The Immortal Descendants: Books 1-3 April White $0.99
A limited edition boxed set of the first three books in the time travel fantasy series with over 1200 five-star reviews. Includes the exclusive short story “The Gift.” This five-book series is complete.
“A rich, satisfying mix of romance, horror, and time travel.” – Kirkus Reviews (Marking Time)
Saira is a young woman who has no idea she’s “special”. No one has explained to her that she is descended from a unique family, and if she were to trace one of the strange spirals she finds, she could end up lost in time. So when her mother disappears, Saira survives as she always has – until one night she finds herself transported back to Whitechapel, London in 1888, on the night of Jack the Ripper's double murders.
And that's just the beginning…
“An enthralling mystery, wrapped in a thriller, tied with a romantic bow.” LitBuzz Reviews
“April White is a consummate story teller who weaves historical events into a fast paced story through time. A great plot, intriguing characters that you'll instantly care about, and beautiful writing that is some of the best I've ever read.” G. Elliot, Author
Waking up in med bay with temporary amnesia is terrible. Even worse is finding out everything her mate told her was a lie. But does that include his love…?
Happy Hour at Casa Dracula Marta Acosta FREE
Gardener and book-lover Milagro De Los Santos doesn’t quite fit in anywhere, but still manages to have fun in her haphazard city life of temp jobs, nightclubbing, and arty boyfriends. Then one night, at a book party for her pretentious ex, she meets Oswald, a fabulous man. A mad kissing session leads to cut lips and an accidental exchange of blood.
Then for the first time in Milagro's life, she becomes sick and develops strange cravings for raw meat. When her ex-boyfriend kidnaps her, accusing her of being a vampire, Oswald’s family comes to her rescue and hides her away to recover at their wine country estate.
The family thinks she's an aimless party girl. She thinks they're terrible snobs. Can they learn to tolerate one another long enough to defeat mutual enemies and make it home for cocktail hour?