Free fantasy Kindle books for 01 Dec 13

Prophet (Books of the Infinite Book #1)

by R. J. Larson

“This tale captured me and held me hostage to the very last page. Breathlessly waiting for the next book.”–Donita K. Paul, author of The Dragon Keeper Chronicles and The Chiril Chronicles

Ela Roeh of Parne doesn’t understand why her beloved Creator, the Infinite, wants her to become His prophet. She’s undignified and bad-tempered, and at age seventeen she’s much too young. In addition, no prophet of Parne has ever been a girl. Worst of all, as Parne’s elders often warn, if she agrees to become the Infinite’s prophet, Ela knows she will die young.

Yet she can’t imagine living without Him. Determined to hear the Infinite’s voice, Ela accepts the sacred vinewood branch and is sent to bring the Infinite’s word to a nation torn apart by war. There she meets a young ambassador determined to bring his own justice for his oppressed people. As they form an unlikely partnership, Ela battles how to balance the leading of her heart with the leading of the Infinite.

Heartless (Tales of Goldstone Wood Book #1)

by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

Princess Una of Parumvir has come of age and will soon be married. She dreams of a handsome and charming prince, but when the first suitor arrives, she finds him stodgy and boring. Prince Aethelbald from the mysterious land of Farthestshore has traveled far to prove his love–and also to bring hushed warnings of danger. A dragon is rumored to be approaching Parumvir.

Una, smitten instead with a more dashing prince, refuses Aethelbald’s offer–and ignores his warnings. Soon the Dragon King himself is in Parumvir, and Una, in giving her heart away unwisely, finds herself in grave danger. Only those courageous enough to risk everything have a hope of fighting off this advancing evil.

Reaper of Sorrows (Songs of the Scorpion – Volume I)

by James A. West

In an age between the beginning of all creation and the end of all things, humanity knew the truths of sorcery and gods, steel and blood, courage and cowardice. During this forgotten age rises an evil that threatens to destroy the laws governing life and deathâ?¦.

Known as the Scorpion, Rathe Lahkurin is the greatest and most beloved warrior in the kingdom of Cerrikoth, but a jealous rival is plotting his fall from graceâ?¦.

Deep within a lightless catacomb an aged mystic is entombed behind a wall of flowing blood, and in another tomb an undying maiden burns, all so that an embittered conspirator can gain black powers and take his revengeâ?¦.

At a remote fortress reserved for the kingdom’s vilest outcasts, buried deep within a sinister forest rife with foul creatures, villagers are vanishing. Others are turning up deadâ?¦.

Soon the threads of fate will entangle the Scorpion in a plot darker than any nightmare, a trap that threatens not only his life, but his eternal soul.â?¦

Reading order: Songs of the Scorpion
Reaper of Sorrows (volume one)
Lady of Regret (volume two)

Reading order: Heirs of the Fallen series
The God King (book one)
Crown of the Setting Sun (book two)
Shadow and Steel (book three)
Wrath of the Fallen (book four) coming in the Fall of 2013!

Dystopian Thriller
Beasts of the Field
Look for book two in the Fall/Winter 2013

See How She Runs (The Chronicles of Izzy)

by Michelle Graves

One delivery changed her whole life.

Izzy was a normal girl living in Chicago as a bike messenger before that fateful day. She delivered one package and set into action a chain of events she never could have expected.

Now she is running for her life from the Corporation, her best friend is not at all who he seemed, and to top it all off she keeps having visions.

Will she survive to navigate the waters as a Seer? Will her feelings for Kennan be her very downfall? Find out in See How She Runs.

Author’s Note: Re-edited November 2013. Some sections have been rewritten to ensure the best story possible is made available.

The Reluctant Belsnickel of Opelt’s Wood (Secrets of Marienstadt)

by Kathleen Valentine

Novella (23k words) – Folklore / Romance – DECEMBER 6th IS BELSNICKEL DAY! Story #9 in The Whiskey Bottle in the Wall: Secrets of Marienstadt series: When Father Nicholas Bauer becomes the pastor of St. Walburga’s in a rural Pennsylvania Dutch community he makes it his mission to revive some of their Old World Traditions including Belsnickel. According to local legend, Belsnickel was an old man who lived in the woods and visited children on the evening of December 6th to see if they’ve been bad or good. He recruits his childhood friend Gretchen Fritz who owns a quilting shop called the Calico Cuckoo. Both of them grew up with Oliver Eberstark and Father Nick is determined to get Oliver to play Belsnickel for the local children. When they were young Oliver was a popular athlete and local heart-throb but now he is a recluse who lives alone at his grandfather’s sawmill deep in Opelt’s Wood. As the plans for Belsnickel and Christmas progress Father Nick hopes to understand what happened to Oliver and why he is now a hermit and Gretchen rediscovers why half the girls in town had crushes on him.
~(Update - The Christmas Daughter: A Marienstadt Story, the next story in this series, is now available in paperback or digital.)

Shiv Crew (Rune Alexander)

by Laken Cane

Rune Alexander wants to get through her days doing her job, which is protecting the humans against the myriad of supernatural creatures, known as Others, who exist uneasily in a human’s world. But she is unstable and damaged. She realizes how broken she is even as she continues to submit to the unspeakable things her lover does to her, craving desperately the strange peace she finds in the aftermath.

When she discovers things are not as they seem and a faceless human is torturing the supernatural groups in her city, she and her crew must break the rules and begin to protect the Others from the humans.

But as the darkness inside her becomes stronger and she ends up on the wrong side of a battle she must not lose, who will save Rune from herself?

Smoke & Water (Fire Flower Trilogy)

by Sian Williams

After the dust settles on Adria’s chaotic return to her homeland, a death puts events in motion that could end her happily ever after. An encounter with a seer puts Adria in the precarious position of choosing between obligations as queen and righting a terrible injustice in a foreign land. Can Adria find the balance to do the right thing, and do so without jeopardizing her own happiness…. and life?

Second part of the Fire Flower Trilogy.

Shad’rah (Kiyor’lin)

by Neil Orr

Welcome to Kiyor’lin, a land where magic is prevalent. It is a realm of many cultures where Elves are the current ruling race. They are allied with Dwarves and the Humans. The ogres to the north and the Trolls to the south are bound by a treaty that is tenuous, at best. However, the real threat comes in the form of an evil witch that serves the dark dragon god. Using hired assassins and an army of demons, Nymette is determined to bring chaos and destruction to the land.

The young Elfin king is chosen by the dragon god of the light to put a stop to the witch and her army. After handpicking his command party, Draganos sets out with a regiment of his finest warriors. Along the way, they must avoid the assassins that are hired to put an end to him. They will face demons of all kinds, including the ones hidden within themselves. They will learn new things about one another. In the strangest moment, Draganos realizes his queen. But, in order to survive long enough to wed his love, he must first learn the ancient truth.

Two Coins Purse (Avian Tale) (Romanian Folk Tales and Fairy Tales)

by Ion Creanga

Fairy tale inspired by Romanian and Russian folklore.

A short tale that everyone will find to bring some amusement and joy as the situation is unexpected. In the characteristically way of this kind of stories, the content is never too much explicit, leaving the reader the possibility to create his own tough with the tale.


New Moon Rising

by L.M. Pruitt

Nothing ever happens in Selene, Georgia. The biggest events in the past ten years have been a wedding, a funeral and a bar fight. It’s slow, sleepy, a little narrow-minded–but for Cari Gravier, it’s home.

Now things are starting to happen that nobody’s seen before. Strange things in the woods, dead animals–and dead people. Cari’s about to discover a whole new side to Selene. And a past that may come back to bite her….

Ivory (The Ivory Saga)

by F. M. Sherrill

As a child in the desert kingdom of Gryth, Ivory witnessed the brutal murder of her parents at the hands of a sinister race known as the Lecs.

Now Queen of her people, a vengeance-fueled Ivory launches a final battle to annihilate the enemy once and for all. But on the eve of war, betrayed by her own kind and left in the hands of the Lecs, she’s forced to learn the shocking truth about their two peoples, and the diabolical curse that’s plagued them for centuries.

Armed with newfound knowledge and unexpected allies, Ivory must face the real enemy that’s haunted her all her life, and make a choice that will mean the difference between a new beginning and the end of the world.

Ivory is an exercise in duality made reality; an exploration of darkness and light, male and female, sun and moonâ?¦ seen through the eyes of two cultures ripped apart by an ancient evil whose pain resonates through the ages like the beating of a drum.

Evil Across Time

by Roy Askham


Edwina moves into a five hundred year old Tudor cottage in the North of England. Little does she understand what is about to happen in her bed on her first night. Having a very lucid out of body experience, she is alarmed when she is zapped back in time to Medieval England, where she encounters a man who is stripping off his own clothes and replacing them with a dress. The man cannot see Edwina in her out of body condition. She watches on as a woman unexpectedly appears on the scene much to the horror of the man.

Each and every night for months on end, Edwina finds that she cannot retire to bed without her bedroom decor changing to the decor of the Medieval period. She continues to watch the man on his travels from England to Scotland where he finds himself in grave danger. As Edwina watches, she is devastated to learn that besides being trapped in time, she is also possessed by an evil entity, which causes devastating consequences for her in the twenty first Century.

The Dain Princess

by Raitt Black

Lyhnzi Kole Dain, the only living heir to the Innbern Kingdom, is taken from her home by kidnappers who tell her she was banished by the very Guards she trained with. No ransom is requested, though she knows no reason she would have been banished. She quickly realizes the kidnappers are no older than she is. A wandering group of orphans trying to find a home one of them sees in his dreams. A home that she, too, soon begins to see in dreams she shares with the boy. The kidnappers care for her, protect her, while embarking on an adventure like nothing she has ever experienced.

A journey that will change her life. Both how she views it and how she lives it. She comes to understand trust must be earned, and everything is not always as it appears.

Wisdom (Blue Moon Rising Trilogy)

by Bonnie Watson

Raised in a secluded cottage, Keith has only ever known the outside world through the travels of his father. Yet that all changes when he’s forced from the comforts of his family home into a world only envisioned. Now stranded in a thief’s paradise, he begins to entwine the lives of others on a very personal and timely quest to discover the truth behind his secretive upbringing.

Meet a half-breed Black Wing seeking his captive mother in the human realms in order to escape his pure-blood family; an alchemist wielding a newfound power he hopes will make him the magic-user he has always wished to be; a Healer seeking to destroy the very foundation which lead to the division of his people; and two sister unicorns – one Pure and one Dark.

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Bulletproof (Healer)

by April Smyth

Cassie Mueller is the ‘Miracle Girl’ in her hometown of Ayrin. Her whole life she has never gotten hurt but now it is more than avoiding scrapes and bruises. Somebody is out to prove she isn’t bulletproof. Danger follows her everywhere she goes yet she comes out unscathed – much to her distaste. Cassie longs to feel the rush of adrenaline and will get it wherever she can even if her Dad forbids it and the uprising of vampires in America seems to be the ideal outlet for her frustration.
When brooding Gabe walks into a bar, he changes her life. He is arrogant, infuriating and his ever-present frown troubles Cassie but he is the key to the life of vampires that Cassie craves.
Gabe brings her Maurice: a charming, beautiful vampire with a keen interest in her. Maurice showers her in expensive presents, trips to Paris and mind blowing sex but Cassie learns that the adrenaline rush and the danger that she yearns for isn’t all that it seems and learns a lot about her unique gift along the way.

The White Witch Series – Re-published in trilogy format, Books One, Two and Three (The White Witch Series, republished 1/3)

by Ann C. Cooney

Formerly published as individual books, this is the first of the trilogy publishing.

The Octagon Key

by Brian Kerley

A man woke up with amnesia to find that he had bested five swordsmen and that he carried a strange object. Saved from his grave injury by a healer of unique ability and remarkable beauty, they learn that others of power and station are willing to kill for the object he carries. On the road to rescue his ransomed family, whom he does not remember, Imar’s attraction to Dalla grows and he learns that the eight sided object in his pouch is a key to a faraway underground fortress containing advanced knowledge and technology from the forgotten past. Others would have the Octagon Key because it also unlocks access to powerful weapons unimaginable in this Medieval Age of Sail. Imar must find the self he cannot remember, keep the key from falling in the hands of evil, and decide whether to destroy the Octagon Key or use it for good.

Minds, Mothers, Stones (Factors in Sanctuary)

by Pamela Foland

Miranda and her true love are united in marriage, while Sanctuary is nearly torn apart.

Sanctuary Falling (Factors in Refuge)

by Pamela Foland

This is a story of the stages of life set in a backdrop of parallell universes, time travel and the battle between good and evil.

Tall Tales for Little People

by Tom Slemen

Haunted grandfather clocks, dragons, witches, wizards, ghosts, metaphysical foes, enigmatic robot dolls, battling leprechauns, stone-age girlfriends, and Jesus arriving in Liverpool on a steam train are just some of the amazing goings-on in this Tom Slemen book, which can be read by little people from 12 to 120!

Heart of Esor

by AJ Mallon

From as far back as sixteen year old Brom Eliad could remember, he’d tried to expel the beast Esor into the realms of myth. He’d tried to ignore her and ignore the curse his birth had rested on his soul. For he was the one pre-ordained to deal with her.

As for Mae, now fifteen, from as far back as she could remember, Brom had been an intensely important part of her life. In fact, before Brom left for his studies, Mae felt he might have liked her.

Now however, there was a coming of age that could ruin it all. It was a coming of age that would complete a prophesy or end their land of Amora. It was a coming of age that would settle a beast or release her, rampant and rapacious. It was a coming of age that would lead Brom and Mae on a potentially fatal collision course, not only with the beast Esor, but also each other.

Moving and magikal, funny and frightening, romantic and riveting!


by Rex Ivar

Mary, a twelve year old girl, is unwell. She is possessed by a Demon. Her parents refuse to believe, but she is and she’s getting worse. Then one night a knock at the door reveals a man who simply ‘wants to help’. Mary’s mother lets him in and all she remembers is a bright light. Thinking her daughter has died, she weeps and holds her body. Then Mary replies to her good night wishes. She is cured.

Mary spends her teenage years obsessed with the man who saved her life and even persuades her school Chaplain, Father Andrews, to help her. As her journey continues, she soon discovers that her path is riddled with betrayal and mistrust. Friends and loved ones can soon become the fiercest of enemies. It soon becomes clear to her that these Demons do not know mercy or empathy. They despise the human race and seek to control or destroy. She befriends Jim Wiseman, a Fire Fighter, who, as the story unfolds, has more in connection with this whole affair than anyone ever thought. Constantly hunted and always on the run, Mary and Jim’s only hope is to find the Being that saved her life all those years ago. The Deity, Seraphiel.

The Blue

by Jennifer Reed

Now, I will offer what is true, and an option as to whether or not you will accept it. I will help you see more clearly by lighting a road before you, if you so desire. I will listen to your every concern, word, and thought. I will offer my presence to you, my dear one. Yet, I do warn you, do not be deceived by anyone, for power is always in the hands of the one who narrates. I will ask you to narrate for me, my darling. I want you tell me what is true and what is false. And I will hear you; I will be an aid to your cause. I am listening!

The Fall of Light (The Crystal Companions Saga)

by Trev Briggs

On the planet Clanesta, humans have learnt to live in peace with a unique race of crystalline creatures. The peace is maintained by a fantastical gem known as the Etherium. The Etherium is protected by the Scorch royal family, for if the gem is lost or destroyed, the peaceful pact will be dissolved and chaos will reign.

Alesson and Linta Scorch are the twin teenage dependants of King Trengar and they are destined to rule over the capital city of Scorvain. Alesson is the young warrior Prince and Linta is the pretty diplomatic Princess and when they are grown, it will be up to them to guard the Etherium.

Then on one cold dark night, a mysterious army of pitch-black monsters attack Scorvain. Beasts with fangs, claws and tentacles overrun the city’s defences, and evil men shrouded in living shadows hunt for the Etherium. Alesson and Linta are forced to flee the city on an amazing adventure, filled with deadly perils, epic battles and startling revelations.

The Scorpion and the Witch (The Land of the Gods)

by Mckenzie Mell

King Aren is ruler of a great African kingdom established some 10,000 BCE. Cursed with an obsession for immortality, he forges an uneasy alliance with a mysterious sorceress who uses him to set into place an enchantment that threatens to destroy his kingdom forever.

Rising Fang

by Anfal Khaliq

Fourteen-year-old Ellie Paige dealt with monsters like most high school losers: she pretended they didn’t existâ??from the prettier, slimmer girls who wrote nasty things about her on the bathroom walls to the boys who taped dirty drawings to her locker door.

But some monsters couldn’t be ignored, and there are worse things in the world than high school; a lesson Ellie learnt when she was savaged one night by a terrifying creature in the woods behind the school, turning her into a creature she had feared all her life …

Now, a sinister transformation had begun in Ellie, and dark dreams were calling her into the mountains west of town, where her life as she had always known it would almost certainly come to an end, her fate forever changed by the light of a full moon …

Beggars in the Streets of Time

by Joseph D. Stirling

“You cannot win the game you have to play.”

Bailey doesn’t remember how he got to this strange land, but he feels at home amongst the Beggars in the Streets. But, more goes on in this strange place than first meets the eye. Along the Streets of Time, Beggars sell their sweet dreams for coin to live. While in the shadows, the Dream-Eater waits to consume their nightmares, and their very souls.

As life in the Streets spirals down, once again, to its horrific end, Bailey and his friends search desperately for a way to save their world. A way to stop the spreading plague of nightmares and ensuing deaths. A way to stop a madman. A way to stop the Bone Man.

Most important of all, they must find Blythe. If they can locate him, their greatest challenge awaits. How do they stop Blythe’s Game?

The War of the Moonstone

by Jack Conner

Imagine the epic reach of Tolkien, the grit of George R. R. Martin and the nonstop adventure of Robert E. Howard, and you will have some idea of the thrills awaiting you in “The War of the Moonstone”, a tale of love, bloodlust and tragedy set in a land on the brink of destruction.

Black times have come to Felgrad. Once one of the jewels of the Crescent, now the dark powers have turned their gaze upon it, and Giorn Wesrain, son of the baron of Fiarth, has become inextricably drawn into the machinations of the Dark One, along with his beloved Niara, High Priestess of Illiana.

They have loved each other in secret for years, but that love will be tested as the armies of the Dark One strive against Felgrad. Worse, one of their own, Raugst, is in truth an agent of the enemy, and Raugst will soon bend the barony to his will. If Felgrad falls, so too will the rest of the Crescent, and then the Dark One will be unleashed upon the world.

Only Giorn and Niara can stop him, but how can they when the legendary Moonstone, the great artifact of the Light that has kept the fell powers at bay for thousands of years, has been taken? As Giorn sets out into the waste lands after it, to either reclaim it or find out what the Dark One wants it for, enemy hordes swarm the mighty city of Thiersgald and Niara is trapped behind its walls . . . with Raugst.

This is only the beginning of the adventure that awaits you in “The War of the Moonstone”.

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