Free fantasy Kindle books for 24 Aug 18

Web of Innocence (Web Duet Book 1)

by Emma Slate

I’m a normal college student. Studious, antisocial, obsessed with spiders.

Okay. Maybe normal isn’t the right word.

One night at a local junk store, I find a spider in a glass cube. It’s weird and a little creepy, but I want it anyway.

And then I hear a voice–the spider’s voice.

He says his name is Thane and he needs my help.

I’m thrown into a world I didn’t know existed. A world of magic, myth, and legends.

I’m the only one who can free Thane.

Every good story involves a heroic quest.

I just hope Thane’s enemies don’t kill me first.



Her Mates (Wolf Trials Book 1)

by Tamara White

Having been on the run for most of her life, Dani has no idea what to expect when she moves to yet another school.
She thinks it’ll be like any other place she’s lived. She’ll have to endure a few grueling months of being picked on by the â??mean girls,’ and maybe having a fling or two with a human. But what she doesn’t expect is to be confronted on the first day by a wolf claiming to be her mate.
Her father has no choice but to reveal the truth about who she really is and why they spent their lives hidden from the wolves, only now returning because it’s time for her to reclaim her birthright.

Join Dani as she learns about a world she had been kept from her whole life. Over the course of the story, she meets multiple mates and is faced with the impossible choice of choosing one to lead with her as part of the Alpha Pair.
But how can she choose just one, when she loves them all?

This Book is One in the Wolf Trials Series and is the newly edited/revised copy.



Looking for Dei

by David A. Willson

Coming-of-age magic, adventure, and a quest for the divineâ?¦

     Fifteen-year-old Nara Dall has never liked secrets. Yet it seems that her life has been filled with them, from the ugly scar on her back to the strange powers she possesses. Her adoptive father refuses to say anything about her origins, and soon, she and her best friend must attend the announcement ceremony, in which youths are tested for a magical gift.
     A gifted youth has not been announced in the poor village of Dimmitt for decades. When Nara uncovers the reason, she uses her own forbidden powers to make things right. The decision sets her on a path of danger, discovery, and a quest for the divine. In the process, she learns the truth about herself and uncovers the biggest secret of all: the power of broken people.

Readers who enjoyed The Princess Bride and Mistborn will be delighted by this young adult fantasy tale.



The Season of Lightning

by Kate Avery Ellison

This stand-alone fantasy set in the same universe as the Kingmakers’ War series has the intrigue of Robin Hood, the opulence of Gone With the Wind, and the romantic sensibility of Jane Austen’s Emma.

Who is the masked man known as the Hawk?

Verity Elysius is the only daughter of a famous retired general and rich plantation owner. She lives in an insulated world of wealth and privilege, where she spends her time riding her horse, sassing her lady’s companion, and being tormented by the family’s handsome but irritating nobleman friend, Lord Roth. But when a mysterious, masked vigilante called the Hawk begins stirring up trouble and freeing silvras, the oppressed lower class, Verity’s world is turned upside down as she is challenged about everything she knows about her world and her place in it.



Blood Bound (A Gallows Novel Book 1)

by Sharon Stevenson

Blood Bound is the bestselling Scottish urban fantasy novel that combines a breakneck plotline with flawed characters and a wicked sense of humour.

Twin demon trackers Shaun and Sarah Gallows are used to running into troubleâ??mostly the kind with fangsâ??but while Sarah embraces her powers to their fullest extent, trusting her instincts implicitly, Shaun distances himself from his abilities and can do little more than despair at his sister’s reckless nature and idly back her up.

When they come across a demon tracker who’s been torturing innocent super-naturals, they know they have to stop her. Sarah is desperate to punish the girl for what she’s been doing but Shaun’s instant attraction points to a soul-mate bond stronger than anything he’s ever had to fight beforeâ?¦

***Be warned this book is New Adult Modern Fantasy, not YA. It is not suitable for less mature readers as it contains profanity & sexual references.



The Owl and the Dragon: A Bander Adventure

by Randy Nargi

An engrossing new STANDALONE fantasy/mystery adventure featuring Bander, a remarkable hero who’s equal parts Conan the Barbarian and Sherlock Holmes…

Hytwen and Ortwen: two remote villages on the southern edge of the Empire of Harion. Separated by a misty lake. And a deadly family secret.

When ex-Imperial Investigator Bander arrives in the village of Hytwen, ragged and half dead after a savage attack on the road, all he wants is the aid of a healer and a new pair of boots. But he’s soon pressed into service by the wealthy lord of Hytwen to find a twelve-year-old girl who’s been abducted from the manor. Everyone suspects the neighboring village, and with the drums of war beating, time is running out.

As Bander digs deeper, he confronts a brutal gang of trained killers, a mysterious barmaid, and a sinister mage plotting destruction from the shadows. Soon it becomes clear that things aren’t what they seem, and the hunt for the missing girl is just part of a diabolical mosaic of murder and chaos that threatens to destroy scores of innocent people.

But not if Bander can help it.

The Owl and the Dragon is a thrilling standalone heroic fantasy novel. If you like detailed immersive worlds, compelling characters, dark magic, and brawling action, you’ll love Randy Nargi’s engaging new fantasy/mystery adventure.


Here’s what readers are saying:

“Fast fun and thoroughly enjoyable! Fans of investigative novels as well fantasy will both be engaged. I’m a fan of Jack Reacher and is have to say I’ve found the fantasy equivalent.” 

“Nice long read and interesting story line. Deep characters and Bander is quite a guy! Didn’t see the end coming the way it did!” 

“Not at all what I expected. The twists and turns made for an excellent read. Looking forward to the next one.”

“I thought I had this one figured out about halfway through. I figured it was another basic mystery story with some fantasy elements thrown in to appear fresh. I was pleasantly surprised to find out I was very wrong. It’s a strong story that incorporates just enough of each element to stay entertaining the whole way through.”

“I liked the Bander character’s mix of hero and sleuth. This is an intriguing mystery adventure with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing until the resolution. The characters are interesting and well-developed, and the world-building was intricate and creative.” 

“Thrilling book that keeps you hooked all the way through! Highly recommend!”

“I think Randy Nargi must have been channeling Jack Reacher in a swords and sorcery fantasy world context Full of action, mystery, thrills, unexpected twists and turns and a star who is really fun.”

“Great characters and a storyline with enough twists and turns to keep you hooked til the end.” 

“I was bewitched with this wonderful story, not only is it complex but attractive and the characters catch you from the beginning. The plot itself is very fun and with the right touch of mystery and surprises in every corner that makes this story spectacular from start to finish.” 

“This was really a fun â??fantasy detective’ read with the hard boiled older detective trying to locate a missing child. Nothing is exactly as it appears. The book reads well and is complex enough to be worthwhile reading over again.”


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Bloodstorm (Heart of a Vampire, Book 1)

by Amber Kallyn

When duty forces a shaman to stop a vampire from her revenge, love doesn’t just burn… it bites.

For two hundred years, Niki DeVeraux has been tracking the monster who murdered her family and made her a vampire. She finally catches up to him in a small Arizona town, only to face more than she bargained for. Amid an imperious vampire King, a shaky truce between the local clan and shifter pack, and a too-sexy sheriff who makes her remember she’s still a woman, Niki’s single-minded purpose is threatened for the first time since her turning.

Between his duties as Keeper of the peace for the Magic Council and heir to his tribe’s shamanistic magic, Sheriff Shane Spencer’s job is to protect humanity and stop the friction between the local Arcaine races before it turns into an all out blood war. To make matters worse, there’s an irresistible rouge vampire in town enflaming his senses.

When wolves start turning up dead, the tension between the paranormal races grows and suspicion falls on Niki. Shane knows she’s not to blame, and it has nothing to do with the primal urges she stirs within him. Working together, they must find a way to stop the hostilities from going over the edge. Trouble is, the desires raging between Niki and Shane might prove more dangerous than the surrounding threats.



Bridgefinders (The Echo Worlds Book 1)

by Joshua Cook

Creation of the world made an echo, another world, another earth. A world where magic is as common as air, a world ruled by a being known only as the Slyph. This paranormal story set in an urban setting follows Cendan Key, who knows nothing of this. He lives in his logic, and dispassionate action. Logic can’t provide all the answers though when he is swept into the world of the Bridgefinders. A secret order fighting an eon’s long war with the Slyph, a war they are on the edge of losing forever. Cendan alone can turn the tide of this war, and save not just the human race, but the world itself. That is, if anyone can tell him how.



Multidimension Man

by Bill Yancey

Coming in July 2016: Abandoned: MIA in Vietnam

Mike Wilcox is suddenly thrown into an alternate world. Dragons want to fry him; dinosaurs try to eat him. Worse, his own country’s military wants to duplicate his ability to live in multiple worlds. They want his power, and they want it regardless of cost. They would be happy to forfeit Wilcox’s life to obtain it. Saving his own life is complicated by running into dopplegangers of his late wife, his enemies, even himself.



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