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[Birthright] by [M.A. Vice] — “When a young daemon becomes host to his father, the centuries-old progenitor of his kind, it seems his only purpose is to kill and kill again, to build a new world fit for the dark to rule. Unseen by humans, the world has long been controlled by the strings of a shadowy secret society of immortal beings, the Order of Azoth. As the organization fractures and begins to unravel, he may be the last hope of the Order to quell the spread of corruption and change the path of the future. Just as they may be his only hope to discover his own humanity.” Genres: Fantasy, historical.

[Black Kitten] by [Melissa Sweeney] — “The story follows Vincenzo, a powerful trans mafia man who’s hesitant on showing love, and Sylvia, a defeatist trans woman who works at one of his gay bars in Harlem. Together, the two of them try to stay together while their worlds refuse to accept their love.” Genres: Historical, romance.

[Everlong] by [R. Raeta] — “Lily doesn’t remember her death, or even her reawakening, but she knows this: the sun is to be feared, words are her salvation, and—above all—the bench facing the playground is hers. She is the pin holding the hands of the clock, watching the world move and change around her while she remains fixed, lonely, and unchanged... until a boy takes a seat beside her. A story about love, loss, and what it means to live forever..” Genres: Paranormal, romance.

[The Fox and the Thief] by [Jon Farrar] — “Alyce Brangwyn is a young woman who's lived her entire life in the confines of the Cross Town Asylum. This cruel organization conducts human experiments on people who have grown animal-like features, such as Alyce's fox ears and tail. One day, she finally finds a chance to escape into Cross Town's seedy downtown. That's when a chance encounter with a foul-mouthed vagrant calling himself “Grizz” changes both their lives forever.” Genres: Slice of life, romance, science fiction.

[The Oracle Stone] by [Talli L. Morgan] — “Some legends never die. Jekku Aj'ere can see everything from the start of time to the end, and it’s an agonizing curse. His only chance to bargain for freedom is to find the Oracle Stone, a magic artifact that was split into four pieces and hidden centuries ago. Lilya Noor wants to forget her past and be immortal, so she agrees to a blood oath that will grant her eternal life if she delivers the Oracle Stone to her Master of Magic. Failure is not an option, but what if the stone offers a better deal than simple immortality? Vaeltaja Ievisin has one chance for redemption: the Second Savior. Presenting the Savior and the lost Oracle Stone to his gods will end his banishment, but the Savior isn’t at all what Taja expected, and neither is the stone. And how much is forgiveness worth, anyway, when the gods are never satisfied? There are higher powers at play, and Jekku, Lilya, and Taja must pull themselves together or risk losing their magic and their lives to the vengeful spirits trapped in the stone. But it’s hard to prevent a magical catastrophe when you can’t trust anyone, including yourself, and certainly not the gods.” Genres: Young adult, fantasy.

[A Turn of the Wheel] by [Catharine Labadie] — “It is known that many harvests grow in the king’s orchard, both magical and mundane. So too has Aubria grown in her village community tending to the trees, bringing in a multitude of harvests, and partaking in the wheel of the year with her community. But not every branch grows the same way, and a newly betrothed Aubria finds that her heart and her longings for her future will take paths as winding as those leading through the sacred grounds of the orchard itself. The kingdom outside stands on a precipice, and the arrival of a Potioner carrying the weight of his convoluted past promises to make her change as no one born from orchard soil ever has before.” Genres: Fantasy, romance.


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