Den of Dragons
A Crimson Cloak Anthology
Prophecies, goddesses, legends, myths, lost love, new love….
The Primean Dragons, the direct daughters of the queen and dragon goddess Tiamat herself, are renowned for their prophetic powers, but none more so than Shamû. To become a dragonbound, one must be utterly in love with Tiamat.
Every night, Kyra hopes to see the shot of flame that signifies Zeflaw is flying, her one true love. When she performs the mating dance high in the air, will it be Zeflaw who flies for her, or another?
Biorn the Bold is feeling his age. His muscles ache more every year. He’s beginning to wonder if he’s wasted his life in this endless search for mythical dragons. He’s built up quite a reputation for his bravery as a dragon hunter, though he’s never actually seen a real dragon.
Love blossoms when sixteen-year-old Faith goes for a hike in Oregon’s beautiful mountains and finds a wounded young dragon shifter. Badly hurt in a fall, she must try to help Aeson without her parents finding out.
Behind Closed Doors
by Karen J Mossman
Kerry tries to protect her sister, but she can’t protect her mum or herself from Bill, her stepfather. He’s mean and volatile and likes to drink. When she meets Tommy, they fall in love, and she finds out his last girlfriend brought trouble to his nice normal family. Not wanting to jeopardise their relationship and do the same, Kerry tries to keep her secrets behind closed doors.
Eventually, the bruises and the lies tell their own story. She can’t hide the fact Bill is wrecking their family, and deeper family issues threaten to destroy the best thing that ever happened to her—Tommy.
A coming of age story set to a backdrop of seventies music and fashion.
The Battle for Imperiana (Patch Man Book 3)
by Rick Stepp-Bolling
With the war in Summia over, Imperiana becomes the new battlefield. Var arrives in Adriat hoping to convince President Gelfson to end his insane attempt to create an army of dead Imperialists and invade Summia to complete his plan of total genocide. Meesha, in an effort to save Ten, travels to Imperiana only to discover Moab has set a diabolical trap for her. Now she must choose between freeing Zefa, her adopted mother, or Ten, the love of her life. One will live and one will die.
Change Rising (The Scope Book 2)
by John E. Guzzardo
When sports and racial politics mix in the deep south, things can get explosive. The Campus of South Central College is about to get a first-hand lessen in this.
It’s been nearly a year since Jay Ferragamo took over South Central’s newspaper, The Scope, and much has changed. When Student Government Senator DeMarcus Milton alleges racial bias in ballets for the Homecoming Queen, tempers flare across the campus. disagreements over race and culture emerge, and the stage is set for a major confrontation.
As Jay and his team dig into the charges leveled by Milton, a tangled web emerges, one which threatens to tear the entire staff apart. Can they and the entire campus hold together as uncomfortable truths emerge, and change sweeps the college?
Claimed by Rafa
by Denna Holm
Rafa didn’t think much of the human female when his prince first claimed her for a mate, but her strength of character soon wins him over. He watches with jealous eyes as the love blossoms between them, especially when she begins to swell with the prince’s child. When Rafa’s shaprata begins to mature, and the time arrives for him to claim a mate, he decides to return to Earth to claim a human of his own.
Aaliyah was left devastated when her best friend went missing. Abby was last seen hiking with her faithful German shepherd near one of Oregon’s mountain lakes. Six months later, Aaliyah receives a phone call, the woman on the other end claiming to be Abby, and she wants Aaliyah to drive up to the same lake to meet her … alone.
Emotionally, Aaliyah isn’t as strong as Abby. She’s had a rough childhood and considers herself damaged goods. When the alien tries to claim her, she rejects their union, not sure she is capable of loving a man, even if it means Rafa might die.
A Spiritual Odyssey
by Brian O’Hare
A Spiritual Odyssey is the compelling story of a dramatic physical degeneration and a spiritual awakening. The author is given a year to live but has to wait ten agonising months for the liver transplant that might save his life. During this time, he finds himself questioning the nature of his life as he struggles to understand his growing spirituality.
For the Good of the Hold
by Dawn McCracken
Gudrun is happy with her life. She has three grown children, is just ending a five-year marriage contract and looking forward to time alone before considering a lifelong partner. In her advancing years, all she wants to do is relax and enjoy life. But Gudrun begins to suffer debilitating health issues. At first, they believe she had a heart attack, but it soon becomes apparent there is something far more insidious going on.
Gudrun’s world is ruled by Talents, people born with special powers. Talents can range anywhere between Healers to those able to kill with a thought. Most Talents are Spotted as children, taken from their families, and then sent off to be trained. When it becomes apparent Gudrun’s health suffers whenever she is in the presence of Talent, those in power suspect she might be a Spotter herself and they want to use her to their advantage.
So begins a new chapter in Gudrun’s life, one she is not prepared for. She will learn far more than she wants about the politics involved in her world, and her new place in it. It will all come to a head when one of her son’s places himself in danger. How far will Gudrun go to see him brought safely back home?
With, Wisdom and Heart
by Rodney Page
Wit, Wisdom and Heart is an anthology of thirteen eclectic short stories about Southerners that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster ride.
A smart aleck ghost on North Carolina’s Outer Banks will have you laughing at his journey to the hereafter…and back.
You’ll experience the pain of lost loved ones as a widow and widower try to overcome the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina. An aging baby boomer fighting severe depression asks an eternal question: Is life worth living?
Do evil people get what they deserve? And, do nosy small town busybodies ever receive their just comeuppance?
The horror of war, no matter when fought, leaves deep and permanent emotional scars. Whether a teenager fighting for the South in the Civil War or a World War II bomber pilot, a warrior’s life is never the same after battle.
Rodney Page’s Wit, Wisdom and Heart will surely stir your emotions.