A monster wants to tell you a story; are you brave enough to listen?
Marcus Roga is the heir to the Earl of Szatmar, and as such he considers himself blessed with a mother and father he respects, and younger twin siblings he adores.
In the 17th Century, Marcus Roga is content with his life as an Earl-in-waiting until his parents arrange a match for him with the daughter of the Marquis D' Embry; a pairing that is destined to become a match made in Hell.
This monstrous coupling--and the course of events it sets in motion--are foretold in a Gypsy's prophesy. Is this Gypsy seeing clearly; or can destiny be changed?
With The House of Roga Trilogy, S.H. Bown provides a fast-paced And thrilling Vampire saga that takes you into a world of Supernatural Adult Fantasy and Horror as the forces of good and evil clash through the millennia.
The new 2020 edition with special content!
The story of a prince who fell from grace, only to become the savior of his race.
The story of Eron Eagelsword, a weak-hearted and young prince, overcoming his fears and facing countless dangers as he does the impossible to stop a civil war from happening while preparing for war against the ruthless Lycans and Vladirians.
The price of failure is the extinction of his race.
This 2020 edition has special content including a sneak-peak into the second installment of the The War of Howls
Praise for The Peasant King / Editorial Reviews
"This tale offers a fresh remix of familiar fantasy motifs." -- Kirkus Reviews
Genre: Fantasy Length: 303 Pages (2,881 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Jul 6th, 2020
THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN LOSING EVERYTHING...
IS FORGETTING WHAT YOU LOST.
author of Seeking Incandescence and The Museum, pens a riveting adult romance with a poignant examination of love, identity, and forgiveness.
Once the powerful prince of Renol, William is a shell of the man he once was. Living under the curse of a powerful witch, William has spent 100 years making deals on her behalf and mourning the loss of his first love.
Belle has spent her life confined within the limits of her city, Paylor, and is now bound to a man she does not love. When she dares to venture outside the city's gates in search of something she's lost, she finds more than she ever expected.
As Belle and William embark on a journey of love and mourning, passion and forgiveness, they discover that sometimes what we lose isn't as important as what we find.
Midnight in New California combines relatable larger than life characters, a dreamy atmospheric setting, and a unique, insightful voice into an approachably intellectual page-turner.
Cora Broussard finds herself restless in utopian 2030's New California until a seemingly chance meeting with Ashley Doral, a sultry free spirit from the Jobber underclass.
Ashley has what Cora wants: fire, agency, and the ability to express unfettered desire. Despite the dizzying bliss of a new romance with Ashley, Cora can't shake the feeling that she is being watched by New California's tranquilizer gun-armed Government Protection Officers.
Lured by a strange phone call, Cora embarks on an ominous journey back to the country of her birth. Will her desire for power be stronger than her contentment in the life she created for herself?
Midnight in New California addresses the deep-seated anxiety and thrilling hope of the future, wrapped around toxic romance and cultural identity. Fans of classic ...
Book 2: Rise of the Deathbringer now available!
Karl wants to go home, but he doesn't know where home is.
Karl floats through life. He does nothing well and a lot badly. He hasn't found his purpose, but it's fine, because he lives in Flowforn where nobody has to do anything, so most beings choose to drink.
Sadly, things change when a tyrant, Arazod, invades Flowforn and Karl finds something else he's bad at - heroism. He's imprisoned and sentenced to death, but his friend, Princess Sabrinia, frees him.
When on the run from the only place he's ever called home, Karl learns he isn't who he thinks he is and that there is a portal to his real home. He needs to find the portal before Arazod finds him and kills him. So his adventure begins - an adventure that Karl doesn't want to have, but one that will change his life, forever.
International Emmy nominated writer, Mark Boutros, brings you a warm, humorous and sometimes dark fantasy about friendship; featuring magic, monsters, morons ...
Marric Norst, a sixteen-year-old fletcher's son is frustrated by his simple life. That changes when he meets Janis, an experienced assassin who has been hired by different parties to both protect and kill him. Soon, Marric learns of his potential as a Lightbearer -- and the wide range of Light powers, including some that frighten him. Janis finds herself drawn to Marric as he discovers his new powers, but he won't come into them until his awakening, an event which could prove fatal to him and those around him. To protect those he loves, Marric must journey with Janis to a sanctuary amidst an underground war, one in which Marric is sought after by both sides to tip the scales in their favor. Together, Marric and Janis experience intrigue, adventure, and a prophecy that may prove significant. Through it all, a simple fact drives the unlikely pair forward despite their misgivings: Marric could awaken at any moment.