Epic & Historical Fantasy
The Bloodheart (Relic Cycle) – Steve Rzasa (epic, PG, violence, minor profanity)
Bowen Cord seeks only treasure, and despises his heritage as an ice-summoner. Magic could not prevent his wife’s death. What allegiance, then, should he owe it? When he learns of a priceless relic abandoned in the ruins of a floating island, he is thrown into a quest for something far greater than treasure, a quest filled with magic, dragons, heroes and villains. There’s no turning from his path, and it ends with the answer to one question: who controls magic?
$0.99 November 24 – 27 http://amzn.to/2B4KF9l
The Songweaver’s Vow – Laura VanArendonk Baugh (Epic, PG-13, violence, consensual married sexual situations)
She tells Greek legends to entertain Norse gods — until one of her stories leads to murder. When Euthalia’s father trades her to Viking raiders, she is sacrificed as the bride of a god. Alone in a hostile Asgard, Euthalia must ally with a spiteful goddess to sway Odin himself before bloody tragedy opens Ragnarok, the prophesied end of the world.
$2.99 thru November 30 All booksellers here
The Lonely Frost (Kitsune Tales 1.5) – Laura VanArendonk Baugh (Historical, PG, mild violence)
Tsurugu no Kiyomori has been called to engage his supernatural skills once again. In a terrified mountainside village, tradesmen and goods are vanishing into chill air. Tsurugu must determine whether the disappearances are the work of human thieves or supernatural youkai. But even an experienced onmyouji like Tsurugu is not prepared for what he will find.
$0.99 All Book Retailers
Fairtale Christmas – Merrie Destefano (Historical/romance, PG-13, mild violence)
Outlander meets Sleeping Beauty in this legendary tale of a war between mortals and immortals, narrated by the Queen of the Faeries. Early reviews: “A stellar read.” “This book was magical.” “Filled with magic and love, which are the hallmarks of the holiday season.” “I absolutely loved this story!”
$0.99 preorder (available Dec 4) http://amzn.to/2zTbmzk
The Last Apostle – Dennis Brooke (Contemporary, PG) What if John, the last living apostle of Jesus Christ, was still alive and well… and living in Seattle? For two thousand years, John has wandered the earth while hiding his true identity. But now, both friends and foes are on the verge of discovering who he truly is―an event that will trigger the end times. A 2017 Finalist, American Christian Fiction Writers Debut Novel Category