Your Wednesday Reading List – 9/18/19

Your Wednesday Reading List – 9/18/19
Rogue Skies
Jason Nugent
The skies have gone rogue. Space can't be tamed. And magic is a law unto itself.

Transport yourself to new worlds where dark magic clashes with witty witches, diabolic demons, feisty fae, and sexy shifters. Or travel through time and space with cosmic spies, space thieves, and telepathic pirates. Add in a dash of Victorian heroes and inhuman soldiers, and you have a one-of-a-kind science fiction and fantasy collection of intoxicating proportions.

Fans of Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, Neil Gaiman, Anne McCaffrey, John Scalzi or Sarah J. Maas, Leigh Bardugo, Tamora Pierce, Lois Lowry, and Maria V. Snyder will find themselves transported to weird realms and epic otherworlds in this reality-optional boxset.

Rogues and Rebels, Magic and Mayhem, Futures and Fantasy—there's no limit to the excitement that awaits when you turn the pages of this collection of spellbinding adventures from some of today's best-selling Science Fiction and Fantasy authors.
Bitten By My Teacher
I dreamed about losing my innocence to a vampire.

I’d never met him before.
And then I saw him the next morning.
He’s my new college professor.
Could this be a coincidence? I’m not sure.
Is it scary? Definitely.
He’s way too sexy and I’m drawn to him.
But the darkness within him raises questions.
He’s hiding a secret.

What if he’s been having the same dreams as me?
Is he the only one who can save me from the danger that’s coming?
Slip of Fate
Hettie Ivers
I was supposed to find my brother in South America and bring him home.

I wasn’t supposed to get kidnapped in the process… or unearth an ancient blood curse coveted by two of the world's most powerful, dangerous werewolf packs.

I definitely wasn’t supposed to develop any feelings other than hate for my brother’s enemy: the ruthless—and beyond obnoxious—Alpha werelock holding me hostage.

In a kinder world, I might’ve stumbled upon a classic werewolf mate-for-life alternate universe and encountered the stuff of romantic fairy tales.

Trust me—this isn’t that world.

Emma Edwards

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