See It First: Cheree Alsop, Tracy Lawson, and Sophia Whittemore

See It First: Cheree Alsop, Tracy Lawson, and Sophia Whittemore

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Fantasy

Galdoni by Cheree Alsop

Galdoni by Cheree Alsop

They Are Genetically Engineered For One Purpose: Fighting To The Death
“This is the Arena, and here we live to die.” These are the words carved into a holding cell where genetically-altered gladiators, winged humans called Galdoni, are trained to fight. A life of combat is the sole purpose for which they are created, and for which they live.

˃˃˃ A Chance At A New Life
Kale, a Galdoni who is rescued by three high school students and nursed back from the brink of death, is given the chance to experience life as a human. When he is recaptured and returned to the Arena, he must use what he learned in the world outside the Academy in order to free the other Galdoni and return to the human girl he loves.

Dark and exciting, Galdoni pushes the boundaries of love in a world of violence.

Thriller

Exclusive Counteract by Tracy Lawson

Counteract by Tracy Lawson

Who do you trust when your world unravels and everything you believed is a lie?

Teenagers Tommy and Careen have never known life without Civilian Restrictions, which are meant to protect them from the rampant threat of terrorism. When disaster strikes, they discover a web of lies and deceit. Who are the real terrorists?

Action/Adventure

Reanimate by Sophia Whittemore

Reanimate by Sophia Whittemore

The gamblers at the Red Fields call Avery Faro a Monster. I call him my cousin. I know about his secret weapon though, the thing that wins him all those fights. Avery can’t feel anything, not pain, and not love. We aren’t even that close, third cousins, really. But, somewhere along the way, we became closer than that… far too close. Now I think that he’s lost it completely. He’s jealous. He’s possessive. He’s hiding something from me. He calls me his Laurel, only his. But I know there are secrets at the Red Fields. By day, Avery is just a regular schoolboy. By night, he morphs into an underground fighter. How can I save Avery from himself?

How do you defeat somebody who doesn’t even feel?

 

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