See It First: Leia Stone, Kenneth Preston, and Alicia Gaile

See It First: Leia Stone, Kenneth Preston, and Alicia Gaile

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Shifter Romance

Advanced Copy Logan by Leia Stone

Logan by Leia Stone

For years he’s been the last dragon shifter alive, the only one keeping humanity from mass extinction. Until now. The female dragon shifter from his dreams. She’s real. But he won’t see an end to his loneliness unless he can keep her alive.

*Short story male POV 7,500 words, can be read before or after Skyborn.

Science Fiction

The Passing of Each Perfect Moment by Kenneth Preston

The Passing of Each Perfect Moment by Kenneth Preston

Emily is terrified. She is lost and alone in a world in which her family, her friends, the entire human race has moved into the future without her. Racing to catch up, she finds herself in a shocking new world, a utopian world. It’s all so perfect…perhaps too perfect. As she finds cracks in the utopian facade, a powerful force from a distant world calls to her. It wants her, and it will not give up until it has her. She doesn’t know why it wants her, but her determination to face the mysterious force sets her on a path to a planet sixteen light-years away…where it waits for her…waits to fulfill her destiny. Emily has a date with destiny. It is a destiny that will have a frightening impact on the fate of humanity.

Paranormal Fantasy 

A Coat Red as Holly by Alicia Gaile

A Coat Red as Holly by Alicia Gaile

The night she died, Gwen saw the creatures that hide in the shadows. When she came back, she learned that not all monsters have fangs.

When an accident forces Gwen to make a deal with a faery king to save her life, it comes with unexpected consequences. Left to carry her secret in a world that doesn’t believe faeries are real, she thinks she has no one to turn to when she really needs help. But on the longest night of the year, as she makes her way through the snow to Grandma’s house, she soon comes to realizes that the fae are the least of her problems.

 

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