Want to try some new urban fantasy novels? Here are some recently released ebooks that are currently priced at 99¢ or free. Stock up your ereader and dive in!
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by Aimee Easterling, Jenn Stark, B R Kingsolver, Marina Finlayson, Dale Ivan Smith, N. R. Hairston, Jenn Windrow, Becca Andre
Come howl at the moon with these all-new tales of wolves in the city!
This thrilling collection contains eight exclusive novellas by today’s top urban-fantasy authors:
“Fox Hunt” by Aimee Easterling – Mai’s life revolves around acting human and teaching fencing to middleschoolers. Then a student goes missing just as werewolves start breathing down her neck. Can she hunt the hunters without revealing her identity as a fox?
“Wereabouts Unknown” by Jenn Stark – Having strutted her way from cop to carny fortune teller to the newest, most fabulous member of a group of Tarot mystics, Nikki Dawes has the world in the palms of her bedazzle-gloved hands. But now a pack of displaced werewolves is relying on her to find the rest of their kind. Can she reunite those snarly, sexy beasts in time to win the war on magic?
“Elemental Witch” by B R Kingsolver – After a magical disaster puts Joanna’s future in jeopardy, the Supernatural Council gives her a second chance at Midleton College. New friends, a hot wolf shifter, and a serene campus grow on her fast. Then some fool summons a demon. Can Joanna clean up the mess before the demon kills her friends?
“Dragon Tears” by Marina Finlayson – New wolf Nat Turner jumps at the chance to escape her controlling pack when she’s offered a job as bodyguard to a powerful dragon. But her dream job becomes a nightmare when she realises she must also protect the magical gems known as dragon tears that contain his power. Because holy hell, does that man have a lot of enemies.
“Lunaticking” by Dale Ivan Smith – Sorcerer-Agent Elizabeth Marquez tracks illegal wolf-men manifestations. Shifter Chloe must find her kidnapped pack leader. Together, these two wielders of different magics must find the supernatural culprits behind both crimes, and stop a far greater one from happening.
“Prowl” by N. R. Hairston – Wereskunk Anise is constantly ducking werewolves and vampires intent upon harvesting her high-dollar skunk oil. Will alpha werewolf Brick really help, or is he just another poacher hunting her?
“Full Moon’s Curse” by Jenn Windrow – Sometimes the cure is worse than the curse. Cursed by a witch on a power kick, Julia Monroe has twenty-four hours to kill the leader of the local coven. If she fails, she’ll be forced to live as a wolf for the rest of her life. If she succeeds, she’ll be excommunicated from her pack and her family.
“A Myth in Moonlight” by Becca Andre – Leena knows that mythical creatures don’t exist – not in the modern magical world. But when the old werewolf myth proves to have some…bite, she must reexamine her beliefs to break an improbable curse before it runs wild in Cincinnati.
by N.R. Hairston
I’m covered in tattoos from my head to my toes. I’m cursed to live with the sins of every kill I ever made. In sunlight, those marks turn golden and burn me alive.
He’s a killer. Ian’s notorious in the underworld for making people disappear. Now he wants a meeting with me, and I know it can’t be good. I grab my boyfriend Kemp and we meet him.
I was right. He wants me dead. He lost a lot of money when my cousin got killed and he blames me for that. I go on the offensive, but he’s ready.
Ian is sadistic. His plans for me are depraved. I’ve never come up against a horror like this. Ian means to destroy me, but I never go down without a fight.
A Prescription for Possession
by Noree Cosper
Madness is spreading like a virus.
Gabriella di Luca vowed to protect her lover’s family when he died…but ten years ago she failed and the oldest Van Helsing was killed by a devil.
Now that devil has resurfaced. She’s determined to get her revenge before he can lay a bloody hand on the remaining three brothers.
Gabby suspects the devil is testing a drug that induces demonic possession, and the only way to get close enough to the devil is to fall victim to the madness herself.
If she wants to save the brothers and their city, she’ll have to risk her most precious possession: her mind.
A Prescription for Possession is a fast-paced paranormal adventure that will have you hooked from page one. It’s got everything – demons, werewolves, witches, and more! Buy A Prescription for Possession to dive into this Dark Fantasy Series today!
I used to be a hero. Then I grew up.
I’m Kieran Thorne, the world’s only living half-fae. The gig comes with a few perks—immortality, magic I can’t control, fae assassins constantly on my heels. And the chance to protect the good and the powerless against those who are neither.
For hundreds of years, that’s what I did. Until I got tired of the humans I saved repaying me by burning me at the stake or shooting me in the heart. I traded in my white hat for a mansion on the beach, and started living by a new creed: look out for myself, and let the humans solve their own problems.
But now Winter fae are going missing, and someone has planted a trail of evidence leading right to my door. I have two choices: let Queen Mab’s feral enforcer carve me to bits, or help her find the real culprit.
Looks like I’m back in the hero business. But this time, I’ll remember the lesson it cost me so much to learn:
There are no good people in this world, and no righteous causes. Humanity is corrupt. The fae are cruel and vicious. Me? I’m a little of both.
One town. One Werewolf. A dozen suspects.
Twenty-six-year-old Cora Nash is a sweet, quirky aspiring photographer with big dreams, but for now, her biggest concern is renovating her grandmother’s storm damaged home in the small woodsy town of Rookridge.
When she arrives in the tight-knit community, it doesn’t take her long to figure out she doesn’t exactly fit in, so she does what she thinks is best—keep to herself. That plan works… until it doesn’t.
People in Rookridge have gone missing, but the most disturbing part is that no one in town is concerned about the inexplicable disappearances. No one except for Cora, who barely escapes with her body intact after a run in with a mysterious and violent beast.
Cora realizes she’s in over her head, especially when the werewolf sends her running for her life and seeking shelter in the home of the town’s biggest bad boy, Max, who may or may not think she’s completely nuts. Can she figure out who the werewolf is before it’s too late? And will she be able to control her own appetite for Max along the way? Cora can only hope!