Your Wednesday Reading List – 1/5/2022
Woman in victorian dress imprisoned in a dungeon

Your Wednesday Reading List – 1/5/2022

Once Broken
H. Anne Henry

Vampire assassins. Heroic werewolves. Demon hunter Remington Hart has seen a thing or two.

That’s what happens when you live in a town like Dove Creek, Texas, where the supernatural abounds and the townsfolk are willfully ignorant of it. But when the Triple Six show up – flesh and blood human beings with powerful, superhuman abilities – Remi and the rest of her allies, the Amasai, are thrown for a loop. Old and new enemies alike come at them head on, forcing the Amasai to recognize that they’re outnumbered and outgunned.

Before Dove Creek is overrun, they must find a way to solve the mystery of the new dark power and quell its source.

During all of this, Remi is still coming to grips with the untimely death of her husband, dealing with her barely understood feelings for the ancient werewolf who saved her life, and flirting with the smoking hot cowboy of the Amasai who is currently pursuing her. Remi will set her personal feelings aside, though, when the bodies start piling up and her own family is threatened. What started out as a quest for vengeance soon becomes a fight for survival.

Once Broken is the compelling first book in the Remington Hart contemporary fantasy series.

If you like fast-paced action, a team dynamic, and an ass-kicking leading lady, then you’ll love this paranormal fantasy.

Burn the Night
Zahra Stone

My strange magical abilities have always been a magnet for trouble. After growing up in a slew of foster homes, I was excited to strike out on my own. Only the government found me and turned me into their little weapon.

Now it’s my job to hunt down others like me—paranormals who have gone rogue—and I have no choice but to comply.
For years they never cared about what I could do, they just needed me to get the job done. But now they’re asking lots of questions, and I don’t have any of the answers.

The truth is: nobody knows who or what I am. Not even me.

If I can’t figure it out soon, I’ll not only lose my job but possibly end up in prison… or the morgue.

To Kill a Fae
Jamie A. Waters

Marked for death, Sabine escaped from her home more than ten years ago.

But the Wild Hunt will never give up.

It should have been easy to stay hidden. All Sabine had to do was keep her head down, avoid telling anyone about her past, and above all else — not let her glamour drop.

Even the best-laid plans eventually fall apart.

When a charismatic stranger arrives in the city, Sabine finds herself unwittingly drawn to the power she can sense hidden within him. Keeping her distance is nearly impossible, especially after a life debt is called due and she’s tasked into helping steal a rare artifact.

Sabine is the only one who can break the magical barriers protecting the item, but that means revealing the truth about her identity and exposing her darkest secrets.

Unfortunately, the Fae aren’t the only ones hunting her.

And the most dangerous monsters aren’t always confined to the dark.

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