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Daughters of Suralia, by the award-winning author of The Marann, Christie Meierz.
Three women, two planets, and a whale...
Marianne Woolsey, linguist and tutor, being empathically bonded to the
leader of the Tolari turns out to be a bed of roses - complete with
thorns. Especially thorns.
With diplomatic relations severed and
humans kicked out of Tolari space, the Earth Fleet ship Alexander is
gone ... for now ... but Earth Central Command hasn't given up trying to
get Marianne back. As she struggles with surprises, nightmares, and a
bond-partner who can't be tamed, she just wants to figure out where she
fits in a society that isn't quite human.
Laura Howard, the
Admiral's widow, only desires to be left in peace to gather the
fragments of a shattered heart, but Central Command has plans for her,
Meanwhile, the Sural's apothecary is a serene and gifted
healer who knows what - and who - she wants. Circumstances have
conspired to deny her the man she's always loved, but in the pursuit of
his heart, she finds an unexpected ally.
Daughters of Suralia is a non-erotic scifi romance.
Redemption, by James K. Burk
Captain Li Wing Hua has been a prisoner of an alien race for nearly four
years, freed at last after the war. So when he’s finally made captain
of another space ship, he’s eager to return to space. But when he
discovers an observation outpost wrecked and the crew tortured to death,
Hua has reason to suspect the same alien race that tortured and held
him captive those four long years. But can he unravel the mystery
before it causes an interstellar incident?
Vol. 1 & Vol. 2., by John Dalmas
The Macurdies had been farmers for generations, and Curtis Macurdy would
have been content to spend his life with his exotically beautiful wife
Varia, earning a living by tilling his plot of land in the American
Midwest. Varia was from Yuulith, a magical world separated from Earth by
only a dimensional barrier that could sometimes be broached.
The Burden, by Valorie Hein
Growing up can be tough for anyone, but Erica Mathews' life is about to
take a turn for the worse as she discovers that the world she has known
to exist was the true fantasy. The world is far more dangerous than she
imagined; filled with magic, vampires, and shapechangers. While trying
to hang onto a "normal life" she unravels the true mystery of who...or
what...she is, only to be faced with the ultimate of sacrifices.
The Mask of God, by S.A. Bolich
On a planet long forgotten by Earth, two royal brothers are drawn into a war
sparked by human ambition, but it is the artificial gods of Ariel whose
strange power ensnares them in a greater conflict whose stakes only Fate
understands. One human life is the key-only Alarion Aravon does not take
kindly to being a pawn.
Cybermage, Book Three of Worldweavers, by Alma Alexander
Thea returns to the Wandless Academy only to discover her friends are as
out of sorts as she is. It’s only when she discovers that she is an
elemental mage—a mage so rare that only four other wizards in history
had similar talents—that the pieces start falling in place.
Thea is called on by the Federal Bureau of Magic to unlock a mysterious
white cube that may hold the secrets of more than just one elemental
mage. However, the Alphiri are naturally curious and are looking to
steal an elemental mage from the pages of history that could upset the
balance between humans and Alphiri. The great Nicholas Tessla, a
quad-elemental mage, has somehow survived death itself and both the
Alphiri and the Federal Bureau of Magic are searching for him. But can
Thea bring her friends together one more time to save Nicholas Tessla
from being made a slave to the scheming Alphiri?
Coup de Grace, by Frog and Esther Jones
And they all lived happily…oh, never mind!
You’d think that
saving the world from demons is supposed to come with justly earned
desserts or at least flaky pastries. For Grace Moore, covert
summoner/full-time foodie, saving the City of Spokane and earning a
promotion is anything but. Her days are now full of paperwork and Grove
politics, and her navigation of the new political waters is like a brick
in scuba gear.
Then, there’s Grace’s eighteen-year-old
apprentice, Robert Lorents. Robert is the most powerful untrained
summoner Grace has ever seen, but her promotion means he’s left high and
dry to clean up Spokane while she goes to Las Vegas on Grove matters.
Robert is understandably annoyed. Yeah, saving the city was okay.
Avoiding becoming a giant demon raccoon’s snack and the demon Cythymau’s
new battery pack was even better. But he screwed up and failed to save a
girl who was trapped in Cythymau’s clutches.
Grace seemed to have
forgotten that little problem. And Robert isn’t willing to get to it
“sometime.” Besides, what else does an annoyed, mostly-bored, foster kid
in Spokane have to do anyway?
The Lost Enforcer, by Irene Radford and Bob Brown
From a galaxy torn by civil war to a sleepy planet on the edge of the
known universe, Enforcer Jakai del Quint pursues the failed Warlord
Dorno Ban Sant to final showdown leaving Jakai alone and stranded on a
planet called Earth far from the civilization he fought to protect.
than a hundred years later Jakai awakes, freed from his hibernation by a
curious hiker. Together, hunted by Earth’s most powerful governments,
fleeing from covert alien “observers,” they join together to pursue
Jakai’s need to bring long delayed justice to the vicious warlord now
using his advanced technology to dominate Earth.
With only the
belief in his mission and the support of a woman with nothing to lose,
Jakai crosses the world only to be caught in the web of violence that
blankets the Middle East.
In a sprint to a final confrontation,
Jakai faces not only his past, but his future, and the future of Earth
itself as he challenges the hidden forces of the Galactic core and those
who would make Earth nothing more than stepping stone to a renewed
cycle of galactic war.
Owl Dance, by David Lee Summers
Owl Dance is a Weird Western steampunk novel. The year is 1876. Sheriff
Ramon Morales of Socorro, New Mexico, meets a beguiling woman named
Fatemeh Karimi, who is looking to make a new start after escaping the
oppression of her homeland. When an ancient life form called Legion
comes to Earth, they are pulled into a series of events that will change
the history of the world as we know it. In their journeys, Ramon and
Fatemeh encounter mad inventors, dangerous outlaws and pirates. Their
resources are Ramon's fast draw and Fatemeh's uncanny ability to
communicate with owls. The question is, will that be enough to save them
when airships from Czarist Russia invade the United States?
Gears and Levers 3, edited by Phyllis Irene Radford
Adventure and romance awaits in worlds that never were but should have
been. Magic and science blend together as Gears and Levers explores the
quest for all that makes up humanity. Battle pirates, walk with ghosts,
fly in dirigibles, explore the wonders of the world, and walk with automatons
in fourteen amazing tales set in Steampunk lands by masterful
storytellers such as David Boop, Irene Radford, Nancy Jane Moore, Renee
Stern, Bob Brown, George S. Walker, and Rhiannon Louve.