The Magic Thief by Thalia King

Blake Harper just wants to be free.Free of the small town she’s trapped in, free of the locals and the criminal boys in town, and free of herself. But fate has other ideas when a murder spree sweeps through the woods and the quiet town looks to Blake for answers … and not the sort of answers she can give. Desperate to save herself from jail for crimes she didn’t commit, Blake tries to flee the town, but she doesn’t make it far before the local gang find her. One gang member in particular. Hunter, the bane of her existence, and the only boy to ever make her tummy flip, the town’s biggest prat. The unwelcoming gang pull her into an underworld she never knew existed. An underworld where every supernatural beast stuck on the planes of earth hunts her. Blake Harper just wants to be free. It isn’t long before she realises that freedom was never meant for her kind.**Previously published as Into the Bayou by Isla Jones in 2017. This is a re-release.

Author: Thalia King

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A God for Thieves (The Unseen Book 1) by Tristan Olson

Jack Severn has a knack for encountering the magical side of reality. When he wakes up from an impromptu communal nap at a favorite Chinese restaurant, he recognizes the signature of a supernatural event. Now he’s in a race against time to find the people responsible before the secretive and powerful god of thieves decides to punish him instead. As he searches for the answers that will save his skin, he’ll be pulled even farther into the Unseen community and realize that meddling with arcane powers can be deadly, though not always to those that have it coming.

Author: Tristan Olson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Faerie by Jenna Grey

Fairies you won’t want to believe in…*****Lily Mckenzie’s life is about to change. In just a few days’ time she’ll be eighteen, and leaving home to start a new life ‒ one that she’s never planned for, and one she doesn’t want. All Lily really wants to do is to go home… and home is a long way from the little village in Cornwall where Lily grew up.Because Lily is one of the fey, and her home is Otherworld. Lily has always known what she was, but has kept it a secret from everyone, hiding behind a mask that has fooled everyone around her… until now. For the last few weeks Lily has been under attack, plagued by an unseen enemy ‒ the Shadow People ‒ who come as wraiths in the night, tormenting her and making her too afraid to sleep. She has no idea why they are trying to hurt her, and has no idea how to stop them…she only knows if she doesn’t stop them soon it will be too late. Yes, Lily Mckenzie’s life is definitely about to change, and not in a way she could possibly have planned or hoped for. A violent incident forces her to run for her life… with some very unexpected company.*****Contains adult themes, strong language, moderate violence, and explicit sexual content.****

Author: Jenna Grey

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Nemesis: Immortal War Series: Book 1 by Suzanne Madron

When an amnesiac deity is accidentally resurrected by an ancient evil, his only hope of remembering who and what he once was is a vampire named Lamia. When she runs to him for protection, an inescapable fate is unleashed upon them both as they fight to survive. NEMESIS is the first installment in the Immortal War Series.

Author: Suzanne Madron

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Thicker than Blood: Stronger than Bone by Sidney Wood

Lynn Hayes will do anything to keep his daughter safe. He is a battle hardened veteran who doesn’t flinch, he swings hard. When a mercenary named Death picks up their trail, they cut him down, but the evil bastard won’t stay dead. Allied with a smart aleck Lieutenant, and a luckless cripple, Lynn knows that fighting dirty is the only way to win. The bloody and vicious fight that follows revives an old legend and inspires hope in a people who desperately need it. They need it more than anyone knows, because Death is not just a mercenary, he is a harbinger of darkness yet to come.

Author: Sidney Wood

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Faerie by Jenna Grey

Fairies you won’t want to believe in…*****Lily Mckenzie’s life is about to change. In just a few days’ time she’ll be eighteen, and leaving home to start a new life ‒ one that she’s never planned for, and one she doesn’t want. All Lily really wants to do is to go home… and home is a long way from the little village in Cornwall where Lily grew up.Because Lily is one of the fey, and her home is Otherworld. Lily has always known what she was, but has kept it a secret from everyone, hiding behind a mask that has fooled everyone around her… until now. For the last few weeks Lily has been under attack, plagued by an unseen enemy ‒ the Shadow People ‒ who come as wraiths in the night, tormenting her and making her too afraid to sleep. She has no idea why they are trying to hurt her, and has no idea how to stop them…she only knows if she doesn’t stop them soon it will be too late. Yes, Lily Mckenzie’s life is definitely about to change, and not in a way she could possibly have planned or hoped for. A violent incident forces her to run for her life… with some very unexpected company.*****Contains adult themes, strong language, moderate violence, and explicit sexual content.****

Author: Jenna Grey

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Gods Have No Secrets (The Godskeep Trilogy Book 1) by Charlotte K. Stone

Dienna Darpentus is next in line to be the Keeper of the Gods, a role she must undertake after her brother Sonder abdicates the position for reasons unknown. As a series of mysteries begins to unfold, Dienna’s world is thrown into chaos by the arrival of a sorceress from the East, who unleashes an army on Dienna’s home. Now she, along with her lifelong friend, Meredith, must undertake a journey to reclaim the Godskeep, and discover for themselves if the gods truly have no secrets. 

Author: Charlotte K. Stone

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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For The Master’s Taking by Klaus Adae

Azech the Fourth, is the King and Emir of the northern tribe. He rules with an iron fist and is feared throughout the mighty kingdom. His wife and Emira, Olivia harbors a dark secret, so dark that any reveal will threaten the entire foundation on which she walks. Tragedy strikes when Saya, a commoner from the south with the gift to see into the future gets visions of the demise of her only brother. She sets off to find her brother in the hope of altering the fate that lies ahead for him but rather ends up in a complex web of pain, suffering, love and deceit that ripples across the four kingdoms in the land.Azech and Olivia are trapped in this web that will change their lives forever. Azech’s reign is put to the test as he must fight to keep power whiles conquering the battle that lies within his heart for this forbidden love between Olivia and Saya.

Author: Klaus Adae

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Blue Dawn, the Sequel to the Blue Series, Part 1 by Josephine Dillon

Please read all nine books of the Blue Series before reading this novel. Blue Dawn, Part 1 is one of a two book sequel to the Blue Series. As a continuation of the same storyline, Part 1 takes place almost at the end of Blue Flame, Volume 8. There is very little backtracking or summarizing of the Blue Series in this sequel. (Contains adult content, violence, profanity, homosexual situations)

Author: Josephine Dillon

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Cinne of Dragonia (The Queens of Dragonia Book 3) by Earl Brigham

High fantasy, horror and mythology intertwine in Cinne of Dragonia. The action-packed concluding volume in The Queens of Dragonia trilogy follows the life of the title character, Cinne, in a world where the number of dragons is much-reduced and magic is waning.On the map, Cinne takes the reader from the already-familiar places of the two earlier books. The story moves away from England, Wales and Brittany and on into Scotland, Denmark, Sweden, and Poland. As in the earlier books, the vast majority of locations reflect real places that can yet be seen. The novel is an interwoven tale filled with both original characters and several historical competing pagan gods, dragons, mermaids, humans, a myriad of monsters, werewolves, vampires, dwarfs, evil spirits, faeries and valkyries, with numerous shape-shifters among them. Cinne, as a character, is part human, part dragon, part mermaid and part dwarf, the inheritor of several royal lineages. Although just a child, there are the greatest of expectations, the highest of hopes, placed upon her.There are heroes and evil creatures, but there are are also several characters that neither purely good nor purely evil, but something in-between, many drawn from ancient myths, religions and legends.What would Dragonia be without dragons? Several existing dragons and myths surrounding them are woven into the novel. (Najciemniesky, Niddhogg, Balaur, Vishap, the Zduhaci, Azdaja, and the myths of Zmey Tugarin, as well as the dragon of Wawel Hill.)Part of the mermaid stories come for existing mythology, including the character Jurate, who is, in the Baltic, considered the queen of the mermaids, and the unnamed mermaid who is considered to be the defender of Warsaw, Poland, an inland city.The mythical elements draw from several sources. There are some Viking-era elements, particularly some lesser-know myths, with gods and giants presented more true to their original forms than is usually done in modern fantasy. (Thor, Odin, Tyr, dwarfs, the once-and-always warriors, several giants and valkyries.) There are also several Slavic gods and a reconstructed myth from the Baltic. (Perun, Praamhius, Svetovid, the Mother of War, the Grave Mother, the Mother of Wraiths, and others.) Parts of two rather famous Russian tales are central to the story. (Kosciej the Deathless and The Maid of the Copper Mountain) A few Celtic characters from earlier in the story reappear (Arianrhod and Belatucadors among them,) along with individuals not previously involved in the story. WARNING! Cinne of Dragonia recaptures some ancient tales that are sometimes quite brutal, with certain characters that are not intended to be likable. Certain parts of the story are about very violent creatures involved in horrible events, and fantasy war. Portions of this novel contain graphic violence. As a whole, Cinne of Dragonia is a story of impossible hope, love, growth and daring, set in a world of the undead and blood-thirsty gods gone amok, while the end of magic grows nigh.There is much more information on each individual book, including Cinne, and the series as a whole on the website https://thequeensofdragonia.com/.

Author: Earl Brigham

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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