. Pursuing the Hedalt fleet to their home world, we delivered the decisive blow. We nuked their planet and wiped them out for good.
Or so we thought.
For decades, Earth Fleet sent out Deep Space Recon missions to scour the galaxy and clean up the remnants of the Hedalt Empire. Eventually, we found only ghosts – empty outposts and long-dead colonies.
But, close to the edge of known space, I – Captain Taylor Ray – and my crew are about to make a discovery that will change everything.
The war isn’t over. The war has yet to begin.
The series includes:
The Way Station Gambit
Rise of Nimrod Fleet
Earth’s Last War
Savant Elise Jackson, Arkite’s supreme leader, is stricken with terrible grief over the recent loss of her lover. She has spent the last two years with her assistant, Sara, trying to repair and genetically engineer her lover’s damaged body and mind.
But the Viceroy of Pyramid City and her followers in the Savant Council have no interest in squandering the city’s resources for Elise’s personal gain. With the help of the mainframe AI, they will vie for power, even attempting collusion with Sara and sabotage.
And even if her enemies fail and Elise somehow manages to revive her lover, Elise knows she’ll have to vie for something she covets even more—her lover’s love. For Sara once loved her just as much, if not more.
Mother Savant is the sequel to Candy Savant—Book 2 in the Candy Savant Series.
The books in this series are complete self-contained novels not ending in cliffhangers. Some spoilers cannot be avoided, but Mother Savant is a stand-alone novel that can be enjoyed without reading the first book.
Once upon a time…
When war breaks out, Rudolf promises Portia and her sisters he will protect them. But his father falls in battle, and Rudolf is forced to return home to command his father’s armies.
Shifting alliances turn Portia and her family from friends to sworn enemies. To win the war, Rudolf must conquer her home, and risk losing her forever.
When the wolf is at the door, who will win – love or war?
Meet Sean Evans. Aussie bloke. Unlucky in love. Rock fanatic. Talented artist. Makes a mean coffee. Just don’t call him a barista.
When Sean meets Tam by chance at a local bar, he thinks his luck may have taken a turn for the better. But when Sean drinks a spiked drink, he comes to a startling realisation. Either he is losing his mind or fairies are real.
Enter Evie, who bears a striking resemblance to Tam, but is anything but human. Trapped in Sean’s world, they must learn to coexist while Sean tries to keep his shifts at the cafe, finish his paintings, all while trying to convince Tam that he’s not a creepy lunatic.
But Evie has her own problems, and Sean as a human is powerless to protect her. Can Sean find a way to fix things with his fairy, Tam and himself before the doors close forever?
Forced to flee your home world, now you’re a pilot, fighting in a war for a new home.
In the heat of battle, will you live or die? Discover an alien city, or be captured as a spy?
It’s up to YOU!
(And if you don’t like the ending…you can always go back to the beginning and choose a different fate!)
She kept her eyes and ears open while she tried to help her latest client escape the clutches of a voodoo witch, but things went from bad to worse when more bodies turned up. She was greatly relieved when she met White Feather, an undercover cop. Unfortunately, he wasn’t convinced she was innocent of all wrong-doing.
It was going to take every spell she knew and a few she hadn’t tried to solve the murders and stay alive.
Then the revolution came. Things stink even worse now.
The wealthy Sloan brothers stake their claim over the lawless wastelands. With no one to stand against them, the people are left to the mercy of the corrupt tyrants. We need a gunfighter who isn’t afraid to stand against impossible odds. The problem is that all the heroes died in the revolution… which means we’ll have to settle for “Havoc” Joe Ballast.
Ballast is no stranger to bad luck, but when the Sloan brothers corner him, they’ll soon learn that you should never, ever underestimate the Bounty Hunter.