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Urban Fantasy Sale – Includes Unicorns!

Mysteries yesterday and a great looking list of Urban Fantasies today! Show Me the Magic – A plethora of urban fantasy — prices should be good May 15-19.

There are some very good looking books on this list! As usual, I’ve picked out a few that caught my eye.

Unicorn Magic

Yup, the unicorn got my attention! How can anyone resist!?! I need to go to Scotland to investigate!

In Feyland, not everything is as it seems…
Feyland: a new computer game that allows Scottish teenager Corinne MacArthur to escape the sadness haunting her everyday life after losing a loved one. It’s a game where legends come to life, the lines between reality and fantasy become blurred, and the impossible becomes – probable?

This next one looks like a good old fashioned urban fantasy with some kick-ass characters.

Marked by Hell

Los Angeles isn’t just a playground for those searching for a new start. It’s a darker and more dangerous place than they’ll ever know. But Mary’s not fooled.

With her hands full trying to play human while looking for a way back to heaven, Mary doesn’t have time to polish her halo let alone solve a murder case. But when she finds out demons are responsible, Mary just can’t help herself.

When Mary makes a mistake causing her best friend to be taken, she will have to make a choice: sacrifice an innocent for the chance to get her revenge or lose everything she has worked for. Mary starts to realize there is no clear path back to heaven without becoming tainted herself.

Did someone say kelpies? And this sounds like it could have some great cozy elements!

Kelpie Dreams

Meet Lady Macbeth–a high school librarian, ex-assassin, and part-time kelpie, whose mother wanted to name her Hemorrhoid at birth. Now she has to take on a Sea Hag–eight legs of Godzilla-ugly poured into a bucket full of meanness–with the help of a one-woman army named Rhonda, a 200-year-old Sea Captain, and a hunky lighthouse keeper who won’t admit that he’s dead as well.

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  1. I really enjoyed the blurb for Kelpie Dreams 🙂

    Comment by Margaret Lake — May 15, 2017 @ 3:42 pm

  2. Me too. I’m going to sample it. It could be a lot of fun. The reviews were a bit all over the map, but I happen to identify well with zany families…

    Comment by Maria — May 15, 2017 @ 3:43 pm

  3. It does sound interesting.

    Comment by April Vrugtman — May 15, 2017 @ 3:51 pm

  4. The sample is pretty convoluted. There’s a good story in there, I can tell, but Steve Vernon has a rambling style, a kind of “thinking out loud” prose. It’s good in that it distances you from the emotion somewhat (tempers it, if you will) but it can be distracting and slow down the story.

    Comment by Maria — May 15, 2017 @ 4:58 pm

  5. Maybe I’ll sample it, too. I’m about out of things to read.

    Comment by Margaret Lake — May 15, 2017 @ 5:36 pm

  6. Almost out of things to read??? I am not doing my job, then!

    Comment by Maria — May 15, 2017 @ 5:47 pm

  7. No, you’re doing your job too well. I’ve had to be strong to the point where I don’t dare buy one book because it will lead to another and then another, ad infinitem.

    But I know it’s futile to resist. Something will strike me that I know I have to have and the dam will burst.

    Comment by Margaret Lake — May 15, 2017 @ 6:34 pm

  8. I do my best. I have one that goes on sale…next week? that I think you’ll like!

    Comment by Maria — May 15, 2017 @ 6:35 pm

  9. They do look interesting. Thanks for letting me know

    Comment by Elisabeth — May 16, 2017 @ 7:29 am

  10. Sure thing, Elisabeth!

    Comment by Maria — May 16, 2017 @ 7:35 am

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