Two wonderful authors have new books either HERE and NOW or coming soon to a cyber-venue near you. 

First of all, there’s Crystal Collier’s upcoming MOONLESS.  Here’s the cover reveal:
It’s Jane Eyre meets Supernatural.  I read part of this story some time ago, before an editor even saw it, and it was really good back then.  Now, with edits, it’s probably stellar, so watch for it.  MOONLESS will be available starting November 13th.  And here’s a bit of a tease: 

Alexia must choose safety and an arranged marriage, or true love and being hunted by the Soulless every moonless night.

Alexia’s nightmares become reality: a dead baron, red-eyed wraiths, and forbidden love with a man hunted by these creatures. After an attack close to home, Alexia realizes she cannot keep one foot in her old life and one in this new world. To protect her family she must either be sold into a loveless marriage, or escape with her beloved and risk becoming one of the Soulless.

For further teasing (see, doesn't she look like a tease):
visit Crystal here:  
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And Mary Waibel – Yes, THE Mary Waibel – has her second book CHARMED MEMORIES on sale.  If you fancy fractured fairy tales . . . well, not fractured really.  It’s more of a twisted tale.  NO, not that kind of twisted . . . it’s bent out of it’s traditional shape  . . .  Oh, hell, just read it.  It’s good. 

Here’s some teasing from Mary: 

A prince vows to prove the girl he loves is his missing princess by recovering her lost memories.

Prince Trevor has always placed duty to his kingdom above the desires of his own heart. But when his betrothed is lost at sea, he finds himself torn between honor and love.

After four years of searching for the missing princess, he begins to secretly long for Lady Bri, the Woodland Guide he works with each day. But the law says he must marry a princess, and Bri is barely a noble.

When Trevor learns that Bri shipwrecked at the same time and place as the princess, he begins to believe he has finally found his bride-to-be. But his happiness is short lived. Bri has no memory of her past, and the princess wasn't the only girl who disappeared from the ship.

Desperate to prove Bri is his princess, Trevor unwittingly places the two of them in grave danger. Buried in Bri's memories are deadly secrets someone wants kept from the light of day, and learning who she is may cost more than either is willing to pay. 

And if you would like to be teased further by Mary, go here:  
See what I mean?  Most excellent story-tellers with most excellent stories.  So, hurry up and read!