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Preview Chasing Rabbits by Erin Bedford
Alice was wrong – Wonderland wasn’t so wonderful after all.
Kat never expected to be back in her hometown, but when house sitting turns
into a mad rabbit chase, Kat finds herself with a whole new set of problems.
A two headed bird with a Game of Thrones obsession, a party full of tea
addicts, and a Cheshire Cat who could seduce the pants off her grandma? And
if the citizens weren’t bad enough their prince was off his rocker.
This wasn’t your run of the mill Wonderland. This was the Fae world, where
rules are rules, and some things are exactly as they seem.
Chasing Rabbits is a twisted modern day Alice in Wonderland with a dark fantasy twist and is not suitable for readers under the age of 18. Follow a sassy heroine as she is guided by her fun loving new friends, sexy alpha males, and dark villains.
Exclusive The Young Princess by Chloe Garner
Gwen was only six when her father told her that he was going to send her to a neighboring kingdom to wed a prince and become queen.
That was all she knew, and Katrina certainly didn’t know any more. Katrina has been tasked with watching over Gwen since the young princess was born, so when Gwen packs up all of her things, Katrina is right there with her. They leave home and everything they know to become a part of another kingdom, another life, another destiny. Life at court is never as simple as it seems, and Katrina and Gwen are soon caught up in a generations-old battle for power and for love.
Traitor by Scott Bartlett
Traitor is a novelette that takes places 20 years before the main plot of The Ixan Prophecies trilogy, which begins with Supercarrier.
This novelette covers events during a major conflict that later becomes known as the First Galactic War. It tells the story of why Husher’s father was branded a traitor, along with what Captain Keyes and Fesky were doing during the First Galactic War.
While it isn’t necessary, it is recommended that you read Supercarrier first. By doing so, the characters and events in Traitor will be made more meaningful to you.
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