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    Fantasy Books to Read This Fall

    22 Oct 2021

    Fantasy Books to Read This Fall | October 2021

    Don’t miss out on these must-read fantasy books this Fall! We’re sure you’ll enjoy these new fantasy releases by Jennifer Estep, Shari L. Tapscott, Jake Andrews, Joanna White, Jacque Stevens, Julie L. Kramer, and JC Andrijeski. Enjoy your new fantasy books!

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    Capture the Crown

    by Jennifer Estep

    Release Date: July 6, 2021

    Bestselling author Jennifer Estep returns to her Crown of Shards world with an all-new trilogy and a bold new heroine who protects her kingdom from magic, murder, and mayhem by moonlighting as a spy…Gemma Ripley has a reputation for being a pampered princess who is more interested in pretty gowns, sparkling jewelry, and other frivolous things than learning how to rule the kingdom of Andvari. But her carefully crafted persona is just an act to hide the fact that Gemma is a powerful mind magier—and a spy. Gemma is undercover, trying to figure out who is stealing large amounts of tearstone from one of the Ripley royal mines when she encounters Prince Leonidas Morricone of Morta—her mortal enemy. Gemma tries to steer clear of the handsome prince, but when she finds herself behind enemy lines, she reluctantly joins forces with Leo.

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    Forged in Cursed Flames (Crown and Crest Book 2)

    by Shari L. Tapscott & Jake Andrews

    Release Date: October 20, 2021

    The second book in Crown and Crest, a connected fantasy romance series full of humor, adventure, and a good helping of epic action…Lady Clover’s life suddenly takes a turn for the worse when she’s framed for necromancy by Princess Camellia. She and the princess both know she’s not a dark magic user, but little good that does Clover when Camellia disappears. The kingdom is in turmoil over the abduction of their beloved princess, and Clover is determined to find her way into the rescue party—even if Henrik, the most handsome commander in all Caldenbauer and the man of her reoccurring dreams, is in charge. He suspects Clover’s guilty. Clover thinks she should have pushed him into the troll pit when she had the chance. Once again, they’re at odds, but they have no choice but to play nice if they want to find Camellia—especially when they discover their mission will take them into the heart of Ferradelle, the High Vale elves’ territory. They’re going to need a guide. Thankfully, they know an elf who just might help them, for a price.

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    Unbroken Spirits (The Mystics Book 9)

    by Joanna White

    Release Date: October 20, 2021

    Book 9 of The Mystics by Joanna White…Life for Keisuke and Emelina has never been easy. They’ve endured a lot, but it would be worth it in the end for peace and a home to raise their family. But peace is harder to achieve than it looks when so many people out there crave power. The Origin Warlock included. The time for him to strike has come, but he isn’t just a Warlock anymore. He is the ultimate Mystic—a being with the powers of all Mystics in his body. And no one can stand in his way. When their united army goes to face him, hundreds die. The devastation left in his wake leaves them with broken spirits that can’t be mended. Or can they? How do you fight a being with all the powers for himself, one that can fight and kill hundreds of Mystics at once? Years of battles and secrets, blood and pain, come down to this final war, one that will push them to their limits and past their breaking points. Straight into a desperate last hope that will either save the world or destroy it.

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    Marian’s Man: A Tale of Sherwood Forest (HighTower Robin Hood Book 2)

    by Jacque Stevens

    Release Date: October 21, 2021

    If you like inspirational heroines, unique love stories, and non-stop twists and turns, this action-packed fantasy retelling is for you…After playing Robin Hood for months, Marian is starting to wonder how well she knows Robin of Locksley. Her husband could just be depressed, returning from a war that should have claimed his life. He could just be adjusting to their new life in the forest. Marian wants to be patient, but after surrendering Locksley to the sheriff and his men, the villages need Robin Hood more than ever. When a fight for a king’s ransom costs much more than gold, everything boils to the surface. How can Marian continue to take the name or even stay married to a man she now despises? And who will wear the hood in the end?

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    Reporting to the Red Duchess

    by Julie L. Kramer

    Release Date: October 21, 2021

    A new fantasy by USA Today Bestselling Author Julie L. Kramer…Great spies think alike… …but can they work together? Will can move things with her mind. Which makes her job as a spy a little easier, at least most days. Unless she’s stuck with Seeley, another gifted spy and a big pain in her asset. The arrogant, charming Seeley isn’t exactly the partner she wanted. He can see through others’ eyes, an invasion Will would never welcome. And he’s determined to take the lead. On her case. Not on her watch. The two hardly get along on a good day when they’re just passing in the office, but when they’re sent on a delicate mission by one of the most infamous spies in history, the Red Duchess, they must learn to work together or die alone. Someone has betrayed them. And their only hope lies in each other…

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    Lord of Light (Light & Shadow Book 4)

    by JC Andrijeski

    Release Date: October 20, 2021

    The fourth and final installment of the Light & Shadow series by JC Andrijeski…Alexis lost all her powers when she closed the last portal. Her lover, her partner, nearly died, stabbed and shot by the remaining members of his family. Now they’ve returned to Los Angeles, knowing only that they are running out of time. She saved her friends, saved her world from the dark beings known as The Others… only to find out they have been here all along, that they never left, and now their dark magicks are fighting a final battle for the soul of her world. Everyone believes only Alexis can save them. To do so, she must conquer her own demons, her own weaknesses, her own fears, and relearn the true meaning of what it means to be a Lightbringer.

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