To Kill a Warlock by H.P. Mallory
The murder of a dark arts warlock.
A shape-shifting, ravenous creature on the loose.
A devilishly handsome stranger sent to investigate.
Sometimes working law enforcement for the Netherworld is a real bitch.
O’Neil is a fairy. And not the type to frolic in gardens. She’s a
Regulator—a law-enforcement agent who monitors the creatures of the
Netherworld to keep them from wreaking havoc in the mortal world.
a warlock is murdered and Dulcie was the last person to see him alive,
she must uncover the truth before she’s either deported back to the
Netherworld, or she becomes the next victim.
Enter Knight Vander, a sinfully attractive investigator sent from the Netherworld to work the case with Dulcie.
battling her attraction to her self-appointed partner, keeping a
sadomasochistic demon in check, and fending off the advances of a sexy
and powerful vampire, Dulcie’s got her hands full.
As the body
count increases, Dulcie finds herself battling dark magic,
reconnoitering in S&M clubs and suffering the greatest of all
Sunrise at Sunset by Jaz Primo
When is a bloodthirsty predator the best protection against a psychotic killer?
When the predator is both a vampire...and the woman you love.
“We vampires are focused and tend to shape our own realities.”
name is Katrina Rawlings, and I am a vampire. I declare that with
neither pride nor ego. I am simply nature’s most dangerous predator. On
occasion, it’s a very valuable quality. It helped me protect Caleb
Taylor one day when he was very young. But that single, traumatic day is
behind him now; wiped from his memory, or so I hope.
finally matured into a rather striking young man, and believe me, I like
what I see. I’ll readily admit that there are issues for us to confront
and overcome, though a sense of mutual commitment isn’t one of them.
I’m feeling hopeful for our future together, in fact. But an adversary
from my past has returned to haunt me, and she’s trying to get back at
me through Caleb. That was her first...and last...mistake. I’ll protect
my Caleb at all costs, and I’ll make her regret the day she was born.
So, I suppose that I’m not just a vampire. I’m about to become someone’s worst nightmare!
Cassandra in the Mirror by Piera Sarasini
This full-length novel is an unusual fairytale about love and the human
spirit, narrated in the poetic voice of Cassandra Morgante, who is part
human and part stellar. She was born to fulfil a Prophecy and turn
humankind into a race of immortal beings.
The story follows
nineteen years of Cassandra’s life, from her student days in Edinburgh
to adulthood in modern-day Ireland. She was adopted by Lord and Lady
Hughes when she was eight, following the death of her parents. In the
face of adversity, Cassandra remains aware of her true origin and the
mission she must fulfil. Her powers begin to manifest when she is in her
twenties, much to the very human dismay of her ego. When her path
crosses that of Irishman Oscar O’Leary, a spiritual artist and secret
initiate into the mysteries of the Earth, her true adventure starts and a
new humanity becomes possible.
You’re probably thinking: ‘an
Italian woman and an Irish man as the founders of a new race of angels?
You must be joking!’ You won’t be the first one to be puzzled by the
whole set-up. Ireland, however, is a magical place full of prehistoric
monuments where the echoes of ancient rituals and mythological stories
are still audible, much more so than in other European regions. The book
draws its inspiration from that, as well as from my romantic Italian
heart, and my anthropologically-informed passion for the meaning of
rituals on the human psyche.
The Ascended Masters are
Cassandra’s powerful allies in her transformation into an eternal being.
They live in the ethereal city of Shambhala and co-narrate her story.
They know that she was chosen to introduce immortality to humankind. But
many are sworn to stop this from happening. Mr Harker and the
pharmaceutical giant Three-D are her main enemies. When her powers are
almost fully fledged, Oscar falls prey to the Dark Side and deserts her.
Cassandra becomes vulnerable to attacks from her opponents. The
Masters’ Plan to turn the Earth into the Garden of Eden is in peril.
Ultimately, only Oscar can help Cassandra achieve her mission. Will he?
the book is about a time-travelling romance spurred by an ancient
prophecy, Cassandra and Oscar’s journey is surprisingly more human than
it might sound from this preamble.
Me, Myself and I by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Book 1 of the Dark Reflections Series
Tristan is an actor and he
plays a supervillain in the movies. At least he thought he did, but then
he has an accident and he wakes up surrounded by the world of the
films. Now he has to figure out if he's hallucinating, if somehow the
movies are real and he's been transplanted to another world or if he is
actually Devon, a supervillain having a psychotic break. Whatever the
answer: it's frighteningly crazy.
"Me, Myself and I" is a sci-fi/fantasy novelette (~15.5Kwds), with a heavy side of male/male romance.
This is the first story in the Dark Reflections Series. Book 2 will be out in the near future.
Please see WittegenPress.com for full details.
Gifts of the Blood by Vicki Keire
Before her world tilts towards impossible, Caspia Chastain thinks
the only strange thing about her is that she sometimes draws the future.
Only her brother Logan knows what she can do. When she draws a man
surrounded by brilliant light, dark wings, and frightening symbols, she
can only hope the vision won't come true.
But when a
stranger named Ethan appears, determined to protect Caspia and
her brother from dangers he won't explain, she's not sure what to think.
Strangers almost never come to Whitfield. They certainly don't follow
her around, frightening her one moment and treating her like glass the
next. And they certainly don't look exactly like the subject of her most