Your Monday Reading List – 4/1/19

Your Monday Reading List – 4/1/19

To Heaven From Hell
Elly Aurora

To Heaven From Hell (Shattered World Book 1) by [Aurora, Elly]For four hundred years, Hell crafted me into a savage beast.
Tortured. Beaten. Broken. Scarred.
I suffered until I discovered the worst pain in existence…
Heaven stole my angel from me.

I was a man possessed when my ship landed on Welsh shores. All I ever loved was the sea, but when Olivia's gold hair shone like an angel on land, my new love took over my whole being. I knew the second I saw her, she was mine. I gave up everything to buy her dowry and claim her for my own. Of course, I happily took payments on her love in advance.

Until the church decided I was better fit for the noose.

I was betrayed, yet I was the one who found myself in the ninth circle of Hell, the ring for betrayers. I was part of those meant to suffer the worst, right next to Cain, Judas, and the first of them all, Lucifer.

But no one keeps me down, and no one takes what's mine.

I proved myself the strongest, fiercest, and cruelest, and rose through the ranks of demons. And when I found out the secret they've been keeping from me, I took my newfound power and escaped Hell.

My angel is up in those clouds, and I'm heading straight to Heaven.

When I bust through those gates, I'm taking her back. No angel or demon's going to stand in my way from getting what I'm owed.

Hell hath no fury like a man obsessed.

Enter this hot and steamy introduction to a new fantastic paranormal series. Each book is a standalone. New couples, new creatures, new stories, but all the same heat. This demon's going to save his beloved, and he'll shatter the world to make it happen.

Dead of Night
Emily Goodwin

Dead of Night (The Thorne Hill Series: Book One) by [Goodwin, Emily]Never trust a vampire.

I might have learned that lesson the hard way. But when I find myself in a vampire-owned bar, I don’t have much of a choice. With vampires still trying to assimilate into mainstream society, I’ve done Lucas King a favor by stopping one of his patrons from draining a human dry in the basement of his bar. A favor he'd prefer to repay in bed than in kind.

Vampires and witches have had more than a jaded history, and when witches start showing up dead in surrounding covens, all signs point to something old and powerful. Something that knows the ways of the witches.

Something–or someone–like Lucas.

What's worse than trusting a vampire? Falling in love with one.

Wolf Land Book One: Bluebells
Fiona McShane

Wolf Land Book One: Bluebells by [McShane, Fiona]On the night of Bealtaine, Sorcha Moore shares a kiss with Rory Farrell, a kiss that makes bluebells spring up beneath their feet …

The very next day, Rory leaves Wolf Wood. Has he really gone to Dublin, or is he closer than Sorcha thinks?

The year is 1652. Ireland is known as Wolf Land. Oliver Cromwell's army has arrived. Properties will be seized. Land will be cleared. Wolves will be destroyed.

But in the small village of Wolf Wood, Cromwell's men face far worse enemies than in the rest of the country. The wolves here are bigger, stronger, more intelligent. Could these wolves be forming an army of their own?

Emma Edwards

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