Your Friday Reading List – 1/8/20

Your Friday Reading List – 1/8/20
Of Goblins and Gold
Emma Hamm
To save her sister, she must beat a goblin at his own game…
Freya knows the sound of goblin bells. She knows to move to the side of the road and let them pass. Never buy any of their wares. And above all else, never make a deal with the monstrous beasts.

But when her sister takes a necklace and is kidnapped, Freya knows there is no other choice. She must journey to the realm of the fae where the Goblin King himself has stolen her sister. Once there, she must perform four tasks to save the only family she has left.

The Goblin King won’t make this easy, however. He always seems one step ahead of her. To defeat him, she’ll have to put everything on the line.

Even her heart.

Fan of Sarah J. Maas and Ursula K. Le Guin will be left guessing at every turn!

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Crystal Dawn
Sebastian is moving his pride headquarters to what he hopes will be a permanent home. Seven groups of big cats will be forming an alliance for mutual defense and to aid in the growth of all their groups. The last thing he needs right now is a mate. Too bad the goddess does things her own way.
Andi is busy building her flower shop into a prosperous business in a town the size of a shoe box. She gave up on men, who has the time for them anyway? If only a certain arrogant alpha would get the message. Things get even worse when she’s attacked repeatedly by mercenaries looking for a potential white wolf mate to sell to a customer. Will her life ever settle down?
Fire of the Dreki
L.E. Wilson
The beast is awake, and it burns for its mate.

Kohl Sergones knows there’s no place for a woman around a creature like him—half vampire, half dragon, and the only one of his kind. Adopted as a child by a coven of vampires, he keeps his head down and fights a constant battle to keep his fiery side at bay. Until the night Kohl sees Devon dancing alone in the shadows. The dragon senses her before Kohl does, and it awakens with a burning hunger he can’t ignore. When her life is threatened, the beast is unleashed with a fury.
The last place Devon Young ever thought she would find herself is on the witness stand of a notorious court case concerning her employer, Parasupe—a company created by the US government to regulate supernatural creatures secretly living among the human race. Her testimony lands her boss in jail, and Devon has to relocate and start a new life. Determined to put it behind her, she treats herself to an evening out, where she meets a tattooed bartender whose tough appearance can’t hide the sweet warmth of his brown eyes. But Parasupe isn’t done with her, yet.
Devon is everything Kohl wants, and the one thing he can’t have. Not because of who she is or the color of her skin, but because it wasn’t safe for her in his world. Not for her. Not for him. Not for the rest of his coven. If the Master doesn’t kill her, the beast inside of Kohl will.
But that wasn’t enough to keep him away.

Emma Edwards

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