Category: Fantasy

Unlocked – Shannon Messenger

A CHILD OF UNTRADITIONAL ORIGINS: In what was hopefully a first (and last) for our world, Sophie was born and raised by two humans (formerly known as Will and Emma Foster, relocated once as Connor and Kate Freeman, and again as [REDACTED FOR SECURITY] in an area of the Forbidden Cities that the humans call […]

Treoir Dragon Chronicles of the Belador World #6 – Dianna Love

Sweat ran down the side of Casidhe’s face in spite of cool air in this dark underground tunnel. Standing in chest-deep water and facing the possibility of dying here jacked her pulse out of sight. She hadn’t left a note at the hotel for Daegan to shield him from the danger of meeting up with […]

Treoir Dragon Chronicles of the Belador World #5 – Dianna Love

Daegan’s dragon rampaged inside him. Ruadh wanted blood. “What will it be, dragon? Make a choice,” Joavan shouted over the roar of a storm hammering the cliffs of Spain’s northern coast towering above them. The Faetheen lifted his hand where the grimoire volume Daegan and Casidhe had risked their lives to retrieve floated above his […]

Treoir Dragon Chronicles of the Belador World #4 – Dianna Love

What happened to all the noise? Where were the jets and that loud helicopter? Casidhe sat with her knees drawn up to her chest and arms wrapped tightly around them, rocking. Daegan said he’d come back. He wouldn’t leave her alone on a mountain in Spain. An unbearable silence pressed on her chest. Had Daegan […]

Treoir Dragon Chronicles of the Belador World #3 – Dianna Love

Casidhe froze. She couldn’t speak, couldn’t catch her breath. She stood all alone with the most powerful dragon shifter to ever live. Her family’s greatest enemy. Daegan of Treoir, the scare-the-spit-from-her-mouth red dragon. Right here in her ancestral archive centre. Her heart tried to catapult out of her chest and run screaming for help. Daegan […]

Treoir Dragon Chronicles of the Belador World #2 – Dianna Love

Hostile energy swarmed Casidhe’s cottage and buzzed her skin. Her adrenaline rush crashed, slamming into the shock chilling her. She couldn’t stop the ringing in her ears. She’d killed a live being. Two, in fact. Neither had been human, but still. She clutched Lann an Cheartais with a death grip. The sword had come to […]

Treoir Dragon Chronicles of the Belador World #1 – Dianna Love

What the hell are ya doin’, Fadil? Daegan roared telepathically as he flew hard in dragon form toward the battle his father’s men fought. On the far side a cerulean sky stretched from horizon to horizon. Fadil’s brown dragon flapped his wings just as fast, head down and not a sound in reply. Fadil had […]

Touched By Fire – Kel Carpenter

TRENTON MCARTHUR WAS the epitome of a fuck boy. Young, mid-twenties in appearance. More than a little cocky. Arrogant. Solid looks. A warlock of moderate status, and rich as hell. In another life, he would have been a frat boy from Florida State—had magic not become known to humankind and the entire world upended as […]

To Sleep in a Sea of Stars – Christopher Paolini

The orange gas giant, Zeus, hung low above the horizon, huge and heavy and glowing with a ruddy half-light. Around it glittered a field of stars, bright against the black of space, while beneath the giant’s lidless glare stretched a grey wasteland streaked with stone. A small huddle of buildings stood in the otherwise desolate […]

Tiger’s Destiny – Colleen Houck

Rocking on the waves of the ocean, I dreamt I was swimming with a great dragon who winked at me. As he moved past me with a flick of his tail, my body jostled. I moaned and struggled as rough hands wrenched my limbs. The drone of an engine replaced the sound of the waves, […]

Threshold of Annihilation – T. A. White

“WHY DON’T YOU say that again,” Raider suggested in a deceptively soft voice. The man who had served at her side for years, through thick and thin, during a war that threatened to decimate the human race seemed calm. Serene even. Unnaturally so, given the life-altering revelation that he had a daughter he’d never known […]

This Golden Flame – Emily Victoria

The hallways of the Tallis Scriptorium are always so black at night. Statues and busts loom out of the dark and ribbed columns stretch down from the roof like pale fingers. I’ve taken my sandals off, twined their laces together, and hung them off my shoulder where they can’t make any noise, and the cold […]

This Coven Won’t Break – Isabel Sterling

SUMMER WAS STILL BLISTERINGLY hot when classes resumed at NYU, where a young Caster Witch named Alexis Scott was starting her sophomore year. After her final lecture of the day, Lexie gathered her things and hurried home. Her professors had wasted no time piling on assignments and complicated labs, leaving her with hours of coursework […]

These Violent Delights – Chloe Gong

In glittering Shanghai, a monster awakens. Its eyes snap open in the belly of the Huangpu River, jaws unhinging at once to taste the foul blood seeping into the waters. Lines of red slither through this ancient city’s modern streets: lines that draw webs in the cobblestones like a network of veins, and drip by […]

The Year of the Witching – Alexis Henderson

IMMANUELLE MOORE KNELT at the foot of the altar, palms pressed together in prayer, mouth open. Above her, the Prophet loomed in robes of black velvet, his head shaved bristly, his bloodied hands outstretched. She peered up at him—tracing the path of the long, jagged scar that carved down the side of his neck—and thought […]

The Witch’s Key – Sarra Cannon

They buried my parents on a Friday, and by Saturday afternoon, I was on my way to live with an uncle I barely knew in a town I’d never heard of before in my life. Well, technically he was my great-uncle. Martin Thorne. I’d only met him a handful of times when he’d come to […]

The Witch’s Heart – Genevieve Gornichec

Long ago, when the gods were young and Asgard was new, there came a witch from the edge of the worlds. She knew many ancient spells, but she was especially skilled with seid, a magic that allowed one to travel out of body and divine the future. This greatly appealed to Odin, the highest of […]

The Wicked and the Dead – Melissa Marr

AUTUMN in the South was still both humid and hot. New Orleans was always a wet city. Wet air. Wet drizzle. Beer soaked streets. Other things spilling out from behind trash bins. Sometimes, the heavy air and frequent rain was just this side of too much. Most nights, there was nowhere else I’d rather be. […]

The Whimsy Witch Who Wasn’t – Donna Augustine

Dead leaves blew across the ground, looking like small creatures scuttling by, spying on the neighborhood, its occupants, its tourists. The wind whistled and howled, and I would’ve sworn it was saying, “Tippi.” “Shut up,” I told it. Of course, the wind ignored me and continued to call my name. A tingle spread over my […]

The Vanishing Throne – Elizabeth May

I REMEMBER HOW it felt like the air around me burned with ash and cinder. How his blade broke the skin at my throat, a stream of blood warm down my neck. How the war around me seemed to go quiet and slow as if time had stopped. It was just Lonnrach and me, my […] © 2018 | Descargar Libros Gratis | Kitap İndir |