Heroes & Witches Urban Fantasy Multi Author Boxed Set (Urban Fantasy and Super Powers, Book 1)

Heroes & Witches Urban Fantasy Multi Author Boxed Set (Urban Fantasy and Super Powers, Book 1)

Daniel Arenson, Kate Danley, Robert J. Crane, Dannika Dark, J. L. Bryan, Anthea Sharp, Colin F. Barnes, Terah Edun, T. Paulin, M

Language: English

Pages: 1611

ISBN: 2:00267881

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


An impressive collection of 10 Urban Fantasy novels about shifters, sorcerers, witches and wizards, mages, ghost hunters, angels, demons, mutants, fairies, and more!

The heroes in these hand-selected 10 books are all spectacular, whether born with special abilities or created, by choice or by science lab.

The 10 tales contained within this bundle stretch the limits of imagination while blurring genre boundaries. What they all have in common is originality, and some of the most compelling voices in publishing today.

Books may be read in any order. The professionally-formatted file includes all book covers and a clickable table of contents. Please note: some stories contain mature subject matter.

INCLUDED IN THIS 10-BOOK BUNDLE:

Alone (Girl in the Box #1) by Robert J. Crane
(220 pages - Urban Fantasy)
A young woman held prisoner in her own house for a decade finds herself on the run and discovering mysterious powers she never knew she had.

About Last Night by T. Paulin
(130 pages - Paranormal Mystery)
A geeky delivery driver with ADD becomes a ghost detective and solves his first haunting. Comedic with touches of horror. First in series, no cliffhanger. Published June 2014, first time in an anthology.

Sterling (Mageri Series Book 1) by Dannika Dark
(376 pages - Urban Fantasy Romance)
A young woman must let go of her past in order to accept her future as an immortal Mage.

Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper (Book 1) by J. L. Bryan
(296 pages - Paranormal Mystery)
Ellie specializes in removing restless ghosts from haunted houses, but her new case turns out to be darker and more dangerous than she ever expected. First in series, no cliffhanger. Originally released September 2014, first time in an anthology.

Accession (Sarath Web) by Terah Edun
(256 pages - Young Adult Fantasy)
Sixteen year old Katherine Thompson leads a boring life—until her sister is killed in a horrifying accident and she’s forced to take on the responsibility of heir to the coven throne.

Code Breakers: Alpha by Colin F. Barnes
(260 pages - Sci-Fi / Cyberpunk)
In a post-apocalyptic world, humanity comes under threat from a deadly Artificial Intelligence. Gerry Cardle, coder extraordinaire, is the only one who can save mankind, even if it means sacrificing everything he has ever loved.

Maggie for Hire (Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker) by Kate Danley
(288 pages - Urban Fantasy)
When monsters appear in Los Angeles, Maggie MacKay is on the job. Her latest gig? To stop the vampires from turning Tinseltown into an all-you-can-kill buffet.

Flaming Dove by Daniel Arenson
(352 pages - Dark, Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy)
Outcast from Hell. Banished from Heaven. Lost on Earth. Laira’s mother was an angel, her father a demon. As Heaven and Hell battle around her, Laira’s own war rages between her two halves.

Crystal Magic (Clearwater Witches) by Madeline Freeman
(320 pages - Young Adult Urban Fantasy)
Magic can be as dangerous as fire, as Kristyl Barnette is about to learn. When a curse threatens someone she loves, witches could help her, but is dealing in magic worth the consequences?

Feyland: The First Adventure by Anthea Sharp
(65 pages - Young Adult Urban Fantasy)
High-tech gaming and ancient magic collide when a young woman hacks into a computer game that opens a gateway to the treacherous Realm of Faerie.

Ceremony (Darkwar Trilogy, Book 3)

Corrigan Fire (Corigan, Book 1)

Madouc (Lyonesse, Book 3)

Soldats de pierre 2 (Les annales de la Compagnie Noire, Tome 13)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

away. "He seems nice," Stacey said. "You don't like him, though, do you?" "It's not even him. I don't like Calvin springing things on me. And I don't like working with psychics." "Why not?" I took a breath. "Well, there are three kinds of psychics: those who are genuine, those who are fake—some of them don't know they're fake, though—and the ones who are kind of in between. They may have some abilities, but they aren't reliable. In the modern world, we have good scientific tools for finding

kids!" "Since then, every house built here has burned down, with no clear cause of the fire. I guess nobody has come along to risk building a seventh one yet. But eventually they will." "Were you hurt in the fire?" Stacey asked. "Or your family?" "I would've died if my dog hadn't woken me up." I smiled a little, but there was no real joy in it. My heart was hurting. "Sweet little Frank. You know how golden retrievers always look like they're smiling? Anyway, he jumped on my bed and woke me up,

bunks. The back half of the room remained dimmer, as though some kind of dark veil were drawn across it, but I could still see Marsh's rotting coffin and the idol in the wall beyond it. An angry-sounding groan shook the room as the darkness seemed to retreat into the walls. From my own experience, I had a pretty good idea that if we moved these bodies out of the house, we might knock out the haunting altogether, sending the restless spirits on their way to wherever they're supposed to go. We

knocked you out…” I wondered out loud. I heard the owl hoot and took off at a sprint. Turned out to be a false alarm. “I told you to hoot like an owl if you were in trouble.” Killian grimaced. “This, my dear Maggie, is most definitely trouble.” He pointed to a circle of intricate designs laid out in the ground like the one in the church. “An illegal portal,” I said as I crouched down. I scuffed my foot across the brimstone dust, breaking the circle and rendering it useless. “Probably

such a thing.” “Well, whether you’ve heard of it or not, it appears to be real,” I said. I pushed the rest of my fries onto his plate. “I need your help.” He eyed the fries, trying to decide whether to stay miffed at me for consorting with the enemy, which I feel should be noted that I only did for the survival of the human race, or surrender to the comforts of my salty, fried peace offering. Peace won. Killian passed him the malt vinegar. “If you need help with the Northern magic, I’m better

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