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by Scott Nicholson
3.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon
An infection that consumes and changes people...
When an alien entity lands in the remote Appalachian Mountains, a clairvoyant psychology professor, a drunken dirt farmer, and a disillusioned tycoon must team up to stop it before the infection spreads.
But with Windshake's annual spring festival coming, the town is full of visitors, unaware of the unnatural menace creeping toward them from the woods...
How To Disappear Completely
by Annika Howells
4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon
YA Dark Urban Fantasy
Cynical seventeen-year-old Lycia wakes up in the dark, twisted town of Greenwood, unable to remember how she got there. Aside from her mother, who is trapped in a coma-like sleep, Greenwood's only other inhabitants are the hostile and eerily identical students who attend the school.
Lycia befriends the school outcasts; the eccentric Aster and his shy companion, Meg. Together they discover a trapdoor into a bizarre, dream-like underworld called Bassisha. When the violence in Greenwood escalates to deadly new heights, Bassisha seems like their only hope of freedom. But Bassisha has dangers of its own.
As madness sets in and reality crumbles, Lycia, Aster and Meg must find a way to escape from a nightmare of their own creation.
Olympia Heights: The Pantheon
by Amy Leigh Strickland
5 out of 5 stars on Amazon
YA Urban Fantasy
They say that lightning never strikes the same place twice, but for Zach Jacobs, that just isn’t true. It’s hard enough being seventeen-- juggling school, football, friends, and teenage romance-- but Zach’s about to find out just how complicated it can get when he begins to suspect that maybe he was the lightning. Teenage woes hardly seem significant when you’ve got lightning shooting from your fingertips and a couple of murderous Titans trying to settle an ancient score.
Billy: Messenger of Powers
by Michaelbrent Collings
4.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon
YA Urban Fantasy
"BILLY WAS ONLY THIRTEEN YEARS OLD THE FIRST TIME HE DIED."
And with those words the saga of Billy Jones begins with BILLY: MESSENGER OF POWERS.
Billy, like many of us, leads what he believes is a fairly normal life: trying to get through school, trying to deal with his first crush, and trying to avoid the bullies who seem intent on trying to prove he can be flushed down a toilet. But all that changes (or at least some of it) when Billy discovers that Powers walk among us.
These Powers (what you or I would call witches or warlocks) have divided into two camps: the Dawnwalkers, dedicated to the protection of humanity and the secrecy of the world of the Powers; and the Darksiders, who want nothing more or less than complete control of the world and the enslavement of all humanity.
For years the Darksiders and Dawnwalkers have lived in a state of uneasy truce: ever since the last War of the Powers, when the evil Darksider Wolfen was defeated and banished, cast out of the world of the Powers and ordered never to return.
But now there are whispers. There are stirrings. Portents.
Wolfen has returned.
The Darksiders are on the rise.
And Billy is the only one who can save the world.
Eternal Flame (The Angelic Saga)
by Patricia Garber
5 out of 5 stars on Amazon
When Samantha's beloved mother dies from cancer, this Baptist preacher's daughter finds herself motherless and alone in the world. Her heart turns away from the God she was raised to love, and bitterness takes His place.
The need to find a distraction from her grief takes Sam on an unexpected adventure to the historical town of Salem, Massachusetts, where the colorful customs of a more puritanical time are in striking contrast to everything Sam was raised to believe. Her journey begins with the words of a local fortuneteller who predicts guidance and companionship for Sam's future.
Hope springs eternal when the most famous entertainer in American pop culture becomes her guardian angel. Elvis Presley hasn't walked the Earth in almost 30 years. To the surprise of both Elvis and Sam, during their days together they forge a friendship that holds passion and love.
What is the future for a love between a mortal and an angel? When the time comes, can Elvis leave Earth for the second time without her? Can Samantha go on and love another after him?
Those questions fan the eternal flame of her heart.
House Haunting (The Real Estate Paranormal Mystery Series)
by Mary Merrell
4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon
Rosemary Fernandes is a divorced, naïve woman, determined to make it in the tough world of real estate. Keith Laumer is a ghost, eager to leave his earthly haunt. As a real estate and a womanizer in life, Keith is the perfect partner to teach Rosemary the ins and outs of the real estate business, and he’s willing to teach her anything else she wants to know.
Frank Perez is a tough guy tattoo artist with ah-so-wide shoulders, and a chest Rosemary can’t wait to get her hands on. He thinks she’s a tease, jerking him around with this ghost story. And the ghost wouldn't be sad if the tattoo artist just went away.
In struts Laura Toste, Rosemary’s gorgeous, best friend. She’s going to make all the bad voices go away. Keith wishes he can join these two lovely ladies, but all he can do is watch, as they recklessly investigate his death, staying one step ahead of the killers.
Can there be a love triangle between a goodie two-shoes, a tough guy, and a ghost? And how long will Rosemary remain naïve and alive when her less-than-subtle sleuthing drops her and her friends into a sinister years-old plot?
If you enjoy Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum, you’re going to find a kindred “spirit” in Rosemary Fernandes.