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4.9 stars – 9 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Tenna Massey’s husband is possessed, and may be the one responsible for the string of murders in her community. Only a demon Hunter can stop him, and unfortunately for Tenna, she comes from a long line of them, a legacy she ran away from years ago.

If Tenna chooses to become the Hunter she was destined to be, it will mean stepping back into the world she thought she’d left behind for good. Worse, it will mean killing the man she’s loved for so long. But if she doesn’t, the murders won’t stop.

The longer she puts off her decision, the more innocent lives are in danger, and the more Tenna realizes she can’t run forever.

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4.8 stars – 78 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Book Two of the Stacy Justice Series has more magic, more mystery and more twists and turns than your average amusement park.

A long-lost sister.
A missing mother.
And murder.

All Stacy Justice wants to
do is recover from the bizarre couple of weeks she’s had–a whirlwind kicked off
by the arson attack on her cousin’s bar, the Black Opal. But just when life
should be settling down, a fourteen-year-old girl named Ivy appears on Stacy’s
doorstep, claiming to be her sister. Ivy says their mother’s life is in danger
and insists that the family’s magic is crucial to saving her. Sure, Ivy has
Stacy’s fiery red hair and green eyes–but is she really her sister? And can the secretive teen be trusted with

Then a man is found dead at
Stacy’s grandmother’s bed-and-breakfast, and she has no choice but to see where
Ivy’s story leads. Strange warnings appear at every turn, including the
disappearance of the family’s Blessed Book, and it seems someone is out to kill

Picking up where Opal
left off, the second book in the spellbinding Stacy Justice series dazzles
with even more magic, mystery, and mayhem–revealing the dark secrets of the
Geraghty clan.

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5.0 stars – 5 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Call it a gift, or a curse, but Mike Rubin’s life plays out like a sitcom. This is a viscerally funny true story of Mike’s trials and tribulations as a pre-med college student. Mike’s uncanny tendency to end up in the most ridiculous situations and to just “go with it” enables even the most awkward or humiliating scenarios to play out hilariously. With the exception of using public toilets, Mike proves he is willing to try anything college has to offer… twice! From manipulating evil professors to brewing his own beer to becoming the leader of a secret society, Mike’s college misadventures will have you laughing out loud.

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4.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Still grieving years after the butchery of his pregnant mother and kidnapping of his premature brother, Robert Goldner was just seventeen when he contracted the White Fire Virus. He prayed for the excruciating death most victims experience shortly after acquiring the STD. Instead he was cursed to live on, slowly dying, ridden with billions of parasites, and possessing a bizarre but limited ability to manipulate photons, the basic units of light.

At age twenty, Robert still considers himself damned and confused, not the least because more and more surviving virus-carriers are calling themselves “angels”– God-blessed beings of light–his licentious partner Darryl Ridley being a prime example. But Robert attempts to shove the irritating mystery of it all to the gutters of his mind as he focuses on his mission as a Watcher agent, locating and recovering missing children in the Washington, D.C. area.

When Robert and Darryl receive a hot tip on the location of a virus-infected girl who disappeared shortly after attempting to massacre half her high school, they prepare to chalk up another success. But when they instead find the girl’s best friend from school, beaten nearly to death, they become entwined in a conspiracy involving magick, bizarre creatures, fantastic realms beyond space and time, and even the death of God.

Can two dying angels do anything to prevent the Apocalypse?

A speculative thriller woven with cosmic Lovecraftian weirdness, Broken Angels is the first book in a metaphysical fantasy series entitled Eve of Light.   Metaphysical Fantasy is a subgenre that mixes action/adventure with philosophy/theology.  Think Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials (specifically The Amber Spyglass), but intended for readers aged 17 and older.   Be warned: This is NOT a Young Adult Fantasy, nor is it an all-action-and-nothing-else Urban Fantasy.
This book contains graphic violence, adult language, and what some may consider heretical themes.

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Ulterior Motives (Revised)

by Mark O’Neal

Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Maurice Ousley was a pro basketball star who came into his own in his third season with the St. Louis Wolves. His team got bounced out of the NBA Playoffs, so he decided to come back to Chicago to visit his family Mother’s Day weekend. However, someone from his past wanted to make him pay, so his stepfather was kidnapped for a million dollar ransom. He had 48 hours to raise the money or else his stepfather was dead. Will Maurice rescue his stepfather, or will the two of them fall victim to this band of ruthless thugs?

Ulterior Motives (Revised) is reedited and reformatted; and it contains bonus chapters, a more in-depth background of the main characters, and an alternate ending for your enjoyment. Relive the action and suspense in Volume 1 of this spellbinding series.

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Angela of Troy

by SJB Gilmour

3.8 stars – 5 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Angelina Troy was a woman of legend. Seasoned veterans feared her sword and gods themselves lusted after her body, just as demons in the pits of the darkest hells loathed her and her necromantic power. Nothing, it seemed, could bring her down. Then she met the one man who neither feared her nor desired her. It was that encounter which was the beginning of her ultimate undoing and her terrible fall from grace…

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An Old Friend

by Mark O’Neal

3.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Mike Cross was living the glamorous life in the Windy City. He was a millionaire before thirty and the consummate ladies man who worked hard and played harder. However, crossing paths with his college roommate Devin Dinkins (Dink) years later would prove to be a costly error in judgement. Dink made his living hunting down hustlers, and Mike was no exception to the rule.

Mike’s day got even more interesting when he met the girl of his dreams (Candi) and instantly fell in love. Will Mike settle down and change his ways, or will the playa get played? Or will he seek revenge on Dink? One thing is certain, his life would never be the same again.

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