Sent back to England from her family’s estate on Mars, Arabella despises the life of a staid young Regency lady. Then a shocking threat to her family on Mars forces her to undertake a desperate, impossible airship journey back to the colony.
You’ve never read bedtime stories like these. RWA RITA Award finalist Sharon Lynn Fisher blends fantasy, science fiction, and dark romance in these bold tales of seduction and sensual awakening.
As an angelic war brews in the numinous realms, and Spain marches closer to civil war, the destiny of two worlds hangs on Diago’s actions. Yet it is the fates of his lover, Miquel, and his young son, Rafael, that weighs most heavily on his soul.
In the Bad Bayous, guile—a power in the water that changes people and objects, sometimes for the worse—sets Yonie Watereye, 16, on a path that puts her own life in danger as she traces her family tree and finds a murderer.
In a frantic race to save the future of humanity, Diago is forced to rely on his daimonic nature to deceive an angel. In doing so, he discovers the birth of a modern god—one that will bring about a new world order from which no one can escape.
The sequel to The Thorn of Dentonhill! The Thorn- magic student by day, vigilante by night- continues his fight against the drug trade, assassins, street gangs and final exams.
Stage magician Quinn Bradley has one dream: to headline his own show on the Vegas Strip. When the talent scouts begin circling, he thinks he’s about to make it. Instead, he gets an offer to go on a quest to a place where magic is all too real.
In the 23rd century, humans live in a Paleoterrific utopia, reunited with old (cloned) friends like the mammoth. Panpsychism—a consciousness that pervades matter–is the new science. We’re about to learn what exactly that means.
“Tompkins’ amazing debut novel conjures an epic battle for the soul of Ireland. Filled with…magic and mayhem, faeries, Vikings, legates, kings and queens, angels and goddesses…” Karen Joy Fowler, Man Booker Prize shortlisted author
This volume of the anthology series, edited by Elisabeth Waters and now in its third decade of publication, includes stories by Robin Wayne Bailey, Deborah J. Ross, Michael H. Payne, Catherine Soto, and many others.