epub fiction ebooks
Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary—in other words, not based strictly on history or fact. In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories.
EPUB is an e-book file format that uses the “.epub” file extension. The term is short for electronic publication and is sometimes styled ePub. EPUB is supported by many e-readers, and compatible software is available for most smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Zeke’s Revelation by Lynn Howard
Zeke is a freak even in the world of Shifters. As if his size wasn’t enough to make him stand out, he has a little extra in his genes.
When I Came Home by Frances Regan
During the summer of 2072, the British Army deployed two teams to Afghanistan to rescue and bring home four scientists. IED explosions rip apart the mission, at the entry to the old Bagram Airfield.
Tracks by Karen Woods
A crime saga from a northern voice with grit, heart and an extra shot of authenticity. Susan Knight has a good life. So she turns a blind eye to the gambling winnings her husband Donny puts through the books at her salon. After all, he needs some way to unwind.
The Stalker by Sarah Alderson
‘WOW! WOW! WOW! What a read!’ NetGalley reviewer ‘The blockbuster of the summer!’ NetGalley reviewer ‘THAT twist. I did not see it coming!’ NetGalley reviewer You’re looking over your shoulder, thinking someone’s watching. You’re checking the doors are locked, spooked by a noise. You’re running through the woods, convinced you’re being followed. You’re being stalked.
The Second Woman by Charlotte Philby
Two women are found dead. Both had a secret. Both had a choice. Artemis leaves the remote Greek island she grew up on to start a shiny new life in 1990s London with her British husband, a successful entrepreneur. Finally, she has escaped the ghosts of her past.
The Tomb Guardian by Erick Mertz
A reluctant hero pitted against his powerful father. A desperate leader with nothing to lose. An unlikely young woman on the brink of a discovery that will shake the realm to its core. These are the three people standing up to face the coming catastrophe.
The Runner by P.R. Black
You can’t escape him. He abducts lone joggers and forces them to run for their lives. When he catches them, he pulls out his blade… Now he’s locked away and will be in prison for years. They call him a psychopath, a murderer, the ‘Woodcutter Killer’.
The Patriot Oath by Lloyd Lofthouse
After 24 years, Special Forces legend Josh Kavanagh has retired from the military. But now that he’s home, he’s finding that everyone has a different understanding of his motivations, and realizes there are some wounds no amount of time can heal.
The Life She Wants by J.M. Hewitt
You want to save your marriage. She wants to destroy it. Paula worries that her marriage to Tommy is hanging by a thread. She loves how safe her husband makes her feel, but lately, it seems like he’s pulling away from her, and he keeps avoiding a much-needed conversation about finally having children.
The Blood List by J.N. Jamieson
The Salamander is a killer at the top of his game. A perfectionist. No one else comes close. He’s a genius of disguise and deception. A quick-change artist who can become a street beggar, a soft-spoken priest, a legless veteran in a wheelchair, a woman on a plane, or a seasoned cop.
Sworn to the Light by Denton Salle
Jeremy has a problem: he randomly turns into a black and white bear cub. The transformations panic his mom, but his father says he knows a wizard who can help. That scares his mother even more.
Tackling Life by Kathleen Kelly
Grayson Moore linebacker for the New England Warriors.
His whole life has been working up to this moment, the moment when his team wins the Superbowl.
But life has a way of throwing you an illegal pass.
Spirit of Fire by Elin Dyer
Seventeen-year-old Jade Taylor and her twin brother Jack are used to getting into a spot of trouble, but almost impossible things have been happening lately and everyone knows that misbehaving teens are no way near the worst problems that the police have to deal with.
Space Rogue by J.A. Toney
Captain Nathaniel Roberts of the Queen Anne’s Revenge is one of the galaxy’s best pilots. He is following the legacy of his father, grand father, great grandfather, and so on. He is a smuggler, a scoundrel, an honest merchant, and on occasion a hero.
Some Natural Importance by Jan Ashton
Fitzwilliam Darcy already has one arranged marriage in his past. The last thing he envisions for himself is another, yet he has somehow become entrapped in a promise to a dying man. Not only must Darcy overcome his resentment in order to live up to his sense of honour, but when he realises how deeply his heart may be engaged, he must convince Elizabeth Bennet of his true feelings.N/A
Sacred Rites by Ines Johnson
What starts as a battle of wills soon turns carnal when an activist and a highborn young lady strike up an indecent proposal. In a matriarchal society where men are second class citizens, I’ve found my purpose advocating to increase my gender’s rights. Lady Alyss and I are on opposing sides of legislation that could improve the lot of men in our world—so why does my mouth get dry and my arguments falter whenever she’s around? But the lady is harboring a colorful secret, breaking the bonds of propriety and the expectations of her powerful family by serving as the muse to my artist bondmate.
Paranoia by Joseph Finder
From Publishers Weekly Is it too early to declare Finder’s fifth novel (after High Crimes) the most entertaining thriller of 2004? Probably, but it will be a surprise if another suspenser proves as much sheer fun as Finder’s robust tale of corporate espionage. Narrator Adam Cassidy’s trip to hell begins when he charges to the company an unauthorized, very expensive party for a retiring blue-collar laborer at their place of work, Wyatt Telecom. Caught, low-level staffer Adam is given an offer he can’t refuse by monstrously slick and wealthy CEO Nick Wyatt: penetrate rival high-tech giant Trion Systems and get the goods on Trion’s killer new products, or face a battery of felony charges.
Murder in the Sand by Thea Cambert
Sometimes, even on vacation… Murder comes calling. With spring coming to an end, Innkeeper and amateur sleuth, Eloise, has a rare opportunity to take a vacation before the summer tourists arrive in her hometown of Williamsbridge, Vermont to check into the Inn at Pumpkin Hill. She’ll be spending a blissful ten days with her cousin Rebecca on Purple Finch Island, just off the coast of Maine.
Million Dollar Baby by Lisa Jackson
#1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson brings you a reader-favorite story of love, compassion and redemption. When Chandra Hill is awakened by a cry in the night, she is shocked to discover an abandoned newborn in her barn. She takes him to the hospital, but as a former pediatrician her instincts have already kicked in.
Lethal Engagement by Teyla Branton
Guard, Protect, and Above All, Stay Alive Two months after the announcement that rocked an entire world, Mari Jorgenson is going undercover to protect the man who has become the face of the Unbounded. What’s not to like? Expensive clothes, a great disguise, a chance to play with knives—and all with a Renegade partner she might just be falling for. Mari can’t think of a better assignment or way to practice her shifting ability.
Mate to the Demon Kings by Lacey Carter Andersen
Did your mother ever warn you about the monsters under your bed? Well, they’re real. And they own me.
Not that I mind.
Yeah, the last thing a demon hunter should do is align herself with demons. But you know what? I’ve spent my life being lied to. And I’m done with that.
Hot Summer School Night by Michelle Mankin
Kyle Murphy is a drug dealer. Street level, he’s a dog on a short leash, his every move controlled by his boss Martin Skellin. Handsome, resourceful, and talented, Kyle is more than he appears to be. He just can’t be more.
Claire Walsh is a rich girl labeled a freak at her prestigious high school because she likes birds. Taunted and bullied, she ignores her classmates who torment her. That’s the nice thing to do, and she’s a nice girl, but she wishes that someday someone would see that she is more a beautiful swan than an ugly duckling.
Her Protector by Silke Campion
A traumatic brain injury changed his life, but trading his Army Ranger uniform for some Brothers In Arms mechanic’s overalls provides the peace he needs to find his new normal. Who could have guessed that the tiny, fiery-haired librarian would give him new purpose, too? Now all he wants to do with the rest of his life is protect his treasure from any harm.
Harem Farm by David Aries
Steve had experience when it came to waking up with hangovers. Being attacked by kobolds? Not so much. After rousing in the middle of a monster-filled forest, he was sure his life was over. That was until he was saved by a fire-wielding angel who was anything but human. Now Steve finds himself a temporary guest on a small run-down farm filled with monster girls who need his help.
Golden Touch by Melody Personette
Amaya Wilson already thought her family was struggling to make ends meet when she comes home one night to find her father has lost his job. Hopelessness starts to settle in until her younger brother, Tyler, remembers a map and a story their grandfather used to tell them. A story of their ancestor who found and hid a Golden Gift up in the mountains. Out of desperation to help their family get back on their feet, they head into the mountains with the newfound map guiding them, hoping to find the treasure he hid. What they find instead is not a pile of gold, but Darren, a boy who was put under a timeless sleep and has the ability to turn anything to gold with a touch of a finger.
Fugitive by Gilbert M. Stack
Deep in the Fringe on a tramp freighter, Jewel Aurora is about to discover that there are much worse things than being forced into a marriage to secure her parents’ fortune. On the edges of human space, where no one can be trusted with your back, the young woman is about to stumble upon a fortune that star nations will go to war to possess. It’s a treasure that has already killed two sets of colonists who tried to claim it. And if anyone learns she and her crewmates have found it, it is absolutely certain to attract the attention of the two influential families she turned fugitive to escape—assuming, of course, that she and her shipmates are not the third set of victims to die on a cold little world far from the core of galactic civilization.
A Whisper in the Flame by Rebekah Nicole
The way we live now, this world that only feels half-real; It’s like we’re all stuck in some kind of nightmarish dream. No matter how desperately we may want to, we can’t shake ourselves awake. Get up, Emma. Pinch yourself. Slap yourself. Fall off the bed. Do something – and this will all be over.
At Last by Katie Rose
This isn’t your normal boy meets girl…
If you’re easily offended by sexy British rock stars with language your granny would tell you belongs in the gutter, then maybe this book isn’t for you. If, however, you like your romance novels with deep characters, real soul-searching love and commitment—then this might be the story for you.
Darkness Lifting by Leif Spencer
After joining a new settlement, Anna Greene and her sister think they’ve found a safe haven, but when an old enemy shows up everything is thrown into chaos.
Exhulm by Xander Jade
Young Kristjan was walking around the market when his home was invaded. His guard opened a portal for them to escape, but as Kristjan entered, a bomb went off and it threw his youthful body through the portal. He ends up in a different world without his memory and will grow up with no knowledge of his past, living with someone he thought was his relative. It was around his 18th birthday when weird things began.