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Breath of Bones

Kateřina and Josef work to protect the innocent, but in their quest to save the Jewish people, have they inadvertently created a new danger?
“Breath of Bones fleshes out the human desire to protect the innocent … bringing a fresh steampunk twist to one of history’s darkest hours.”
Silk by E. B. Roshan

Silk

Silkis can be dangerous and not everyone wants them around. Farz may be ready to try a different life, but he doesn’t want the Silkis to disappear forever.
The Shadow Within (2024 release), Karen Hancock

The Shadow Within

Abramm Kalladorne has returned to Kiriath to claim the crown he thought he would never wear and to prepare his people for the inevitable attack of the Armies of the Black Moon.
Lady of Basilikas by Ronie Kendig

Lady of Basilikas

Vorn must decide: break a planet-wide Accord, risking his throne and life, or leave his country—his planet—vulnerable to threats far bigger than he ever imagined.
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?
Etania's Destiny by M. H. Elrich

Etania’s Destiny

A wedding. A battle. And a lesson in forgiveness in one action-packed fantasy novel.
Etania's Destiny by M. H. Elrich

Seeing is not Believing

Five years ago, a young, struggling author sold her novel to a big publisher. Now the fantasy world she wrote about is in desperate need of an infusion of Magic.
Chromatic by Ashley Bustamante
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Chromatic

Elm and Ava must confront the growing darkness and create a future in a world that has been all but stripped of hope.
“With this last stroke for the Color Theory trilogy, Ashley Bustamante’s Chromatic concludes her triptych with a bold finale.”
Adamant in Dust by Willamette Sutta

Adamant in Dust

The dark lord Malchor ensnares Sadira in his opening bid to gain all the Far Stones of power. With them, he will subjugate all the peoples of Miran.
The Crown of Nightingale by Joseph Wolfe

The Crown of Nightingale

Donovan sold his soul for a spell and lost his memory, but who doesn’t love a chance to reinvent himself?
Lion Warrior by James R. Hannibal
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Lion Warrior

With time running out, Connor, Teegan, and Aaron attempt to recover the dagger, and Kara helps the Airguard train a new corps of soldiers—windfighters—in their own bid to change the war’s tide.
“With its accessible style and vivid RPG-inspired imaginations, Lion Warrior slowly builds into an epic finale for the Lightraider Academy series.”
The Pilgrim's Progress Reloaded, David Umstattd

The Pilgrim’s Progress Reloaded

The Pilgrim’s Progress is a classic story of redemption, allegory, and theological poignancy. It’s also a story with a total lack of robots, space marines, or talking platypuses. So we fixed that.
Thread of Dreams by Emily Barnett

Thread of Dreams

Nova harvests threads from human dreams to help fight a malicious parasite invading her sunless planet, but then she visits a boy who is already dreaming of her.
Seregn by Brooke Martin

Seregn

A broken young woman and a terminally ill warrior learn to discern God’s voice and realise the power of love and self-sacrifice as they race to save not only a cursed king—but the very world itself.
Rip Tide, Lisa T. Bergren

Rip Tide

After narrowly escaping arrest, Luciana Betarrini hurtles back to medieval Italy.
The Redemption of Kings by Mark Castleberry

The Redemption Of Kings

Aeron and his friends will have to go through many dark times before it is over and survive, just as they flourished in the light.
Blood of the Stars by Karyne Norton
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Blood of the Stars

Harnessing the power in her blood could turn the tides of war—if it doesn’t destroy her first.
“Karyne Norton’s Blood of the Stars crafts a rich fantasy realm exploding with life and complex heroes who grow throughout a quick-paced plot.”
Carver of Souls, J. J. Fischer

Carver of Souls

The ocean between them isn’t the only thing keeping Sela and Caleb apart.
Ruthless by Candice Pedraza Yamnitz

Ruthless

Seventeen-year-old, Cottia, made one last deal for her freedom, but it all falls apart when she gets a botched alias.
Saints and Monsters by Ellen McGinty
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Saints and Monsters

A disabled princess must claim a dragon’s heart to prove her worth as the next queen, or die trying.
“Ellen McGinty weaves a fantasy of princesses and magical creatures among a vaguely modern setting … a vivid, well-told story that captivates reader hearts.”
Minu by S. K. Ehra

Minu

Minu spent lifetimes creating an enchantment to grow a paradise from the ashes of the old world, only to have it corrupted by an immortal adversary.
Justified by V. Romas Burton

Justified

With only one path to freedom, will Rae decide to follow her fate or find another?