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(15 stories featuring vampires, werewolves, witches, psychic detectives, time travel romance and more!) Crush by Chrissy Peebles Rae of Hope by W.J. May Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles Seventh Mark by W.J. May Kindred by Erica Stevens Awakened by Brenda K. Davies Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer Blur by Kristen Middleton The Core by Kate Thomas Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Mi (15 stories featuring vampires, werewolves, witches, psychic detectives, time travel romance and more!) Crush by Chrissy Peebles Rae of Hope by W.J. May Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles Seventh Mark by W.J. May Kindred by Erica Stevens Awakened by Brenda K. Davies Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer Blur by Kristen Middleton The Core by Kate Thomas Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Middleton Captured by Erica Stevens Vampire in Denial by Dale Mayer Plus 3 BONUS books Ravenous by Erica Stevens The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles Zombie Games (Origins) by Kristen Middleton As a courtesy, the authors inform you there are some stories with cliffhangers. These are the first books or prequels to individual series. Some stories have been previously published. 15 thrilling stories in one volume These works of fiction are from some of today's most exciting authors. A star-studded anthology of thrilling, action-packed and totally swoon-worthy first books by your favorite young adult authors. We hope you enjoy these tales of dark fantasy, gothic tales, horror, fantasy adventure, science fiction, paranormal romance, and urban fantasy.


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(15 stories featuring vampires, werewolves, witches, psychic detectives, time travel romance and more!) Crush by Chrissy Peebles Rae of Hope by W.J. May Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles Seventh Mark by W.J. May Kindred by Erica Stevens Awakened by Brenda K. Davies Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer Blur by Kristen Middleton The Core by Kate Thomas Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Mi (15 stories featuring vampires, werewolves, witches, psychic detectives, time travel romance and more!) Crush by Chrissy Peebles Rae of Hope by W.J. May Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles Seventh Mark by W.J. May Kindred by Erica Stevens Awakened by Brenda K. Davies Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer Blur by Kristen Middleton The Core by Kate Thomas Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Middleton Captured by Erica Stevens Vampire in Denial by Dale Mayer Plus 3 BONUS books Ravenous by Erica Stevens The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles Zombie Games (Origins) by Kristen Middleton As a courtesy, the authors inform you there are some stories with cliffhangers. These are the first books or prequels to individual series. Some stories have been previously published. 15 thrilling stories in one volume These works of fiction are from some of today's most exciting authors. A star-studded anthology of thrilling, action-packed and totally swoon-worthy first books by your favorite young adult authors. We hope you enjoy these tales of dark fantasy, gothic tales, horror, fantasy adventure, science fiction, paranormal romance, and urban fantasy.

30 review for Tales of Dark Fantasy & Paranormal Romance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Allison Woods

    Young Adult These are basically tweener books, if it is your age range, good for you, if not the lack of background, developed characters, and plot holes you could drive a Buick through will be a turn off.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I will preface this review by stating that I am not a fan of YA, nor am I a fan of horror (unless you consider being unable to sleep for days good; I don't.) That being said, definitely read this anthology. Crush by Chrissy Peebles ONE star Rae of Hope by W.J. May FOUR star Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles ONE star Seventh Mark by W.J. May ONE star Kindred by Erica Stevens ONE star Awakened by Brenda K. Davies THREE star Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer FOUR star Blur by Kristen Middleton TWO star The Core b I will preface this review by stating that I am not a fan of YA, nor am I a fan of horror (unless you consider being unable to sleep for days good; I don't.) That being said, definitely read this anthology. Crush by Chrissy Peebles ONE star Rae of Hope by W.J. May FOUR star Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles ONE star Seventh Mark by W.J. May ONE star Kindred by Erica Stevens ONE star Awakened by Brenda K. Davies THREE star Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer FOUR star Blur by Kristen Middleton TWO star The Core by Kate Thomas THREE star Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Middleton ONE star Captured by Erica Stevens TWO star Vampire in Denial by Dale Mayer FOUR star Ravenous by Erica Stevens FOUR star The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles FOUR star Zombie Games (Origins) by Kristen Middleton FOUR star

  3. 5 out of 5

    Altheria Culpepper

    First books. These first books were intreging. These stories made you want to run to the book store to buy the sequels. I am not a fan of zombies yet i was still fascinated with the stories. They were all mine knowingly good. Can't wait to read the sequels.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vickie

    Tales of dark fantasy This book contained several books - all seemed to be the first book in a series. Several of them were very good storyline. It seemed to take me a while to read all of them

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christian Nikitas

    It's a nice mix of paranormal/fantasy stories such as vampires, alien invasions and zombies. Not all of the books were great, but it did contain some really good ones.

  6. 5 out of 5

    holly hawbecker

    Just couldn't really get into it. Forced myself to finish

  7. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    1 - Crush by Chrissy Peebles -No Stars This just didn't have a good story, or good characters, or good dialogue. 2 - Rae of Hope by W.J. May *1 Star (Previously Read) This had a better story but the characters were very shallow and the dialogue was ridiculous. 3 - Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles ***3 Stars I was really enjoying this and then Sarah inexplicable became too stupid to live...but thankfully the book ended with a cliffhanger at that point. 4 - Seventh Mark by W.J. May ***3 Stars (Previou 1 - Crush by Chrissy Peebles -No Stars This just didn't have a good story, or good characters, or good dialogue. 2 - Rae of Hope by W.J. May *1 Star (Previously Read) This had a better story but the characters were very shallow and the dialogue was ridiculous. 3 - Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles ***3 Stars I was really enjoying this and then Sarah inexplicable became too stupid to live...but thankfully the book ended with a cliffhanger at that point. 4 - Seventh Mark by W.J. May ***3 Stars (Previously Read) This was a quick read and didn't really have a cliff hanger so much as this is literally the first part of the story. I think I may continue this series. 5 - Kindred by Erica Stevens ***3 Stars (Previously Read) The story wasn't completely terrible but it was repetitive. Every time Cassie and Devon saw each other it seemed like it was the same scene over and over. Thought for some reason, I think I liked it better this time around. 6 - Awakened by Brenda K. Davies ***3 Stars I didn't particularly like Sera or Kathleen and I thought the ending was a little too quick, neat and tidy. But overall it was an ok story. 7 - Tuesday's Child by Dale Mayer ***3 Stars I liked the story, I liked the characters, the writing style was ok....but it just kinda dragged in the middle. 8 - Blur by Kristen Middleton **2 Stars (Previously Read) Ok this was like a cross between twilight and the lost boys....which in theory sounds pretty good, but this was just so rushed. Characters were hardly developed, there was so much insta-love my head was spinning and a lot of the dialogue was pretty juvenile considering all of the adult situations. 9 - The Core by Kate Thomas **2 Stars The first few chapters were very endearing but then everything from the characters to the writing just started to irk me and I couldn't wait for it to end. 10 - Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Middleton *1 Star (Previously Read) Fairly fascinating plot but choppy writing, rushed scenes, and extremely uninteresting characters. 11 - Captured by Erica Stevens ***3 Stars (Previously Read) I still really enjoyed it and I still had the same problem "when they finally accept their feelings and supposedly become closer than ever, their feelings are swayed drastically at the drop of a hat and I guess I just didn't buy it" 12 - Vampire in Denial by Dale Mayer ***3 Stars I liked Tessa's character overall, as a teenager who is kind of an outcast (especially in her own mind) she is pretty relatable. My biggest issue was with the second half of the book. I thought that things moved a little too quickly and it was kind of hard to follow where everyone was, who was with who. And I wish there was a more discernible bad guy. 13 - Ravenous by Erica Stevens ***3 Stars This was ok. It started of strong and then steadily lost steam. I thought there was a lot of repetition, especially inside Bethany's head. And besides a few attacks you didn't really get a feel for the aliens and what the heck is going on overall. 14 - The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles *1 Star I didn't finish this one but I gave it one star because I did enjoy the very beginning right as the outbreak was happening. But then it lost me. 15 - Origins (Zombie Games #1) No Stars (Previously Read) By the 3rd chapter every character who had been introduced was a complete stereotype and had no real personality to make them stand out. I don't even want to bother with this one.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cara

    3 stars is probably generous as I've given many less than favorable ratings. At least it was free. -Crush by Chrissy Peebles *1 star* YA book. Wasn't a fan. It had promising points, but just when things were finally looking up, the book was over. Taylor was naïve and Julie was annoying. I mean who spills their guts to a person she just met? Oh yeah, Taylor does. Then she gets a friend killed because of her ignorance. -Rae of Hope by W.J. May *3.5 stars* Interesting concept, though some of the charac 3 stars is probably generous as I've given many less than favorable ratings. At least it was free. -Crush by Chrissy Peebles *1 star* YA book. Wasn't a fan. It had promising points, but just when things were finally looking up, the book was over. Taylor was naïve and Julie was annoying. I mean who spills their guts to a person she just met? Oh yeah, Taylor does. Then she gets a friend killed because of her ignorance. -Rae of Hope by W.J. May *3.5 stars* Interesting concept, though some of the characters were a little flat. She was wayyyy to obsessed over Devon. He had a girlfriend. Get over it. -Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles *4.5 stars* By far the best one I've read. Great concept with an intriguing plot and setting, though the beginning definitely needs work. I almost quit reading before they found the Bigfoot. Frank was pushy and Sarah is whiny with a HUGE case of denial where Victor is concerned. Interested enough to want to know what happens next so I'll be buying two too. -Seventh Mark by W.J. May *0 stars* Wasn't interested at all. Gave up. -Kindred by Erica Stevens *2.5 stars* Just when things started to get interesting, the book ended. -Awakened by Brenda K. Davies *3.5 stars* Intriguing concept. A medium that lives through and experiences the deaths of others and helps police track down the victims and killer. -Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer *0 stars* Doesn't ring a bell at all so it must have sucked. -Blur by Kristen Middleton *2.5 stars* I'm not a fan of love triangles. Pick one guy or the other. Don't be 'drawn' to both. -The Core by Kate Thomas *0 stars* Had promise, but took too long to get anything going. The book ended just when it got interesting. -Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Middleton *0 stars* YA books really have to have substance and this one is definitely lacking. -Captured by Erica Stevens *4 stars* Tied for my favorite in this book. Clever story where humans are subjugated to vampires. Aria is part of the resistance and she and the vampire prince fall in love, but there's something special there, because he's able to see in her presence and he's been blind for the past century. -Vampire in Denial by Dale Mayer *0 stars* Blah -Ravenous by Erica Stevens *3 stars* Not one of my favorite by Erica Stevens, but I kept at it and it did improve thankfully. I'm curious enough to want to know what happens next that I'll buy book two. -The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles *0 stars* I've read better by Chrissy Peebles and this was easily the worst I've read. I gave up about half way through. -Zombie Games (Origins) by Kristen Middleton *0 stars* I was so over this combo book by the time I reached this one that I gave up on it, especially since it was also another zombie book and the previous zombie book was terrible.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    As with all eBook collections that I read, I held high expectations but sadly my expectations were not met in all of the eBooks in this collection. Not to say that there weren't any good points in any of these stories but most of the plot lines have been used time and time again. I mean one can read "new girl moves to a new town and discovers a deadly secret; and then falls in love with the guy associated with/or causing the secret" so many times before it gets old. And can we please address the As with all eBook collections that I read, I held high expectations but sadly my expectations were not met in all of the eBooks in this collection. Not to say that there weren't any good points in any of these stories but most of the plot lines have been used time and time again. I mean one can read "new girl moves to a new town and discovers a deadly secret; and then falls in love with the guy associated with/or causing the secret" so many times before it gets old. And can we please address the fact that none of the girls in these stories have any self-preservation that can be found? I mean do they have a death wish? They willingly go into a situation that they might not come out of or they willingly go with the one causing all of the trouble, knowing full well that this person could easily kill them. It just gets on my nerves that most of these stories have main female characters that are like this as well as main male characters who seem to be so perfect that they don't even need to be in the real world. These stories that are like this have no appeal to me anymore and I don't think I'll be getting anymore of these book collections. I mean true they are free on Amazon and true that they give you a bunch of stories to sample from but they are not entertaining to me at all nor do they hold my attention. Thus I find myself rushing through these books, just to get them over with because I don't like leaving a book unread.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    Crush (The Crush Saga, #1) by Chrissy Peebles- 2 stars When Taylor sparks moves with her family to California her meeting with the locals doesn't go as expected. Her new crush Jesse is hiding something from her. Really? One stupid mistake after another for the characters. The characters don't have much of an attention span, they jump from one thing to another. Taylor just acts dumb and has no common sense whatsoever. The characters were flat, there was no substance to them at all. I thought the wr Crush (The Crush Saga, #1) by Chrissy Peebles- 2 stars When Taylor sparks moves with her family to California her meeting with the locals doesn't go as expected. Her new crush Jesse is hiding something from her. Really? One stupid mistake after another for the characters. The characters don't have much of an attention span, they jump from one thing to another. Taylor just acts dumb and has no common sense whatsoever. The characters were flat, there was no substance to them at all. I thought the writing was sloppy and the story did not have as much action as I thought it would. Rae of Hope by W.J. May Eternal Vows by Chrissy Peebles Seventh Mark by W.J. May Kindred by Erica Stevens Awakened by Brenda K. Davies Tuesday’s Child by Dale Mayer Blur by Kristen Middleton The Core by Kate Thomas Enchanted Secrets by Kristen Middleton Captured by Erica Stevens - 5 stars What a book! I loved it from the moment it started. The tension building up and the ending was amazing Vampire in Denial by Dale Mayer Ravenous by Erica Stevens The Zombie Chronicles by Chrissy Peebles Zombie Games (Origins) by Kristen Middleton

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Nichols

    Good reading for a relaxing day Young city girl is moved to the safe, quiet (or maybe not) country. Love story with a lot of twists and turns along the way - do you believe in the paranormal?

  12. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Derrick

    15 Fabulous stories Excellent stories of the paranormal are compiled in this boxed set. There is something for everyone in this set ranging from witches, vampires, aliens, zombies, and so much more.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Jones

    Gifted copy for honest review. I really enjoyed reading these stories. I liked the variety of the stories and characters. It was a good change of pace from what I normally read. I would recommend this one.

  14. 5 out of 5

    AnonYMous

    I like it... make me want to again.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Minia

    This nbook is worth it Omfg omg omfg amazing This book is the best multiple story book I ever have read in my life seriously

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cordova Patterson

    Enjoyed Great stories. I appreciate a good read and I couldn't stop reading these books and their corresponding books as well.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pauline Porter

  18. 5 out of 5

    Paula

  19. 4 out of 5

    Deb Brickner

  20. 4 out of 5

    Julie leese

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Johnson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Erika Palumbo

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jumana Attarwala

  24. 5 out of 5

    Channa

  25. 4 out of 5

    Angie Gregory

  26. 5 out of 5

    keith minor

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kamal Gautam

  28. 4 out of 5

    Thomas honeyfeild

  29. 4 out of 5

    maullick bapna

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anushka Dalvi

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