The Rift – by Sue Dawe: General Sandozon, former Supreme Commander of His Emperor’s Combined Imperial Armies, suffers through a long, wretched night in his freezing prison cell, contemplating his life and his impending doom. His execution will come at dawn, a punishment decreed for traitors, death by the terrifying Rift.
The Race – by Danny Atwood: No risk, no reward. On an 80-mile sailing race, testing boundaries becomes life-or-death for Martin Bishop.
A Promising Day – by SJ Ruff: Testifying at a trial is always daunting, but what happens when your safety depends on hiding the truth?
Life After Death – by Sue Dawe: Having survived the Gift from the God of Death, Sandozon is alive, but alone in an alien world, and broken in body and spirit. It will take more than time for him to heal and find the courage to live… and love… once again.
Illusions Yield – by Jefferson P. Swycaffer: Truth is strong, and illusion is weak, but there are times when illusion has a power of its own.
You See Me – by Stephanie Golightly: Sometimes being truly seen can be both a blessing and a curse. Especially for Aryk and Ryssa, who are mired in secrets that affect life and death.
Cross Investigations – by Danny Atwood: A body goes missing from a crime scene while first responders are still there. “Psychic” Detective, Marisha Cross is hired to figure out what happened, and she discovers so much more than she ever expected.
Hospitality – by SJ Ruff: An uninvited guest drops in on San Diego’s most unusual residents.
Sacrifice – by Sue Dawe: To the Grysaille, keeping the secret is the most important rule that supersedes all others. Breaking that rule exacts a harsh punishment, and threatening to do so in a prominent and public forum forces the Grysaille Council to impose extreme measures. When the Council calls upon Sandozon to execute their decision, it endangers the fragile peace he has forged for himself and his human mate.
Stolen ID – by Danny Atwood: Ashlyn Reynard wakes up from a coma in a strange house surrounded by people she doesn’t know. Since the night she was attacked on her way home from work, everything in her life has changed forever.
Parson’s Trap, Devil’s Contract – by Stephanie Golightly: High school reunions have a way of showing both how much and how little has changed in the interim. For Kristen London and Legend Travis, this particular reunion marks 10 years since their relationship combusted, in a way only a relationship with a demon hunter can.
The Quality of Larceny – by Jefferson P. Swycaffer: A pair of doughty ne’er-do-wells cross Europe from Prussia to Spain, in hopes of making their (illicit) fortune. Riddle: when is a supernatural advantage not an advantage at all?
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays -by Sue Dawe: At first, Chase Emory thought the charming maid’s quarters she rented for a low price in a lovely old home in Kensington was a real steal. But sometimes, old homes can come with older threats, and this bargain rental came with more than what she signed for in the agreement. Now she is wondering who is stealing from whom.
Take Backs – by Danny Atwood: The King and Queen of Fairy are always fighting. Satyr and master thief, Ruup, knows better than to get involved with either of them. Their battles are toxic. If only there were a way to double-cross both of them, that might be worth it.
In Formation – by Jefferson P. Swycaffer: Falselips Fergus is an information broker and rumor engineer. Sometimes, you really can know more than is good for you.
Lord Larrin’s Trophy – by Susan Ruff: Lario Grenden had a simple job — keep the trade delegation’s valuables safe during their visit. But any hope of simplicity shattered with the appearance of a mysterious lady and the disappearance of a big fish.
Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend– by Stephanie Golightly: Mia Moore considered Zain Aziz her best friend, mostly because he’d made it clear that friends was all they could be. At least until he handed her a monstrous diamond.
Stealing Time – by Danny Atwood: Zoe’s boyfriend Marcus keeps dying. If her little sister didn’t have the power to send people back in time an hour or two to try again, this would be a tragic day. Since she does, it’s been several tragic days. Her sister’s power doesn’t give unlimited do-overs, though, and time is running out to find the way to get through the day with Marcus alive.
Lord Larrin’s Daughter – by Susan Ruff : A group of medieval bandits get a bit more than they expected when they kidnap Lord Larrin’s Daughter
The Emeralds of Adversity – by Jefferson P. Swycaffer: You never know for sure where you are going to find your next monster.
Taken – by Danny Atwood: Peter Cooper used to think of consequences as things that happened to other people. Now all his past mistakes and sins have caught up with him and thrown him into the trunk of his own car. He is forced to confront what he is and what he’s done with who he wants to be.
Tongue-tied: When my super-ego kidnapped my voice and took it hostage – by Stephanie Golightly: Rhonda Berkowitz couldn’t have imagined how atrocious her day could really get until her worst critic got involved and stooped to kidnapping.
Factory Farm – by Sue Dawe: Charlie Cavarotti was a bright thirteen-year-old girl living an ordinary life on her family’s small dairy until she was abducted. Imprisoned alone in a small cell, her only tie to sanity is a lone voice in the utter darkness.
Caught in Time – by Danny Atwood: Zoey Parker was distracted from the simple task of picking up her little sister Megan by her new boyfriend, Marcus. Breaking into a top-secret government bunker full of ninjas was not part of the plan. Now, instead of making out with Marcus, Zoey’s on a rescue mission. Can she get Megan home in time to watch her favorite cartoon?
The Faerie Parallax – by Jefferson P. Swycaffer: A wise man once said that a sufficiently gilded cage is indistinguishable from freedom. This story’s protagonist might not agree.