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.
She Who Hunts (Hunters)
by C.L. Parks
4.9 out of 5 stars on Amazon
Tenna Massey’s husband is possessed, and may be the one responsible for the string of murders in her community. Only a demon Hunter can stop him, and unfortunately for Tenna, she comes from a long line of them, a legacy she ran away from years ago.
If Tenna chooses to become the Hunter she was destined to be, it will mean stepping back into the world she thought she'd left behind for good. Worse, it will mean killing the man she's loved for so long. But if she doesn't, the murders won't stop.
The longer she puts off her decision, the more innocent lives are in danger, and the more Tenna realizes she can't run forever.
by John Matthews
4.2 out of 5 stars on Amazon
YA Urban Fantasy
None can see like the Blind…
Ryan Lorimar and Jessica Werner have a special gift: they can see ‘fallen angel’ apparitions within other people. But as the fallen angels in turn know that they’ve been ‘viewed’, it’s a gift that will get him killed. They need protection. They need to enter ‘Blind School’.
Their only hope is Ellis Kendell and his team of agents. Day in, day out, Kendell’s team trawl through street-cam images from across the nation to pick up that tell-tale eye light-refraction of ‘viewers’. Can Kendell’s team get to the viewers before the fallen angels and get them to safety in ‘Blind School’? But there’s also an added agenda: Kendell’s department want the ‘viewers’ help in tracking down more ‘fallen angels’.
Yet is Kendell deluding himself? Setting this small group of teens against a legion fifty-times their number of the most cunning and vicious murderers and criminal masterminds the nation has to offer – is he simply throwing them to the wolves? Fated to watch them one-by-one die. The odds are against them.
Broken Shell Island, The Witches of West Shore
by Dalya Moon
4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon
YA Contemporary Fantasy
Opal gets a dirty old suitcase for her birthday. She's not impressed. Her grandfather tells her she'll need it, because she's going to live with her great aunt on Broken Shell Island. Opal wonders if her grandfather hasn't gone senile, because Broken Shell Island is a made-up magical place that their family friend Flora Fritz writes picture books about.
Oh, but the island is real. And magic.
Opal encounters magical plants, animals, and danger, too. The evening she arrives, a body is discovered in the woods, not far from where she passed through. Worse, a terrifying creature has emerged from the ground, and it hungers for the innocent, whether the people of the island believe in it or not.
While young Opal is eager to fit into her new life, perhaps becoming a witch, she's mainly concerned about surviving her first week. Riding a unicorn is not quite the experience she expected, nor is her first encounter with hair-styling pixies.
Life is beautiful, magical, and perilous, on Broken Shell Island.
Sin and Sacrifice (The Daughters of Eve #1)
by Danielle Bourdon
3.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon
An ancient order of Knights determined to acquire them at any cost.
And one man hell bent on saving both.
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Evelyn Grant, along with her four sisters, have a secret. A secret the Knights Templar want for themselves. It all went back to the Garden of Eden and the Tree of Knowledge and Life. The Knights will do anything to exploit the girls and their access to that sacred place, but one man, government agent Rhett Nichols, is set to the task of saving the women from torture and even death.
He succeeds—and he fails.
After centuries of being hunted, would Evelyn ever be able to trust the one person who might be able to help her? On the run, Evelyn and Rhett face off against their adversary and she's left with no choice but to put her life in his hands.
by Christine L. Barr
5.0 out of 5 stars on Amazon
At sunrise, Roxanne Harris is a vibrant high school student with loving parents and a devoted boyfriend, Adam. At sunset, Lyla emerges with a taste for blood and the lips of Roxanne's delectable beloved. When Adam is tricked into releasing Lyla from confinement, the three of them set off on a journey/kidnaping that brings them head on in a battle of inexplicable good vs wickedly evil. Roxanne fights to bring out the goodness in humanity, Lyla fights to free humanity from their inhibitions, while Adam is in a constant battle to keep his soul intact and his mysterious past hidden. But they will all have to answer one very important question: is paradise worth the price of your own soul?