Category: Fantasy Romance

Yuletide Revelry – Graceley Knox

“If you touch that cookie, you will lose a hand.” I growl the words at Kirin, my hangry mood worse than usual due to the small being growing in the vicinity of my bladder. “You’ve already had five of them, Ev!” “I don’t care if I’ve had seventy of them, you little thief. I’m preggers. […]

You Only Love Twice – Bec McMaster

We need to send the Duke of Malloryn a message….” The word’s echoed in Obsidian’s ears as he slipped along the edge of a roof, stalking his quarry. Fog swirled around his boots, tendrils curling away from his cloak like the tentacles of an octopus. Ahead of him, a pale figure vanished over the next […]

Wish; Aladdin Retold – Demelza Carlton

Maram wasn’t sure she could think of any creature she disliked quite as much as a camel. They smelled like a carpet some drunkard had mistaken for a toilet, were about as comfortable to ride on as a bag of rocks, and they made noises reminiscent of a rutting man in the throes of the […]

Winter’s Passage – Julie Kagawa

In the shadows of the cave, I watched the Hunter approach. Silhouetted black against the snow, it stalked closer, eyes a yellow flame in the shadows, breath coiling around it like wraiths. Ice-blue light glinted off wet teeth and a thick shaggy pelt, darker than midnight. Ash stood between the Hunter and me, sword unsheathed, […]

Winter’s War – G. Bailey

Wake her up, wake her up, new king. For the crown will fall, the crown will fall. The crown will fall . . . . The shaking of the ground wakes me up from my deep sleep and the strange dream. I can’t remember anything other than words about waking someone up and the child-like […]

Winter Reign – M. J. Stark

My name is Nevena of Ethore. It is my lot to be a servant girl and to never have known of my people or my ancestry. I serve the House of Gaelbreth, comprised of Lord Jacob, Lady Katrina, and their daughters Thea and Delirah; a noble and kind family. I live and work in the […]

Wildest Dreams – Kristen Ashley

“You are sure?” Valentine asked in her soft, throaty, sing-song New Orleans accented voice. I nodded. I was sure. Heck yeah, I was sure. I could not wait. “Finnie,” my friend Claudia hissed from my side and I looked from Valentine to Claudia to see Claudia looked pale and alarmed. “This is crazy,” she went […]

While Beauty Sleeps – Ripley Proserpina

Kumiko.” This prince’s voice was a smooth baritone. He probably cultivated the tone —watched car commercials and repeated phrases, “Best in class…off-road towing.” Perhaps as a child, he’d been enchanted by a good fairy with a voice so perfect it seduced his listener. Sort of like the way my face had been enchanted to keep […]

What a Dragon Should Know – G. A. Aiken

SEE WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU LISTEN TO ME? “Only good things.” He smiled at her. “Now, are you going to thank me properly?” “I said ‘thank you.’ That’s considered in some cultures as thanking you properly.” “I was hoping for a little more than that.” She studied him for a long moment before she nodded. […]

Wayfarer’s Keep – T. A. White

Pain blossomed along Shea’s left side. She sucked in a sharp breath and gritted her teeth. She could already tell from the throbbing that a bruise was forming. The person responsible for the blow watched her expressionlessly as he dipped the tip of the short wooden staff toward the ground. From the sidelines an irate […]

Warsworn – Elizabeth Vaughan

Here we are, together again. Well, as together as we can be through the written word. Maybe you’re standing in a bookstore, sneaking a peek behind the cover? Or have you just opened that box in your living room after ordering my book online? Perhaps you’re waiting to check out, and browsing before you pay […]

Warsong – Elizabeth Vaughan

“Is this your first birthing since joining my camp?” Haya looked up at Elder Thea Olana with a nod as she dried her hands. “Yes, Elder.” The warmth of the birthing tent surrounded them as the others tended the mother, gathering close to acknowledge the life-bearer’s pain. “Then take this,” Olana gestured with the newborn […]

Warrior’s Lady – Amanda Ashley

Spread-eagled on the iron-bound table, he tugged against the thick leather straps that bound his wrists and ankles, writhing helplessly in an agony of blood and bruised flesh. Weeping, cursing, he fell back, his eyes closing beneath the heavy black hood that covered his head and neck like a shroud. The material, created by an […]

Warprize – Elizabeth Vaughan

Mom instilled a love of reading in me at an early age, but it was Dad that introduced me to the worlds of fantasy. While I will read just about any book, put a sword in a warrior’s hand, hint at magic and an epic journey, and I can’t wait to get my hands on […]

Warlord – Elizabeth Vaughan

I was terrified. I shifted my sweaty grip on the handle of my sword, and watched my attacker’s eyes. “Watch their eyes,” they’d told me. “The eyes will tell you their next move.” I stared intently at him, but his eyes told me nothing. My left arm was trembling from the weight of my shield. […]

War Bound – Tara Grayce

DEAD TROLLS haunted Essie’s nightmares. She struggled to drag herself from the images of dead bodies and blood and battle. A nightmare. Just another nightmare. A hand shook her shoulder, gently, pulling her all the way awake. “Essie.” She rolled onto her back, blinking up at him. “Did I wake you?” “No.” Farrendel, her elf […]

War – Laura Thalassa

Year 13 of the Horsemen Jerusalem, New Palestine THE DAY STARTS off like most others. With a nightmare. The explosion roars through my ears, the force of it knocking me into the water. Darkness. Nothing. Then— I gasp in a breath. There’s water and fire and … and … and God the pain—the pain, the […]

Walk on Earth a Stranger – Rae Carson

I hear the deer before I see him, though he makes less noise than a squirrel—the gentle crunch of snow, a snapping twig, the soft whuf as he roots around for dead grass. I can hardly believe my luck. As quietly as falling snow, I raise the butt of my daddy’s Hawken rifle to my […]

Waking Eden – Rhenna Morgan

T rinity Blair’s sweaty palm slipped on the steering wheel as she pulled into the parking lot of Plush and nearly took out a businessman fresh from the boardroom. God, what a nightmare. Fancy cars, bright lights, and shoulder-to-shoulder people decked out for prime time. Clearly, she’d lost her mind agreeing to her girlfriends’ latest […]

Viking’s Moon – Lucy Monroe

Mist swirled around Haakon’s lower legs, the pre-dawn light casting the forest of this other place in shadow. The soft moss upon which he walked was hidden from his sight, but he knew from past visits it was a brilliant green, the trees so tall their tops could not be seen even in the full […]

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