Hello, super Ozsome people! Amber R. Duell and I have another Faeries of Oz sign-up form! This one for Ozma’s release day blitz and Tik-Tok’s cover reveal, which we are so incredibly excited about and hope you can help us!
He’s a lover. She’s a thief. A magic bond like no other will tie them together.
After the death of his parents, Anton Bereza works hard to provide for his younger siblings. Love has never been in the cards for him, especially after desperation forces Anton to sell himself for coin. And he has no idea that, beneath the city of Kedaf, lies a place called the Bone Valley.
When Anton’s jealous client plots against him, he is cursed to spend eternity in a world where all that remains are broken bones. There, Anton meets Nahli Yan—a woman who once tried to steal from him—and his cards begin to change. But as the spark between them ignites, so does their desire to escape. All that stands in their way is the deceitful Queen of the Afterlife, who is determined to wield her deadly magic to break Anton and Nahli apart. Forever.
Sometimes the very thing you wish for, is your undoing…
Brenik has always been envious of his twin sister, Bray. Everything always came naturally to Bray, even after crossing through a portal from their fae world, while Brenik spent his time in her shadow. So, when Brenik discovers a way to get what he has always desired–to become human–he takes it. However, the gift turns out to be a curse that alters him in ways he never saw coming.
Bray can’t help but be concerned for her brother, more so when he vanishes. While waiting for Brenik to return, she meets two brothers who realize she is not the least bit human. Her dark bat-like wings are proof of that. But somehow, an aching bond forms between Bray and the older brother, Wes.
When Bray reunites with Brenik, she finds an overpowering need for blood stirring deep within him. If Bray doesn’t help Brenik put an end to his curse, it will not only damage those who get close to him, but it could also destroy whatever is blooming between her and Wes.
Perfect for fans of Holly Black and Sarah J. Mass.
Abigail has always struggled with strange voices appearing inside her head. From the relentless tyranny a woman faces on an antebellum plantation to the unknown prison camps in America during World War II, our heroine discovers the past in a way that forever changes her future. There are moments from previous periods that serve as guiding posts for the country’s growth, but they also mark the transitions for Abigail’s own personal history. Her best friend, Margaret, partners with Abigail to discover the identity of these voices while focusing on her passion and quest to become a United States senator. Through it all, a serial killer torments the country, romance blossoms between some of the people they meet during the journey, and secrets long thought buried come to light in devastating ways. With the twisting of elements, numerical alignments, and the trauma of spiritual entanglements, no one will be the same… and just a few might not even be around anymore.
When Carla agrees to house sit a condo by the beach for a summer, she’s met with a juicy surprise. Though reluctant, and determined to stay away, Carla is drawn to a young man a few doors down. Blake is handsome, temperamental, and just as determined to win her over as she is to stay away. Will Carla succumb to his possessive, domineering traits and become his for the summer? Or will she let better judgement along with their age difference drive a wedge between the undeniable connection? Three months under the summer sun is about to heat up the parts of Carla that she once believed to be lost, tossed to the wind and gone forever. After an accidentally naked night in the water, everything changes, and Carla is forced to face his persistence head on.
Slowly, the air releases from my lungs and I stomp my feet to the house. The paperwork for my leave sits perfectly concealed on the front seat of my car. The last thing I want is to have my kids see them right off the bat. I pull a stalk of celery out of the overstuffed paper bag in one hand, so I can point it at my children while I make my way into the kitchen.
“Mom!” Dean throws his hands in the air, palms toward me in surrender. “Before you say anything, just hear us out.”
“You’re a villain,” I say and thrust the celery around like a sword. I wave it back and forth between them. “Both of you.”
“Disarm yourself, Woman.” Marsha chimes in. “We only did what we had to. You never would’ve taken the initiative at work if we didn’t step in. There’s only so long you can use your job as an excuse.”
She rounds the bar to take the awkwardly full paper bag from my arm and sets it next to the stove before the bottom has a chance to give way and spill its grocery guts all over the tiled floor. She’s completely unfazed by my foodish threats and doesn’t even glance in the celery’s direction.
Dean’s face lights up at my lighthearted humor. With wide eyes he laughs openly, then he shakes his head and returns his attention back to the schoolwork in front of him. Finals are rapidly approaching, so they’ve both been glued to their studies. It’s been peaceful this last week, but a little lonely I’ll admit. Another reason I’m afraid to be by myself for the summer. I’m a great mom, and for the most part my kids prefer to spend the majority of their time with me, so I’m rarely lonely.
I don’t want to be alone for months on end. My mind wanders to the billboard, and I remind myself of the water dripping down the muscular back. Okay, alone is one thing. Alone on the beach might not be so bad, with the possibility of a view like that close by.
Koryn’s life is idyllic. She has the perfect boyfriend, great parents, good friends, and an amazing band. Their band even landed a gig at The House of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts for the chance to win a meeting with a record label. But when tragedy strikes, Koryn loses so much more than just a bandmate, she loses herself, too.
Now, with the approaching show, she needs confidence more than ever if she hopes to continue on. With the aid of another friend, and a helpful spirit,
Koryn will need to decide if she’s got what it takes to pursue her dreams, and potentially change her life entirely, or let fear and grief consume her.
My alternate dimension book baby is officially born! I had such a blast writing Music & Mirrors and love this 80s paranormal romance duology almost as much as David Bowie! Lyrics & Curses will also be .99 until tomorrow if you haven’t read that one yet! So hope you guys take a walk to another dimension through Music & Mirrors to learn more about Ridley and Leni!
Hey guys! I’m so freaking excited to reveal The Bone Valley cover next month that I could scream to the stars in glee! So if you are able to help with the cover reveal, that would be the awesomest thing ever! This is the link to the sign up form!
The final battle is here, and the bonded fates of everyone involved will defy the limits of their reality.
When the world’s magic is born from sacrifice, everything is at stake.
The Queen… Emory Fae has risen to her role of Queen of Kiero, and having just defeated the Oilean and fusing her ability with Adair’s dark magic, what she can achieve is limitless. With a company of immortals, she hunts the Dark King, trying to find a way to free Brokk. Will she give everything to save the man that has defied worlds for her?
The Warrior… As the leader of the raiders, Nyx Astire will have to orchestrate keeping her people safe while an armada marches on their doorstep. With the naithe warrior Hesen by her side, along with her friends, can they find a way to overthrow the Dark King?
The Cursed Prince… Brokk Falkov has learned the full truth of his past and, in turn, lost everything. His fate is now in the hands of the enemy, and he will have to rely on the woman who betrayed him to save his life. The fate of the world and his life now hangs in her hands.
The Fallen… Marquis Maher has sworn himself to Emory, desperately trying to find a way to win back her trust. His home is destroyed, and everyone he loves is gone. Marquis battles a helplessness that threatens to drown him until, one night, when an unexpected visitor shows up. An unlikely alliance is then formed. Will Marquis use his knowledge to save Kiero, even if his own survival is slim?
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Today is the Glass Vault Duology ebook box set release day! I’m so excited to have Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault and The Bride of Glass in one awesome reading package! For the next few days it will be on sale for .99 and then will return to regular pricing, so grab it while it’s hot!
The complete Glass Vault duology in one collection full of magic, fantasy, and romance. This box set includes Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault and The Bride of Glass. Perfect for fans of Penny Dreadful and A.G. Howard.
A girl without answers. A boy who wants to help her. A mysterious museum that some see… And some don’t…
Perrie Madeline is a normal girl living in a normal world. Her only concern is deciding whether or not to let herself fully fall for August Hartley after her past relationship failed miserably. That is, until a strange museum, known as Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault, appears overnight and people around her begin to go missing.
To uncover what hidden secrets the Glass Vault may behold, Perrie then embarks on a pursuit with August. They soon realize, not everything is as it seems. While stumbling through the museum’s obscure collection, Perrie and August must find their way out before discovering what may truly not be for the faint of heart.