Due to mature content, situations and language, this collection is recommended for audiences 18+. Some stories are written in American, some in Canadian, Australian, and some in British English. The authors have chosen to stay true to their heritage.
This box set includes a mix of already released and totally new novels and novellas, all complete works. Those books which are part of a series can be enjoyed fully without the need to read the complete series (though there is a chance you might develop story-addiction issues—for that, we apologize).
A story about a little girl trapped between two worlds – The Ancient, and the New – Love destroys… Angels fall… Darkness follows… Is your Guardian Angel from Heaven or Hell?
Long ago, in an almost forgotten Realm, a race of fallen Angels called the Grigori clash with a ruling house of Angels – the Bulguardi. Their battle changed events in the Ancient World and the New World forever. A Realm where a year can last centuries and an Ancient magical people still rule, even the immortals face danger. Rising up from their imprisonment underground on Altair, evil has returned and the Grigori are on a destructive path of revenge. When their preferred food source becomes scarce, Earth, a world teaming with humans, becomes their target.
Trapped in the middle between the old world and the new, a little girl cursed with horrific visions from the past. From an Ancient world to the new world on Earth, this is a tale of myth and legend, mayhem and magic, birth and death. A tale of families torn apart, souls searching for lost loves, and evil is walking out of the shadows. You can run, but you cannot run forever.
Over the centuries, from the time before time, the Grigori were called many things. In Greece, they called them, Vrykolakas. In Romania, Strigoi. In earlier times, there were others. Other blood-sucking demons, that preyed on the innocent. In ancient Babylonia, it was Lilitu and her sistren, who instilled fear among the Babylonians. In the new world, they would go by another name. Vampire.
A world that defies logic and reason. A world that may very well be true: Paradox – The Angels Are Here.
A story that will indeed leave you asking… Who, When, Where? WHAT!
My name is Juliette. Nine hundred years ago, I died. Today, I am alive… This is my story. Paradox – The Angels Are Here.
What is found within the depths of the human soul? Does wickedness linger, as if the Devil’s thumb is ready to pluck the strings of certain choices? And with the strumming, just how far will Evil spread?
13 is the story of random souls pitted against the tragedy of the modern world. What is their connection, if any? Nameless; are these mere humans whose weaknesses force them to commit heinous crimes, or demons under the skin, aware of their sins yet indifferent to the outcome?
Will they decipher the unknown and make it out alive?
Who is watching, what is the end?
The antique porcelain doll was the last thing Janice’s estranged husband bought for the antiques store before he deserted her and their daughter Emily. As life as she knew it dissolves bit by bit, Janice realizes extravagant purchases like the doll may mean the end of Stilton’s Antiques. She doesn’t realize, however, that this particular doll could mean the end of everything.
Gabby survives her ex-boyfriend’s brutal attack, only to be ripped away from her life by a complete stranger. She is thrown into the world of Immortals, where every nightmare out there exists and walks free. She can’t deny her attraction to this stranger, Neeko, but he must earn her trust before she will ever let him into her heart. Can she learn to love again? Will love be enough, or will everything come crashing down?
Neeko sees Gabby and immediately knows she is someone special. He makes a rash decision to kidnap her, because he can’t stop thinking about her. Now he must somehow prove to her that she is his mate and his soul’s other half. How can he have a human for a mate? Can he keep her safe from Demons? Or is he her biggest threat?
When the missing pieces fall into place to reveal all their secrets, will they stand together or apart?
Depression consumes the guardian angel, Rhyan, after his human charge chooses her soulmate over him. Filled with anger and despair, he lashes out. And when his hate-filled words land him neck-deep in Hell, he realizes he’s gone too far. He expects trouble, but not to discover his own soulmate in the fiery depths. Abigail is there with good reason, but she’s done her time, and in order to save them both, Rhyan must strike a deal with the Devil. The stakes are higher than ever before, with his soul, his friends and even the fate of Heaven and Earth in jeopardy. If he fails, Rhyan stands to lose more than he ever feared. Will true love be denied? It will take everything he’s got to break down the traps Lucifer puts in his way. New lines are drawn and old scores are settled, and Rhyan is in for the fight of his life. With Abigail as the prize, and humanity in the balance, he will stop at nothing to claim…Hell’s Gift.
To some, death is the end; to others, a beginning. To Icarus Fell, it should have been a relief from a life gone seriously awry.
But death had other plans.
Icarus doesn’t believe that the man awaiting him when he wakes up in a cheap motel room is really the archangel Michael, or that God’s right hand wants him to help souls on their way to Heaven. Icarus doesn’t believe there’s a Heaven, so why should they want his help?
But the man claiming to be the archangel tempts him with an offer he can’t ignore–harvest enough souls and get back the life he wished he’d had.
It seems Icarus has nothing to lose, until he botches a harvest and the soul that went to Hell instead of Heaven comes back to make him pay by threatening to take away the life he hoped to win back.
To save the wife and son he already lost once, Icarus will have to become the man he never was. Somehow, he will have to learn to believe.
Martha Tidberry grew up knowing she was different.
But that difference was far from what anyone could imagine.
Even herself; in the beginning.
What was she to do with that puzzling brain of hers?
Except believe in the impossibility of the possible.
Inheriting an estate which has been passed down from generation to generation, Adele Boelen couldn’t shake the overwhelming feeling her life was about to change. On a whim, after leaving the estate attorney’s office, she and her boyfriend, Clay, venture out to Fairwinds Manor and soon find themselves at odd with each other. Adele is drawn to a mysterious entity, her own body betraying her at the very sound of his voice.
The way he touches her leaves her craving more and soon, the mere thought of leaving sends her into a panic.
Lines will be drawn as what lies in the manor takes control, growing stronger with each passing second.
But there’s more to him than meets the eye. Deception, passion, and rage explode, tearing apart the once happy couple. Adele belongs to the manor now and what lies inside. And he won’t be letting her go that easily.
Jake thought his day was going badly when he was the only person who saw the man fall in front of the subway train. When it turns out he’s being stalked at every turn, he has to wonder if there is any connection between the person stalking him and the man who walked away from being hit by a train. And what does it all have to do with him?
The Box That Jane Built is a short story from a collection called, Figments, however, deserves a starring role.
Who is Jane and what does she want from Jack? Will she get it or will everyone die?
Outside the Box:
The Back Of My Hand
To what lengths will a person go when age attacks?
Over-confident, he’s sure he’ll get the job, but what exactly is it?
My Imaginary Friend
How can Amy prove her innocence?
Four stories to chill the blood, unless you already have ice in your veins?
When Patti is not writing, she is busy pursuing her other passion, which is designing book covers and formatting for other authors.
Julie Elizabeth Powell, my soul lingering within my imagination; maybe you’ll join me?
Actually, Victoria, B.C. is only a couple hours north of Seattle, Wash., where more rain is seen than snow. Since snow isn’t really a pressing issue, Bruce spends more time trying to remember to leave the “u” out of words like “colour” and “neighbour” than he does shovelling (and watch out for those pesky double l’s). The father of two, Bruce is also the trophy husband of a burlesque diva.
Characterization is one of K.S. Haigwood’s strongest points. You can understand each characters’ predicaments and you can almost foresee their reactions. But. There’s always a but, with this author, because Haigwood can deliver enough twists and turns to turn a tornado on its head. Just as you think you’ve figured where the story is going next, she’s duped you again.
The whole of her novels are littered with good chuckle moments, and even in the darkest hour, the thinnest hint of a silver lining is still visible among the clouds.
Shock therapy for body and soul, delivered at a hundred miles an hour with the humor and charisma of a trendsetter, Haigwood is certain to be hailed the new wonder-drug to cure all ills.