The year is 2099, SF. The planet is Ecliptic Earth. The population is approximately two and a half billion, a combination of Humanoids, Androids, and Soligrams. The problem is an egocentric and overriding Oligarchy, a dimwitted Dictatorship, and a damaged Democracy, locked in a fierce and blatantly personal fight to stay afloat in a tumultuous, combative, broken civilization. Welcome to Ecliptic Earth. The Glyph Saga: Book Two, Mad at Truth, is the second installment of this series. The war torn region of Maurasia is at the center of this story. After Randu, Rachale, Que, and Gina made their Great Escape from Panga Uno Animo, they find themselves lost and clueless about life outside the silvery Gates. With the cruel onslaught of a natural winter imminent, they shed their royal guises and hide in a salvage yard on the Old New Engle coast. They manage to make many allies, such as Donny, the jovial Soligram owner of the salvage yard, and Jacob, a half-Android Maurasian war hero. They also meet a powerful little Homo radians girl named Viky, and it seems that the PUA would love to get their hands on her. In the meantime, the PUA replaces their absconders, by recruiting outside the NQLC. The PUA also has yet another Lifeform Warfare scheme, attempting to gain the trust of Guandaland or Maurasia, so they can double-team the remaining region.
They're finally together. But the Universe seems intent on tearing them apart… Rory Clarke might not be Lucah Blythe's boss anymore, but that doesn't mean they can sneak off to the boardroom for hot sex whenever they want. Keeping their hands off each other in the workplace is harder than they could have imagined, and that's not the only obstacle they have to deal with. Between Lucah's troublesome brother Ryder, and Rory's bff Sloane's inability to understand locked doors, they're drowning in drama. But it's only about to get a lot worse when a blast from Lucah's past surfaces, and chaos at Clarke Enterprises threatens to take away everything Rory has worked so hard for. Can the couple weather the storm and surrender to each other, or will the challenges of staying together destroy their relationship for good? Other books by Chelsea M. Cameron: Nocturnal (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book One) Nightmare (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book Two) Neither (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book Three) Neverend (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book Four) Whisper New Adult Contemporary Romance: My Favorite Mistake My Sweetest Escape (January 28, 2014) Deeper We Fall (Fall and Rise, Book One) Faster We Burn (Fall and Rise, Book Two) Christmas Catch: A Holiday Novella Adult Contemporary Romance: Sweet Surrendering Dark Surrendering (Summer 2014) About the Author: Chelsea M. Cameron is a YA/NA New York Times/USA Today Best Selling author from Maine. Lover of things random and ridiculous, Jane Austen/Charlotte and Emily Bronte Fangirl, red velvet cake enthusiast, obsessive tea drinker, vegetarian, former cheerleader and world's worst video gamer. When not writing, she enjoys watching infomercials, singing in the car and tweeting (this one time, she was tweeted by Neil Gaiman). She has a degree in journalism from the University of Maine, Orono that she promptly abandoned to write about the people in her own head. More often than not, these people turn out to be just as weird as she is. www.chelseamcameron.com
**Get Elsker, Book #1 in The Elsker Saga, FREE!** Endre - The Elsker Saga, Book #2 An Upper Young Adult Paranormal Romance, featured in USA Today Sometimes, finding your destiny means doing the exact opposite of what The Fates have planned. Winning the heart of an immortal assassin was a dream come true for Kristia Tostenson. Now she's caught in a whirlwind of wedding plans, goddess lessons, and stolen kisses with her fiancé. But her decision to become immortal could end in heartbreak--not only for Kristia, but also for the god who loves her. While Ull would do anything to protect his bride, even the God of Winter is powerless against the Norse apocalypse. Ragnarok is coming. And the gods aren't even close to ready.
Using the strength of a relationship she had never thought possible, Victoria tries to come to terms with her cursed existence as an Ani'mari. But finding balance between what's normal and what's not proves difficult when you are surrounded by death. The Ephemeral Scroll has been taken, and with it, the Neco'mortis have vanished from Hazel Grove. Tori's Mentor prepares for the worst as he urges her to set aside her old life and embrace her destiny. As she struggles to hold on to the remnants of her humanity, she begins to unravel a history that she never wanted to know—a darkness she wished never existed. MORE BY K.A. POE Twin Souls (Nevermore, Book 1) Hybrid (Nevermore, Book 2) Sacrifice (Nevermore, Book 3) Destiny (Nevermore, Book 4) Kismet (Forevermore, Book 1) Catalyst (Forevermore, Book 2) Solstice (Forevermore, Book 3) Eventide (Forevermore, Book 4) Coalesce (Forevermore, Book 5) Schism (Forevermore, Book 6) Fracture (Forevermore, Book 7) Eclipse (Forevermore, Book 8) Genesis (Eventide, Book 1) Synergy (Eventide, Book 2) Anathema (Eventide, Book 3) Restore (A Forevermore Novella) Closure (A Forevermore Novella) Salem (A Nevermore Novella) Ephemeral (Ani'mari, Book 1) Evanescent (Ani'mari, Book 2) Darius - Episode One (Through the Rift) The King's Hourglass (Avarial Trilogy, Book 1)
If you loved Gladiator and Spartacus, you'll love the second book in the DEATH OF ROME SAGA. 610 AD. Invaded by Persians and barbarians, the Byzantine Empire is tearing itself apart in civil war. Phocas, the maniacally bloodthirsty Emperor, holds Constantinople by a reign of terror. The uninvaded provinces are turning one at a time to the usurper, Heraclius. Just as the battle for the Empire approaches its climax, Aelric of England turns up in Constantinople. Blackmailed by the Papacy to leave off his career of lechery and market-rigging in Rome, he thinks his job is to gather texts for a semi-comprehensible dispute over the Nature of Christ. Only gradually does he realise he is a pawn in a much larger game.
From the cold, misty shores of Britain, which the Emperor Claudius had invaded, Atilus Cindras was taken as a boy slave to work and fight for the greater glory of the Roman Empire. Eventually, he was sent to a gladiator school, and there trained to fight--and perhaps die--in the arena. But Atilus survives the years of decadent slaughter, and gradually gains power and riches as he navigates through the steamy politics of ancient Rome under the Emperor Nero. But Nero is a spoiled, selfish ruler who is forever seeking the favor of the Roman masses. And when he decides to appease the people's lust for something new and original in the ring, he picks Atilus to train the first troupe of female gladiators. Little does Atilus know, however, that he's being played, both by the Emperor and by his cronies--just a little joke: a second troupe of female fighters to be pitted against the twenty women that Atilus is managing. And if Atilus loses, he'll be made a slave once more! The second novel in the Atilus Saga features more rousing action and political intrigue by a master storyteller!
Way out in the Atlantic, a gigantic ridge of land has arisen from the ocean floor, causing America and Europe to be hit with massive tidal waves. But this is only the prelude to an even more unprecedented event: an invasion of both continents by hordes of prehistoric monsters! Then reports come in of a gigantic domed city resting on the newly risen plateau, whilst out in space a spacecraft of unknown design is spotted orbiting the Earth. Are these occurrences connected? That's the mystery and challenge facing Violet Ray Brant, The Golden Amazon and self-appointed Governess of Earth. But even this superwoman will struggle to unravel the maze of mystery that's the deadly legacy of ancient Atlantis! The thrilling second volume in the Golden Amazon Saga.
"The sweeping tale of one young family fighting to find their place in the universe. When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old world"--P.  of cover (v. 1).