Free fantasy Kindle books for 27 Aug 16

Flames of Auriel (A Caeles Adventure Book 1)

by Erin Bedford

When living in a world where the prince isn’t always charming, the princess has a mean right hook, and angels are worshiped like gods, love isn’t always easy to find.

Zoe has never been the lady-like princess she’s read about in fairy-tales, even with her very own handsome prince to sweep her off her feet. She doesn’t know what she dislikes more, his arrogant smirk or the way his grey eyes darken when they fight. Angels help him if he doesn’t keep his hands off the help.

Asher won’t admit it, but he admires the fighting style of his warrior princess. She reminds him of an avenging angel the way her fiery hair whips around her as she takes out her challengers. Dark One help him, but she is as tough an opponent on the battlefield as she is off.

With unknown and unwanted feelings starting to emerge between the two royals, a single goodbye turns into a frantic search for a missing princess. Asher has to find the one woman he never thought he’d miss and keep his kingdom safe from an old enemy. If he fails, the angels may not forgive him this time.

Warning: For mature readers.

The Cogsmith’s Daughter (Desertera #1)

by Kate M. Colby

In a desert wasteland, one king rules with absolute power and unquenchable lust, until the cogsmith’s daughter risks everything for vengeance.

Two-hundred years ago, the steam-powered world experienced an apocalyptic flood. When the waters dried up, the survivors settled around their moored steamship in a wasteland they named Desertera. Believing the flood and drought were caused by a scorned goddess, the monarchs demanded execution for anyone who commits the unforgivable sinâ??adultery.

Today, King Archon entraps his wives in the crime of adultery, executing each boring bride to pursue his next infatuation. Most nobles overlook King Archon’s behavior, but when Lord Varick’s daughter falls victim to the king’s schemes, he vows revenge.

When Aya Cogsmith was a young girl, King Archon had her father executed for treason. Orphaned and forced to turn to prostitution for survival, Aya dreams of avenging her father’s death. When Lord Varick approaches Aya with plans for vengeance, she agrees to play the king’s seductressâ??even though it puts her at risk for execution.

Packed with high-society intrigue, dappled with seduction, and driven by revenge, The Cogsmith’s Daughter is a steampunk fantasy novel with the perfect mixture of conspiracy and romance.

Join Aya’s quest for vengeance. Buy The Cogsmith’s Daughter today.


Praise for The Cogsmith’s Daughter

The Cogsmith’s Daughter is now entering into my bookshelf of Gimme More! The story itself intertwines with an apocalyptic steampunk world alongside the dystopian royalty line of stories like Game of Thrones … Kate’s way of blending words into a world is astounding and I cannot wait for the next one.”

– Jonas Lee, Author of A Time to Reap and A Time to Live

“Perfect balance of excitement, romance and suspense!”

– Zachary Paul Chopchinski, Author of The Curious Tale of Gabrielle

“Fiction, at its best, should take you away from your reality … Kate M. Colby, the author, hooked me, kept me interested, and made me look forward to her future works. Well done!

– Fia Essen, Author of Ariel and Anna

El rincón de las tormentas (Spanish Edition)

by César García Muñoz

El rincón de las tormentas es un apacible paraje costero en el que nunca pasa nada� hasta que el asesinato agita sus claras aguas.

La sangre salpica de lleno a los hermanos Solo. Caín y Abel. Nadie en su sano juicio diría que son gemelos, no podían ser más diferentes. Pero tienen algo en común, ambos esconden un don o una maldición, según se mire.

El pasado se remueve y les acecha. Mantenerse con vida es lo único que cuenta.

El rincón de las tormentas está lleno de secretos.

Juma’s Rain: A Fantasy Romance novel set in Stone Age Africa

by Katharina Gerlach

A Fantasy Romance novel set in Stone Age Africa

The sun’s rays parch Juma as she leads her all male family toward the main village. Nothing and no one will stop her from becoming the chieftess’ apprentice. So she ignores the heat. Everything will be better near the lake. But the fields that should sprout green by now lie bare, with precious soil cracked and dry. Even the lake, thought to be everlasting, dwindles.

Juma discovers that heat dæmon Mubuntu is out of control and that the rain goddess is still sleeping. But only Netinu, the chieftess’ son, believes her, and he seems more interested in courting her than in the welfare of the tribe.

With her dreams going up in flames, Juma prepares to battle the dæmon and wake the goddess – and maybe, in the process, prove herself worthy of becoming chieftess.

The eBook also contains the novella “The Rain Maiden” by Theodor Storm

A few words from the author

The main character was named after my World Vision Goddaughter from Kenya. However, I made sure their characters differed greatly. After all this is a made-up Fantasy story. It is loosely based on Theodor Storm’s novella “Die Regentrude” (Germany 1863) but is set in Africa in a tribe of the little known Nok. All we know about this culture is that they left very beautiful clay statues and kilns behind. As far as we know, they went directly from using stone to iron tools without first using copper and brass like the rest of the word. What little I was able to find out about the Nok, I found so fascinating that I wanted to make them come alive again. And what better way to do that than with a love story.

DRM-free DRM is a form of coding than makes it impossible to legally use an eBook on other eReaders. Since I don’t want to patronize my readers, I am not using DRM. This way, everyone who buys one of my eBooks can convert it into the format supported by his/her eReader.

DEMÃ?TER (Spanish Edition)

by Esteban Díaz

Dos muchachas huyen de su tío, un siniestro personaje, maestre de una secta secreta y oscura, que ha destruido su idílico hogar y convertido su vida en una terrible pesadilla. En su escapada llegan a la ciudad de Varna, donde toman un barco que ha de conducirlas a una nueva vida en Londres, pero para llegar a su añorado destino y alcanzar la libertad, deberán realizar una larga travesía, cruzando el Mar Negro, el Egeo, el Mediterráneo, el Golfo de Vizcaya y el Canal de la Mancha, durante todo un mes de viaje en el interior de una reducida goleta en la que se oculta un pasajero inesperado. Un monstruo ávido de sangre.

El horror y la muerte, la paranoia y los bajos instintos humanos, se apoderan de la travesía del Deméter. Un barco en el que viaja la muerte navegando sobre un mar de sangre.


by Jack deBergerac

A global war has threatened the peace of the Kingdom of Verdia and threatens to drag the king deeper into a geopolitical nightmare. Deep in the Svartian desert Lucas Winstead, an officer of the Verdan Royal Marines is wounded and sent home. There, in the capital city he stumbles upon a plot to overthrow the royal family by a cabal of fascist assassins. In a race against time Lucas, joined by the Princess Elyse Amorica must find a way to protect the kingdom and save the royal family.

Blood Moon (The Blood Moon Trilogy Book 1)

by A.D. Ryan

On the night of their twenty-first birthday, Brooke Leighton’s twin brother is mysteriously murdered in a back alley. The mystery surrounding Bobby’s death is never solved, which leads to her unquenchable thirst for justice and a rising career on the police force.

Seven years later, her birthday is still a constant source of discord for her, and no matter how hard she tries to celebrate, she often struggles to just get through the day. This year is no exception when a ghost from her past crashes her party, sending her carefully constructed life into a tailspin and unearthing everything she’s worked so hard to bury.

Her life is only further complicated when she is assigned to a homicide investigation that mirrors her brother’s murder. While examining the crime scene with her partner – and current love – Brooke hears a strange noise. Thinking it might be the suspect, she investigates, but what she initially thinks is a large dog turns out to be anything but. Unfortunately, Brooke does not escape this encounter unscathed, and she is left with more than just the physical scars to remind her of the night her life was unknowingly and irreparably altered.

When the next full moon rises, an entirely new world is opened up to Brooke, unlocking the secrets behind the investigation and her brother’s unsolved murder.

The Death Of Matilda Brew (Canvas Carvers Book 1)

by Maegan Alexandria

When cowardly and shy village boy, Andrew Godfrey, loses the girl of his dreams to an unexpected death, he finds her soul captured in a household mirror. In an act of desperation, he flees the town with the mirror, escaping a long lasting fear of his cold mother and a grim looking future. He eventually stumbles upon the Larouche Hotel, which bears the whispered description of being the most sinfully wonderful place around.

At first, his newfound sanctuary offers him not only a roof over his head, but pleasures far beyond those he could imagine. Soon, he begins to spiral into a world where he no longer recognizes his own reflection and, in an attempt to rescue the imprisoned soul of the woman he loves, he realizes the person he really needs to save is himself. Through the eyes of the young man, we witness the hotel patrons fall into a world where good versus evil is so entwined, one begins to look like the other.

With the aid of a mysterious man in black who keeps his cursed daughter hidden from the guests, Andrew searches for the narrow path to goodness directly in the eyes of evil. It’s up to him to secure not only his own life, but the lives of his friends that have fallen into the darkness as well.

Pride of the Samurai (The Kusunoki Chronicles Book 1)

by Kenneth Jorgensen

Akashi and Kanto are twin brothers, born to a role as samurai in the proud and ancient Kusunoki family. Strange events, however, reveal that Akashi can manipulate the forbidden magic of the tama. He will be branded shinobi, one of the hidden ones the samurai are sworn to destroy, if his secret is ever revealed. Both young men will have to resolve the conflict of their duty as samurai and their love for each other.

El brote (Spanish Edition)


Jorge, un niño de once años, llega a la cabaña de sus abuelos a pasar unos días. �l no quiere estar allí, y en la humedad oscura hay cosas que tampoco lo desean.

Las esculturas de madera parece que espían. Sus rostros se esconden tras los matorrales, los troncos y las raíces empapadas. La niebla desciende de las cimas. La lluvia cae y salpica las hojas secas. Huele a musgo y a piedra, y el sol resplandece en las aguas lejanas del lago.

Escrito con un ritmo y un estilo cercanos al guión televisivo, «El brote» es una novela corta sobre la esperanza, la magia y la bondad, pero también sobre el miedo, el dolor y la venganza. Descubre qué se oculta entre las hojas.


Toni Cifuentes (Barcelona, 1978) es un constante aprendiz de escritor, amante de la teoría y la crítica literaria. Ha realizado cursos de guion televisivo de la mano de directores y guionistas de renombre y ha sido finalista en diversos certámenes literarios. Poe, Dickens, Wells, Lovecraft y Bradbury nutrieron su juventud lectora. «El brote» aúna su fascinación por lo fantástico y el terror y su pasión por las series televisivas.

The Son of Light Book 1: Rebirth

by Chris Parker

Nick Suzuki is the leader of The M.B.S. Guild, an underground college for people with super powers. He’ll stop at nothing to keep his family safe, including holding his sixteen-year-old brother, Josh, captive in their home for nearly ten years. But Josh’s isolation is about to end.

When Nick gets captured by an ancient enemy, Josh is forced to enter the world outside his home. One he has never known. One filled with enemies, demons, and the dead. Armed with nothing but the strength of his will, Josh must find his brother. Will his anger at his own captivity get in the way? Or will he find Nick before his enemy destroys him?

*This book contains strong adult content*

Treachery of the Daimyo (The Kusunoki Chronicles Book 2)

by Kenneth Jorgensen

Kanto and Akashi are twin brothers, born into the proud and ancient samurai family, the Kusunoki. Their lives diverged when Kanto revealed that Akashi had the power to manipulate the sacred power of the tama, and was thus shinobi, whom all samurai are honor-bound to kill. Akashi was driven from the family to live as an outcast. As told in the first book of the Kusunki Chronicles, Pride of the Samurai, both brothers, one samurai and one shinobi, ultimately played crucial roles in defeating rogue daimyo Matsudaira Ayata and his barbarian allies.

In the peace following the victory over Matsudaira, the lives of Akashi and Kanto have diverged even further. Kanto has risen high in the ranks of the samurai, controlling conquered lands and fellow samurai. Akashi has become powerful among the shinobi by founding a dojo to train them to fight with the supernatural power of the tama. But the peace is tenuous, maintained by a delicate balance of power, and the seven daimyo who rule the land maneuver against each other behind the scenes for advantages that will tip that balance in their favor. When Kanto becomes the center of one such plot to change the balance Akashi must again confront his conflicting loyalties, and choose whether to involve himself in the affairs of the samurai. No matter his choice, however, both brothers will suffer tremendous losses and grief, as told in the second book of the Kusunoki Chronicles, Treachery of the Daimyo.

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