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With over one million words of magical fiction from the urban fantasy and paranormal romance genres, this omnibus will provide over one hundred hours of reading, including some BRAND NEW material!
The sparks fly off these fantasy and action-driven pages, carrying you away into parts of the world you’ve only ever dreamed of!
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UNLEASHED, by DEBBIE CASSIDY
The only one left of his kind, or so he believes, Ryder has many sins to atone for. Hiding out in Rubble Town, away from prying eyes, he lives a quiet life until a child called Midge coaxes him out of his self-imposed shell. Midge he can handle, but when her older sister storms into his life, his carefully ordered existence is thrown completely off kilter.
Star has it all figured out. Work with the rebel group, steal settler secrets and keep her family fed and free of the invaders’ regime. But one fight in the Under, one chance encounter with a man called Ryder, and the memories she’s been trying to run from for years come bubbling to the surface. The only solution is to face the catalyst head on.
Now Star will test Ryder’s self control to the limit as he fights their undeniable attraction. Forced to work together for a common goal, Ryder and Star must strive to accept the past and tame the fury.
Enjoy this excerpt…
The entrance to the Under was an arch that led into a hive of tunnels. Back in the day, it had been called the Underground; trains had run here. She remembered travelling into the city on one of the trains to go to the museum with her dad. She’d been so excited that day, and the buzz and hum of the city had stayed in her head for hours after she’d come home and lain her head on her pillow.
The Under was still buzzing, but with a different kind of thrill now; the thrill of sex, the smell of blood and gasoline, and the heat and odour of hundreds of bodies.
This was the place to blow off steam in more ways than one, but despite her year as an Insider, she’d never been here. Selene and Jules, the other two women her age who worked for the group, had been sent here on more than one occasion on some job or other, but never Star. She’d thrown a paddy about that on several occasions only to be shot down by Garret, her boss. Scoping it out now she was glad she’d been overlooked; the place was a shithole with disco lights. She could feel eyes on her, greedy, hungry, inquisitive, and she lifted her chin and acted as if she belonged.
Her dark hair was pulled back tight and secured in a French braid that accentuated her harsh cheek bones and slanted grey eyes. Her skin was clean and dusky, lips naturally rouged. She knew she looked hot, but down here looking hot could get you in trouble, so she’d made sure to dress tough; combat boots and trousers, a vest, and fingerless biker gloves to protect her knuckles and hide her deformity—a scar obtained during one of her most terrifying moments. Whenever she got scared all she had to do was close her eyes and summon that moment and then compare.
Yeah, nothing compared.
So she looked the part, but she had no idea if she would leave the Under looking kick-ass, in fact she was pretty sure she’d be carried out on a stretcher, but at least she’d have the money for Midge’s meds.
She strode down the old railway lines, dodging bodies until she came to the platform with the neon fist flashing above it. The ramp was blocked so she skirted the crowd and hoisted herself up the side using her powerful arm muscles. Working out sucked, but she did it every day, and it paid… It should pay, she hoped.
The platform was rammed, bets were being exchanged and the air was filled with a coppery scent. People shoved and cursed, trying to get closer to the main event.
She could see the arena; a section of railway lit up and cordoned off. If you hit the ground you risked smashing your skull open on the tracks.
Going down was not an option.
About the author…
Debbie Cassidy lives in Bedfordshire, England, with her three kids and very supportive husband. Coffee and chocolate biscuits are her writing fuels of choice, and she is still working on getting that perfect tower of solitude built in her back garden. Debbie has been writing under the pen name Amos Cassidy for the past eight years with her best friend Richard Amos, and the first book in her debut solo series, Forest of Demons, was published in May 2016 by Kindle Press. Debbie has since gone on to publish the second book in the series and is currently working on her next solo venture.
You can connect with Debbie at https://debbiecassidyauthor.com/