So I was chatting to some of my author friends the other day about how amazing our readers were and we found ourselves wondering, 'What would our readers like? What could we give them as a thank you for all their loyalty and support?' And the answer was immediately, blazingly obvious...


FREE BOOKS. YAY. I mean who doesn't like free stuff, right? I love it!! We all love it. And so we all agreed that we would give away our books to each other's readers as a huge THANK YOU. For without all of you, we are nothing.


So here we go. 14 FREE Fantasy Books for you to check out. They'll only be available from the 5th - 12th May so get in quick and download all those you want.

  Faery Born

by Donna Joy Usher

 It’s been thirteen years since the Dark Years ended. Thirteen years since the mad War Faery responsible was imprisoned in stone. Now, with goblin attacks on the rise it seems Galanta, the Goblin Queen, is intent on returning the land to chaos and terror.

Isadora Scrumpleton is trying not to think about the Dark Years. She’s just been chosen by her ‘familiar’, found out she’s half faery, and discovered she’s dating the second-in-line to the Faery Throne. That’s enough for one teenage witch to handle. But when goblins attack her village, Izzy is forced into action, ultimately joining the elite Border Guard and attracting the attention of the Goblin Queen.

As Galanta weaves a web of deceit, Izzy struggles to control her powers. Will she be able to stop the Goblin Queen in time, or will the world be plunged into a dark new reality?



The Impossible Creation

by Betsy Flak

Three lives defy destiny.

A vampire with otherworldly ambitions.

A vampire hunter, adrift in a sea of grief.

And an oblivious girl, over whose fate they fight.

Devastated by grief, Lucy fled from her supernatural birthright as a vampire hunter. Now she pretends to be a normal college student. She goes to class. She works a part-time job. She hides her superpowers from everyone except her best friend--who happens to be a witch. But when a vampire enters her town and targets an innocent high school girl, Lucy must hunt again.

Can Lucy win a tug of war where the prize is a girl's life?

The Impossible Creation is a prequel to the upcoming The Clan-Vampire Clash, a series of YA paranormal fantasy novels. If you like sinister villains, complicated superheroes, and heart-pounding suspense, then you'll love Betsy Flak's magical series.


Fall of a Demi-God

by A.J. Martinez

For the last 50 years Caim has been living the life of a demigod. He has been living with the evolved elves known as the Effeelions in a city floating in the sky. The demigod vowed the Effeelions that he would help them in their quest to find the realm of Cosmus. However, lately the demigod has been having some humanly desires. He begins to miss his life as a human. One day Caim witnesses how his humanly desires brought danger to the sky city.


Born of Water

by Autumn Birt

In the buried archives of the Temple of Dust may lie the secret to defeating the Curse, a creature which seeks to destroy 16-year old Ria for the forbidden gifts she possesses.

It is from among the ranks of those who control the Curse where Ria will find her best chance of success. Only the Water Priestess Niri can save Ria from the forces that hunt her, if Niri doesn’t betray the girl first. Along with Ria comes Ty and his sister, Lavinia, both bound to defend Ria from the Church of Four Orders. However, Ty has been living a life less than honest and keeping it from his sister.

To survive a journey that takes them across the breadth of their world, the four must learn to trust each other before pursuit from the Church and Ty’s troubled past find them.


Race Against the Dark

by Jennifer Amriss

Sanity is overrated. Rethink what you think you know.

Plagued by visions of poison green eyes, the name Ka’lei, and strange singing, Haylie knows she’s crazy. When she finds herself in the elf world, everything she thinks she knows gets blown away. Now, she’s a changeling come home, and her name really is Ka’lei.

Thrust into a battle of wills, Ka’lei struggles against the elfin Council to prove her adulthood and fight for the right to love whoever she chooses. Her birth mother’s attempt to kill her during the Council meeting then throws her straight into her ancestor’s ancient plot to destroy everything.

Looking exactly like her psycho ancestor, Ka’lei must get past her friends’ fears and somehow rally dubious allies for a race against the Dark. She battles not just to save two worlds. She fights to protect those she loves, and somehow hold onto the only place where she ever felt sane.


Escape PLUS Secrets in Blood

by L. S. O'Dea

Only the best are chosen to breed. The rest are loaded onto carts and taken away from the encampment.  Never to be seen again. Trinity has one week to escape into the forest and discover the fate of her kind.

Dive into the Lake of Sins and discover a world filled with human-animal hybrids where predators are friends and monsters aren't nearly as scary as those who create them.

The YA, dark fantasy series people are calling dark, gritty and too disturbing to put down.


Dragon Knight and the Heart Blood's Curse

by Diane Rapp

While sleeping off a large meal, Dragon is rudely awakened by a foul-tempered witch who invokes the dreaded Heart’s Blood Curse. The spell transforms Dragon into a human knight, simply because he devoured the witch’s daughter. It wasn’t his fault! The girl was already dead when she popped into his cave, and he merely behaved like a hungry dragon. After all, maiden is his favourite meal and a dragon can’t be expected to ignore the delicate flavor and tender flesh of such an offering.

To reverse the hideous spell, Dragon must help a young sorceress defeat a powerful demon. It would be an easy task in dragon form, but how can he travel across the land and fight in weak human guise? Dragon faces giant spiders, zombies, vampires, ghosts, and harpies during the journey. Dragon acquires peculiar companions along the way and learns that he must save an entire realm full of humans, fairies, ogres, and sorcerers—disgusting idea. A dragon would much rather EAT a knight than become one.

This book includes three bonus futuristic short stories.


My Fair Assassin

by C.J. Anaya

It's not everyday a teenage girl is singled out for assassination.

Crysta has come to accept the fact that she is freakishly different. Her shocking white hair, creepy powers, and weird eating habits have prevented her from fitting in with her various foster families. Now that she is fully emancipated and providing for herself, she hopes that life will settle down and become something halfway normal.

Her hopes are shattered when a dangerous man with lethal intent breaks into her apartment, but this enticing stranger isn't what he seems. Is he here to kill her or protect her from others who will?

My Fair Assassin is a romantic love story with elements of paranormal and urban fantasy woven in for an entertaining read. Adults and teens alike will enjoy getting lost in the pages of Crysta's story as she finally comes to accept who she is...or rather what she is.



Nephilim Generations

by Avell Kro

“This book will change how you think about everything!”

You must have heard of the Nephilim, or you wouldn’t have opened this book. But not everyone knows where the Nephilim came from, and that matters, because they’re coming back. And don’t let anyone fool you into thinking they’re from outer space, because that’s not true. The real parents of the Nephilim are not from outer space, they’re from inner space. A world they are very keen for you to know as little about as possible.

So what are we saving the world from? From evil. And where did evil come from? The answer is in this little book and the one that follows:  The Teenager’s Guide to Quantum Mechanic


Journey of the Maple

by Britney Dehnert

Can a sheltered, gentle princess find enough strength and courage to not only survive the assault of a dark, ancient enemy but to defeat him as well?

It's Princess Andretha's wedding day. Though her marriage is based solely on political advantages to join their kingdoms, she finds that she is quickly and unexpectedly falling for Prince Sharin, her betrothed.

Just when she counts herself the most fortunate of maidens, disaster strikes. A mysterious dragon arrives to destroy everything she hopes for, and she is carried away to the lair of a powerful necromancer.

As her dreams are crushed, it seems her only hope lies with her fiance, the dren prince, and his loyal half-dwarf bodyguard, who set out to return the elf princess to her devastated kingdom.

As they begin this epic journey to restore the two kingdoms' future, thwart the necromancer, and save all of Amried, nothing goes as expected. When all seems lost, will their efforts be enough to save the kingdoms from falling to the most powerful sorcerer of their time? Only time will tell if this journey will break her spirit for good or if it will cause her to find strength she never knew existed - and a love that reaches beyond death’s boundary.


Edgehill: Book 1 in the Kingdom of Shadows Series

by Thomas Rouxville

Athena is just four years old when a strange man whisks her away in the night and leaves her with her grandparents. When Athena is told that her parents have been killed, she doesn’t speak for a year—except in her sleep. The nightmares are relentless; she can’t escape them.

Life goes on and Athena eventually finds her voice, but the dreams persist. Athena finds solace working in her grandparents’ bakery; escaping to the nearby forest; and in her friendship with Tobin, a boy who lives on a nearby farm. The two are teenagers when they realize Edgehill has changed. One by one, the men are leaving—forsaking their families at the king’s command. The rumors are as dark as her night terrors, but no one really knows why an army is being built. Even the boys are being recruited. Their once bustling village has become a ghost town.

Something unspeakable is coming.

On her eighteenth birthday, Athena overhears her grandparents talking. They’re hiding something and it has to do with the death of her parents. When the town drunk forces his way into Athena’s home, he tells her a story that makes her blood run cold. Athena finally discovers the truth about her past and it changes her future forever.

A malevolent king. A world in peril. One young woman to save them all. Edgehill is the first book in The Kingdom of Shadows fantasy series by author Thomas Rouxville.


The Spark: A Meridia Falls Fantasy Thriller

by D.B. Green

“10 years ago, I watched as my sister was dragged through a mysterious white door that stood alone in a forest. My mom, stepdad, and an army of shrinks tried to convince me it was my dad that had taken Cassie. They told me he’d taken us hiking in the forest, intending to kidnap us both. That he dragged Cassie, kicking and screaming, into the trunk of his white car. That I got away and my mind invented the whole stupid door business to cope. Eventually, I believed them.

My dad is on death row, where he belongs.

My sister?

I never saw her again.

Now, I want to forget and start over. No one knows me in Meridia Falls. It’s time for a new beginning, a new horizon - and a new Logan Collins..."

Join Logan Collins, as he takes his first steps into a world of magic, meets the girl of his dreams – and uncovers the mysteries entwined around his life, and his soul…

THE SPARK is Book 1 in the alternate timeline spanning, MERIDIA FALLS Urban Fantasy Thriller series. It will give you that thrill ride of fast paced, event TV. Twists and turns that will not only keep you on the edge of your seat, but have you clinging to it for dear life.




by Brandon Chin

Qin, a young Confucius in the making, struggles with self-discovery in his village, Kyosei.

Living among a compassionate people and raw nature, he interprets his reality through music.

When his serene space is invaded by the neighboring tribe, Qin flees searching for clarity.

He travels to the mysterious Founder Mountain, only to be transported to another world. Confronted by Artificial Intelligence, a strange new language, and a censored people, Qin realizes his road to self-mastery is universal.

Can he navigate the modern world and make it back to save his village?



The Courage of Kahu (The Chronicles of Hawthorn, Series Prequel)

by Rue

Young. Unproven. The future rests on her shoulders.

Her birth served only one purpose—to propel the Sisterhood one step closer to the ninth daughter. The prophecy is clear: “. . . and the ninth daughter of the ninth daughter shall restore balance to the land and bring an end to the rise of the Shadow.”

Kahu Uira Hawthorn is the eighth daughter—the stepping stone, not the solution.

She grew up in the midst of powerful witches and skilled healers. Her mother, Kapowai, is the High Priestess of the Grand Coven of the Sacred Wood and a venerated leader.

When the time comes, Kahu will inherit the wand and become the High Priestess of all Aotearoa, a destiny bound to her the moment she drew her first breath. She may prove to be a wise and powerful leader, but her legacy will be judged by only one measure. Did she deliver the child of prophecy?