48 Fiction Books
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Windcatcher by A. J. Norfield
Far away from home, under the command of his brother, Raylan and his squad must retrieve an ancient relic stolen from their kingdom’s trading partner—the Tiankong Empire. Traveling deep into unknown enemy territory to complete their mission, Raylan learns that the ancient relic holds unexpected life; a creature buried in legends, one not seen in their world for more than two hundred years. With their enemies closing in, Raylan and his friends search, desperately, for a safe way home.
Where Jupiter Meets The Sky by Lisa Sorbe
An all new Stand-alone Contemporary Romance from the author of For Those We Love and Beautiful Savage…
Three to Find by Kelsey Soliz
The goddess has jokes. It seems I’m at the end of her latest one. I’ve been notified that I have three mates I must find, and if I can’t complete my circuit, it’s not too big of a deal. It’s just that, well, the Night might eat my soul. So, the fact that one of my mates doesn’t want me, and that I don’t know who the last one is, isn’t too worrisome. Do I really need my soul?
The Witness by Sharon Harclerode
College student Jake Howell is enjoying the last weekend of summer before heading back to school. He’s lived next door to the Meyers for years, and on the surface they seem to be an average family living in the suburbs. That is, until one night when Jake is awakened by an altercation between Lori and Bill Meyer.
The Tanglewood Witches by Genevieve Jack
In this action-packed, enemies-to-lovers romance, the last thing Alena expects is to be hauled out of bed by an Egyptian soldier and tossed into a stone cell. Then Orpheus steps from the shadows. The rake who once almost tricked her into his bed is suddenly her partner in a forced mission: to find a celestial weapon promised to Cleopatra.
Barely escaping the Sky Drifter, Seven finds himself inside an escape pod hurtling toward his native planet: Simia. There, he and the mysterious girl must find their way across an unknown land and seek protection by the Council. New challenges await him when he tries to adjust to the real world and finds his favorite sport, Sphere, banned. Will Seven survive the continued alien attacks? Will he thrive at Laurea academy? Will he uncover his real identity?
The Night the Lights Went Out by Karen White
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Tradd Street series comes a stunning novel about a young single mother who discovers that the nature of friendship is never what it seems…. Recently divorced, Merilee Talbot Dunlap moves with her two children to the Atlanta suburb of Sweet Apple, Georgia. It’s not her first time starting over, but her efforts at a new beginning aren’t helped by an anonymous local blog that dishes about the scandalous events that caused her marriage to fail. Merilee finds some measure of peace in the cottage she is renting from town matriarch Sugar Prescott.
The Marking by Destiny Diess
A feared beast searching for an ancient relic. A woman determined to destroy him to prove herself. When their fates collide, more than fur will fly. ARES Warmonger Alpha Ares promises to kill anyone who has the Malavite Stone—a crystal packed with ungodly powers and healing properties. From slaughtering packs to building himself an empire, he will stop at nothing to find it. That is until he meets Aurora. AURORA Aurora thinks she knows exactly how to destroy such an arrogant alpha: with a good night and some ale spiked with wolfsbane. But she has three little secrets that could threaten her entire existence… – She knows where the Malavite Stone is.
The Loneliest Mile by Susanne Gabel
Resist the temptation to give away the thrilling ending of this tantalizing, captivating, and heart-warming love story. The chapters flow smoothly as you get to know the two delightful main characters of this book. They will steal your heart, become your friends, and help you kindle the flame of your own first true love. You won’t want to stop turning the pages. Beth isn’t expecting to fall head over heels in love when she enters her first year of college but a chance encounter with the beautiful Anne Stetson, changes everything.
The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan
Praise for The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali Featured on NBC News and the BBC A Junior Library Guild Selection A Teen Indie Next List Pick (IndieBound) An Amazon Best Book of the Month for February Oprah Magazine’s Best YA Books You’ll Love in 2019.
The Hydrogen Murder by Camille Minichino
“The Hydrogen Murder,” the first in the Periodic Mysteries series, is back, reissued as an e-book. Meet retired physicist Gloria Lamerino, an intrepid sleuth who signs on as a consultant with the Revere, Massachusetts police department. Gloria uncovers scientific fraud, solves a murder, and engages in her first physical combat, all in the same week.
The Earth Witch by L. E. Gordon
Meet Flora, Earth witch and Keeper of Kilbrae. When customers at Flora’s Garden Centre tell her about fairy rings popping up in their gardens, Flora’s witchy powers kick into action. On closer inspection, Flora finds that the mushrooms really are from Fairy and, if they join up and make one big fairy ring, Kilbrae will disappear through a fairy portal. Can Flora and the other Keepers get the fairy rings under control, or will Kilbrae vanish forever?
The Bookbinder by Amanda Larkman
One woman knows he is a murderer, but nobody believes her. One woman has disappeared. One woman has never been so happy… Until a visit from a stranger blows her life apart. Three Women. One Secret. Liz, Amber, and Sarah. After years of obsession, Liz is ready to move on. Until she discovers her ex has a new victim.
Skin Taker by Michelle Paver
Run wild with Wolf Brother in a Stone Age world we all want to be a part of with million-copy-selling author, Michelle Paver. Danger, magic and non-stop adventure await Torak, Renn and Wolf. The Clans will be tested as never before, as they battle to find ways to survive and thrive in their beloved Forest.
Shroud of Eden by Marlin Desault
An adventure across space and time! “The writing style is crisp, the book is well edited and contains a healthy splash of hard science mixed in with a nice story line (new discoveries, alien aggressors, a military in need of leadership and a bad guy you’ll love to hate). While there are some fleet battles—if you’re looking for hardcore action, this might not be your cup of tea. If you’re looking for a well told story with plenty of length, good descriptive prose, solid editing, adventure, and some action—this offering does not disappoint.”
Tales of Times Now Past by Marian Ury
Tales of Times Now Past: 62 Stories from Medieval Japanese Collection
Serengeti by J. B. Rockwell
It was supposed to be an easy job: find the Dark Star Revolution Starships, destroy them, and go home. But a booby-trapped vessel decimates the Meridian Alliance fleet, leaving Serengeti—a Valkyrie class warship with a sentient AI brain—on her own; wrecked and abandoned in an empty expanse of space.
Planet XXY by Ronald P. Boone
Space travel, combative astronauts, and berserk gender chromosomes like never before! Despite wild, futuristic spaceship technology, unexplainable phenomena divert a desperate space flight from Earth.
Sculpting Her Heart by Annette Mori
On the surface, it appears as if Zari Woods has achieved everything, she set out to accomplish, fame, money, a supportive best friend, and loving parents. But to a person on the neurodiverse spectrum, a loving woman is elusive. When Frankie moves into her neighborhood, Zari starts her final quest, a happily ever after. Frankie is beautiful, kind and seems to genuinely enjoy spending time with Zari despite her quirks. Unfortunately, Frankie already has a girlfriend. Sort of. It’s complicated.
Revealing the True Miss Stansfield by Bronwyn Scott
He must solve a mystery She’s a beguiling distraction!Inspector Hazard Manning is determined to catch the art forger plaguing London’s aristocracy. As his investigation leads him to Kent’s new art school, sweet, beautiful Addy Stansfield volunteers as his guide. He’s used to a dark criminal world, but Addy’s sunny nature draws him to the light. However, as long-awaited passions stir, so do Hazard’s professional instincts… Could she unwittingly be the very person he’s been sent to unmask? From Harlequin Historical: Your romantic escape to the past. The Rebellious Sisterhood Female artists…taking their world by storm! Book 1: Portrait of a Forbidden Love Book 2: Revealing the True Miss Stansfield
Only the Pretty Lies by Rebekah Crane
A young love story about breaking painful legacies by the author of The Upside of Falling Down. Convention doesn’t carry much weight in Alder Creek. It doesn’t in Amoris Westmore’s family either. Daughter of a massage therapist and a pothead artist, inheritor of her grandmother’s vinyl collection, and blissfully entering her senior year in high school, Amoris never wants to leave her progressive hometown. Why should she?
Murder For Hire by Theo Baxter
You can always trust your family…or can you? Dean wakes disoriented, his hands covered in blood. He realizes he must have had another seizure, and it’s stolen all memories of what happened. Given his history of violence during his episodes, fear immediately sets in. And when his step-mother enters the room and screams, he notices his father’s bloody corpse on the bed.
Mister Monday by Garth Nix
Out-of-this-world magical adventure series for teens from the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Sabriel and the Old Kingdom series Seven days. Seven keys. One very unlikely hero. Arthur Penhaligon is a normal teenage boy, trying to fit in at school. But when he suffers a serious asthma attack, his life is unexpectedly saved by two strange characters who appear out of nowhere – and a key shaped like the minute hand of a clock.
Lolita in the Afterlife by Jenny Minton Quigley
A vibrant collection of sharp and essential modern pieces on Vladimir Nabokov’s perennially provocative book—with original contributions from a stellar cast of prominent twenty-first century writers.In 1958, Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita was published in the United States to immediate controversy and bestsellerdom. More than sixty years later, this phenomenal novel generates as much buzz as it did when originally published.
Melody of Astronomical Dusk by Miri Castor
Opal Charm is in desperate need of a vacation. A trip to her grandmother’s place in the sunny town of Marisol offers tranquility and distance from the chaotic events in Dewdrop. But Marisol brings a whole new set of mysteries about Opal’s family, including the original Twilight wielder Philomenos. Meanwhile, Samael’s influence grows quickly across the alternate world Athre.
Magic and Misrule by KM Merritt
They’re only badass by accident… Vola might be new to this whole adventuring thing, but she’s pretty sure this isn’t how you’re supposed to save the day. No one at her academy wanted an orc as a paladin, so they’ve sent her to the back end of a swamp, hoping she’ll never find a quest good enough to earn her shield. Well, screw that. Vola’s got divine help, and even a laughingstock of a goddess can do some righteous smiting.
Last Call by Paula Matter
A bartender at a Florida VFW has to clear her name or she’ll be serving time instead of drinks Bartender Maggie Lewis can’t hold her beer, her tongue, or her temper. On a bad day at work she’d love to kill a customer or two. On a very bad day she becomes the primary suspect accused of doing just that. Suspended from her job after being set up for the murder of Korean war veteran Jack Hoffman, Maggie has no intention of letting herself be framed.
Kingdom of Ashes by Rhiannon Thomas
The kiss was just the beginning . . . The second book in Rhiannon Thomas’s epic retelling of Sleeping Beauty combines adventure, magic, and romance for a sweeping fantasy about one girl’s journey to fulfill her destiny. Aurora was supposed to be her kingdom’s savior. But when she was forced to decide between being loyal to the crown and loyal to her country, she set events in motion that branded her a traitor. Now, hunted by the king’s soldiers, Aurora’s only chance of freeing her kingdom from the king’s tyrannical rule is by learning to control her magic.
I’m Secretly Married to a Big Shot by Light Dance
“Hubby, I don’t want anymore, I feel terrible…” “Baby, be good, finish up this medicine.” The handsome man embraces the woman in his arms, coaxing her tenderly as he feeds her the medicine. Qiao Mianmian stumbles upon Mo Yesi, the most esteemed scion in all of Yuncheng City, and ends up sleeping with him for the night. After he offers her benefits in exchange for their marriage, the newly appointed Mrs Mo suddenly has the power to have everything she ever wished for.
It’s Not Over by A. L. Zaun
He had wanted her to help him win his ex-girlfriend back. She had wanted to teach him a few lessons on how to treat a woman. Neither one had planned for the unexpected.
Instructor by Beth Follett
When Ydessa Bloom’s husband dies in a Cessna crash in a mid-Ontario lake, she rents a cottage at that lake, without really comprehending why, and stays for three months. There she meets three people who will influence her life dramatically—her landlady, a yoga teacher, and a precocious eight-year-old boy named Henry Rattle.
I Always Loved You by Robin Oliveira
A novel of Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas’s great romance from the New York Times bestselling author of My Name Is Mary Sutter The young Mary Cassatt never thought moving to Paris after the Civil War to be an artist was going to be easy, but when, after a decade of work, her submission to the Paris Salon is rejected, Mary’s fierce determination wavers. Her father is begging her to return to Philadelphia to find a husband before it is too late, her sister Lydia is falling mysteriously ill, and worse, Mary is beginning to doubt herself.
Her Dark and Dangerous Lord by Anne Herries
The mercenary’s innocent bride Lord Stefan de Montfort is a true rebel with the scars to prove it. Deemed a mercenary and exiled from England, he now lives by his own rules. When he plucks Englishwoman Anne Melford from the sea, and takes her to his chteau in Normandy, the spirited beauty fires within Stefan a disturbing, forbidden desire. Such a lady could never marry a scoundrel like him but this dark and dangerous lord is determined to break one last rule and claim her as his bride!
Hearts Under Fire by TL Dickerson
1863 opens with a bang! President Abraham Lincoln issues his Emancipation Proclamation, freeing all slaves in the rebellious states. Independence Day is won twofold, when the Yanks win battles in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and Vicksburg, Mississippi. The Union Army is thoroughly exhausted by the time the siege at Vicksburg is won and the Stars and Stripes proudly wave atop the trenches they now possessed. Melody Coffield, a.k.a. Lieutenant Melvin A. Coffield, survives battle, fighting even when the fear had threatened to overwhelm her.
Her Cold Eyes by Tony Black
Abbie is missing, and her mother knows exactly who is to blame. But nobody is listening. When the case falls to DCI Bob Valentine he has no choice but to listen. Troubled by visions of a young girl’s desperate anguish and her mother’s heartbreak, Valentine soon finds himself immersed in the most harrowing investigation of his police career.
Hard Times by C. Hallman
Even before I met them I knew they were trouble. It was supposed to be a simple prison transfer that ended up anything but. Hunter and Ryker were two hardened criminals that shouldn’t look as good as they do. As a police officer it was my job to follow the rules and that meant ignoring whatever feelings these men stirred in me. I read their files. Ryker likes to torture people to death. So when they kidnap me, I know my fate is sealed. I’ll do anything to survive, but will it be enough? *Standalone Novella with an HEA*
Guardian of the Dark Paths by Susan Trombley
Sarah had many doubts about entering an abandoned mine to help her best friend capture video footage to share on her social media. Convinced to do it anyway, her worst fears are realized when the exploration quickly goes awry, plunging Sarah into grave danger. Separated from the group and isolated in the depths of a long-forgotten mine, she must hold onto her wits and her sanity to survive, because something nightmarish hunts her through the darkness. Her only option is to travel deeper to escape it.
Half-Breed Conquerer by Luna Hunter
I must breed her — or she dies. I am a caged beast, bred for war. My captors force me to fight for my life, day in, day out, to hone my skills. Pain, war and death are all I know. And then Amy’s dropped into my cell. The most beautiful creature I have ever seen. Long dark hair, big eyes, and a curvy body I want to sink my fangs into.
Grey by Christi J. Whitney
Can you still love with a heart of stone? Sebastian Grey always thought he was a fairly normal teenager – good friends, decent grades and a pretty sweet job in his foster brother’s tattoo shop. But when Romany gypsies arrive in town, Sebastian discovers that his world is not what it seems. There is an age-old feud between his family and the gypsies – and this isn’t the only secret his brother has been keeping from him.
Flight Dreams by Michael Craft
A masterpiece of mystery and suspense, this is the moving story of a man struggling to come to terms with his sexuality Investigative journalist Mark Manning is on the trail of a story that could make his career. Airline heiress Helena Carter, who vanished seven years ago, is about to be declared legally dead.
Death al Fresco by Leslie Karst
When her father is fingered for murder, it’s up to Sally Solari to serve up the real killer before their new restaurant’s reputation goes up in smoke in the delectable third Sally Solari mystery. It’s Indian summer in Santa Cruz and restaurateur Sally Solari decides an open-air painting class is the perfect way for her to learn more about Paul Gaugin, the inspiration for her family’s newest restaurant. But the beauty of the Monterey Bay coastline is shattered when Sally’s dog Buster sniffs out a corpse tangled up in kelp. The body is identified as Gino, a local fisherman and a regular at the Solaris’ restaurant until he disappeared after dining there a few nights before.
Don’t Breathe A Word by Penny Kline
When Esme Fitch is found battered to death, aspiring detective Karen Cady believes she was killed for more sinister reasons than robbery. Josh Bowen, a shop-lifter, is spotted close to the scene of another break-in and murder – could there be a connection?
Burned and Scarred by Brenda Poppy
Life outside the domed city of Kasis is impossible – or at least that’s what its citizens have always been told. But when Burn finds herself on the wrong side of the ruling Peace Force – and the wrong side of the city’s walls – what she discovers could upend civilization as they know it. Stranded on opposite sides of the dome, gifted sisters Burn and Scar must battle villainous forces, fantastical creatures, and ruthless environments in hopes of finding their way back to each other.
Bitterhall by Helen McClory
PRAISE FOR HELEN McCLORY: ‘She is a writer completely unafraid’ – ALI SMITH ‘Shiny dark licorice mind candy: nothing quite like them’ – MARGARET ATWOOD (on Mayhem and Death) ‘McClory is clearly one of the best new writers to have emerged in Scotland in the last few years’ – HERALD From the prize-winning author of The Goldblum Vriations: a tale of desire, madness and the reality-constructing powers of books In a darkening season in a northern city, Daniel, Órla and Tom’s lives intersect through a peculiar flatshare and a stolen nineteenth-century diary written by a dashing gentleman who may not be entirely dead.
A Murder to Die For by Stevyn Colgan
When hordes of people descend on the picturesque village of Nasely for the annual celebration of its most famous resident, murder mystery writer Agnes Crabbe, events take a dark turn as the festival opens with a shocking death. Each year the residents are outnumbered by crowds dressed as Crabbe’s best-known character, the lady detective Millicent Cutter. The weekend is never a mild-mannered affair as fan club rivalries bubble below the surface, but tensions reach new heights when a second Crabbe devotee is found murdered.
Bitter Blood by Rachel Caine
For years, the human and vampire residents of Morganville, Texas, have managed to co-exist in peace. But now that the threat to the vampires has been defeated, the human residents are learning that the gravest danger they face is the enemy within… Thanks to the eradication of the parasitic creatures known as the draug, the vampires of Morganville have been freed of their usual constraints. With the vampires indulging their every whim, the town’s human population is determined to hold on to their lives by taking up arms. But college student Claire Danvers isn’t about to take sides, considering she has ties to both the humans and the vampires.
A Carefree Heart by Nina Jayne
Ophelia Douglas, owns a books store, coffee shop, dog park combo. She has a bit of trouble focusing on one thing. She’d like to settle down, but so far, she’s not found the man of her dreams. Zax is a private security agent is undercover as an assistant for a top executive. Zax is looking for a high-dollar thief who is stealing company secrets for a tech company. He has lunch with his chief suspect who hands him Fifi, a rat-sized Yorkie with a big dog bad attitude. Not a dog person, Zax is on his way back to Atlanta when he passes through a small town and sees Ophie’s dog park.
Backslash by William H. Lovejoy
A cyber terrorist has seized control of the Worldwide Information Network.
He has the power to close airports at will, paralyze telephone communications across continents, stop the sales of weapons and put a stranglehold on arms deliveries.