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Breaking the [URL=Darkness:]Darkness:: Taken[/URL], by Felicia Starr. (Still free?)

"Taken has so many great elements. Some are adventure, danger, love, betrayal, and loss. Then there is the paranormal side of it all that our main character knew nothing of before now. Felicia Starr has pulled together a great story about more that what the eye can see or the ear can hear. There are some shockers in this tale, not only for Kasha, but for us as well. I can't wait to see where Kasha's journey takes us next and I am on pins and needles waiting to get some answers to some very important question." -- Amazon Reviewer

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★★★★★ "This book is just what us paranormal junkies love." Amazon Reviewer
★★★★★ "Trek into the Dark and Reveal an Amazing Read" Amazon Reviewer
★★★★★ "This story is the most original and unique PNR story I've read all year." amazon Reviewer

Opening her eyes to an imposing prison of complete darkness, Kasha is accused of possessing powers and abilities she had no previous knowledge of until the moment she comes face to face with herself while meditating. Haunted by memories strung together by lies and deceit, she soon discovers that maybe her beloved grandmother kept a few secrets she hadn't been aware of. Secrets that could be her salvation… or her undoing.

As she struggles to control her newfound powers, only time will tell if they will be enough to help her decipher who has imprisoned her or what they want from her. She must search for the answers and the freedom she so desperately desires. Could a handsome guy who vows to help her get away prove to be the man of her dreams… or perhaps her worst nightmare?

Not knowing who to trust, she must find a way to escape before she pays the ultimate price and finds herself taken by the darkness.

Breaking the Darkness Series

(New Adult Paranormal Romantic Suspense)

Book 1Taken

Book 1.5 Marked

Book 2 Betrayed

Book 3 Delirium

Book 4 Untitled

Sacred Hearts Coven

(Steamy Contemporary Romance with a touch of magic.)

Dark and Stormy

Light and Sweet

Jack and Ginger

Hawk Creek Novel

(Psychological Romance Suspense/Thriller)

The Beauty in Deception

★★★★★ "If your looking for a paranormal story that is not like any other, this book is for you!" Amazon Reviewer

285 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 57 reviews.

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White Lies, by Jeremy Bates. (Still free?)

"White Lies is deceptive. You'll spend about 15 chapters enjoying it, but feeling like you know exactly what's going to happen next. And then the characters have a party and you realize you simply have no clue. This is twisty turny suspense that will absolutely surprise you. Bates sets you up beautifully. You know your characters. You know the situations they'll find themselves in. Until you don't. Hard, Fast, Thrilling Suspense!" -- Amazon Reviewer

While driving to a charming village tucked away deep in the Cascade Mountains of eastern Washington, where she is to begin a new job teaching high school English, Katrina Burton picks up a young hitchhiker who turns out to be a drunken creep. Fearful for her safety, she lies about her destination in order to get him out of the car. But when she later discovers that he is a teacher at the same school, she finds herself feeding that initial lie with more lies.
Then Katrina meets Jack Reeves. Handsome, charismatic and strong, he is exactly what she needs to extricate her from the expanding network of lies. She falls fast and hard for him. But when Jack lands himself in the middle of a grisly murder, she must decide whether to turn him in--or tell yet another lie.
"Thriller fans and readers of Stephen King, Joe Lansdale, and other masters of the art will find much to love in this highly recommended, action-packed read." - Midwest Book Review on Island of the Dolls
"An understated horror story that will remind readers what chattering teeth sound like." -Kirkus on Suicide Forest
"[A] short, sharp shocker...Bates writes persuasively from Brian's adolescent point of view, making the horror of his youthful reminiscences that much more intense." - Publishers Weekly on Black Canyon
"Jeremy Bates has written a great book that would make a great Hollywood screenplay!" - Suspense Magazine on The Taste of Fear
"Bates takes an intriguing premise to shocking lengths, revealing the outcome only in an epilogue. A graphically violent story with building suspense and a moral about where weaving such a web may lead." - Booklist on White Lies
"The Catacombs is a thrilling descent into the unknown, peeling back the dark layers like a rotting onion, tears running down your face as you try to climb your way out. A hypnotic story of buried truths, disfigured creatures, and lost histories told with an authoritative voice full of heart and insight." - Richard Thomas, Bram Stoker nominated author on The Catacombs
"Jeremy Bates doesn't miss a trick, teasing and misleading, ratcheting up the tension as the heroine...loses traction on a slippery slope of deceptions." - Glenn Kleier, New York Times bestselling author on White Lies
"A horror story like none other...makes for a read that will delight horror fans who want their novels steeped in psychological suspense as well as action." - Midwest Book Review on The Catacombs
"A success!" - Hellnotes on Suicide Forest
"Definitely gave me chills reading this late at night which hasn't happened since I was a 13 year old teenager reading Stephen King's, It, for the first time." - verothehero
"Move over King and Koontz there's a new talent in town." - judy pfanner
"I had to stop reading at certain points because he was freaking me out. That only happens to me with one other writer--Stephen King." - Lyn Lutrzykowski
"I think of early Clive Barker, without the guts." - H. Kelly
"Suicide Forest is up the with Joe Hills Heart Shaped Box." - Lola Cain
"Scariest book I've ever read" - Jamie Dobbs
"If you like Greg Olsen or Jeffrey Deaver, Jeremy Bates is a great new talent." - Lnh
"If you like Greg Olsen or Jeffrey Deaver, Jeremy Bates is a great new talent." - Lnh
"I found it rivaling some of Stephen King's and Dean Koontz's early works---high praise indeed." - Diana D

239 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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Auguries of Dawn (The Legends of Dhanen'Mar Book 1), by Peyton Reynolds. (Still free?)

" love epic multi-part fantasy and I love interesting female characters in fantasy, which this series has many of. I enjoyed the variety of characters and the slowly revealed mystery. There's also a really interesting and unique system of magic/religion which other reviewers have described. this is definitely a page turner that I couldn't put down. " -- Amazon Reviewer

The Legends of Dhanen'Mar series - Volume 1

In a realm where superstition is held sacred, dark portents are arising.

Summer has arrived, and with it the annual celebration of the Arts. Together with their performance troupe, musician Oliveah Oslund and diviner Madilaine Savannon arrive for the festivities anticipating nothing more than a week of revelry. Instead, an encounter with a mysterious man incites a bizarre chain of events that will haunt them for the remainder of the summer.

As the season comes to a close, Oliveah and Madilaine find themselves drawn to the royal city of Aralexia to attend the yearly tournament hosted by the king. Confronting an array of both allies and enemies, including thieves, mages, assassins and warlords, they attempt to find the answer hidden within the deceptions, half-truths, omens and auguries concealing Dhanen'Mar's darkest secret.

The Legends of Dhanen'Mar

Auguries of Dawn - Volume 1
Tides of Fortune - Volume 2
Veils of Destiny - A Threads of Fate Novella
Shadows of Illusion - A Threads of Fate Novella
Web of Portents - Volume 3
Shades of Death - A Threads of Fate Novella
Sea of Omens - A Threads of Fate Novella
Path of Stars - Volume 4
Seeds of Betrayal - (A mailing list exclusive novella)
Legacy of Blood - A Threads of Fate Novella
Dreams of Mist - A Threads of Fate Novella TBR
Binds of Fate - Volume 5 TBR

742 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 18 reviews.

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The Griffin's Boy (The Griffin Riders' Chronicles Book 1), by Julia Hughes. (Still free?)

"The story has a beautifully designed fantasy world that is similar, yet different, from the world we live in and know. The characters have great depth and each and every one of them has very distinct personalities. In other words, the author did an excellent job and the characters within the pages are all brought to life wonderfully. The storyline progresses steadily from a young boy and a griffin, both passed over for a chance at more, to a grand adventure, to an ending you just never expected at all. With a good flowing story arch, this was such a fun filled entertaining adventure that I would gladly recommend it." -- Amazon Reviewer

In an alternative universe Britain remains an island of mists, populated by Celtic tribes and governed by feudal hierarchy. Evolution has taken a different path and mythical beasts exist. Only noblemen's sons are recruited into an elite troop known as the Griffin Riders. The best a nameless nobody like Neb can hope for is to become the equivalent of a stable lad.
But then his fate becomes entwined with the mischievous grey griffin Balkind, who everyone knows is trouble…and sure enough, Balkind disgraces himself on recruitment day and is rejected by Griffin Master Romulus. However, Neb is determined to change Romulus' mind. Telling himself and anyone who will listen that Balkind deserves a second chance, Neb steals the beast and flies off on the adventure of a lifetime.
In his quest to re-unite the mischievous gryffant Balkind with the Griffin Master, Neb saves a Chieftain's son's life, encounters girls for the first time, and finds himself battling a demon for his very soul. He also discovers why baby griffins are known as cherubs, an alternative name for angels.
"The Griffin's Boy" is a young adult fantasy adventure, a coming of age complete with first romance. However, parental guidance is recommended for younger readers, as this story contains some scenes of mild peril, and one of deadly violence.

A note from Julia: In the first Griffin Riders' title, "The Griffin Cryer", Frankie Shaunessy accidentally summons a griffin from a parallel universe. The griffin is followed into this world by his rider, who appears to be a very self-possessed young man. Despite the Rider's arrogance, Frankie falls in love with the griffin, and is determined to help them both back to their own world. Readers wanted to know more about the mysterious Rider - this is his story. A couple of readers also wanted to know why griffins - why not, for example, dragons? The clue's in my birthplace: I'm a Londoner, and griffins are the traditional guardians of London. In our world's twin in a parallel universe, or if you prefer an alternative dimension, legend has it that baby griffins are called Cherubs, or baby angels: and so on Ella-Earth, together with their riders, griffins guard the ley-lines of power against demons and demonic interference.

180 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 42 reviews.

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