Your Wednesday Reading List – 8/10/16

Love Me Deadly (Deadly Destiny Book 1)

by Alycia Linwood


Love Me Deadly (Deadly Destiny Book 1) by [Linwood, Alycia]Reg. Price: 2.99

Destiny’s world is anything but ordinary, only she doesn’t know it yet. Some of her memories are missing, and the handsome and intriguing Nataniel whose attention she has caught is more than just a bartender.

After she suffers a fatal accident, Destiny is turned into a vampire by none the other than the sexy, arrogant, and infuriating famous supermodel Enrique, who expects her to be at his beck and call. Forced to abandon her dreams and plans, she has to learn to feed on humans and navigate the supernatural world. As if that isn’t hard enough, she and Nataniel find themselves on opposing sides.

But when a party goes wrong, Destiny wakes up surrounded by corpses with no idea as to how that happened, and Enrique refuses to help. Her only hope to find and stop the killer before more people die lies with Nataniel… if she’s willing to risk trusting him.

Mature content and language. Not suitable for younger readers.

The first book in the Deadly Destiny series.



 Age of the Eclipse: The Interdimensional Saga, Book 5

by JL Hendricks


Age of the Eclipse: The Interdimensional Saga, Book 5 (The Eclipse Series) by [Hendricks, JL]When people claim to be allies, but work as enemies, what do you do?

Witches and Vampire Hunters are real! Turns out the Fae were wrong. There are a lot more humans who know about rippers (vampires) and Fae then I thought. Were all of those vampire slayer books and movies based on these guys?

While in Santa Barbara trying to free my best friend DeeDee from the rippers who took her from me, we came across some unlikely allies and foes.

Someone created blood-crazed rippers and set them loose on the unsuspecting coastal town and only my friends, the fae warriors, can save the people. But do our supposed allies want them to?

Are they really allies? Or are they out to screw us over?

Book 5 is a continuation from the first 4 books of The Eclipse Series. A Paranormal YA romance set in today’s urban jungle with hints of fantasy and sci-fi. Caution, this book isn’t for the faint of heart. While the romance is clean, the battles scenes can be a bit intense and dark.

However, book 5 is also a new entry into my universe. If you haven’t read books 1-4 that’s ok. You can join us here.

Reading order for the Eclipse Series:

Book 0 – Eclipse of the Beginning – an 11K word short story prequel.

Part I –

Book 1 – Eclipse of the Warrior

Book 2 – Eclipse of the Soul

Book 3 – The Eclipse of Power

Book 4 – Eclipse of the Heart

Part II –  Can be read before Part I if you don’t want to read the original novellas

Book 5 – Age of the Eclipse – Full length novel


Of Light and Darkness

by Shayne Leighton


Of Light and Darkness by [Leighton, Shayne]Shayne Leighton's stunning New Adult debut is a fiercely imaginative, multilayered dark fantasy where Alice In Wonderland meets Anne Rice's Interview With The Vampire in a story about a girl caught between two societies . . . two magic sides . . . and two loves. The first in a series of seven books!

Charlotte is the only mortal in a society of beasts and nightmarish things. By night, she hunts other humans to satiate her Vampire guardian. By day, she struggles to find her place of belonging among the magic and monsters.
But when war conflicts her peaceful, however odd little life, she must fight for love and survival the only way she knows how…
with her blood.


Royal Dragon

by Charlene Hartnady


Royal Dragon (The Bride Hunt Book 1) by [Hartnady, Charlene]Dragon shifters are a dying breed. There are so few females left that, if drastic measures are not taken, and soon, it’ll be over for the species. The threat of extinction looms.
King Blaze finally accepts that there is no other option but to evoke an age old tradition.
The Hunt.
The eligible dragon shifter males must hunt a handful of females. It’s first catch, first serve. The biggest problem is that the females are human. Despite feedback to the contrary, Coal thinks they are weak and breakable. In his opinion, not capable of surviving the hunt, let alone the mating that will follow. He doesn’t believe that a lowly human is capable of birthing him a royal heir, so why has his brother, the king, tasked him with claiming one?
He can’t believe this is happening to him. Especially when most of the males in their tribe are willing to accept one of these puny females. Not him. He’s never rutted with one and doesn’t have any desire, whatsoever, to rut with one in the future, let alone mate and impregnate one. Claiming one of these females will not be an easy feat considering there are three other dragon tribes vying for the opportunity.
How the hell is he supposed to do all of this when he doesn’t want to come within a mile of one of these unsavory creatures?


Debt Collector Season One

by Susan Kaye Quinn


The Debt Collector (Season One) by [Quinn, Susan Kaye]What's your life worth on the open market?
Lirium plays the part of the grim reaper well, with his dark trenchcoat and jackboots—he's just in it for his cut, ten percent of the life energy he collects before he transfers it on to the high potentials, people who will make the world a better place with their work and their lives. That hit of life energy, a bottle of vodka, and a visit from one of Madam Anastazja's girls keep him alive, stable, and mostly sane… until he collects again. But when his recovery ritual is disrupted, he has to choose between doing an illegal hit for a girl whose story has more holes than his soul or facing the bottle alone—a dark pit he's not sure he'll be able to climb out of again.



by Nicola Claire


Kindred (Kindred, Book 1): A Paranormal Romance Vampire Hunter Series by [Claire, Nicola]Vampires, shape shifters, ghouls and magic users abound in a world where the Norms, (those humans without paranormal abilities) are ignorant of the creatures of the night and the supernatural species that live alongside them.

Lucinda Monk is a bank teller by day and a vampire hunter by night, but she wasn’t always a part of this world. Thrown into a heady mix of powerful people and sensual beings, she’s had to find her way practically blindfolded in amongst the creatures of the night. But she’s a capable and realistic kind of girl. Her motto: never show fear. But, there's something different about Lucinda, something those creatures she hunts, want. In order to stay one step ahead of the enemy she has to let the enemy in. In all his compelling, seductive and delicious ways. Sleeping with the enemy has never meant so much before. But, can she trust him?

From the urban streets of the city, to the dark alleys and sinful bars that promise a wickedness a girl from the farm has never before been exposed to, Lucinda gets drawn irreversibly into the dark side of life. And if the Master of the City had his way, she would always be his. For eternity.


Emma Edwards

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