Sunday, August 12, 2012

Free Contemporary Fantasy Kindle Books 8-12-2012

These ebooks were listed as free downloads at the time of the post. These are usually only free for a few days at most. Always double check the prices before downloading.    

The Dark God's Bride (Book 1)
by Dahlia Lu
4.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon
Paranormal Romance

An ancient god on a destructive path of vengeance...

Imprisoned by the Archangel Lucifer ages ago, Summit, the Dark God, wanted nothing less than equivalent retribution. After breaking free and successfully retaining some splintered shards of his sanity, Summit set out to confront Lucifer. The Archangel was nowhere to be found. He has, however, left behind his most coveted mortal bride. The Dark God stormed into Hell to capture Lucifer's one and only weakness, but inadvertently abducted the wrong female - his own.

A reluctant heroine...

As a mortal raised among the demons inside a floating castle in Hell, Amara's life is not exactly what you would call normal. When she finds herself abducted by a half-mad god, who mistook her for the woman who brought her up, Amara chooses to hide her identity to protect her foster mother at the risk of her own life.

Beasts of the Walking City
by Del Law
4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon
Contemporary Fantasy

Blackwell is a bourbon-loving Beast on a one-way trip to steal an ancient artifact from one of his world’s biggest gangster families—a family you just don’t want to cross.

But the ship is just the beginning, and Blackwell isn’t prepared for everything that comes next.

First, he's hunted by a cult who wants to wipe his race out for good.

Then, he’s a pawn stuck between powerful gangster families at each other’s throats.

Who can he trust--the guy he works for? That'd be Al Capone--not the nicest of employers. The beautiful and seductive double-agent named Mircada who will steal his heart? A huge fire-belching family kingpin named Nadrune who wants him for her pet? The mysterious woman Kjat, who loves him—and who’s filling up with crazy demons from another world? The crazed general who’s after him for revenge? (Not him; that's pretty clear.)

Then there's the mystery of a legendary flower that once belonged to his race, a flower that might change the world—if only he can find it.

Welcome to Beasts of the Walking City, a fast-paced, funny, sexy adventure with steampunk cities that float and walk and fly, exploding gangsters at each other’s throats, pyrotechnic magical battles, time travel, crazy new alien races and the fate of two worlds hanging in the balance.

A Gift of Thought (Tassamara)
by Sarah Wynde
4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon
Paranormal Romance

At seventeen, Sylvie Blair ran away and joined the Marines, but she never forgot what she left behind. Now a close protection security consultant (aka bodyguard) for a spoiled teenager in Washington, DC, her empathic gift helps her keep her charge safe, if not out of trouble. When her past catches up with her though, she’s forced to face her regrets, even as she tries to decide whether her high school sweetheart’s ridiculous stories about ghosts and Mexican drug cartels are the ravings of a lunatic or just crazy enough to be true.

Redemption (Redemption Series)
R.K. Ryals
4.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon
YA Paranormal Romance

One Girl. . .

At sixteen, Dayton Blainey is a foul-mouthed, grief stricken shell of a girl forced to live with a religiously eccentric aunt following the death of her parents.

One Sacrifice . . .

Often upstaged by her moral older sister, Amber, Dayton is often flung into the shadows, forgotten. But age changes things.

No Hope . . .

As Dayton's seventeenth birthday approaches, her Wiccan best friend, Monroe, sees a vision outside Dayton's bedroom window that flings her into a world where right and wrong become dangerously twisted.

Redemption is the story of one young woman who must disentangle herself from a web of lies endangering her soul, and who discovers an attraction to a mysterious stranger that may just kill her.

Warning: Due to strong language, this book is suggested for young adults 16+

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