Saturday, January 6, 2018

New Release: Heroines & Hellions #UrbanFantasy #Fantasy

Here's a New Release you're not going to want to miss! And its only $0.99 for a limited time so hurry and grab your copy! 


22 Kickass Heroines.
22 Exclusive Urban Fantasy and Fantasy Novels.
0 Damsels in Distress.

Do you like your leading ladies to save the day...or raze it?

No matter which you prefer, this set is brimming with 20 magical stories (many BRAND NEW) told by some of the leading voices of urban fantasy and fantasy in the industry, including several New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors!

If you want strong female leads who strike back against the captivating worlds of vampires, elementals, fiends, and paranormal monsters, then you're ready to charge into the adventures of HEROINES & HELLIONS, a pure Urban Fantasy/Fantasy collection!

Grab your stake, silver bullets, and your limited edition copy of HEROINES & HELLIONS today!

The Authors:

Margo Bond Collins & Erin Hayes, Monica Corwin, Melanie Karsak, Bec McMaster, Heather Marie Adkins, Jade Kerrion, SJ Davis, Rene Folsom, Michelle Hercules, LJ Andrews, Louisa Klein, Mell Amade, Ashley C. Harris, Kim Cleary, Maria Monroe, Christina Walker, Alex Owens, D.D. Miers, Gina A. Watson, Ash Krafton, Elise Marion, Carly Fall

Here's a taste of what you'll find in this collection of books: 

Takin' It Back by Ash Krafton

Twenty-year-old Aerie works for her father's magical supply shop, but it's a job she hates: she's the repo man. She'd much rather be the store's new Aquisitioner but Dad says it’s a job for someone who finds things, not loses them. Totally unfair, since the only thing she ever really lost was some crummy old book when she was a kid. Even more unfair is that he's considering her worst enemy for the job. When she finds a file on a mysterious amulet, she sees the perfect opportunity to prove her worth to her dad and takes off after it.

Collateral recovery is a nasty business. What makes repossession even nastier is when the collateral possesses you. Sure, demonic possession comes in handy when getting out of speeding tickets or facing off with one's nemesis, but no one flirts with damnation without being tainted. And if that doesn't suck enough, it turns out the spirit in the amulet belongs to your mother. Your nagging, dissatisfied, know-it-all, thank-God-she's-gone mother. 

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