Your Tuesday Reading List   – 6/1

Your Tuesday Reading List – 6/1

Light of Embre
Kiana Hettinger
One spark is all it takes.

When Princess Sarel is promised to Prince Dran, she knows better than to expect a love match. But when the kind, gentle heir to the Opian throne steals her heart, she vows to unite their kingdoms under the eyes of the gods.

While on voyage to the new land, her caravan is overtaken by thieves and she is held for ransom. Her only hope for survival comes when Dran dares to escape and find help, leaving her alone with just her palace guard, Renar.

A lifelong friend and protector, Renar stays close to his princess. So close that strange things begin to happen. Magical things that should not be possible.

Could Sarel be mated to the wrong man? Will they die at the hands of the Zaxa bandits? Will their forbidden love start a war between allied kingdoms?

The Selection meets A Court of Thorns and Roses in this breathtakingly steamy adventure.

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The Stone Warriors: Nicodemus
D. B. Reynolds
It was a time when gods walked the earth, when armies fought not for bits of land, but for the very existence of humanity. On such a battlefield, five formidable warriors stood against an evil greater than any the earth had ever seen. But evil is not an honorable foe. Betrayed by someone they trusted, the warriors were cursed, one by one, tossed into the maelstrom of time, imprisoned in stone, their freedom resting on nearly impossible conditions. Alone of the five, their leader, the sorcerer Nicodemus, was left free. His curse? To know that his fellow warriors remained trapped forever out of his reach, condemned to an eternity of searching for their stone prisons and the keys to their freedom.
Following Sotiris’s vanishing trail, Nicodemus searches through worlds and centuries until finally, in a universe a thousand years from where he was born, he is reunited with his warriors and Antonia. Wanting only to share the lives they’ve been denied for so long, they are instead forced to confront Sotiris once more. With Antonia and his warriors by his side—as well as an unexpected, but deadly, ally—Nicodemus prepares for the final battle. And this time, only one sorcerer will walk away.
Torn From Stone
Sarah Rockwood
The creature under the sink says you’re not human, and only a trip into time itself will show you the truth.
After a lackluster birthday party, Phoenix finds a strange creature hiding under her sink. Doing what any sensible person would do, she pokes it. And when that little guy wakes up, he rocks her world.
Phoenix isn’t human. The little guy under her sink just told her so. She’s actually a Traveler; a beautiful humanoid who moved through time on multi-coloured wings that filled the sky. So why is she here, sitting on the floor of her tiny apartment with a strange creature named Sid? Why doesn’t she remember any of this? And where are her wings?
Following Sid into time itself, Phoenix embarks on a wild adventure. If the Sirens don’t kill her, meeting a talking Yeti might. And ancient Egypt is amazing when it isn’t so ancient. Although she could do without all the snake-men chasing her. And through all this, the most terrifying man in her home world, a silver-skinned warrior named The Archer, is hunting her down.
Don’t worry, when the stuff really hits the fan, Phoenix isn’t afraid to swing her baseball bat at whatever is in her way. They say you can’t get blood from a stone, but maybe you can get wings? Either way, Phoenix sure as hell is going to try.
Can a city girl travel to ancient lands, do battle with fantastical creatures, and literally find her wings?
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