Not even the god who made her could tame her.
When the Dagda took three girls and combined them into a single goddess–that he might have for himself a divine wife–he thought she’d be an obedient sub-deity and an extension of his rule. But the Morrigan is subservient to no man, no matter how powerful a god he fashions himself to be.
If she is to rule, however, she must do more than defy the god who made her.
She must win the heart of a mortal…
Cú Chulainn didn’t want to be a warrior.
He dreamed of becoming a bard, a poet…
But when he discovers he has the ríastrad, that he transforms into a werewolf when enraged, he finds he has little choice but to serve the whims of his king and defend Ulster.
But can the beast be controlled?
A faerie touched his heart… it calmed his rage… and he longs for her still…
But there’s another who pursues him, who hopes to win his heart… a goddess…
Will the Morrigan win the heart of her beloved? Will Cú Chulainn find peace, or will he be destined to a life of battle?
Rise of the Morrigan is a stand-alone epic in fantasy mythology. It is also a prequel to Theolphilus Monroe’s Gates of Eden world. Readers of Monroe’s Voodoo Legacy, Druid Legacy, or other modern Arthurian fantasies will be captivated by this epic fantasy adventure romance: Rise of the Morrigan: The Queen of Samhuinn.
Paranormals are illegal. Naturalization is deadly. Can Harper evade capture and keep her wings?
Supernatural beings like Harper are arrested every day, a fate she’s dodged so far. But when a single miscalculation lands her in a Naturalization camp, she must choose: be Naturalized or be killed.
Between magical wards that imprison her at the camp and a rebellion brewing, can she find a way to escape before her wings or her life are taken from her?
In a few days, Tyson Miller will be charged with murder.
Today, he’s just a human counselor at Camp Silver Lake. According to Tyson, his therapy makes all the difference for paranormals making the transition to Naturalized citizenship, even if it means encouraging them to give up their shifting abilities and powers.
But as he uncovers the dark history of Camp Silver Lake and the leaders’ mental instability, he’ll be forced to face a devastating truth:
He’s been fighting for the wrong side all this time.
Readers of Anne Bishop and Ilona Andrews will devour Bree Moore’s beautifully devastating new series.
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The Sorry and Morticum series continues a thousand years in the future. Sorry and his self-made family escape the chaos on earth in a Mutmut spaceship. They head for the ancient moon colony, Rumi, which has not been heard from in a hundred years. They are astounded by what they find there. Is it an alternative to death? Is this a method of finally discovering the inner workings of others? Can you really connect a hundred different brains and have them always reach an agreement? Take a seat in the mind gardens, if you dare.
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“Hey,” I felt a warm hand reach out towards mine. I tried to avoid it, not wanting him to get the satisfaction of seeing how my body reacted to his, but he was too quick. Warmth spread, tingles spreading like wildfire up my arm.
I pulled away quickly and turned to face him. I kept my face straight, determined to make him leave me alone.
“Don’t do that.” His voice was low and soft as he took a step closer, not caring that he was invading my personal bubble. I had to tilt my head back to look at him, his dark eyes softening the longer I looked. One of his hands slowly rose, causing me to inhale sharply. I froze, unsure what he intended to do. Was he really going to touch me? After everything? He slipped some hair behind my ear and out of my face. “Don’t shut me out, Selene.” His voice was pleading, something I assumed didn’t happen often.
I glanced away, conflicted. A part of me really wanted nothing to do with him, but an even bigger part was just afraid. I didn’t want to have him and lose him like I had with Gabby. I shook my head and took a step back. “I’m sorry.”
Decades ago, the lycan Tyrant Lord began to conquer every werewolf pack he came across, laying waste to all who refused to submit and ruled over those too weak to defy him. His kind was blessed with superior abilities; Lycans being stronger, bigger, and faster than the werewolves. It didn’t take them long to cause considerable damage to the wolves. Until the Deserter came. The prince betrayed his father by calling upon the Reapers to end the war. Since then, the lycans and wolves have been separated, fear preventing them from co-existing with one another. Until now.
Wendigos were thought to be extinct. A cannibalistic breed, half-human and half-wolf, driven by madness and hunger. However, sightings are becoming more frequent, forcing the werewolves to seek help from the lycans to stop them before it’s too late.
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“Replete with tinges of Supernatural and Stranger Things, it brings to mind what you might get if director Tim Burton wrote horror novels!” —Manhattan Book Review
Can a village be inherently evil? Welcome to Brunswick NY, Population 4,941.
On the surface, this sleepy hamlet comes alive in the autumn with picturesque apple orchards, haunted corn mazes, laden pumpkin patches and holiday hay rides. During a snowy Halloween, a young William Willowsby must battle evil forces that have been shielded by the locals for generations. On the outskirts of the town is the abandoned Forest Park Cemetery. All things wicked seem to revolve around the old graveyard. A rarely seen homunculus serves an evil task master. Together they weave a wicked web that attempts to snare the youth of the hamlet. A creepy graveyard, a spooky schoolhouse, an abandoned mortuary and a member of his own family will leave you simply sleepless.
Three friends unite to solve the mystery of a mysterious creature that has been butchering local livestock. In the woods that were a place of legend in their childhood, they seek answers, but soon find that the truth about the creature may be more troublesome than they ever feared.
This chilling mystery takes place in 16th century England in the fictitious village of Carn. John, Thomas, and Henry were the best of friends, raised as brothers by Father Michael–the town priest. As local livestock is attacked, the trio remembers rumors of an evil creature residing in the nearby forest; legends told of a demon, a shapeshifter, and other medieval terrors.
As the three seek answers, they discover they may not have known each other as well as they once thought. The power of secrets, deception, and the great lengths one will go through to protect someone they love are all revealed in due time.
Heroes aren’t born; they’re made. But so are villains.
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Raine Campbell never knew she was special until her dormant magic unleashed to protect her friends.
But it couldn’t be contained or controlled.
Enter the School of Necessary Magic, where magical teens are taught to master their abilities and maybe learn some math.
During a forbidden trip into the massive underground city beneath the school –– off limits to freshman –– Raine discovers druids are disappearing. And no one seems to care.
Refusing to stand by and ignore it like everyone else, she dives into an increasingly dangerous plot to rescue them before the balance the druids maintain tips into chaos.
But doing so requires breaking rules that could lead to her expulsion and threatens to end her dream of working as a witch for the FBI, following in the footsteps of her father and uncle.
Join Raine on an action-packed adventure of magic and mayhem.
After all rules are just guidelines, right?
Say hello to old friends and meet the new freshmen class at the School of Necessary Magic.
This boxed set includes all nine books in the series: Ward Of The FBI, Orphan Witch, Special Witch Of The FBI, Oath Of The Witch, Cold Case of the Witch, Witch Fugitive, Untouchable Witch, Probationary Agent, and A Necessary Witch.
NOTE: While the series continues in the same world with some returning characters, it does stand alone. No prior experience necessary.