Free fantasy Kindle books for 20 Dec 18

Enter the Witch (Witches of Whisper Grove Book 1)

by Andris Bear

Evangeline Winther is just a normal gal living a normal life. She has a new job in a new town, and nothing can stand in her way.

Except the new job. And the new town. Oh, and the fact that she’s the heir to a centuries old coven of witches, which apparently comes with a familiarâ??the stereotypical black catâ??that spends more time licking himself than helping her learn magic.

Mechanic Shane Carlson has heard the tales of witches in the small town of Whisper Grove his whole life. Did he believe them? Uh, no. Not until he was rear-ended by a beautiful girl who seems to unlock abilities in both of them.

When her gifts make themselves known, Evangeline realizes Whisper Grove isn’t the sleepy little town she thought it to be.
There are secrets buried beneath the picturesque surface, but even the deepest secrets have a way of rising.

Especially when the new witch in town can hear them whispering.

Raven’s Cry (Broken Gears Book 0)

by Dana Fraedrich

“Everything has degrees, and deep evils seem lighter if you are broken enough.”

Calandraâ??little sister to the future Count of Bone Bayâ??likes the idea of supporting her people without the pressure of an official title. She prefers quiet and learning over making dreaded small talk with her fellow nobles.

When Nicodemus, a magus with immense power, joins the royal court of Invarnis, Calandra’s life changes forever. She is entranced when he shows her magic for the first time, but its entry into the royal court has repercussions she never imagined.

The world Calandra loves twists throughout the centuries while she, cursed and imprisoned, remembers her old life with envy. Her captor goes to any lengths to discover her secret, and Calandra is fighting for her very sanity within her cell.

Meanwhile, a war is coming to Invarnis, a war that will reshape the very fabric of the world. Calandra must decide who to trust and overcome her demons to get revenge…

But can she rediscover her lost light once the dust has settled?

Raven’s Cry is a dark retelling of Swan Lake set in Dana Fraedrich’s fantasy steampunk world of Broken Gears.

Buy it now to experience Calandra’s heart-breaking struggle today!

For fans of Suzanne Collins, Sarah J. Maas, and Naomi Novik. In this standalone installment in Dana Fraedrich’s fantasy steampunk series, readers will discover a realm of dark magic and technology as they join Calandra in her battle for freedom, hope, and healing.

The Forest God’s Bride

by Genevieve St-Yves

An Arranged Marriage That Will Save Two Worlds

To honor an ancient pact, Eva is chosen by her coven to wed a god. Unable to refuse with no less than the survival of herself and the witches on the line, the reluctant bride travels to the heart of the Night Forest to meet her groom. She has no intention of forging a true relationship with Eckhard, prince of the forest gods. Yet his patient and chivalrous nature compels her to let down her guard.

Just as much a pawn as Eva in the schemes of gods and witches, Eckhard must overcome Eva’s reluctance to bond. Their joining is key to restoring the gods’ waning power. Eva’s gruff kindness and hidden vulnerability sparks feelings that make him believe they can transform an arranged marriage into a real union.

The Swamp King, enemy of the forest gods, harbors an unrelenting desire to conquer the Night Forest and destroy Eva and Eckhard. Only the witch and the prince stand a chance of defeating the monstrous demon and saving their two worlds from his malevolent influence. Will it cost them their blossoming love and their lives?

Contains discussion of antiquated medical procedures and research practices that some readers may find disturbing

A Steampunk Christmas Carol

by Stephen Hunt

So, dear reader, you thought Spiderman and Iron Man was the ultimate team-up? Or Captain America and the Hulk, perhaps? No!

Such paltry partnerships were long before authors Charles Dickens and Stephen Hunt teamed up together to bring the world the steampunk adaptation of A Christmas Carol. This tome imaginatively entitled ‘A STEAMPUNK Christmas Carol … the fantastical adaptation no-one asked for, yet everyone somehow desperately needed.

Yes, this – spoilers – classic tale of a grumpy miser’s Xmas-related redemption has been recast in the Jackelian Kingdom, a far-future steampunk Earth where Great Britain has rejoined the European mainland through continental drift (Brexiteer trigger warning).

The original tale has surely been vastly improved by the addition of airships, steam-driven computers and a robot called Boffin.

Forget the Muppet version. Forget that TV one with Captain Picard as Scrooge. ‘A Steampunk Christmas Carol’ is surely the comical and light-hearted definitive version that will be remembered millions of years in the future, after humanity has risen and fallen countless times across the endless cycle of history.

And if it isn’t?

Well, failing some great technological advancements in immortality treatments or cryogenic suspension, you, dear reader are not going to be around to know about it.

Or, are you…?

Now with extra cogs and a SHOCK!!! ending thrown in for no extra cost.



Stephen Hunt is the creator of the much-loved ‘Far-called’ fantasy series (Gollancz/Hachette), as well as the ‘Jackelian’ series, published across the world via HarperCollins alongside their other fantasy authors, George R.R. Martin, J.R.R. Tolkien, Raymond E. Feist and C.S. Lewis.



Praise for Stephen Hunt’s novels:

â??Mr. Hunt takes off at racing speed.’

â??Hunt’s imagination is probably visible from space. He scatters concepts that other writers would mine for a trilogy like chocolate-bar wrappers.’

â??All manner of bizarre and fantastical extravagance.’

â??Compulsive reading for all ages.’

â??Studded with invention.’

â??To say this book is action packed is almost an understatementâ?¦ a wonderful escapist yarn!’

â??Hunt has packed the story full of intriguing gimmicksâ?¦ affecting and original.’

â??A rip-roaring Indiana Jones-style adventure.’

â??A curious part-future blend.’

â??An inventive, ambitious work, full of wonders and marvels.’

â??Hunt knows what his audience like and gives it to them with a sardonic wit and carefully developed tension.’

â??A ripping yarn â?¦ the story pounds alongâ?¦ constant inventiveness keeps the reader hookedâ?¦ the finale is a cracking succession of cliffhangers and surprise comebacks. Great fun.’

â??Put on your seatbelts for a frenetic cat and mouse encounter… an exciting tale.’



Douglas Adams
Neal Asher
Iain M. Banks
Jack Campbell
David Drake
Orson Scott Card
James S.A. Corey
Evan Currie
Peter F. Hamilton
Ric Locke
Dan Simmons
Charles Stross
David Weber



Science fiction (steampunk)
Fantasy (steampunk)
Adventure (scifi)


Time is Relative for Wavering Loyalties

by Brett Matthew Williams

The second chapter in the Time is Relative series continues the origin story of the mythical figure Father Time (Rolland Wright) as he grows from boy to man.

After escaping imprisonment, Rolland is due to begin his training at the prestigious Academy of Light. While learning to control his extraordinary abilities, Rolland must also navigate more ordinary teenage pursuits – first love, fitting in, and finding himself.

Meanwhile, the Knights of Time are scattered throughout the Time Stream. Judah & Joan Raines appear on 1930’s Lae Island to locate the infamous pilot, Amelia Earhart. Yet unbeknownst to them, a familiar face is tracking their every movement, searching for a piece to the mysterious Project Dreamcoat. On the hunt for a missing comrade, the remaining Knights hurtle toward 1803 Haiti in the midst of a violent revolution. As these events unfold, Edward Vilthe stalks the shadows, slowly implementing his master plan.

Time is Relative for A Knight of Time

by Brett Matthew Williams

Meet Rolland Wright – a seventeen year old orphan living out of his car in rural Woodland Hills, California. Aside from grappling with being abandoned by his drunken father two years previous following his mothers mysterious murder, his life mostly revolves around finding a warm place to sleep at night. When one day he is attacked by men claiming to have killed his father, Rolland discovers a strange ability to slow the flow of time around him, beginning a journey that takes him to places outside of time, space, and eventually to the early 19th century to fight the sinister General Andrew Jackson. With the help of a rag-tag group of historical and mythical figures with various supernatural abilities of their own (Joan of Arc, Jesse James, etc) known as the Knights of Time, Rolland solves the mystery behind his mother’s murder, falls in love, battles the evil Edward Vilthe – reaper of souls, and finds a home of his own in the paradise known as Eden.
A novel Kirkus Review calls a ‘blend of X-Men and Doctor Who with a side of historic fact’ Time is Relative for a Knight of Time is fantasy fiction at its finest.
The Time is Relative series chronicles the origin story of the mythical figure Father Time, beginning with the award winning first novel, Time is Relative for a Knight of Time. All dates and events are historically accurate.
The participants… maybe not.

The Surge

by Willow Rose

We knew they were coming one day; we had just never imagined anything likeâ?¦this.

Joanna Marks always had a knack for terrible timing. After all, she did get pregnant and run off at 16. With her husband recently deceased, she and her child head back home ten years laterâ?¦ just in time for the invasion.

Sheriff Wayne can never share how he’d known about the Chinese forces before they stormed his beloved little Florida town. The locals would think he was crazy. However, when their harmless city is put under military lockdown, he’s not the only one who finds the whole invasion suspicious.

As Joanna and Wayne team up to uncover the truth, they must venture into a terrifying world that defies reality. Moreover, if they journey too deep, they may never make it out aliveâ?¦

The Surge is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi novel with a dash of horror. If you like shocking twists, gritty characters, and pulse-pounding suspense, then you’ll love Willow Rose’s spine-tingling story.

Buy The Surge for a read that could invade your nightmares tonightâ?¦

The Dark & Divine: Transmigrations (The Dark and Divine Book 1)

by Ada Marie Wallace

Through Decades and death nothing could keep them apart. 

In 1918, newly-weds Elly and Owen found themselves the victims of a strange serial killer. A century later, reborn into families with supernatural blood lines, Owen searches for his Elly in a new modern world. Elly, now Sadie, remembers nothing of their past. As Owen and his friends, continue the pursuit,they  realize that the past is about to repeat itself. the Killer, impossibly, has returned.
Owen must find Elly so they can fight the fiend that won’t stop haunting them.

Daddy’s Little Criminal

by Alice Everly

Harper was doing hard time in a state prison when her whole life changed.

The new president, set on reforming the entire country’s prison system, signs an executive order that will forever change Harper’s life.

Overnight, Harper was shipped to Evergreen Falls to live in the home of Mike and Natalie Dalton as their ward. According to the president’s new law, Harper would fulfill the remainder of her prison sentence in the Dalton’s home and under their law and order. At first, Harper thought she had been blessed with a generous stroke of luck. Living in the cold prison cell had been less than ideal. Unfortunately, Harper soon learned that the Dalton’s had rules and expectations she was none too happy with.

As soon as she stepped through the front door, Harper was informed that in the town of Evergreen Falls, all prisoners would be treated like dependent children to maintain the safety and security of the town. Harper finds herself sleeping in a crib, wearing a diaper, and treated like a little child. To top it off, the only way she will get food is through breastfeeding.

Humiliated, ashamed, defeated, Harper has to learn to embrace this new lifestyle or risk being subjected to the Dalton’s painful punishments. Can Harper survive the rest of her sentence under the Dalton’s care?

When Mr. Dalton’s brother visits the house, Harper has a hard time distinguishing between what she wants and the reality of her situation in the home. Can Harper learn to love the man even if it means she will never be free to actually have the man as her own?

***PLEASE READ BEFORE BUYING: This book contains depictions of activities that may be offensive to some. All characters are over the age of eighteen, but Harper will be regressed by spankings, breastfeeding, diapering, sleeping in a crib, among other things. If this material offends you, please find another book to read. This book is more in line with DDLG or ABDL There is a Daddydom and Little Girl theme throughout the entire book. Although a sweet romance, there are dark themes that may not appeal to some readers.

Blackbird Rising: A fantasy novel of rebellion, treachery, and love (Harbingers Book 1)

by Jane Wiseman

In a world of fantasy, a young girl wields mysterious powers in her quest to find a lost sister, a lost queen, a lost love. Does Mirin’s uncanny knowledge arise from witchcraft or from her inmost self, where her talents as a musician summon magical forces? In a brutal world where the young are forced to grow up fast, her story is about coming of age too soon, about love and betrayal. It’s about the heavy costs of standing for a cause but standing for it anyway because it is the right. About finding the lost and finding yourself along the way.

Same Problems, Other Worlds

by Cathleen Maza

Same Problems, Other Worlds is a selection of short fantasy stories that take place in settings not quite of this time and space. The main characters possess mystical qualities, live in our future, or survive on entirely different realms. Yet these heroes and heroines still find themselves in some very human situations. Take a break and enjoy this trip to places where emotion meets imagination. Stories include: Flammable, Omega Mom, Doing Right by Mavis, Speaking Ill of the Dead, Wings, and Mental Health on Mars.

Grail of the Grimoire

by J.S. Sterling

A reluctant sorceress. A papal plot. If she wants to survive, she must put her life in her enemies’ hands.

Rome, 1191. Cassandra’s magical powers could get her burned at the stake. Orphaned and struggling to survive, she dreams of using her gifts for more than conning men out of their coins. But when the Knights Templar kidnap her off the street, she’s forced use her sorcery on a quest to secure the Holy Grail.

As Cassandra attempts to win her freedom from the Pope himself, power-hungry enemies make a play for the coveted relic. Beset by darkness on all sides, the sorceress discovers that finding the grail may just answer the burning questions of her past.

Can Cassandra conjure enough magic to claim the prize before she’s swallowed up by the darkness?

Grail of the Grimoire is the first book in an exhilarating YA historical fantasy series. If you like magical quests, courageous characters, and surprising twists of fate, then you’ll love J.S. Sterling’s spellbinding tale.

Buy Grail of the Grimoire to embark on your adventure today!

Hate: A LitRPG Novel (Tower of Gates Book 2)

by Paul Bellow

The Quest Continues Inside the Tower of Gates

Eric’s growing group continues their quest to finish the first zone in the Tower of Gates. Will they succeed in clearing Level One-One, or will they face the harsh consequences of death? Even more importantly, can they find a way out of the game?

Previously published as the second half of Goblin. Extensively rewritten, professionally edited, and ready for you to read. This is book 2 of the Tower of Gates LitRPG Series.

Kingdom of Desolation (The Three Kingdoms Book 2)

by Bianca Mckay

The darkness swallows her whole, only to spit her back out into the clutches of the Fae King.

Hatred and death have cursed Eidera, the Faeries and their land dying slowly. The Fae King has heard tales of his mate saving the land, only he is unaware that she is imprisoned in his dungeons.
Azariah is broken and alone, her hope quickly fading with each passing day as she remains locked away by her own mate. There is one person who calls to her, offering her freedom from this eternal nightmare. But this freedom comes with a price…Azariah will have to die.

Keeping The Harmony

by Edwin B Lowry

Annabelle Lockhart lives within the small town of Sandyrock with her family. They reside in a farmhouse with a large grassy field nearby that holds a terrible secret. Every now and then an earthquake will shake the lands signaling the coming of a calamity. Annabelle, who isn’t allowed to leave the farmhouse, must remain there to ensure the calamity cannot escape. She’s been blessed with the words of her ancestors, the words created to keep the calamity where it currently resides, under the ground.

Marked with the brightest color of red hair ever seen around Sandyrock, Annabelle must run to the large grassy field whenever she feels an earthquake. Once there, she performs the words of her ancestors, also known as The Pray. These words hold power over the calamity and are like chains keeping it locked away in its prison, or keeping the harmony so the world can go on living. Annabelle Lockhart’s gift is to keep the world safe from the calamity, but if she happens to fail at The Pray a monster known as the Annihilator of Worlds will destroy all of humanity.

The Coldest Moon (Moonlight Book 2)

by Chanel Hardy

After a night of chaos ending in bloodshed, River and Jax are on the run from the council. This brings them to Iowa, where River is introduced to a friend of Jax, and a fellow fey named Will. River begins to learn more about the heinous leaders of the shifter community and about Jax, as secrets from his past emerge from the trenches. In this sequel to â??River’s Moonlight’, River must fight harder than she’s ever fought before as her love for Jax, and her courage to survive are put to the ultimate test. The second and final installment of the â??Moonlight Series’.

By Death Defined

by Hugo Damas

The invasion has begun!
The arcane forces of the French Empire crash upon the shores of Belfast, with the Emperor himself at the lead. They threaten to deal the final blow that will guarantee an end to a centuries-old war with Britannia. If they fail, they will lose everything — an unprecedented risk that none can understand.
Making use of gunpowder and steam technology, Ireland rallies to defend against its supernatural conquerors and their arcane weaponry.
Among the Irish defenders are the O’Leons, a family who seeks to defend the city that has been their home for generations, all the while unaware of the important role they have when it comes to this historic event that will, one way or another, tip the war unto an end.
Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, however, is very much aware – that is why he is there.

Glorious or grim, grand or filthy, death will always be defining. For one Irish family, that means showing the impact that the death of the individual can have on the history of a world.

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