Amelia Lockheart can’t walk, but she can fly. As the armored superhero—Arsenal, she has the power of a small army at her disposal. Fourteen years ago her parents disappeared after a horrific wreck which left her wheelchair bound. With thieves salivating to steal her armor, and supervillains trying to kill her, Amelia must learn to trust her new team if she wants to survive long enough to learn the truth.
Two mighty galactic Empires, The Radiance Union and The Hashmedai Empire throw Earth into a tug of war conflict. The Radiance Union wishes to experiment and conduct tests amongst the Human population, while the Hashmedai Empire wishes to subjugate humanity.
US Marine Chloe Vaughan was about to enjoy some much needed leave time with her friends and family in New York City. On one fateful afternoon, she receives a phone call that will change her life forever.
Canadian Army soldier turned drifter, Jake “Jazz” Johnson has one mission, turn his life around, start anew. All of that changes when an assassin duo from another world steps out of the shadows, tossing his life into chaos and fight for survival. A mysterious woman he met in Los Vegas holds the answers.
The human race is about to enter a historic moment in their evolution… Provided they can survive the trials which lay ahead. Only Chloe and Jazz and their ragtag group of acquaintances can lead humanity to victory – Too bad Chloe and Jazz don’t work well together.
Toric’s Dagger is just another religious relic, until it’s stolen. Belwynn and her twin brother, Soren, volunteer to lead a team tasked with its retrieval. Drawn into a world of danger and treachery, they must rely on Soren’s magical abilities, and on the telepathic bond they share.
Now, as kingdoms and empires start to fall, the twins confront the dark forces that threaten them. They must not let the Dagger fall into the wrong hands. But when mercenaries, zealots and sorcerers are all hunting for the same weapon, who should they trust?
Wise-cracking, corporate bounty hunter Malcolm Graves has a knack for finding trouble. After twenty years working for Pervenio Corp chasing bounties and extinguishing rebellions throughout the solar system, he is on a routine pickup job hunting a wealthy offworlder heir who ran away from home. But when a mad scientist gets his hands on the boy, Malcolm finds himself caught up in a twisted plot to develop working androids.
In this prequel novella to Rhett C. Bruno’s Titanborn Series, join Malcolm on a mission gone awry.
Benjamin Scaffe is a fixer. Despite his many underground connections, he’s managed to stay at arm’s length from the actual dirty work. But after a request from crime lord Henry Deane, Scaffe reluctantly agrees to smuggle a body double, Anissa, into the city of New Nargon for an illegal operation.
Scaffe discovers that Dean’s rival, the Brick, has placed a price on Anissa’s head. With most of his usual contacts out of play, Scaffe enlists the help of Psychic Claire, an AI with some prescient powers. Together, they attempt to sidestep the traps of all those trying to claim the Brick’s payout. Anissa, whose health is deteriorating, also needs to be kept alive until they can reach Dr. Mendez.
A robot, Bert, has developed a particular interest in Anissa and tags along for the journey. And by this time, even Scaffe has more than a few suspicions about the real reason everyone seems so interested in the body double.
Homicide detective Callie Saunders knows that death isn’t all pearly gates and angels. After being hit by a bus, she finds that it’s the ancient gods and goddesses of Greek mythology who are in charge of everything.
So when Hades offers her a deal, she accepts. If she wants to be brought back to life, she’ll have to figure out who is trying to kill his son. But if she fails, both her soul and the world will be destroyed.
With the odds mounting against her, it’ll take everything she has within her to wake up from death. But the rules are constantly changing. And someone wants her to stay dead.
Growing up in the longest period of peace in Lionessa, Princess Sybelle never imagined that she’d one day have to fight to keep her kingdom. When her father dies, everything in Sybelle’s life changes. The once-peaceful kingdom is marked by war, her inexperience is mocked, and her sickly brother is used as a pawn in a political game that threatens to take what is rightfully hers.
When King Nero calls for her to marry his son, Sybelle knows what she must do to maintain control, but doing so will unleash a wickedness within her that could potentially prolong the war or possibly cause her to lose her kingdom.
Can the newly-crowned Queen succeed with so many obstacles in front of her?
Princess Ilara’s alive. Tanus can feel it in his gut. And he’ll stop at nothing to get her back.
Even if every nefarious character on O is out to stop him and he has no idea what planet she’s on. Even if the only way to find out is through a mind merge with the king.
Tanus can’t hold onto his secrets in a mind merge, and the king’s killed men for less than what he’s done. Tanus is forbidden from loving Ilara. He’s especially not allowed to love her hot and heavily into the night.
But Tanus doesn’t follow rules. He breaks them. Besides, fellow soldier Dolpheus has his back. Together they’ll take on the tyrants of O, return stability to the monarchy, figure out what planet Ilara’s on and how the hell to bring her home, and somehow survive the process. What could possibly go wrong?
Then, the Disruption triggered.
Marcus, Ali, and Vic (Ali’s best friend) would have never imagined the sunny summer afternoon on campus would turn into the fight for their lives.
Now the world is split into two parts: before and after the Disruption.
The new world is akin to a war zone. But a war zone with no clear sides. Allies and foes might be one in the same as everyone attempts to survive.
Marcus’s quest to return home to New York City with Ali and Vic before the new disrupted world chips away at their humanity. They attempt to make it across 3,000 miles of terrain that is covered with mutants, enemies and otherworldly threats.
Lines of communication are disabled. The home they strive to return to may not exist anymore.
In a world surrounded by danger and violence, the only constant are the Scattered Screams.
After solar flares decimated Earth’s population, the alien corporation gave humans a recipe for immortality and hope for the next generation. Cloning and the technology to transport consciousness from one body to another saved the human race from extinction. But the value of human life plummeted.
In an age when animal conservation no longer exists, Selene smuggles animals to safety. While fleeing Dominion drones during a mission gone wrong, Selene suffers a debilitating head injury. The pain unlocks memories from twenty lost years: stark labs and human experiments. These nightmares could hold the key to why natural-born human children are disappearing. But worse—they reveal a sinister plot centuries in the making.
Can Selene decipher her dreams in time to avoid enslavement to the aliens? Or will she witness the end of the human race?