Sunday Reads

Hey there Readers and Writers,

Are you looking for something new to read this week? I have some GREAT new releases to share with you from some amazing authors I know. You know me I hate wasting time with small talk! Let’s get to the book details below! Read on to find your latest book( or get all three like me heh!).

Vigilante’s Magic

Who doesn’t love superheroes? You’ll enjoy Julie’s take on a superhero world Meet her character Calliope Vance:

Do the powers make the hero? Or does the hero make the power? Calliope Vance; born a superhero but behind the curve and not yet come into her powers. By her true name, she’s a nobody. Or…

Is she something more?

The Black Lory is the public identity that she takes on, the alias to protect her true identity – and the name the world recognizes as that of a superhero, despite the fact that the powers that that make her super do not exist.

But, when a group of super villains with terrible and fearsome powers become intent on taking her prisoner, an unexpected injury forces Callie to put her true identity, and her life, on the line.

With danger mounting on the horizon, Calliope must decide just who she can trust with her true face and attempt to unravel the super power hidden inside in order to do what heroes do best:

Save the world.

Arianna Chronicles

I love a good new fantasy novel and Jonathon delivers it and more!

In a distant magical realm entangled in chaos, a young woman named Arianna prepares for her royal coming of age ceremony.

When a were-dragon crashes the ceremony, she finds her life as a princess ripped away from her. After a successful escape and a chance encounter with two unlikely companions, she finds herself on a journey to find the elusive mage known only as the Architect.

However, the nefarious Kem’Vaar and his legion of were-dragons hunt the young princess’s every step. With a mysterious force awakening inside her, will Arianna reach the Architect? Or will the sinister voice of Kem’Vaar buzzing in her ear drag her into the shadows?

Arianna…a tale of magic, survival, and friendship.

Æroreh

A tale like no other… this isn’t typical genre but you’ll fall in love with Jesikah’s writing.

She wants to choose her happily ever after. 
He wants to remake his once upon a time.
Only magic can re-spin their tales.

Princess Æroreh Rosen was faerie blessed before her birth. To promote the New Dawn Era, the Queen coded her daughter with every feminine perfection. 

Beauty. Gentleness. Obedience. Musicality. Kindness. Grace. Good cheer. 

Hunger and lung sickness plague the Kingdom of Ealdspell. But Æroreh is plugged into The Dream, a program created by a sect of faeries to control the realms through illusions of beauty and contentment. All Æroreh has ever known is blissful servitude to a cursed system, and she believes her realm is prospering. Until a different faerie sect decides to wake her sleeping mind and set her true magic free.

Meanwhile, Félip Batten MacKinley holds a dangerous secret. One made more threatening by the frostbite scar across his cheek. He’s spit on, beaten, and demonized by a community that values a pretty face over all else. With no easy future in sight, he accepts that he’ll die a burden to his foster parents, his true history erased. But a tempting offer from the faerie’s Fate Maker leads Félip to cross paths with the hauntingly beautiful Æroreh–a young woman who represents all he loathes. 

Yet only she has the power to awaken a new Dream.

Æroreh is a gritty spin on the romantic tale of Sleeping Beauty and blends faerie magic and pagan ritual with high technology. 

For fans of Melanie CellierMichelle MadowAmber ArgyleNaomi NovikMelanie KarsakMelissa MarrHolly Black, fairy tales, fae fiction, and young adult dystopian fantasy.

CAN BE READ AS A STANDALONE

Name pronounced like Aurora.

* clean young adult romance
* can be read as a standalone
* sunshine one falls for the grumpy one
* sassy animal sidekicks
* a blend of scifi dystopia, Celtic fantasy, and fairy tales

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