Free fantasy Kindle books for 02 Dec 13

Midnight Squad: The Ties That Bind

by J.L.M. Visada

Who knew saving the world would just be the start of our problems?
We’re known all over the world. Everyone knows the flirtatious ghost nun Janine, the spunky gothic witch Katy, the adorable lesbian werewolf Danika and her perky human lover Niki, the unbearably sexy vampire Penny, and of course Joseph, the newly anointed horseman Death. They’re now household names for stopping a power hungry jinn from taking over the country. I’m thankful that Joseph “Grim” Reaper used some of that notoriety to persuade prosecutors that I was working as some sort of double agent and that I helped save the day.
Yeah, like I could ever be a spy, but I can’t complain because freedom sure beats rotting in a Supermax prison for the rest of my life. Now I’m known as a hero just like the rest of the them. It’s not true. I betrayed them. I had my reasons, and I’m not sure that I wouldn’t have done the same exact thing if I had to. When I run into fans, they say I’m brave, but I’m a chicken through and through.
The truth is I’m lucky enough to have some really great friends that overlooked my betrayal, my cowardice, and even understood my motivations for why did what I did. They’re the heroes. I’m just a sidekick.
So together we did what any newly famous group of people would do. We cashed in on our fifteen minutes of fame. We formed the Midnight Squad, and started licensing our name. Well I did all that. None of them are exactly business minded. So I formed the company, and made them all my partners. Honestly, it doesn’t get much better than this. Now if I could just get a date.
The world didn’t even know about vampires, werewolves, ghosts, witches or any of that stuff until we showed up out of nowhere. All that stuff was just legends, campfire stories, and movies. The problem is that there was a very good reason no one knew about vampires and all the creepy crawlies before now. Throughout history there has been an organization called The Darkness trying to keep the knowledge about all the things that go bump in the night a secret from humanity. They have a long history of destroying any creatures that try to step out into the public eye. So our success and newfound fame is really just a flashing neon sign that practically begs for them to come kill us. Can I give back the money, the fame, and just go back to my very safe and secure jail cell? The Darkness is coming. They don’t leave survivors…they leave examples.
This is a fun full length erotically charged paranormal fantasy book. Click on the “Click to LOOK INSIDE!” at the top left of the page to get a taste. This book is a sexy laugh riot.

This book contains graphic sex, nudity, funny moments that may have you laughing in front of people. This unfortunate bout of laughter might in turn be very embarrassing when you have to explain to that person why you were laughing. This book contains bizarre things, funny things, odd facts, torture, people dying, an adorable stuffed skunk, a sexy vampire, a hornball of an ex soldier, a gothic witch, a lesbian werewolf, a lecherous ghost nun, and a lonely narrator occasionally dealing with her best friend B.O.B.
I cannot stress enough that there is sex in this book. Keep your children away from this book. It is most definitely not appropriate for children. It is however completely appropriate for adults that just want to read a full length novel that leaves them laughing, and maybe feeling a little tingly in their happy places. Grab yourself a copy. Find a nice, quiet, and hopefully private spot so that you don’t have to explain why you’re laughing. Then let the magical weirdness begin.
Midnight Squad: The Ties That Bind is the combination of christian fiction, erotica, and comedy that comes together for one of the funniest paranormal romance books you’ll ever read. Sit back and enjoy your fill of vampire romance and werewolf romance coupled with nonstop comedy.

Intangible (Piercing the Veil)

by C.A. Gray

Peter Stewart grew up on a unique version of the Arthurian legends taught him by his father, a harebrained quantum physicist who asserts that anything is possible.  But Peter disbelieves anything which cannot be scientifically explained, despite a nagging sense that there is more to the world than meets the eye.  

Lily Portman is an orphan with a secret: she can see creatures that are invisible to everyone else.  These creatures control every human being she has ever met to varying degrees… until she meets Peter and his father.  


When a mysterious stranger stages an accident which nearly costs Peter and Lily their lives, suddenly Lily learns that she is not crazy after all, and Peter discovers the truth of his father’s storiesâ?¦ including the existence of Arthur’s ancient nemesis, one who calls himself the Shadow Lord, and a prophecy with implications so profound that it will alter not only the course of their lives, but potentially the fate of the world.

Chasing Xaris

by Samantha Bennett

Chandler Bloom starts her day like every otherâ??on her surfboard and away from her smothering grandparents. It’s the only way she’s been able to cope since the hit-and-run that killed her parents two years ago. But when a shark nearly turns Chandler into breakfast, a loner surfer named Ari saves her life. Which is great, except that he also triggers new questions about her parents’ deaths. Before Chandler can ask him more, Ari disappears.

Desperate for answers, Chandler decides to track down Ari with the help of her best friend Jordan, a surfer guy who’s totally in love with her. The search leads to Ari’s homeâ??a hidden island that can only be found with a form of light called xaris. But Chandler isn’t the only one searching for the island or the unearthly elements found there. Her parents died protecting it, and if Chandler doesn’t come to grips with what she’s really chasing, she could be next. (YA inspirational urban fantasy)

Earth’s Survivors Book Three: Home In The Valley

by Wendell Sweet

The struggle to stay alive has leveled out. The Earth’s Survivors have found their place in the wilderness and The Nation is growing. Life is good for those who are lucky enough to be there. But out in the real world it’s a different story. The dead are taking over. The cities, the countryside, small towns and villages, everywhere the living go the dead are there. And they are not just there, they are in charge. Superior to the living. Infinitely more adaptable to the new world. Stronger, smarter, focused. Determined to make the world free of the living.

A supply trip with Mike, Ronnie and a few others turns into The Nations first real clash with the dead, resulting in death for some of The Nations own. But there is little time to mourn that loss. The dead are pushing to take the rest of them, and it becomes a race to see who will make it back to the Nation alive.

Earth’s Survivors Book Three: Home in the Valley, chronicles the dead as they begin their conquest to take over what is left of the world. It also follows the Earth’s Survivors as they begin to realize just how bad things have gone out in the real world. Can that corruption touch their valley where they have begun to rebuild society? Book three also introduces Bear, Cammie and Beth. The three principle characters in the upcoming Earth’s Survivors Book Four.

Witchell: A Symphony

by F. Trantham

Happily exiled to a semblance of normalcy, Tavin Witchell has deliberately forgotten that he is also Baron Witchell. He hasn’t used magic properly in years, and he’s barely thought about the Mageplane and its stifling, stagnant society of mages. The worst of his troubles have been maintaining his family’s dilapidated mansion and making sense of the welcome but confusing affections of his close friend Ben. But when Tavin gets a strange phone call about his brother, he realizes that the Mageplane – derelict and failing for for nearly a century, must be in its final death throes. Unfortunately for Tavin and his brother, Tavin’s best friend Amelia, and Lyvance’s daughter, Emmaliss have talents that could be warped to resurrect the dying world.

Hoping to hide them from those that would cripple their fledgling talents and then justify the means with the ends, Tavin attempts to slip back into his old life until the Mageplane breathes its last. He hopes he will only be Baron Witchell for as long as it takes to convince everyone that Emmaliss is dead and Amelia doesn’t exist. But instead, he finds himself violently propelled into intrigues that began centuries ago.


by C.M. Stunich

DeadBorn – A Zombie/Dystopian Paranormal Romance
Recommended: Ages 16 and Up

“In a few days the whole world will fall to the undead. It’s inevitable.”


I’m being chased by the DeadBorn and everything’s gone chaotic.

Just last night I was playing baseball in the park. Now, hordes of undead swarm the streets, roused by a magic that’s raging out of control, drawing the lifeless from their graves and luring demons from a different world. And they’re all after the one person that I care about most: my girlfriend, Holly. She’s being chased by a necromancer who won’t stop until she finds her. Not even if it means bathing the world in a wash of blood.

The DeadBorn are almost impossible to kill. A simple head shot won’t do the trick. We have to break them into pieces, smash them until they’re nothing. And those are just the lopers. There are other DeadBorn, too, ones with fire in their faces, some that spew acid, and then there are the ones that can take down helicopters.

We’d already be dead if it weren’t for Holly’s dreams. She says she knows what to do, and I think we’re just going to have to trust her because there’s no time for anything else. We can’t run; we can’t even hide.

The necromancer knows where we are, and the legion is coming.

The Monster Slayer: The Immortal Demon (Series One, Book Three)

by Joseph Anderson

The Monster Slayer: the Immortal Demon is the third novella in a series based in the same fantasy world as the novel The Wizard and the Dragon.

The series follows Kate and her partner Calder as they deal with any monsters that threaten their home of Harkam’s Bridge. Kate is still rebuilding her life after purposely wiping her memories, left with only a note from her former self. She struggles to recover her abilities and adjust to the chaotic life she has been suddenly dropped into.

The Immortal Demon takes places six months after Kate first woke up with her memories erased. She is given a job outside of her home town for the first time since assuming the role of a monster slayer.

Otis Smith, a serial killer that returns from the dead, is hounding the village of Thandor. Each time they kill him he returns three days later–always three days later. Death is a minor inconvenience to him and he only laughs, sings, and smiles as he is struck down each time. Kate and Calder will have to solve the mystery of the seemingly immortal man before he kills everyone, life by life.

The WishKeeper (The Paragonia Chronicles)

by Maximilian Timm

When a broken-winged, rebellious teenage fairy discovers that her family’s WishMakers made an all-important True Love Wish, she secretly ventures to the human world in order to grant it despite the impossibility and to prove that she can be a WishKeeper. An adventure to prove her worth turns into a battle against dark forces determined to harness the wish’s power, as well as the insecurities that arise within the little fairy herself.

Shea Evenstar must overcome her doubts, fears and apprehensions, but even more so, the painful discovery of a hidden family secret.

We, WishMakers, all have a WishKeeper assigned to us that protects and guides our wishes toward fulfillment. Teenage, broken-winged Shea is determined to become one.

Gatemoodle: Book One of The Gates Of Inland

by John Rosegrant

Life is complicated enough for seventeen-year-old Dan with his embarrassing old friends and confusing new crush. But when his childhood stuffed beaver starts popping up where he doesn’t belong and messing with Dan’s head, things take a turn for the totally bizarre. And that’s before a little old man suddenly appears in his bedroom to play computer games. Has Dan totally lost his grip on realityâ??or is the strange visitor for real when he says he needs help to keep the passage open to some magical world called Inland? Gatemoodle is the debut fantasy novel by John Rosegrant that stirs up a mind-stretching brew of brilliant magic, wisecracking humor, and even one or two clues to the meaning of life. The book introduces a new breed of adventurers who explore supernatural enchantments while still grappling with good old teenage life. Dan was already stressed about his future and his friends. His best friend Josh wants to hunt Sasquatch. And Dan has a massive crush on Maggie, but she seems more drawn to the Goth kid called the Green Goblin. Not only that, but Dan still has to get his head around the weird little man in his room, who calls himself a Gatekeeper and who looks curiously like the guy Dan saw at the office of his new therapist, Dr. Green. As Dan tries to open a magical gate and get to know Maggie, he also must open up to feelings about her gay friends, drug use, and troubled past. The Gatekeeper and Dr. Green are there to help him make some sense of it all, which is definitely a good thing considering creatures are trying to kill him. Can Dan escape to a magical world, or is there too much to do in his own, very real world? Find out in Gatemoodle, the wildly inventive tale that mashes up reality with fantasy in astonishing new ways. You’re sure to eagerly follow Dan’s foray into uncharted realms as he faces odd and terrifying dangers, gathers strange allies, and draws on resources he never knew he had.


by Samantha Bennett

Sixteen-year-old Norla was born a slave in the kingdom of Reislan, destined to a life of grueling labor atop King’s Mountain. Freedom is nothing but a halfhearted dream until Pallo, a young count bound by his own unwanted destiny, chooses the beautiful Norla to be his suryan, the mistress of his household. Resourceful and fiercely independent, Norla plans to use her new position at the palace to secure her mother’s freedom.

Norla does not plan on catching the eye of the powerful but wicked King Vaskel, who sets an impossible quest; if Pallo can accomplish it, Norla’s mother will be freed. If Pallo dies trying, however, Norla will belong to the kingâ??a life of slavery far worse than any on the mountain.

So begins the quest for Penumbra, an infamous criminal whose capture will bring them favor, fortune, and freedom. But Norla and Pallo soon unearth much more than a criminal: masked assassins, ancient armies, and a mysterious man who carries the heavy fate of kingdoms upon his dusty shoulders. Before the quest is over, Norla and Pallo must decide what they believe, who they believe, and how much they are willing to risk for true freedom. (YA Inspirational Fantasy recommended for ages 14 and up)

Opal Wine

by Alan Loewen

A collection of anthropomorphic-themed stories compiled for Morphicon 2012. This collection represents a period from 1998 to 2011, four of the stories being published in this collection for the first time. Stories include: The Substance Of Things Hoped For; The Clockwork Cat; Sawyer; Fox Hunt; Festival Of Masks; Wild Carrot; A Fairy Tale; My Pretty Pony; Nightmares; Storyteller; Lair Of The White Rabbit; Pick’s Model; and Coventry House.

Off the Beaten Path: Eight Tales of the Paranormal

by Jason T. Graves

A collection of eight paranormal short stories from seven fresh Indie voices.

End Game

by Maxwell Zwain

A young girl must outwit an ancient evil to save the human race

Urban Legends

by Sheri Ann Richerson

A legend as we all know is something from the past that is told over and over again. Sometimes these stories are verifiable through newspaper clippings or other similar sources and sometimes not.
Naturally some legends are better than others. Some of these legends are verifiable at least in part and some are truly fiction. The determining factor in whether or not an urban legend stays around has to do with how believable it is. It also is determined in part by how many people know the story and continue to spread it.


by Bill Turner

Un2dead (call it un-undead) is a humorous adult sc-fi/horror/fantasy that involves chorrizo and egg tacos, a vintage El Camino, a guy that used to be a vampire that has lost his fangs, a green-eyed lady, a granny that hunts wolves and a few other “misfits”. Yep, it’s a love story.

Wedding Superstitions

by Sheri Ann Richerson

Superstitions abound everywhere and affect every part of our lives. Many people believe that superstitions are based on truth; others simply regard them as old wives’ tales. When it comes to weddings many superstitions come to mind such as not letting the groom see the bride in the wedding dress before she walks down the aisle or that rain on your wedding day means your life will be full of tears.

The Monster Slayer: Werewolf (Series One, Book Four)

by Joseph Anderson

The Monster Slayer: Werewolf is the fourth novella in a series based in the same fantasy world as the novel The Wizard and the Dragon.

The series follows Kate and her partner Calder as they deal with any monsters that threaten their home of Harkam’s Bridge. Kate is still rebuilding her life after purposely wiping her memories, left with only a note from her former self. She struggles to recover her abilities and adjust to the chaotic life she has been suddenly dropped into.

WEREWOLF takes place eight months after Kate woke up with her memories erased. She and Calder are called to the city of Salim, upriver from Harkam’s Bridge and built on the coast of a great lake. A monster is feeding on people in the docks. A monster that, according to the books that were left to Kate, shouldn’t exist.

Tides of War

by J.C. Christen

Violet’s just a teenage girl living an unassuming life in the small town of Springwood. Even though she’s being raised by her very loving yet reclusive uncle, she’s still always felt as though there were a strange, unexplainable emptiness within her. Once she crosses paths with the mysterious Noah, things begin to change, and secrets that had been buried long ago start to rise to the surface. Noah was born into a secret society of hunters that has been fighting a hidden war for over a thousand years against an elusive foe, the ancient and powerful djinn. As events begin to lead to an inevitable clash, Noah will have to make a choice between the life he knows and the life he wants.

Immortalibus Bella

by SL Figuhr

Civilization has come and gone in an event known as the The Great Cataclysm.  No one knows who, what, or even why it started.  What humans remain are left to fight for survival in a world which has gone back to a second dark ages.

Almost all traces of our modern society have vanished, lost to age and the elements. Tales and legends have been handed down from the long ago future for over 2,500 years.

Hiding in the midsts, are Immortals. Some are still looking for old enemies, others are trying to rule their own kingdoms, and one has just awoken from a centuries sleep.

A small, mountain valley town becomes the convergence point where ancient and new grudges are played out.

Three Days of Christmas (Short story)

by Brida Anderson

A day in the life â?¦ make that: three days in the life of Harcos Sunblade, changeling elf and previously the Wild Hunt’s best tracker. Now he’s their favorite prey for eluding them for so long.

Hiding from the Wild Hunt among humans, Harcos feels honor-bound to help them prepare for Winter Solstice – even if that means enduring the company of Em, a strong-willed, double-chinned woman with a penchant for mutton-dishes. Out hunting game for the Solstice dinner, he comes across a trap in the woods, hiding something peculiar â?¦

This short story is a step away from my usual style and elfish themes – to enhance your Christmas mood with a little elfish touch. Enjoy 🙂

The Telepathic Clans (The Telepathic Clans Saga, Books 1 and 2)

by BR Kingsolver

Book 1 of the Telepathic Clans Saga.

The history of the Clans, called the Sidhe by the Irish, stretches back to antiquity. The Goddess blesses Her people with 25 Telepathic Gifts. In addition to Telepathy, the Gifts include command over Air and Fire, Telekinesis and Teleportation. In over 2,500 years, She has never bestowed more than 15 Gifts on a single person.

Brenna Morgan was orphaned at eight when her parents were killed in a plane crash. Through one foster home after another, she carried the ornate, carved wooden box her mother had left with her, keeping it always a secret. Then one night she stumbles over a man who claims her as family.

Brenna’s life isn’t the same after she discovers her unusual and mysterious heritage. In addition to being a telepath, Brenna learns she has the Succubus Gift.

That’s just the beginning of her problems. Someone is stalking her. Then there’s the tall, dangerous woman who shadows her and hints a Goddess has linked them. And what is she going to do with a handsome, charismatic, womanizing man she knows she should avoid?

Some days a girl just wants to pull the covers over her head and stay in bed — with a willing young man of course.

Urban Fantasy with a dash of romance. The Succubus Gift is a completely different take on the succubus myth. Beautiful women and hot men in a world with a hidden telepathic subculture.

Book 2 of the Telepathic Clans Saga.

It’s not easy being a succubus.

Brenna O’Donnell and Rebecca Healy continue their integration into the Clan. Learning more about their Gifts and always seeking someone who will love them. After a crash course in learning about her genetic heritage, Brenna O’Donnell has discovered what it really means to be a succubus and has learned to embrace her strange Gift. Her major concern is whether Collin will accept her for what she is. As she adjusts to telepathic society, others in the Clan have plans that will strip the last of her freedom.

The social season is around the corner, including events that Brenna never imagined in her wildest dreams. The succubi, representatives of the Goddess on earth, are at the center of an ancient worship. And if a girl is going to be the center of attention, then obviously she needs a new dress.

Between the romance and glistening balls of the Clan’s social events, Brenna and Rebecca discover life is not secure. Telepaths from other Clans are kidnapping young girls and selling them into slavery.

A continuation of what one reviewer called an, “… utterly heart stopping onslaught of sex, violence and paranormal abilities …”

The Monster Slayer: Zombies (Series One, Book Five)

by Joseph Anderson

The series one finale of The Monster Slayer sees Kate facing the same forces that caused her life to be destroyed one year earlier.

ZOMBIES follows Kate and Calder as they fight through hordes of undead infesting the ruins on the eastern coast. Secrets are revealed as they deal with a threat both in the present and the past.

A dragon is destroying villages and towns in the country of Huron. Prompted by the monster’s most recent attack, Kate is hired to investigate the threat. She has heard the stories of the bodies of dead vanishing from the destroyed settlements on the coast. Are the mysterious necromancers working with the dragon, or is something more sinister developing?

The Monster Slayer stories are a series of novellas based in the same fantasy world as the novel “The Wizard and the Dragon”.

The Monkey Man Of India: A Figment Of Imagination Or A Fact?

by Sheri Ann Richerson

According to probes by forensic experts and psychiatrists the monkey man is nothing more than a “mere figment of the imagination of emotionally weak people” a report in The Times Of India said. But could this monkey-like creature with metallic claws be alive? After all, why would a substantial reward for his capture be offered if he weren’t real?
With over 350 reports of people seeing this creature or being attacked by him doesn’t it stand to reason that he exists. It would seem normal to be hysterical after spotting or even being attacked by an unknown creature.

The Mad Wizard’s Legacy (Ancient Skies)

by Christopher O’Kennon

This adventure is the first part of the “Ancient Skies” series. All of the Ancient Skies adventures can be dropped into any existing campaign, as long as the overall storyline doesn’t conflict with the campaign storyline.

The premise behind Ancient Skies is that long before humans, elves, dragons, and every other creature in the Pathfinder universe walked the earth, a much older race existed. Few even know of the existence of this “precursor race.” Those that know, a small cabal of historians known as “the Preservers,” call them “the Ancients” and believe that they are in some way the source of all life in the universe. Although the Ancients are almost certainly long gone, the Preservers believe caches of their technology and culture are hidden throughout the world.

The Ancients were believed to be a very advanced civilization, covering all corners of the globe and even reaching out to the stars themselves. They had powerful weapons and unheard of technology. Finding anything tied to the Ancients is a treasure hunters dream.



A boy with supernatural powers who lived alone in an remote island decides for the first time to cross the sea near fishermen land. He had both pleasant and unpleasant encounters.

Ride To The Devil (The Devil Series #2)

by Brandy Isaacs

Purification: that’s what The Sol Invictus is after. And the cult will destroy anyone who gets in its way. With all the power in the world, Harley thought life would be easier. But the sacrifice she made may prove to be more than she expected. A creature of the dark at one with the light, she has brought balance to this dimension. But balance is a fickle thing, too easily shaken. The Sol is after her power and will stop at nothing to get it. The cult’s malevolent schemes will bring Harley to a pivotal decision that could destroy everything they have been fighting for. Calling on old friends to battle new evils, Harley must stop the Sol even if it costs her more than her own life.

The Wiccan Kitten

by Susanne Saville

Contemporary Salem witch Freyja Amador must cast a spell to save the ghost cat haunting her apartment from her landlord’s exorcism. Unfortunately, her spell’s success can only be guaranteed through sex magick. She needs a man. And she believes she has just met the perfect one.

Shane Logan, however, has troubles of his own. Operating under a centuries-old faerie curse, Shane must find a woman who can fall in love with him in just three days — and having sex is not an option.

Will they both get what they need before time runs out on Halloween?

Previously released by The Wild Rose Press

Teenage Thor: The Hammer Falls (Teenage Thor Book One)

by Michael Blackthorne

Alex Storm is a skinny, ordinary thirteen-year-old comic-book nerd, starting high school in Los Angeles where new bullies replace the established ones in junior high. Even Alex’s friends give him a hard time, that is, until a mysterious and magical hammer falls from the sky and nearly kills him. It doesn’t take him long to figure out that it’s the legendary hammer of the Norse god, Thor, but why did it come to Alex and why then? When strange blonde men wearing black leather jackets and using impossibly advanced technology start looking for the weapon, Alex has to learn how to use it quickly or not only would he be at risk, but everyone he knows. And after all, what teenage boy doesn’t dream of being a superhero?

The Masque of all Mysteries (a tale of Merlin)

by Jenny Hall

Merlin, King Arthur, the mad witch and me – Jack.
Jack is our 20th Century hero who travels through the five books of this series starting age 9 in Book 1 through to age 18 in Book 5. Merlin – magician and sorcerer extraordinaire – from his Sky Tower, has has been exploring the avenues of time for a modern man who has the Druidic gifts of the â??Old Way’ and finds that his searching points to Jack. Imagine his surprise when he draws him back – on the dragon’s breath – to Dark Ages Britain and finds him a boy of only 9 summers. â??But he is fresh and new to mould,’ he reasons; â??I need to know the future as well as training him up in the here and now,’ Merlin also tells himself and so begins an adventure for Jack as he time travels back and forth through the mists learning the arts required to protect the Once and Future King – Arthur. But from what or from whom?
The mad witch, that’s who! Mab, who has delved into the dark arts and visited places she should never have even contemplated, knows something of the future, albeit in a muddled way, but one thing she’s certain of is that of the prophecy – if she doesn’t kill Arthur first, he will kill her! As the series progresses she appears to get stronger (and smellier as she believes that bathing will not only wash away the dirt but also her power – so it is safe to say that she is often smelled long before she arrives) and also crazier, which make her take risks that could go either way. So – will she achieve her goal?
Further interesting characters include Arthur’s wolfhound, Cabal, who becomes Jack’s best friend and is also able to travel across time. Cabal, like Jack, Merlin and a few others, can mind-speak, a great help in time of trouble; Shake Spear, one of Arthur’s men, a valiant fighter and man of huge stature but who is so short sighted that he is a danger to friend and foe alike, so after being told just to roar out battle cries and shake his spear (hence his name) so that his friends could be safe, he was allowed to join in the battles; Salazar, the African – also a Druid; and, of course, the beautiful Rhianne! When Jack first arrives in Dark Ages Britain he, Arthur and Rhianne are so close in age that they immediately become firm friends. Apart from these main characters, each book brings new, amazing and mysterious beings – dragons, giants, dinosaurs, lions, chimera, the Faerie, pirates, to name but a few, along with magical masks, goblins, ghouls and ghosts galore – some seeming to have come from the pit of hell itself.
Each tale romps along at a cracking pace and though every book is a stand-alone novel there is an overall story that links them all together in the age-old battle of good versus evil.
Jack is now an old man and has begun to tell these tales of his adventures to his two young grandsons. As he does so it seems that the days in 20th Century Britain are getting darker and before long they are all being threatened by a frightening and malevolent force. Has that mad woman found a way to travel across time to take her revenge on him after all these years? And, after all these years without hearing a word, is Merlin about to come once more onto the scene? Well, who am I to say in such a short write up?
These books are aimed purely at fantasy adventure lovers. There is no age restriction. The youngest reader so far was just 9 years old whilst the oldest was 85 and they loved them.

The Fall of Chaos (Heaven’s Damned Part 2)

by Maxwell Zwain

Although Mikaela has sworn to protect humankind, all she wants is a normal life-a human life. But how can she have one when the ancient Fallen Angel of Chaos is hunting her down? What does the Fallen see in Mikaela and what kind of plans does she have for the hybrid?

He on all fours

by Bethany Blaze

Inspired by Kent sightings, but of what ?

Incorporating possible consequences of, illegal animal trade, everyday life, death and a little supernatural twist.

The story is set in Southbourough in Kent and surrounding areas,

Tunbridge Wells, Bidborough, Haysden and Sevenoaks, with parts

of the story traveling to Rwanda.

Lost Girl: Hidden Book One

by Colleen Vanderlinden

“Strong characters, interesting mythology, humor, romance, and a believable struggle for a worthy hero to find her identity and protect the people she cares about. Hidden starts out strong, and it’s only getting better.” — Alex Hansen, author of The Weather Man

“[Hidden]…marries urban legends and Greek mythology, along with a bit of superhero swagger.” — Teresa Gryph, via WebFictionGuide.

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Molly Brooks is a telepathic vigilante with a few secrets and a mysterious past. Determined to make something of her bizarre powers, she devotes herself to saving those who need her most. One night, she’s followed by a powerful being in a pickup truck, and her world will never be the same. Finding herself thrust into a world full of supernatural beings she could have only imagined, Molly learns how powerful she really is, and how much she stands to lose.

Combining elements of urban fantasy and paranormal romance, Lost Girl is the first book in the Hidden series by author Colleen Vanderlinden.

Beowulf’s Struggle

by Shana O’Quinn

A re-imagining of the classic Anglo-Saxon tale Beowulf. This fantasy retelling covers Beowulf’s confrontation with Grendel’s mother and the aftermath, as she is an unearthly creature that cannot be killed by normal means. The Queen of the Danes, Wealthow, may hold the answer in her strange visions and precognition, which will certainly be needed after the monster’s mother’s evil kin comes calling.

Dark Christmas Tales

by James Dwyer

Five short stories taking a darker look at the Christmas period. In this time of overwhelming Xmas cheer, constant barrage of festive music & films, television filled with adverts demanding the perfect Christmas, these stories offer an alternative.

Take a break from the festivities, settle down by the fire, and read these five stories. Ideal for a cold, dark, silent Christmas night.


Peter is a troubled young boy, the victim of a merciless bully. The only escape is the yearly visits of his brother at Christmas. His brother won’t be coming home this Christmas. Killed in action. Facing a bleak future alone, Peter has only one option left. Continue the tradition, in memory of his brother. Build The Snowman.


Kap is an elf working nightmare shifts in Santa’s workshop. Unable to take it any more, Kap sets in motion a plan to escape from his slavery. Can he lead a revolution that will free the elves from their evil oppressor – Father Christmas?


A deadly new flu epidemic hits Britain. Transmitted by man’s best friend. The message goes out. Kill your dog or you will die. Can Fred, a miserable old alcoholic, murder his only friend to save his own life?


An ancient being awakens to find itself imprisoned by an inferior race.


In a village of eternal summer, a young girl discovers the horrible price paid to keep winter at bay. Can she escape the fate chosen for her that leads only to a cold, dark future?

Hexkeeper (A Tale of Steam and Sorcery)

by Clinton Hill

Every thirty years the four rival nations of Asertia compete in the Royal Regatta – a race that determines the ruler of the world council until the next race. Dominic Drake’s world gets turned upside down when one of the nation not his own inexplicably recruits him as their captain. There’s just two problems with this; Dominic doesn’t know the first thing about ships, and the race takes place in the sky. In a world rife with magic and machinery, can Dominic Drake overcome all odds to win the race, despite being branded as a traitor?

Redemption (Waking Up Dead)

by April Margeson

Laynie has discovered that there is a way out of her situation. Surrounded by friends and family, she finds that she has a choice to become something better than the vampire that she was forced to be. All she has wanted was to become the most simple thing in life…human. Through even being locked in her own mind, faith in love and change find her and her destiny will soon be changed forever. Everything comes with a price.

The Creators of Tothale (James-Robert Knight’s Multiverse)

by James-Robert Knight

Nexxus Drako, Jarokn and Sevestra Rythorn are the creation trio, who are threatened by Draco Draconius, the anti-creator. War begins, people die, and the ultimate sacrifice must be made!

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