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The Magic of Redemption by Jessica Sly

The Magic of Redemption

Can Adelynn and Baze overcome the obstacles and lies that separate them … or is redemption just out of reach?
Once A Queen, Sarah Arthur
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Once A Queen

Eva finds herself unraveling dangerous secrets and wrestling with grief for a vanishing childhood, all while facing the fear that growing up means giving up fairy tales forever.
“Once A Queen is a gentle, intriguing fantasy that brings its world and characters to life with vividness and compassion.”
The Art of Misdirection, Jessica Sly

The Art of Misdirection

Adelynn wrestles to escape her recurring nightmares of the Irish magician, while Baze seeks the city’s legendary waters.
No Ordinary School by Arthur Yeomans

No Ordinary School

Mark, a perhaps autistic math genius, navigates his live in a new and somewhat mysterious school, finding his place and the love of his life.
Castelon, Alyssa Roat

Castelon

Adelynn’s visions have returned. But this time, she’s not the only one seeing the future before it happens.
Tattoo of Crimson, Sarah Chislon
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Tattoo of Crimson

Gently-bred herbalist Jessa Caldwell has no intention of making a suitable match—not when she’s seeking the truth about the taint of the fae that lies within her.
“Complex relationships and social conventions tangle in this unique world inspired by Regency England and the Inquisition era, but overlaid with fae creatures.”
Gemini's Key, H. Halverstadt

Gemini’s Key

Over a thousand years in the future, one young man must prove himself innocent, find his father’s killer, and discover God’s epic plan for his life.
The Godot Orange, Bruce Roberts

The Godot Orange

Eddie and Will join Ruby Rowe to time-jump headfirst through the unstable event horizon of family, friends, myths, and mysteries.
Mordizan, Alyssa Roat
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Mordizan

The bane of Mordred, the son of Mordizan, and a millennia-old prophecy may provide what Brinnie needs to defeat the world of magic’s greatest threat.
“Alyssa Roat creates a thrilling sequel to Wraithwood, introducing new characters and moral quandaries in this Arthurian-inspired tale.”
The Magnetar by Jo Boone

The Magnetar

When Charlie’s homeworld is destroyed, she finds herself accidentally enlisted in the newly-formed Combined Service, serving with three alien species.
Legend of the Rainbow Eater, Kristiana Sfirlea

Legend of the Rainbow Eater

Rose Skylar and Marek Knoxwind grapple with right and wrong as they face down an enemy that is responsible for their friendship.
Wraithwood, Alyssa Roat
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Wraithwood

An estranged uncle, a mysterious mansion, and Arthurian legend–together they lead to a world of magic and bloodthirsty wizards who want teenage Brinnie dead.
“This tale of wizards battling between our world and a parallel one conjures an enjoyable reading experience.”
The Watcher, Sara Davison

The Watcher

When secrets are revealed, spiritual and temporal forces collide, and Kathryn—and everyone she loves—is about to be caught in the crossfire.
Oron Amular 2: Rite of Passage, Michael J. Harvey

Oron Amular: Rite of Passage

To earn his rite of passage and continue his quest for Power Unimaginable, King Curillian turns aside to rescue an old friend in dire need.
Let the Ghosts Speak, Bryan Davis
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Let the Ghosts Speak

In 19th-century Paris, murder suspect Justin Trotter flees to the catacombs, where only the ghosts of the martyrs can help him find the true killer.
“Although often grim, Let the Ghosts Speak gives a captivating read of murder, mystery, and spirituality.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
The Hourglass and the Darkness, Kyle L. Elliott
Reviewed

The Hourglass and the Darkness

A disturbing discovery pulls Jake into the middle of an ancient war between the spiritual forces of good and evil.
“Kyle L. Elliott’s novel The Hourglass and the Darkness posits a world before the great Flood, starting a promising series.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
Oron Amular: Call of the Mountain, Michael J. Harvey

Oron Amular: Call of the Mountain

An epic adventure awaits when the lost mountain breaks its long silence, and lords and wanderers alike set out to seek for Power Unimaginable.
Heart of the Curiosity, H. L. Burke
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Heart of the Curiosity

The Curiosity’s sole hope lies in a mythical power source hidden beneath the maze-like passages and trapdoors of the theater—the Heart.
“Biblical themes dazzle and heroines must heal from harm throughout the wonders of H. L. Burke’s The Heart of the Curiosity.”
Samuel’s Legacy, K. A. Cummins

Snow Globe Travelers: Samuel’s Legacy

Twelve-year-old Sarah Ann Reisende wanders into a mysterious shop where snow globes double as portals to other worlds.
Thoughtreal, Michael Gryboski
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Thoughtreal

Two people who have developed the power to bend reality with their minds have come to the Washington, DC metropolitan area for mysterious reasons.
“Michael Gryboski has thought up an intricate narrative that avoids potential tropes while touching on important issues.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Elvensty, M. B. Aznoe
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Elvensty

Christianity has reached a distant planet, and our heroes’ faith will be tested in the gathering storm.
“Fastidious worldbuilding, diverse cultures, and detailed geography give the tale distinctive flair.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
The Caves of Fire, K. Berklund-Page
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The Caves of Fire

A spy, a nerd and a bully must find a way to destroy an ancient monster before it kills them or they kill each other.
“Can a slave say no? Fee and Daniel struggle with decisions as fully formed characters.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
The Reluctant Disciple, Jim O'Shea
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The Reluctant Disciple

Is the increase in paranormal phenomena across the globe a harbinger of amazing things to come, or something much more sinister?
“The Reluctant Disciple tours popular thematic attractions via disquieting paths.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019

The Armoire

A young woman comes to realize her life’s purpose through discovering a secret in her grandmother’s armoire.
Mindfire, Allen Steadham

Mindfire

Power alone does not make a hero or villain.
Harvest of Prey, Alexander Preston

Harvest Of Prey

A team of naturalists find themselves face to face with an abomination spawned by unimaginable evil.
Pale Blue Scratch, Jay DiNitto

Pale Blue Scratch

Elisabeth Reese, journalist, professor, and joke-cracking nun, has one goal: to rebuild a failed time machine in alternate history San Francisco.
Diary of a Robot, Lewis Jenkins

Diary Of A Robot

Robotics Law One: “Do no harm to people or property through action or inaction.” Intelligent machines have a large problem: What is harm?
The Paradise Protocol, Anna Zogg

The Paradise Protocol

When bio-scientist Aric Lindquist is blacklisted for her outspoken defense of indigenous humanoids, Sean Reese is sent to her remote planet with a mission.
The Shock of Night, Patrick Carr

The Shock Of Night

In a world divided between haves and have-nots, gifted and common, Willet Dura soon learns he’s been passed the rarest gift of all—a gift that’s not supposed to exist.
A Pocket Full of Murder by R. J. Anderson

A Pocket Full Of Murder

In the spell-powered city of Tarreton, twelve-year-old Isaveth is poor, but she’s also brave, loyal, and zealous in the pursuit of justice—which is lucky, because her father has just been wrongfully arrested for murder.
Darkness Brutal, Rachel A. Marks

Darkness Brutal

Seventeen-year-old Aidan can see demons, smell emotions, and feel the past in his skin, but can he save his little sister from his mother’s deal with a demon?
The Lost Prophet, James B. McPike

The Lost Prophet

After one of the Holy Land’s most sacred monuments is destroyed, the Ministry has to turn to their most prolific investigator to solve the case—Vince Ramsey.
The Day She Died, Bill Garrison

The Day She Died

If a middle-aged time traveler can prevent the 20-year-old murder of his college fiancee, what happens to his wife and children?

The Carnelian Legacy

Marisa MacCallum always believed the man of her dreams was out there somewhere. The problem is — he’s in a parallel universe.
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The Land Of Darkness

Twelve-year-old Jadiel is forced by her evil stepmother to fetch the rejuvenating leaves from the Eternal Tree by next full moon or her father will be killed.
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The Opposite Of Art

Sheridan Ridler was a master painter, brilliant but selfish, until an attempted murder plunged him into the Harlem River.
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Finding Angel by Kat Heckenbach

Finding Angel

Angel doesn’t remember her magical heritage … but it remembers her. Magic and science collide when she embarks on a journey to her true home, and to herself.

HowlSage

Taylor, a 14-year-old who is part of a secret society, has a mission to destroy the evil sages that walk the earth.

Nobody’s Child

Unprecedented choices never intended by heaven — unintended consequences never before seen on earth. Weaving together bioethics and faith, Nobody’s Child dramatizes a future that is already upon us with consequences we can no longer avoid.