Coed Demon Sluts: Melitta

Coed Demon Sluts: Melitta by Jennifer Stevenson

Coed Demon Sluts: Book 3
by Jennifer Stevenson
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-628-8
A BVC Original

Brainiac Melitta is repeating her senior year of high school after a horrible betrayal spins her into clinical depression. All she wants is to graduate and go to the best college that will still accept her, but her past won’t let her go…until Delilah, recruiter for hell, offers her a gig as a succubus and the power to fix what’s broken in her life.
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Emerging Legacy

Emerging Legacy by Doranna Durgin

A Story of the Wolverine’s Daughter
by Doranna Durgin
$1.99 (Short Story) ISBN 978-1-61138-538-0

The slavers who capture Kelyn’s youthful hunting pack also threaten her village, which depends on the meat and trade pelts the pack brings in. But except for Kelyn, the pack is drugged… and Kelyn’s nickname is Kelyn the Clumsy. A short story set before the events of Wolverine’s Daughter.

Originally published by Random House

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The Boy from the Burren

The Boy from the Burren by Sheila GIlluly

The First Book of the Painter
by Sheila Gilluly
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-463-5

Aengus, a hard-bitten young thief with a gift for sand painting, expects a fine new life of adventuring when his drunken father sells him to Bruchan, a wandering storyteller.

But instead of illustrating his new master’s tales at fairs, Aengus finds himself embroiled in a desperate secret war. For Bruchan leads an embattled religious community which is fighting to keep alive their secret knowledge and ancient way of life. Threatening them are the fanatical Brotherhood of the Wolf, servants of the Wild Fire, who ruthlessly hunt all such heretics.
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Katharine Eliska Kimbriel

Katharine Eliska Kimbriel reinvents herself every decade or so.  The one constant she has reached for in life is telling stories.  “I’m interested in how people respond to choice.  What is the metaphor for power, for choice? In SF it tends to be technology (good, bad and balanced) while in Fantasy the metaphor is magic – who has it, who wants or does not want it, what is done with it, and who/what the person or culture is after the dust has settled. A second metaphor, both grace note and foundation, is the need for and art of healing.  Forthcoming stories will talk about new things that I’ve learned, and still hope to learn … with grace notes about betrayal, forgiveness, healing and second chances.”  A Campbell Award nominee.

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