Sword of the Seven Sins by Emily Colin

Sword of the Seven Sins

by Emily Colin

Raised in the Commonwealth, where citizens live and die by the code of the Seven Sins, Eva’s sickened by the barbaric punishments the High Priests inflict. She sees the Bellators of Light, the Commonwealth’s executioners, as conscienceless killers.

When she’s Chosen as the first female bellator, Eva’s devastated. She turns out to be inordinately gifted at the very role she abhors…no thanks to Ari, her dismissive, impossible mentor.

Ari’s indifference conceals a dangerous secret: He’s loved Eva since they were children. When Eva falls for Ari too, she knows they should do anything to avoid each other: love is punishable by death.

Then the two uncover a secret that could overturn the Commonwealth, and Eva must choose: Turn her back on Ari, and remain loyal to the only home she’s ever known—or risk everything on the slim hope of freedom, and stake her life on the boy she’s come to love.

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian

Stars Dark Box Set: Books 1-4 by Joshua James and Daniel Young

Stars Dark Box Set: Books 1-4

by Joshua James and Daniel Young

“Harks back to the days of pulp magazines!”

Over 500 pages of nonstop action. The starship Yellowjacket is no pushover, but when an alien force larger than any in living memory appears out of nowhere, she is overwhelmed and left for dead on a hostile world.

It’s a bad start to the day for Captain Brynn Jameson — and that’s before he learns the architect of the invasion has a personal vendetta against him.

Now, the resourceful crew must find a way to repair their crippled ship, gather allies, and get back in the fight — before there’s no fight left to join.

Note: The Stars Dark series is an homage to thrilling pulp sci-fi of yesteryear. If you’re interested in hard science fiction look elsewhere. But if you’re looking for action-packed adventures on strange worlds with even stranger aliens, this series is for you!

Previously $4.99

Category: Science Fiction – Galactic Empire

Bachelor Beast by Grace Goodwin

Bachelor Beast

by Grace Goodwin

Warlord Wulf thought nothing could be worse than being tortured by the Hive, until he’s ordered to go to Earth and represent The Colony in a human reality show. The Bachelor Beast is Earth’s hottest new program, but being set up with two dozen clingy females is not his idea of a good time. When his Beast refuses to show any interest in the show’s potential mates, he knows he must choose one or die due to his raging mating fever.

His Beast prefers execution to claiming anyone but his true mate. Wulf is resigned to his fate, a one-way trip to Atlan, a prison cell and execution. It is the only honorable thing left to do.

Until one glance, one sweet, feminine scent lingering in the air and his beast rages for a female who is not supposed to be his.

But try telling that to his Beast when his entire body transforms on live television and one simple word thunders from his lips…MINE.

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Category: Science Fiction – Adventure

Milk and Brimstone by Mandi Martin

Milk and Brimstone

by Mandi Martin

A tardy vengeance means you share the tyrants’ guilt.
The veil between worlds has been torn. The land is rife with death. The work of a man who desires only perfection. His son is pulled between loyalty to his father and the logic of his veil dwelling guard, Kenway. Choices and reality become vital as danger grows and even Kenway is conflicted between his heart and his duty.
Thou shall not kill…unless one is undesirable.

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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian

Havall 16 by A. J. Ullman

Havall 16

by A. J. Ullman

Immortality. For Havall 16, it’s a fate worse than death. Havall 16 comes back in time to warn Tommy Canada not to take his fledgling company pubic or else society will be cleaved into two factions: the Havalls –- who are young, rich and can live forever — and the Havenots. Faced with turning his back on wealth and fame, Tommy must consider his personal goals versus those of society. Havall 16 asks him, “If you could go back in time and kill Hitler when he was a baby, would you? Kill an innocent to spare millions in the future?” You might, she says, have to kill before you ever become the richest man on earth, before you solve humans’ greatest fear: dying. Convincing his partner, Win Gault, presents a problem, because the future Havalls know she has gone back in time and they have a plan to deal with her.. Will she or Tommy have to kill? Or will Win win? The future is plastic, Havall 16 reminds Tommy. One thing is certain though, as Tommy’s buddy reminds him. We weren’t designed to live forever. Havall 16 taps into our deepest fears of death and dying as well as global warming and our very current worries about income and medical inequality — a future where some have it all — and most have not.

Previously $7.99

Category: Science Fiction – Adventure

The Robot General by Kyle Anthony

The Robot General

by Kyle Anthony

A living legend accused of sabotage.

Three hundred years ago a liaison robot turned warrior sided with humans in the Great A.I. War. He’s one of few hi-level sentients allowed to live. But all this doesn’t matter now because he’s on the run.

And the innocent never run.

Armed with emotion chip-fueled determination and his beloved weapons, the general flees to a nearby planet where he must unravel a tangled conspiracy to prove his innocence. But that’s easier said than done.

Standing in his way are ferocious mountain beasts worshipped as ancient gods, dreaded Red Guards wielding witchfire battle glaives, and a bounty hunter with superhuman reflexes. If that isn’t enough, an ancient empire wants to annihilate him at a planet’s expense.

Previously $2.99

Category: Science Fiction – Military

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