Cover: “The Convent’s Secret” by CJ Archer

Check out the cover for bestselling author C.J. Archer’s next Glass and Steele book, “The Convent’s Secret”.

Coming March 2018!

Now available for pre-order on select sites.

To find the one man who can fix the magic in Matt’s watch, he and India are led to a convent where the nuns will do anything to keep their secrets private. Including murder? Matt and India must uncover the truth behind the disappearance of the mother superior and two babies given to her care many years ago. But sometimes, the truth is painful and its exposure can have deadly consequences.

With his magic watch slowing down, Matt needs all the help India and his friends can offer before time runs out. But his nemesis will do anything to bring about his downfall, including rock Matt’s family with a scandal that can ruin them, and Matt and India’s chance of happiness.

Cover: “Youth Patrol” by Andrew Lueders

Introducing the cover for Andrew Lueders’ new release “Youth Patrol“.

Now available in print and ebook!

 

Enforcing tolerance with extreme prejudice.

America has outlawed hate and bigotry and a new era of love and diversity has swept the land. 18-year old Evan Sparks embodies this new kind of United States. He dreams of joining an elite fighting unit, known as Youth Patrol, a government agency made up of young adults bent on ridding the world of intolerance and religious fanatics. But when Evan finally gets his chance to enlist, he’s shocked at the brutal tactics Youth Patrol uses to force people to be more tolerant. He wonders if he has what it takes to inflict the pain necessary to ensure an open-minded society. Will Evan Sparks become the kind of soldier the government demands, or will he show pity on his victims and face the wrath of Youth Patrol?

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Cover: “Beauty and Beastly” by Melanie Karsak

The cover for bestselling author Melanie Karsak’s next Steampunk Fairy Tale, “Beauty and Beastly“.

Now available for pre-order!

In this tale as old as time, Isabelle Hawking must tinker a solution to a heartbreaking mystery.
When Isabelle and her papa set out from London on a sea voyage, Isabelle was thrilled. Visiting foreign courts, learning from master tinkers, and studying new ways to manipulate mechanicals sounded like a dream. But an unexpected gale turns the waters violent, and the ship is lost. Isabelle survives the tempest only to be shipwrecked on a seemingly-deserted island. Dotted with standing stones, faerie mounds, and a crumbling castle, the haunting place hints of a magical past. Isabelle may be an unwitting guest, but her arrival at the forgotten citadel heralds a new beginning for the beastly residents inside.

Beauty and Beastly is a retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast fairy tale set in 1814 Regency England.

Cover: “Mr. Conjure” by S.A. Hunter

Cover reveal for S.A. Hunter’s latest Scary Mary release, “Mr. Conjure“.

Now available in ebook and coming soon to print!

“I’ve never heard of Mr. Conjure,” Mary said.

“He creeps through the shadows wearing a raggedy top hat and a long black coat. His claws are stained a bright red from all the blood he’s spilled. If he gets you, there’s no escape.”

“Why’s he called Mr. Conjure?” Mary asked.

“What do you mean?”

“Why isn’t he called Top Hat or Mr. Red Hands?”

Eddie frowned. “Because he’s called Mr. Conjure.”

“But what does he conjure?” Mary asked.

“He doesn’t. You conjure him.”

“But why would anyone want to?”

“Because people are sometimes stupid,” Rachel said.

Jenny was a little stupid, at least that’s what Mary thought. Why else would the teen go to an abandoned house by herself and play a game to summon a monster called Mr. Conjure? Mary doesn’t believe he exists, but Jenny insists he’d real and he’s out to get her. She’s so afraid of what he’ll do to her, she attempts suicide.

Rachel wants to help Jenny and needs Mary to do it. Mary thinks Jenny needs a shrink, not her. Mary is sure Mr. Conjure isn’t real. But something is lurking in the dark and if it can’t get Jenny, it’ll take Mary instead.

New Covers for Robert J. Crane’s Girl in the Box Series

Introducing the sparkly new covers for Robert J. Crane’s first three books in the Girl in the Box Series!

Robert and I have been working together for over 5 years now. The first cover I did for him was the original cover for “Untouched”, the second book in the series. I am also a big fan of this series and don’t get a lot of time to read these days, but when I do,  it’s usually a Sienna book. So needless to say, I was really excited to get to redo these covers.

“Alone”

Girl in the Box, Book One

Sienna Nealon was a 17 year-old girl who had been held prisoner in her own house by her mother for twelve years. Then one day her mother vanished, and Sienna woke up to find two strange men in her home. On the run, unsure of who to turn to and discovering she possesses mysterious powers, Sienna finds herself pursued by a shadowy agency known as the Directorate and hunted by a vicious, bloodthirsty psychopath named Wolfe, each of which is determined to capture her for their own purposes…

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“Untouched”

Girl in the Box, Book Two

Still haunted by her last encounter with Wolfe and searching for her mother, Sienna Nealon must put aside her personal struggles when a new threat emerges – Aleksandr Gavrikov, a metahuman so powerful, he could destroy entire cities – and he’s focused on bringing the Directorate to its knees

 

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“Soulless”

Girl in the Box, Book Three

After six months of intense training with the Directorate, Sienna Nealon finds herself on her first assignment – tracking a dangerous meta across the upper midwest. With Scott Byerly and Kat Forrest at her side, she’ll face new enemies and receive help from unlikely allies as she stumbles across the truth behind the shadowy organization known only as Omega.

 

Print Edition

 

But wait! There’s more!

There’s also a box set of the first three books. And get this, IT’S FREE!

The box set image for sites that don’t like the 3D version…

Click HERE to get your copy from Amazon!

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Cover: “Deadly Encounter” by M.A. Comley

Check out the cover for bestselling author M.A. Comley’s latest DI Sally Parker Thriller, “Deadly Encounter“.

Now available in ebook and coming soon to print!

Fifteen years after her deadly encounter, Anne Gillan’s remains are finally found. Her husband, who has maintained his innocence, has spent those fifteen years in prison–and the case’s investigating officer has been found guilty of corruption. Could Anne’s murderer still be free?  DI Sally Parker has just been chosen to lead a cold-case squad–and Anne Gillan’s murder is their first case. The case brings Sally face to face with a criminal from her own past, who has set out to destroy Sally’s relationship with her soon-to-be husband. Will Sally and her team solve the case before Sally has a deadly encounter of her own?

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Cover: “A Dance of Silver and Shadow” by Melanie Cellier

Introducing the cover for the first book in Melanie Cellier’s Beyond the Four Kingdoms Series, “A Dance of Silver and Shadow“. A retelling of the Twelve Dancing Princesses story.

Now available in ebook and coming soon to print!

When Princess Liliana and her twin sister set sail for new lands, she hopes to find adventure and romance. But the people of Marin live under the shadow of a curse—one powerful enough to destroy entire kingdoms. To protect them all, Lily and eleven other princesses are forced to participate in a mysterious and secret tournament.

Lily spends her nights competing in a magical underground realm and her days unraveling the dangers of this new court. Although she needs the help of the Marinese prince, Lily knows she can’t let herself grow too close to him. There’s no time for romance when the duchy is about to fall to the encroaching darkness and the winner of the tournament faces a terrible fate.

But Lily and her twin have a secret advantage. And Lily grows increasingly determined to use their magical bond to defeat the tournament, save the princesses, and free Marin. Except she might have to sacrifice true love to do it.

In this reimagining of the classic fairy tale, The Twelve Dancing Princesses, there’s a lot more at stake than worn out dancing slippers.

Cover: “Vow of Deception” by CJ Archer

Cover reveal for bestselling author, C.J. Archer’s next Ministry of Curiosities book, “Vow of Deception“.

Now available for pre-order!

With the wedding only days away, the Ministry is thrown into turmoil when another murder is committed by a shape-shifter. But this time the newspapers make the connection to werewolves – and the Ministry. Suddenly the attention is focused on Lichfield Towers and its residents as the police investigate and parliament wants to shut the organization down.

It could spell the end of everything Charlie has come to love.

As the authorities close in and ministry secrets are exposed, past allies can no longer be trusted. Can Charlie save her home, her loved ones, and herself? Or will she lose Lincoln and her friends forever?

Cover: “Ice and Embers” by Melanie Karsak

Introducing the cover for another one of bestselling author, Melanie Karnak’s Steampunk Fairy Tales, “Ice and Embers“.

Now available in print, or in ebook as part of the Regency Rendezvous – Book 4.

Ice and Embers is a retelling of the classic Snow Queen fairy tale set in Regency London.
When actress Elyse McKenna fell in love with Lord John Waldegrave, she was prepared to keep their liaison secret. What she wasn’t ready for was how her newfound love would rock her relationship with her dearest friend, Doctor Kai Murray.
With the 1814 London Frost Fair in full swing, Elyse and her troupe at the Ice House Theatre find themselves at the heart of the excitement on the frozen Thames. But when an exotic ship captain, whose vessel is trapped in the ice, turns her attention to Kai, everything Elyse thought she knew about her feelings for her old friend gets flipped upside down.
While the Ice House Theatre’s production of A Midwinter Night’s Dream thrills the London crowd, Elyse’s life begins to take on a distinctly Shakespearean turn.
Elyse must find a way to discover the truth about the captain, Kai, John, and her own feelings if she hopes to escape the Thames with her heart intact.