Free fantasy Kindle books for 12 Aug 16

Deviants of Giftborn (The Etherya Series Book 1)

by Zuri Amarcya

Better deviant than dead.

Raised among hostile, violent beggars, Nemma longs for the safety of her family and a better quality of life. She uses trickery and brute force to survive, but living among the desperate has its risks. When she inadvertently kills two powerful magiens, with a power she didn’t realize she had, she is forced to flee and seek help. This sets in motion a chase that will have a fatal end for her if she is unable to escape the all-powerful Sovereign Order.

Ambitious merchant, Clisantha, manipulates others to work her way up the social hierarchy in Torak City. She uses her illegal powers to preserve her status, scrutinize her devious Lord stepfather and meddle with a mysterious magien. However, when hidden memories of her long-deceased father resurface, she becomes absorbed in the mystery surrounding his death, forcing her to put herself, her beliefs and everything she has strived for at risk.

Nemma and Clisantha’s lives collide and revolve as they fall deeper into the secrets of their past, revealing a truth far more devastating than they could ever have imagined.

Deviants of Giftborn is the first installment of The Etherya Series, a thrilling epic fantasy saga exploring the cost of consequence, justice and power. If you like compelling action, determined heroines, and magical societies, Zuri Amarcya’s adventurous and enchanting tale is perfect for you.

Buy Deviants of Giftborn today to join the adventure!

Fantasy of Fire (The Tainted Accords Book 3)

by Kelly St. Clare

Fantasy of Fire is the third title in The Tainted Accords.

An army is half way to Glacium.

And not just any army – it belongs to my mother.

Time is running out as I rush to prevent a war which will kill thousands; The Solati people, my brothers, and the many Bruma I’ve come to care for.

Yet it appears preventing this interworld war is just one snowball in an avalanche of problems as the situation in Glacium becomes volatile and destructive. My various identities hover on the edge of discovery forcing me to consider drastic action, and questions I’ve had since the abrubt end of the peace delegation are answered.
The two halves of me tug in opposite directions. The Tatuma of Osolis knows what she should do, and the Olina of Nowhere Special finally knows what feels right.

What it really comes down to is, am I brave enough to follow my heart?

Praise for Fantasy of Flight (#2) “Kelly St. Clare has quickly become one of my favorite authors and I am now a fan for life.” – AmiesBookReviews.

“This story is wonderful for teenage girls, young women and the all around book lover.” – GenuineJenn

(Warning: Cliffhanger ending, sexual themes, swearing, and kick ass).

Sera’s Dragon (Fire Mates Book 1)

by Lexxie Couper

Finding your fire mate is easy. Convincing your fire mate she is fated to be yours…not so much! Soar with the dragons of Australia in Sera’s Dragon from awarding winning erotic paranormal romance author Lexxie Couper. Book 1 of her Fire Mates series will keep you turning the pages of this contemporary paranormal suspense.

Life isn’t easy for a modern-day dragon shifter. Unlike those wuss werewolves, dragons can’t just shift and go for a run through the nearest forest. They can’t go flying on a whim. Forget about scared villagers slinging arrows; these days it’s Neighborhood Watch zealots with AK-47s. Then there’s the whole sex issue. Try telling the little cutie at the local Starbucks that a soul-shattering orgasm might end in bed flambé. No, being a dragon shifter kinda sucks. And for Tyson, it’s even worse–because he’s suddenly in heat.

Bad news for the stranger he spies running along Bondi Beach.

Ty instantly recognizes Sera as his mate. Now he has to convince her, while also dodging the psychopathic dragon hunter on his tail. Scorching sexual persuasion should do the trick. Hopefully. Because if Ty doesn’t join with his Fire Mate before his heat cycle finishes, bad things will happen. Lots of bad things.

This erotic paranormal suspense contains dragons, shapeshifters, werewolves, and adult themes. Sera’s Dragon is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

Previously Published: (2011) Ellora’s Cave, Original Title: Ty the Sexy Dragon

The Soul’s Mark: FOUND

by Ashley Stoyanoff

Anxious to leave her destructive past behind, Amelia Caldwell moves to Willowberg, excited for a fresh start. Once there, she discovers that her birthmark is more than it seems. She has been marked by a vampire’s soul. Not only does she hold his soul, but Amelia is also his soulmate.

After almost a century of searching for his soulmate, Mitchell Lang fears the worstâ??he is going to lose Amelia to another man. His heart takes over, and his impulsive decision to take away her free will and to intensify their bond quickly turns her growing love into hate.

When they become trapped in the emotional rollercoaster of their souls’ bond, open conflict erupts. Amelia has no intentions of belonging to anyone, not even her soulmate, and Mitchell refuses to let her go.

While she frantically searches for a way to escape his grasp, Amelia unlocks the painful memories of her past and uncovers a powerful secret. But before she has a chance to explore her newfound edge, she finds herself caught in the middle of a deadly game of revenge and is forced to realize that YOU CANNOT RUN FROM DESTINY.

True Fire Book 2. The Fall of Belvedere

by B. Cameron Lee

In this, the second volume of True Fire, the Empress Martine, with the assistance of a Q’Herindam Dark Mage, makes a concerted attempt to take the city of Belvedere in Southland and rule in Dominion over all the lands. As her horde streams through the gates into Belvedere, her success is almost guaranteed, only she has overlooked Arwhon and the shadowy being within him.

With his Shield and Servant, Arwhon fights Martine in unexpected ways, using strategy which flows into his head unasked for and always seems to be the correct way to go. While Arwhon is occupied, Kuiran discovers his true identity in a most unusual way and finds a guardian who has been watching out for him. Trouble is, Martine’s army is camped outside Belvedere’s gates and the Reavers are coming with a hundred ships!

Many more characters are introduced into the unfolding and enlarging story of Arwhon and his fight against evil, as new lands and the people inhabiting them are introduced and brought to life.

Claimed by the Elven King: Part One

by Cristina Rayne

This is Part One of a four-part serialized Fantasy Erotic Romance with a novelette length of about 11,000 words. It is not meant to be read as a standalone entry and contains strong sexual content.

For Emily Ford, being awakened in the dead of night by what seems to be the very shadows in her bedroom come to life is the least of her worries as she is spirited away to become the new wife of an elven king for the purpose of bearing his heirs. Entranced despite herself by his ethereal beauty, Emily surrenders willingly to his seduction and is introduced to a new world of sexual pleasures she had not thought possible outside of a dream.

But can a human ever really win the heart of an elf or have a place within the elven court, especially when the biggest obstacle to both is her new husband’s barren and resentful queen who makes no qualms about wanting Emily gone and, if the whispers within the court are to be believed, is prepared to do the unspeakable to make it happen?

Sky Ghosts: The Night Before – A Sky Ghosts short story (Urban Fantasy series for adults)

by Alexandra Engellmann

For centuries, Sky Ghosts have been hiding their differences from humans, living among them in secret. Their powers, skills, and the gift of flight turned them into the best protectors the human elite could ever have. But for every one of them who believes in fair work and duty, there are ten more who use their power to prey on the weak and avoid justice. They’re called Sky Beasts, and the war between them and the New York Sky Ghosts Headquarters has reached a fevered pitch.

Patricia aka Pain is known as the “kill first, ask questions later” kind of girl. An urban legend at twenty-one, she helps to secure the Headquarters’ future in her own way – by slaughtering Beasts in between working bodyguard jobs. When a certain gang leader resurfaces on the gloomy Brooklyn outskirts, she makes a plan, which includes her big sword, her best friend, and good old improvisation.

There’s only one minor detail – it all sounds too good to not be a trap.

Sky Ghosts: The Night Before is a short standalone story, serving as a free preview* to the Sky Ghosts series. A crossover between Urban Fantasy and Action Comedy, it’s suitable both for adults and young adults.

What reviewers say

Sky Ghosts is for those who enjoy

– Fantasy novels not centered on romance

– Secret organizations and assassin fantasy

– Themes of brotherhood, duty, and honor

You may like it if you’re a fan of

– Suicide Squad and Deadpool

– The Avengers, Buffy, and all things Joss Whedon

– The A-Team, X-Men, and Arrow

Warning: the book contains strong language, graphic violence, and unhealthy doses of black humor

*The book will be available for free once Amazon does the price matching

Guns of the Temple (The Polaris Chronicles Book 1)

by Bryan Choi

The Argead Dominion is the last holdout against the Imperial Padishah’s brutal westward expansion. An aging arsenal of decaying tanks and antique rifles lets Argead forces scrape by, but true victories are won by the Polaris: elite battle-mages enslaved for the world-ending sins of their ancestors.

Taki is an ambitious Polaris stuck with the dregs of his kind in a squad named Tirefire the Lesser. Though career suicide might be bearable in the right company, his new companions are anything but. The sniper despises him, the man-at-arms is profoundly depressed, and his beautiful captain has a penchant for beating her underlings.

As the invading horde draws closer, this squad of defectives must band together despite the long odds against them. But with Imperial assassins out for their blood and treachery from within their own ranks, survival will come with a high price.

After Dark: Night Walkers

by Katherine Nevitt


If you liked the Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare then you are sure to love After Dark.

Bell has been living on her own for the last year, going out only to hunt down the creature that killed both her parents and her foster parents. Her only friend is a Bull Mastiff named Lucian, the only light in her life. A sticky situation leads her to find others like herself.
In a world where building are locked from dusk until dawn Bell must fight her way through darkness to avenge her parents deaths.

Nehalennia’s Magic

by Ingrid de Haas

The North Sea swallows an entire town, with all its people and all its buildings. Two thousand years later, the magical statue from one of its temples reaches out to an archaeologist with some special powers and leads her to the submerged town. And so a long-forgotten goddess with a mysterious name sees the light again.

The Very Best of Tony Richards

by Tony Richards

Tony Richards (born 1956, just outside of London, England) began his career as a science fiction writer, before a series of his stories in the Pan and Fontana Books of Horror and The Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories caught the public’s attention. He has since been a regular contributor to Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance magazine, The 3rd Alternative, Black Static, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and numerous anthologies and smaller magazines. His first supernatural novel, The Harvest Bride, was shortlisted for the HWA Bram Stoker Award, and he has since published some dozen others.

He has continued to work in other genres as well, contributing to Isaac Asimov’s SF Magazine and – very regularly – to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. His first crime novel, The Desert Keeps Its Dead, appeared in 2014, and a second – The Tribe – is due out late in 2016. He has penned enough short fiction to fill seven collections, and his third – Going Back – made the shortlist for the British Fantasy Awards. Stories of his have seen inclusion in The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, Stephen Jones’ Great Ghost Stories (the best fiction from the Fontana Book), and The Best of Cemetery Dance.

He keeps on writing to this day in a wide variety of styles, and his Raine’s Landing supernatural adventure novels on Kindle have attracted a cult following. This book contains no less than 38 handpicked stories – horror, ghost, dark fantasy, mystery, crime, sf, fusion fiction, and even paranormal romance – representing the best of his work.

“An amazing voice” – James A. Moore, author.

“A master of the art,” – Black Static magazine.

“Richards is a master” – Romantic Times Book Review.

“A hell of a writer, one of today’s masters of dark fiction” – Horror World.

“An author at the height of his powers. He’s every bit as good as the best you’d care to mention” – Amazon reviews.

“Man, this guy can write” – Ed Gorman, author.

“A terrific author. A unique and eloquent voice” – John Pelan, publisher.

“Once again, Richards confirms his superb storytelling skill” – SF Site.

“Tony Richards understands the balance that must be upheld between fantasy and reality. He has immediately established himself as a favorite in my mind” – Matt Molgaard, reviewer.

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