As if anyone needs a reason to run to their favorite bookstore, check out all the fabulous titles that have hit the shelves today. There’s a ton of great authors here…why are you still reading this, go to the bookstore now! *grin* Wait, did I miss any? If so, let us know!
- Nightshifted by Cassie Alexander
- Of Poseidon by Anna Banks
- Dark Jenny by Alex Bledsoe
- The Girl in the Clockwork Collar by Kady Cross (Steampunk Chronicles #2)
- The Lost Code by Kevin Emerson (Atlanteans #1)
- Orb Sceptre Throne by Ian Cameron Esslemont
- A Tree of Bones by Gemma Files (Hexslinger #3)
- Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
- Midnight’s Master by Donna Grant (Dark Warriors #1)
- Blackout by Mira Grant (Newsflesh)
- Blood Magic by Tessa Gratton
- Zombie Island by Lori Handeland (Shakespeare Undead #2)
- Something Deadly This Way Comes by Kim Harrison
- Lethal Rider by Larissa Ione (Lords of Deliverance #3)
- Fated by Alyson Noël (Soul Seekers #1)
- Undercurrent by Tricia Rayburn (Siren #2)
- Colton by Kimberly Raye (Braddock Boys #1)
- His Dark Kiss by Michelle Rowen
- The Enchantress by Michael Scott (Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel #6)
- Long Road Home by Vicki Lewis Thompson
- Shadow Bound by Rachel Vicent (Unbound #2)
- The Custom of the Army by Diana Gabaldon
Diana Gabaldon, bestselling author of the acclaimed Outlander series, weaves an engrossing tale of war, history, and suspense in this original novella—now available as a standalone eBook—featuring returning hero Lord John Grey.
London, 1759. After a high society electric-eel party leads to a duel that ends badly, Lord John Grey feels the need to lie low for a while. Conveniently, before starting his new commission in His Majesty’s army, Lord John receives an urgent summons. An old friend from the military, Charlie Carruthers, is facing court-martial in Canada, and has called upon Lord John to serve as his character witness. Grey voyages to the New World—a land rife with savages (many of them on his own side) and cleft by war—where he soon finds that he must defend not only his friend’s life but his own.
- Beauty and the Werewolf by Mercedes Lackey (A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms)
The eldest daughter is often doomed in fairy tales. But Bella—Isabella Beauchamps, daughter of a wealthy merchant—vows to escape the usual pitfalls.
Anxious to avoid the traditional path, Bella dons a red cloak and ventures into the forbidden forest to consult with “Granny,” the local wisewoman. But on the way home she’s attacked by a wolf—who turns out to be a cursed nobleman. Secluded in his castle, Bella is torn between her family and this strange man who creates marvelous inventions and makes her laugh—when he isn’t howling at the moon.
Bella knows all too well that breaking spells is never easy. But a determined beauty, a wizard (after all, he’s only an occasional werewolf) and a little Godmotherly interference might just be able to bring about a happy ending.…
- This Dark Endeavor: The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein by Kenneth Oppel
Bravery, danger, and intense passion. How does obsession begin?
Victor and Konrad are the twin brothers Frankenstein. They are nearly inseparable. Growing up, their lives are filled with imaginary adventures…until the day their adventures turn all too real.
They stumble upon the Dark Library and discover secret books of alchemy and ancient remedies. Father forbids them from ever entering the room again, but when Konrad falls gravely ill, Victor is drawn back to the Dark Library where he uncovers an ancient formula for the Elixir of Life. Victor, along with his beautiful cousin Elizabeth and friend Henry, immediately set out to find a man who was once known for his alchemical works to help them create the formula.
Determined to save Konrad, the three friends scale the highest trees in Strumwald, dive into the deepest lakes, and even make an unthinkable sacrifice in their quest for the elixir’s ingredients. And as if their task was not complicated enough, a new realm of danger—that of illicit love—threatens to end the ordeal in tragedy.