Free fantasy Kindle books for 28 Sep 14

Blades Of Magic: Crown Service #1

by Terah Edun

It is not a peaceful time in the Algardis Empire. War is raging between the mages and seventeen-year-old Sara Fairchild will be right in the middle of it.

She just doesn’t know it yet.

Sara is the daughter of a disgraced imperial commander, executed for desertion. Sara is also the best duelist and hand-to-hand combatant in Sandrin. She lives quietly with her family’s shame but when challenged about her family’s honor, her opponent inevitably loses.

On the night she finds out her father’s true last actions, she takes the Mercenary Guilds’ vows to serve in the emperor’s army. Using her quick wits and fierce fighting skills, she earns a spot in the first division.

There she discovers secrets the mages on both sides would prefer stay hidden. Dark enemies hunt her and soon it’s not just Sara questioning the motivation behind this war.

While fighting mages, blackmailing merchants and discovering new friends, Sara comes across something she’s never had before – passion. The question is – can she fight for her empress against a mage who might unwittingly claim her heart?

This is year one of the Initiate Wars. Sara is hoping it doesn’t become the year she dies.

Gypsy (Traveling Girls Book 1)

by Cynthia Harrison

Laurel Berman doesn’t know why she has inherited special gifts for use in another realm, but she accepts her fate. With the help of her otherworldly guide, she builds her skills to include traveling through time and space. In collaboration with Romany cop Nate Haywood, she is able to access even more power. Nate doesn’t rely on the old superstitions to do his job, but Laurel tempts him in more ways than one. When an anti-Gypsy campaign in their town gets ugly, they work together to solve the hate crimes, forming a bond that seems unbreakable. But will Nate’s aversion to Laurel’s powers be the end of them?

Incarnadine: The True Memoirs of Count Dracula: Volume One

by R. H. Greene

Bram Stoker’s most terrifying creation tells his own story in Incarnadine: The True Memoirs of Count Dracula. Author R. H. Greene vividly reimagines the harrowing and sensual Dracula mythos as a first person memoir written by Dracula himself. In this first of two volumes, the Medieval origins of Dracula and his three brides are chronicled using elements drawn from Slavic and pre-Christian religious traditions. Horror, wonder, violence and romance combine to reinvent one of literature’s most fascinating characters for the modern era.
Equally a historical adventure and a rumination on mortality and religion, Incarnadine offers a vibrant, picaresque view of the broad social tapestry of Eastern Europe in the late Middle Ages. The novel concludes with the first meeting between Dracula and Stoker protagonist Jonathan Harker, setting the stage for a lively reinvention of Stoker’s Victorian classic in Memoirs, Volume Two.

A Dark Night (The Grandor Descendant Series Book 1)

by Bell Stoires

Even in the shadows there is light and where there is light, there is love…

Ariana Sol is just like any other twenty-four year old. She is a university student, struggling to pay rent and absolutely confused by boys, at least she was. In one night Ari’s entire world is turned upside down, when a stranger rescues her from a brutal attack. But this stranger isn’t normal, hell he isn’t even humanâ?¦ his name is Ragon and he is a vampire.

But Ragon isn’t the only vampire in Brisbane, there are hundreds of them, hiding amongst the shadows of the human sources they feed from. Three laws govern the vampires- the Final Death Laws, and by protecting Ari, Ragon has broken the most sacred one.

What are Ragon’s true reasons for wanting to protect Ariana? There is something he isn’t telling herâ?¦ something that will change everything she thought she knew about her pastâ?¦ something that will shape her future.

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