56 Fiction Books
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This One’s Mine by Allie York
For Iris Schaffer, proving herself has the best designer in the company is her top priority. She’s worked hard to get where she’s at and no one is going to stand in her way, not even the sexy Declan Taylor.
The Usurper King by Mercedes Rochelle
From Outlaw to Usurper, Henry Bolingbroke fought one rebellion after another. First, he led his own uprising. Then he captured a forsaken king. Henry had no intention of taking the crown for himself; it was given to him by popular acclaim.
The Truth About Unspeakable Things by Emily A. Myers
In an emotional, thought-provoking journey filled with secrets and regret, a young woman has a second chance at love after abuse. Emma Marshall is haunted by the trauma of her past.
The Sound Between the Notes by Barbara Linn Probst
What if you had a second chance at the very thing you thought you’d renounced forever? How steep a price would you be willing to pay? Susannah’s career as a pianist has been on hold for nearly sixteen years, ever since her son was born.
The Pressure of Darkness by Harry Shannon
“A dark, thrilling tale of murder and intrigue that will have you turning the pages as fast as you can.” –Crimespree Magazine “A thrilling stroll along the knife edge. Highly recommended.” -Cemetery Dance Three retired Delta Force soldiers now live in the LA area.
The Gilded Madonna by Garrick Jones
Halloran pulled the sheet down to the man’s waist. What I saw made me take a deep breath: the man’s throat was cut so deeply his head looked like it had almost been severed. “If you tell me this man was found in the public toilet behind the grandstand of Coogee Oval opposite where I live, I might just need a chair,” I said.
The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Invited and The Winter People comes a chilling new novel about a woman who returns to the old family home after her sister mysteriously drowns in its swimming pool…but she’s not the pool’s only victim.
The Cold Blast by Mary Easson
It is 1918 and the people of Blackrigg are weary of war. Badly wounded infantryman John Birse is recovering abroad in a hospital run by the International Committee of the Red Cross. As his memory returns, he recalls the industrial dispute of 1914 and its impact on his friends and family as they battled the Scottish coalmasters for improvements in wage rates. Meanwhile, school friend and farm servant Minn Graham awaits news from the Front.
The Blood Thief of Whitten Hall by Jon Messenger
In a world of science, magic is an abomination, but not the vile creation Royal Inquisitor Simon Whitlock once believed it to be. Accompanied by his apothecary companion, Luthor Strong, and Matilda Hawke, a werewolf, they return to the capital of Callifax, eager to convalesce after their last adventure.
The Asylum by John Harwood
Confused and disoriented, Georgina Ferrars awakens in a small room in Tregannon House, a private asylum in a remote corner of England. She has no memory of the past few weeks. The doctor, Maynard Straker, tells her that she admitted herself under the name Lucy Ashton the day before, then suffered a seizure.
Storm Clouds by Steven Becker
Can you control a country’s future through its past? When an undiscovered tomb in the Valley of the Kings is found, father and son agents John and Mako Storm are thrown into a cauldron of political ambitions and intrigue that could affect the balance of power in the Middle East.
Slow Grind by Tory Baker
Serenity I love traveling. I’ve even made a lucrative career of it. Traveling through Spring, Florida wasn’t on my radar. But then again, neither was a vehicle accident. Now I’m stranded with limited options. I need help, but I never thought my hero would show up in coveralls, steel-toed boots and a smile that makes my knees weak, and my panties melt. Greyson A beer in my hand while watching the waves roll in is where I find peace. That’s the only plans I make during my downtime.
Sign of the Maker by Brian Shea
Acclaimed author Brian Shea is back with SIGN OF THE MAKER, the fourth book in his heart-pounding Boston Crime Thriller Series. “Brian Shea is the real deal,” —Steve Konkoly, USA Today Bestselling Author of the Ryan Decker Series When a bomber targets the city he loves, Detective Kelly must decide how far he’ll go to stop them.
Shadow Game by A. M. Adair
Elle Anderson waited until he was right on top of her. When he turned to yell for security, she shot her blade across the back of his ankle, cutting his Achilles tendon. The shock robbed him of his voice, and his body went crashing to the ground.
Septic Dolly by Emery LeeAnn
Violet: Believe me, when I say having no arms and legs is not detrimental to me. My mouth works just fine. My blowjobs are to die for, in fact, stick around long enough, glimpse my act, and you just may. Coney Island is a veritable smorgasbord of treats for me. Please, be my guest at the carnival, see my beauty, most can’t take their eyes off of me, and maybe – just maybe – I will let you leave in one piece.
Roses Are Dead by Amy Grundy
The truck crashed into her with no warning. Protestors waved their signs as they chanted. This was not the welcome to Blue Water Bay that Iris expected. Neither was the dead body that she and her twin sister Ivy Mae found as they took an early morning walk down the trail.
Patriot by M. A. Rothman
Connor Sloane, a CIA operations officer, uncovers a plot against the homeland that dwarfs anything that had occurred on 9-11. After confirming that terrorists have finally gotten their hands on a nuclear weapon, all of his attempts at getting someone to do something are actively thwarted. Realizing that politics are at play, even at the highest levels of the intelligence community, Connor faces two choices: move on, or go to the press with everything he knows.
On Deadly Ground by Simon Clark
When there is nowhere left to run you must confront what you are running from, even if it is within yourself. Rick Kennedy feels good. Tonight there’s going to be the party of the decade, the brother he hasn’t seen for years has just flown in, and Rick is all set to do something about Kate Robinson, the beautiful girl he just can’t get out of his mind. In the pleasant village of Fairburn, the evening air is warm.
Not My Mother by Miranda Smith
“Wow… A fantastic, gripping read. As soon as I started reading it I knew I was going to love it, it grabbed me straight away and I couldn’t put it down. I finished it in 2 sittings, staying up very late and then getting up very early as I just wanted to know how it was all going to finish.”
Northern Heist by Richard O’Rawe
“Full of double and triple-crosses . . . Northern Heist’s deeds and details seem as real as a smashed kneecap, while its stopwatch tension, heightened by present-tense voice, is reminiscent of such classic caper films as ‘Rififi’ and ‘The Asphalt Jungle.”—The Wall Street Journal A fast-paced, suspenseful thriller based on one of the biggest (and still unsolved) bank-robberies in history, written by a former IRA bank robber. Nobody robs banks in Belfast without the IRA getting a cut — not even former Provo James ‘Ructions’ O’Hare.
Nathan by Kali Hart
Nathan: Heroes of Daisy Hills Book 1 An Enemies to Lovers Curvy Woman Romance Audrey Once upon a time, I used to think police chief Nathan Walker was attractive—sexy, even. Until he put my brother in jail. Some things I just can’t forgive. But when someone breaks into my bakery and robs me, I’m forced to work with the man I swore to hate. The more dangerous the case becomes, the more I’m stuck with Nathan as my personal bodyguard.
Merlin Fights a Ghost by Molly Fitz
It was hard enough serving as my witchy cat’s familiar when we only had to deal with threats we could see. Now he’s gotten himself into a bitter feud with a newly dispatched ghost, leaving me to wonder… How in the heck are we supposed to defeat this thing? I miss the simple days when all I had to worry about was finishing my thesis paper and not getting fired from my part-time job as a barista. And, yeah, even though I didn’t choose the magic life, it sure as heck chose me. Now all I have to do is to keep myself alive long enough to appreciate some of the perks.
Marked By Night by Demi Warrik
Fate always has a plan for us. Even if we’re not always ready for it. So, buckle up buttercups because this is my story. All I wanted was a normal night out with my bestie. A few measly hours away from our troubles before we’re shoved back into a cruel reality for the foreseeable future. But, apparently, that was too much to ask for, because I happen to stumble into three men who claim to be my fated mates.
Leonora in the Morning Light by Michaela Carter
One of O, The Oprah Magazine’s “Most Anticipated Historical Fiction Novels That Will Sweep You Away” and LitHub’s “Most Anticipated Books of 2021.” For fans of Amy Bloom’s White Houses and Colm Tóibín’s The Master, a page-turning novel about Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington and the art, drama, and romance that defined her coming-of-age during World War II. 1940.
Lemuria by Burt Clinchandhill
The secrets of the past belong to the future. “Again a big page turner! This story kept me reading well into the night to get to the end. With more accurate facts and detail than before. Well done!” ~ Roos Dahmen When all over the world, the last isolated living tribes disappear, Professor Matthew Bishop is again, unwillingly, dragged into an adventure that will take him all over the globe.
Instinct by Jason M Hough
Twin Peaks meets Blake Crouch as an overwhelmed police officer struggles to save her small, isolated mountain town after a series of seemingly unrelated violent incidents and senseless deaths in this twisting, atmospheric thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of The Dire Earth Cycle.
In a Book Club Far Away by Tif Marcelo
From the author of Once Upon a Sunset and The Key to Happily Ever After comes a heartwarming and moving novel following three Army wives—estranged friends—who must overcome their differences when one of them is desperate for help. Regina Castro, Adelaide Wilson-Chang, and Sophie Walden usedto be best friends.
Icarus by Matt Verish
Cole Musgrave’s dream of interstellar travel is about to become a nightmare. When a high-profile delivery is compromised aboard a state-of-the-art cargo vessel, the newly appointed captain finds himself embroiled in an assignment far above his pay grade. Blackmail, terrorists, a malfunctioning prototype A.I. pilot, and a sinister terraforming corporation with deep criminal ties await him.
I’m Waiting for You and Other Stories by Bo-Young Kim
“Her fiction is a breath-taking piece of a cinematic art itself. Reminiscent of the world we experienced in Matrix, Inception, and Dark City, still it leads us to this entirely original structure, which is a ground-breaking, mystic literary and cinematic experience. Indeed, powerful and graceful.”—Bong Joon-ho, Oscar-winning director of Parasite In this mind-expanding work of speculative fiction, available in English for the first time, one of South Korea’s most treasured writers explores the driving forces of humanity—love, hope, creation, destruction, and the very meaning of existence—in two pairs of thematically interconnected stories.
House Standoff by Mike Lawson
A D.C. fixer heads to Wyoming on a personal mission in the new novel from the Edgar Award–finalist and “reliably excellent writer” (Seattle Times). When someone close to him is shot dead in a roadside motel in a small Wyoming town, Joe DeMarco shirks his responsibilities as the Speaker of the House’s fixer to make sure the authorities are doing everything they can to catch the killer.
Hometown Heart Beat by Amberlee Day
City girl finds love with a country boy? That only happens in the movies. Or at least that’s what single mom Ronnie tells herself when she sees the hunky cowboy on her aunt’s farm. It’s fine to take the occasional peek at his broad shoulders and irresistible grin, but no way is she interested in getting to know him. Why bother? She’s only in town for a couple of months, and with one giant heartbreak already hanging over her head, she has no desire to open herself up for another one.
Home Front by Kristin Hannah
In her bestselling novels Kristin Hannah has plumbed the depths of friendship, the loyalty of sisters, and the secrets mothers keep. Now, in her most emotionally powerful story yet, she explores the intimate landscape of a troubled marriage with this provocative and timely portrait of a husband and wife, in love and at war. All marriages have a breaking point. All families have wounds. All wars have a cost. . . .
Her Secret Service by Jason Letts
When the president’s personal life gets turned upside down, that causes big problems for Jane Roe. Why? She works for the Secret Service’s Presidential Protection Division. Alex Morrin is the youngest president in history, and his sudden crisis has a lot of unintended consequences. The only ones that concern Jane are the disturbing threats to kill him, until she gets a chance to see that he’s more than just a man with an important job.
Helix Nexus by Chris Lofts
When Major Nathan Helix’s commanding officer plunges 55 floors to his death, everybody agrees that Helix is the obvious choice of investigator. Conflict erupts when the Home Secretary intervenes. Helix refuses to stand down and chooses suspension over desk duty. Determined to discover who murdered his friend and mentor, he joins forces with his cyber-genius brother Ethan.
Fashionable Love by Louise Laureen
Photographer Sienna Welsh gets booked for a shooting for none other than the renowned model Blake Vandermark. The two used to be friends in their ‘20s, just when they were starting out, but Blake vanished completely from Sienna’s life when she moved to the USA without a single word. As the two meet again, 15 years later, Sienna realizes that Blake hasn’t changed much, she is still as hard to work with as when she was young. But the two become close again and Siena starts having feelings for Blake. Why Blake left is a mystery Sienna will unfold while their friendship starts filling up with complicated emotions.
Endings by Linda L. Richards
How far can a profound personal loss drive someone toward darkness? What would it take for you to kill someone for money? And if you did, who—or what—would you have become? These are the question one woman faces when she loses everyone she loves and everything she has. When the opportunity arrives to reinvent herself as a killer for hire, she takes it. She’s good at it—and if she doesn’t do it, someone else will. Then everything changes when she learns about a serial killer so horrible she vows to find him and kill him until—overcome by self-doubt—she seeks redemption rather than vengeance. Fans of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Dexter will love Endings
Dead and Dusted by Lily Webb
Stashes of ashes turn trust to dust… Psychic Selena thinks she’s seen it all while working at the paranormal Kindred Spirits Inn — until a prominent guest has an allergic reaction to fairy dust. The only problem? Fairies haven’t lived in Starfall Valley for centuries. Fearing the financial fallout of her guest’s affliction, Selena has no choice but to dust up the truth — and what she learns is nothing to sneeze at. Unfortunately, Selena’s guest might not be the only carried away by the fairies because the curious culprit has plenty of trouble to sprinkle around.
Dark Matters by Michael Dow
Rudy Dersch is the newly minted CEO of the world’s largest corporate conglomerate. But the job comes with an unexpected twist – an invitation to join the Consortium, a small, secretive group of global elites who effectively decide what’s best for the rest of humanity. In a not-so-distant future of extreme income inequality, can anyone break their iron grip on the status quo? The answer may rest on a renegade physicist, close to unraveling one of the universe’s greatest mysteries.
Cursed Bones by David A Wells
Isabel reaches Karth, tormented by the influence of the Wraith Queen, and quickly becomes embroiled in the conflict between the House of Karth and the Reishi Army Regency. Before she can form any meaningful alliance with the Karth family, she must first challenge a dark and sinister power that has kept the Isle of Karth in thrall for millennia.
Cyclops Conspiracy by William McGinnis
“McGinnis pioneered whitewater rafting in California… now he boldly sails into epic saltwater fiction!” —Lee Foster, Travels in the American Imagination & Northern California Travel Nuclear bombs are being smuggled in suitcases by Islamist terrorists on under-the-radar sailboats through the Greek Islands on their way to multiple key targets in Europe and America.
Curse of the Wolf King by Tessonja Odette
A beastly fae king with a deadly curse. A devious bargain to break it… All Gemma Bellefleur wants is to leave her past behind and forget the day scandal broke her heart. But when she’s captured by a trickster fae king who threatens to hold her for ransom, she’ll find herself at the top of the gossip column yet again. Unless… Plagued by a curse that will soon claim his life, the human-hating King Elliot will do anything to save himself. And if Gemma can use that to her advantage, she might be able to bargain her way to freedom.
Curse of the Cherry Pie by Amy Patricia Meade
A sharp and tangy culinary mystery featuring Tish Tarragon. Can Tish beat the curse of the cherry pie to win first prize at the Virginia Commonwealth Bake-Off? When literary caterer Letitia ‘Tish’ Tarragon’s friend and star baker at Cookin’ the Books cafe, Celestine Rufus, pulls out of the prestigious Virginia Commonwealth Bake-Off, an anxious Tish reluctantly takes her place. Will her signature bake, a frangipane cherry pie, be up to the grade? As the bake-off gets underway, Tish’s worries increase when she learns that two contestants from the previous two competitions also had cherry pies on their menus . . . and both women died suddenly before making their bakes. Amid bitter rivalries, simmering jealousy and the bakers’ insatiable appetite for winning, is the curse of the cherry pie about to strike again?
Cradle of the Gods by Thomas Quinn Miller
In the world of Allwyn, a war has led to the downfall of humanity. Thousand years later, the survivors live on the fringes of a vast dwarven empire. Ghile, one of the last humans, is preparing for his Rite of Attrition in a settlement known as the Cradle of the Gods. Meanwhile, Almoriz the Sorcerer and his apprentice Riff arrive in Ghile’s village for their annual visit. Their meeting sets forth a series of events that changes Ghile’s life forever. He is marked as the Stonechosen, and wields powers of the gods themselves. But Ghile is not alone; others chosen to fulfill the prophecy are also traveling to the Cradle, seeking to destroy him.
Coming Out of Hiding by E Ayers
Erectile Dysfunction or ED affects over thirty million men in the USA, and most men before the age of forty have experienced it at least once. A multitude of factors can cause ED, and men don’t like to discuss it. For Maxwell Hutton, erectile dysfunction is the direct result of physical damage sustained while serving in the military. Over forty percent of his body is scarred, and consequently, he hides from the world. Tae Harris conjures up creepy images of her reclusive client until her fall from a ladder forces Max to go to her aid. She discovers he’s nothing compared to what she had imagined.
Chaos At The Clinic by Kaitlynn Clarkson
She’s neat. He’s not. What could possibly go wrong? and everything runs like clockwork, thanks to her talent for efficiency and order. She gets along well with her colleagues and at the end of each day, she’s satisfied with her work and her life. But one awful week, disaster strikes. Two key staff members announce that they’re leaving, throwing the clinic into instant disarray.
Brandon by Lucinda Lennox
Brandon: Alpha Special Forces (Book 1) An Insta-love Alpha Male Military and Curvy Women Romance Jasmine As a nurse I haven’t had a day off in…I don’t know how long. When my sister Jessica forces me to go out and have fun, I’m not exactly happy about it at first. That all changes when a group of young army men enter the bar we are sat in and the tall hunk in the group heads our way.
Born of Defiance by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Born an Outcast, Talyn Batur has spent the whole of his life fighting against the prejudice of his people. An Andarion without a father is not something anyone wants to be. But when his companion’s brother draws him into a plot against the Andarion crown, he finds himself torn between the loyalty to their planetary government that his mother has beaten into him and his own beliefs of justice and right.
Bootleg Stardust by Glenn Dixon
Daisy Jones & the Six meets Nick Hornby in this comical, uplit debut about a young musician from nowhere who gets his break with one of the biggest band of the 1970s—only to realize that things are not what they seem. Sometimes you have to hit rock bottom on your way to the top. It’s 1974.
Bloodline by Gabriella Messina
“The time will come…when you will have to let out the devil inside yourself…” Former NYPD detective Samantha Karolyi has enjoyed the peaceful sanctuary of her family’s cabin upstate… a peace that is shattered when she receives a dreaded phone call from the city: Her best friend, Ben Lewis, has vanished. Believing that the Pack, a highly-placed network of werewolves trying to control New York City, is responsible, Sam returns to the city to uncover the truth and fight a formidable foe alongside some unexpected allies.
Big Little Spies by Krista Davis
A pet detective on the hunt for a prominent pooch is found dead, and inn owner Holly Miller has to sort through her guest list for suspects in this all new Paws & Claws mystery in the New York Times bestselling series. The ladies of the Wagtail Animal Guardians, WAG for short, are in town for a pet adoption charity ball, and Holly is making sure to roll out the red carpet for her special guests. She and her furry best friend Trixie are busy keeping the WAG ladies happy and preparing for the ball when they learn that a retired judge has lost his prized pup.
Apartment 905 by Ned Sahin
After a deadly virus wipes out 80 percent of the world’s population, Matt Macaine, an ordinary urban resident, must now live in a corrupt society ruled by gangs after the government’s collapse. Unwilling to abide by new rules, Matt escapes his apartment and ventures on a cross-country trip to unite with his family. He eventually realizes the virus and gangs are not the only threats in this post-apocalyptic world. Is it a mistake to leave the confines of his home, or is fleeing worth what he uncovers?
And Hell Followed With Him by Robert Wisehart
A story that crosses oceans and continents from before the Civil War to the years just before World War II, a uniquely American story. Ranald MacKenzie can do anything, at least that’s how it seems to friend and foe alike. From Bull Run to Appomattox, the tireless and endlessly resourceful MacKenzie marches from one victory to the next, no matter how seemingly impossible the assignment.
A Piece of the Moon by Chris Fabry
An inspiring southern fiction story from the bestselling author of War Room When eccentric millionaire Gideon Quidley receives a divine revelation to hide his earthly treasure somewhere in the hills, he sets out to find a fitting hiding spot, choosing only a few Bible verses as clues leading to untold riches of gold, silver, cash . . . and one very unexpected—and very costly—item.
A Tale of Monsters Stolen by Derek Erickson
What do you do when monsters are eating your cattle? Call a hunter. What do you do when a monster bigger than your house walks by? Call a group of hunters and open a tab. This is going to be expensive. Being a hunter is a life of adrenaline, adventure, glory, and wealth. After all, not just anybody is willing to poke a dragon in the eye and save the city from certain death. The only catch is you have to live long enough to enjoy the benefits. When the fight tomorrow might kill you, you live for yourself and your friends today. So when someone is stupid enough to kidnap one of their own…There’s a chance this could end diplomatically, but it’ll probably be by the axe.
After the One by Cass Lester
What happens… after The One? April 16th is always one of Charley’s worst days of the year. It’s her husband’s birthday, a painful reminder of his death four years ago. So naturally, her car breaks down. She nearly gets run over trying to catch the bus. And then she’s made redundant. Her friends see the redundancy as a chance for her to start again and live the life she always wanted, but since being widowed Charley has clung to familiarity and avoided change like the plague.
A Family’s Promise by Carolyne Aarsen
Will he ever be able to give her the life she wants? Can she stop feeling guilty about loving him? Cam returns to the family farm in Millars Crossing to visit his step-mother afer her surgery. He hasn’t been back since his step-brother’s funeral.