Free horror Kindle books for 27 May 15

Paris Immortal

by S. Roit

(Book one in Series)

When Trey meets his new legal clients, the stunning Michel and

his equally striking partner Gabriel, he can’t believe his luck.

Rumor has it that the pair can be difficult at times; they have a

staggering number of assets to manage and are elusive during the day.

Trey settles into his new Parisian home, making friends and meeting

romantic interests, but none so fascinating as Michel and Gabriel. There’s

something familiar about them, about their peculiarities, and Trey can’t

shake the feeling that he’s missing something important. They seem kind

enough, if distant at times, and as Trey’s life becomes more complicated,

they appear to want to protect him.

But what if they’re the ones putting him in danger?

Night Wolf: A Fantasy of The Nocturne: (BBW Wolf Paranormal Romance)

by Alisia Garrett

***This is a STANDALONE story. This a NOT a full-length book. This short ends in a happily ever after with no cliffhanger***

She knows her name is Suzette; beyond this basic fact, she has little knowledge of where she came from, who she is, or how she ended up in a beautiful, upscale mansion that claims a sole resident: a gorgeous billionaire named Rolf Randall. After healing her bruised head and allaying her fears, Rolf treats her to the fantasy romance of a lifetime….

Trekking the forest in his naturemade form, the being of a werewolf, Rolf Randall comes upon an unconscious woman who has suffered a fall in the forest. Morphing to his human form, that of a billionaire doctor whose powers of healing are unrivaled worldwide, he takes the woman home to care for her; and upon discovering that his patient is a warm, charming woman open to adventure, he embarks on a passionate affair with the spirited Suzette–a relationship that faces imminent destruction when she learns his deep, dark secret….

Note: Contains Explicit Scenes of Passion and Desire. Intended For Adult Eyes Only!

The Nibelungenlied (Illustrated)

by Anonymous

“Over the sea there dwelt a queen whose like was never known, for she was of vast strength and surpassing beauty. With her love as the prize, she vied with brave warriors at throwing the javelin, and the noble lady also hurled the weight to a great distance and followed with a long leap; and whoever aspired to her love had, without fail, to win these three tests against her, or else, if he lost but one, he forfeited his head.”

The Nibelungenlied or The Song of the Nibelungs is the greatest saga from medieval Germany. This epic story of murder, a masterpiece of chivalric drama, formed the basis for Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle.

Dragon-slayer Siegfried, a great prince of the Netherlands, wins the hand of the beautiful princess Kriemhild of Burgundy, by aiding her brother Gunther in his struggle to seduce a powerful Icelandic Queen. But the two women quarrel, and Siegfried is ultimately destroyed by those he trusts the most.

This newly revised edition for 2015 includes a link to a free unabridged audio recording of The Nibelungenlied as well as an image gallery showcasing classic art commissioned for the work over the years, with stunning illustrations from Johann Heinrich Füssli, Arthur Rackham, Johann Heinrich Füssli and others.

Images include:

Gunther’s wedding night (Johann Heinrich Füssli 1807).

“Siegfried’s Departure” (Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, ca. 1843).

Hagen orders servants to sink the hoard in the Rhine (Peter von Cornelius, 1859).

Kriemhild showing Gunther’s head to Hagen (Johann Heinrich Füssli, ca. 1805).

Kriemhild and Gunther (Johann Heinrich Füssli, 1807).

Siegfried blows his horn (1911) by Arthur Rackham.

“Sigurd proofs the sword Gram” (1901) by Johannes Gehrts.

Sigurd and Brunhild (Harry George Theaker).

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