Pandora’s Box Set

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Title: Pandora Box Set

Author: Angela Fristoe, Apryl Baker, Carole Lanham, Christi Goddard, Conner Kressley, DelSheree Gladden, Heather Kenealy, Kelley Anne Blount, Laura Howard, Louise Caiola, Noree Cosper, Peter Dawes, Rachel Walter, Rainy Kaye, Rebecca Hamilton, Riley J Ford, Samantha LaFantasie, Steven Katriel, Susan Stec, Thomas Sullivan


Genre: Paranormal // Urban Fantasy // Horror

Publish Date: August 5, 2014

Publisher: Indie Published

Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.

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~ Book Synopsis ~


PANDORA, a best-selling box set of wicked paranormal reads, is brought to you by twenty exciting, best-selling, and award-winning authors!

Ready for a touch of magic?

Whether you love paranormal in the form of romance, suspense, mystery, horror, or fantasy, this box set will have something to entice your preternatural sensibilities. Supernaturally thrilling and engaging, this box set has it all: ghosts, vampires, mind-readers, shape-shifters, demons, faeries, werewolves, and more.

For a limited time, you can enjoy books from today’s New York Times, USA Today, Amazon and Barnes & Noble bestselling authors and many more. We have everything from titles that are slated for the big screen to stories from Pulitzer Prize and Bram Stoker Award Nominees! When purchased separately, these books cost over $50! But they are your’s today for less than $1.

Professionally formatted, no cliffhangers, and no short stories. Every selection in this rare, limited edition paranormal box set are full-length novels and novellas! A few are “First in Series,” but we carefully selected only those which can still be enjoyed as a standalone!

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Riley J Ford, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author


What if you could know exactly what your friends are thinking? High school student Winter Reynolds can, but there’s a catch…

She can only read people’s thoughts when she’s kissing them.


Rebecca Hamilton, Amazon Best-Selling and Film-Optioned Novelist


Ophelia’s initiation into the supernatural council won’t be complete until she kills the man she loves.


Apryl Baker, Amazon Best-Selling and Film-Optioned Novelist


Snap…crackle…pop. The sounds of bones breaking and shifting and of muscles tearing haunt Alexandria Reed.

Aided by her new friends, who have some dark secrets themselves, can she and Jason survive long enough to figure out the secret behind the secret?


Carole Lanham, Amazon Best-Selling Author and Bram Stoker Award Nominee


“There are monsters in this world, I’ve learned, and sometimes I have fallen victim to them and sometimes I have been one.”

A story of Welsh witchcraft, love, and murder.


Thomas Sullivan, Pulitzer Prize Nominee


A global quest by a cynical adventurer searching for links in a colossal subterranean network he has stumbled upon lead him from the ancient fortress at Cuzco, Peru, to the Pyramids of Giza to a dangerous churchyard in Connemara, Ireland, where he falls in love with a woman of more than mortal roots and encounters the strange magic of a small village.


Rainy Kaye, Amazon Best-Selling Author


A dark twist on genie folklore, SUMMONED follows a reluctant criminal as he unravels the mystery of the paranormal bond controlling him.


Laura Howard, Amazon Best-Selling Author


Truths have a way of revealing themselves. Secrets will eventually surface. And Allison must learn to set aside her plan and work with her father if there is even a small chance it could restore her mother’s sanity.


Noree Cosper, B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree


Demons, werewolves, possessed bikers, madness spreading like a virus, and a revenge that has waited for over five-hundred years.

What more could Gabby look for in a vacation spot?


Louise Caiola, Amazon Best-Selling Author


She was born with the Magical Knowing – a gift, some said. A curse, said others.

But for Truly, it was the very thing meant to save her life. If it didn’t kill her first.


Kelley Anne Blount, Amazon Best-Selling Author


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Susan Stec, Amazon Best-Selling Author


Toni’s grandmother is a psychopath. Her sister is a ghost. Her boyfriend is possessed. And she has no idea who she is.


Christi Goddard, Amazon Best-Selling Author


When a smart-ass magical creature invades Kathleen’s life, a boy she hates turns up dead and her mother goes missing.


Steven Katriel, Amazon Best-Selling Author


When Gabriel Holland’s beloved Helena vanishes from his life, he journeys to the home of disgraced artist Cristian Salazar, the man he holds responsible for her disappearance and the death of several friends.


Heather Kenealy, winner of MTV’s “Stan Lee presents the Seekers” contest and Cinescape’s Short Story Contest


Betrayal comes with a price. For these betrayers, it also comes with an opportunity.


Peter Dawes, Blogger Book Fair Reader’s Choice Award winner


It all started with a murder, but what laid in wait would turn a man into a monster.


DelSheree Gladden, Amazon Best-Selling Author


Being invisible won’t hide Mason for long.



Made to Forget

Angela Fristoe


As a Truth Teller, Phoebe knows a lie when she hears it.

Knowing what to do when her best friend lies is the problem, because in lies, intention is everything.


Conner Kressley


Cresta’s the kind of girl who thinks everything is the end of the world. Turns out, she might be right.


Samantha LaFantasie


After waking up in a hospital with no memory, Elsabetha quickly learns those who claim to be her friend are anything but.


Rachel Walter


With the help of supernatural friends and protectors, Jazzy thinks she’s safe until what remains of her family is put in danger.

Does she have what it takes to save her family, life, soul, and soul mate, or will all be lost?

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by Riley J. Ford


Genre: Satire

Publish Date: July 1, 2012

Publisher: Immortal Ink Publishing


~Book Synopsis~

What if you could know exactly what your friends are thinking? High school student Winter Reynolds can, but there’s a catch…

She can only read people’s thoughts when she’s kissing them.

When a member of the track team is murdered, Winter has an opportunity to use her special ability to find the killer. Trouble is, kissing everyone on the track team isn’t such a good idea when you have a new boyfriend. Talk about complications!

Should Winter persevere using her secret power to catch the murderer still in their midst, even if it means risking her relationship with her one true love?

**Disclaimer: Mild profanity and a graphic murder scene. While humorous, this book also explores the underbelly of teen life. May not be suitable for younger teens.**

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by Riley J. Ford

It happens in the movie theater when I finally kiss Ethan Cooper. Her body rocks, I hear him say, except he doesn’t speak. Not out loud, anyway. At first I think it’s someone whispering behind us. Then I wonder if Miranda’s playing a joke on me until I remember she’s sitting four seats away making out with Billy Timmons.

When Ethan’s lips touch mine again and I hear his voice—she needs a breath mint—loud and clear like a TV announcer in my brain, I yank back and stare at him. My neck prickles with fear and my heart pounds hard. What the hell is going on?

“Did you say something?” I ask. I hope he has some kind of ventriloquist powers and I’m not losing my mind.

“Uh, no. I was in the middle of kissing you.” He sort of laughs, his fingers stroking my neck. I pull away and look at the screen. Julia Roberts blathers on about something with her big horse teeth. My heart races uncontrollably, thumping so loudly I can almost hear my ribs rattling, and not because I’ve just kissed the boy who I’ve crushed on since June.
No, it’s racing because something really freaky has just happened—twice—and I can’t deny it.

“What’s wrong?” Ethan asks. I can feel him staring at me in the dark.

“You said I need a breath mint,” I mutter. I wait for him to react. After all, it was his voice I’d heard. It just happened to be inside my head when he said it. But maybe he was playing some sort of trick on me. Maybe I’m mistaken. I sure hope so.

Ethan is quiet for a long moment before speaking. “Uh, I didn’t realize I said it out loud.”

“So you did say it?”

Someone behind us shushes us.

“I must have,” he says. “How weird.”

“Well, thanks a lot for telling me I have bad breath. Makes a girl feel real special.”

“Hey, don’t be pissed. I didn’t mean it in a bad way.”

As if there’s a good way to mean it. I slump down in my seat. Inside I’m actually sort of relieved. Ethan did say it out loud. Not inside my head. Maybe I’m just tired. Or whacked out on soda. All that caffeine can mess you up, especially those huge paper tankers of soda they sell at the movies. I would hate to think I have a mental problem or am crazy or something.

Being a normal girl from Redondo Beach suits me fine, a normal girl about to enter her junior year of high school who is just enjoying her summer. I go to the beach with my best friend Miranda, talk about boys, hit the mall, eat cheese fries with ranch dressing, experiment with different kinds of make-up, and watch TV after dinner. Nothing too out-of-the-ordinary or weird has ever happened to me—unless you count the time I made a half-court throw at a RBHS game and won a hundred dollars and a wheel of Brie. See, being normal is exhausting enough. Definitely no room in my life for being psychic or reading minds!

Ethan pokes my arm. “You okay?”

“What’s good about bad breath?” I whisper, moving my body away from him. My face is hot, stinging with embarrassment. I shouldn’t have had those grilled onions on my burger before our date. What was I thinking? Dragon breath is not an accessory a girl should wear.

“Dude, it’s really no big,” he says. “Just get some gum later, okay?”

More shushing behind us, loudly.

I sit fuming in silence, not knowing if I should get up and leave or what. But then Ethan’s arm snakes slowly around my shoulders and that tingle returns—the one I’ve gotten every time I’ve seen him at the hot dog place where he works at the mall. I’ve spent all summer going there, using every cent of my allowance on corn dogs, hot dogs, fries, mozzarella sticks, and lemonades (and gaining a friggin’ five pounds because of it), just so I could see him. I finally got up my courage to give him my phone number, and he’d grinned and said he would call. He finally did, and now here we are with Miranda and her sometimes-boyfriend sitting four seats away while I try not to breathe oily onion fumes on this hot guy with spiked blonde hair and a nice laugh.

“I’m sorry,” he whispers in my ear. He leans in and kisses me again with those soft full lips that I’ve stared at for so long. His face this close feels nice. He’s so cute. If he doesn’t mind my breath, I shouldn’t either. Okay, Winter, chill, I tell myself. I’ll just go buy some mint gum the second we leave the theater.

Ethan’s lips are warm and moist on mine. I relax against his body.

What’s her problem? She’s acting so uptight. His voice reverberates through my head again. And it is definitely in my head because his mouth is still on mine!

I didn’t mean to mention the breath, but if she’s gonna be so lame about it, I’ll ditch her after the flick and go find my bros. Who needs this shit? Chicks come into Diggety Dog a dime a dozen, and I can have any of them. There’s always another ho around the corner.

I yank out of Ethan’s embrace, my body trembling. What is happening? His voice was in my brain, loud and clear and unmistakable. Am I losing my mind? I need to know.

“Why would you talk to me like that?” I ask. “It’s rude.” I hope he’ll admit he was messing with me, talking out the side of his mouth or something, joking in a lame sort of way.

“I didn’t say anything.” Ethan’s tone sounds pinched, weird.

“Yes, you did. I heard you say you’re going to ditch me to hang out with your bros, that I’m uptight, that girls are a dime a dozen, and that there’s always another ho around the corner!” Anger seizes me. “Did you just call me a ho?”

A voice behind us hisses loudly, “Quiet!”

Ethan doesn’t say anything. His silhouette is stiff, like a cardboard cutout of himself.

He jumps up. “I’m outta here!” Then he’s gone, loping up the aisle.


About the Author

Riley J. Ford is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She graduated UCLA graduate with a degree in English and taught at both the high school and college levels for a number of years before turning to writing full-time. Her non-fiction books are used in college classrooms around the country, and her essays have been featured on such websites as She is the author of seven fiction books, INTO YOU, a new adult mystery, CARPE DiEMILY, a romantic comedy caper, FIFTY SHADES OF FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, a satire, CIRCUS OF LOST SOULS, a thriller, SIMONE: ADVENT URES IN DAT ING, a romantic comedy series, JUST US, a contemporary romance, and JUST YOU, a new adult romance. When on vacation, she enjoys running with the bulls in Pamplona and downhill skiing.

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Made to Forget

(Part One of the

Nepherium Novella Series)

Samantha LaFantasie

Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date:   July 27, 2013

Publisher:  Indie Published

Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.


~ Book Synopsis ~

There’s something that lies within my memory. Hidden in the dark. Something that can kill me and those that I love. But I was in an accident, covered in mystery and deception. And my memory…was lost. There are those who want me to remember. I don’t trust them. And those I do trust…are fighting for me to forget.

Elsabetha Ellery wants to get her memory back, even if it kills her.

After waking up in a hospital with no memory, Elsabetha quickly learns those who claim to be her friend are anything but. And those who are her true friends keep themselves unseen.

Stuck with piecing together her broken memories alone, Elsa struggles with having faith in those she trusts and heeding the warnings of the dangers in recovering her memory. Ignoring them, she faces heavy consequences. Ones she doesn’t see until it’s too late, and a life is lost.

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by Samantha LaFantasie

ALL AT ONCE, THE weight and darkness lifted. I sucked in a deep breath, sitting up in the cloudlike bed. Immediately, I found that abominable man staring out the window. I left the bed, fueled by anger.

I approached, stopping before I got too close to strangle him. “What the hell did you do to me?”

“What was necessary to keep you here … and safe.”

“According to who?” I snapped.

“The man that loves you and would turn this world upside down if it meant keeping you safe.” He sounded despondent, continuing to stare out the window.

“I’ve got news for him–if he even exists–keeping me prisoner and taking my memories from me isn’t love, it’s torture. If he really loved me, he’d be here and I would have answers. Besides, now I’m getting a headache.” A throb started at my left temple and pulsed through my head.

“He loves you more than he loves his own people. That’s why your father was angry. As soon as your relationship was discovered, he disowned you and refused to listen to any reason. Even when he was told the truth about you. You must have thought the man who loves you was worth it, at one point.”

“He—he’s Nepherium?”

“Yes,” he said, barely above a whisper.

“I guess that makes sense,” I said.

He turned to me with eyes wide, full of questions.

“My dad said I was mixing blood with them. He was in such a heated rage I barely understood what he said. But there’s more that I need to know.”

“What’s that?” he asked.

“Why would my lover want me to forget him?”

“He hoped that while you couldn’t remember, you’d stay alive. He could protect you and finish the mission.”

The way he looked at me, pulling me in, made me weak in the knees.

“And how would he feel about the way you’re looking at me?” I asked before I could stop the words.

He blinked away, turning his attention to the window before sighing and taking a seat in the shadowed chair.

I pushed further. “Or about knocking me out before bringing me here?”

He leaned forward on his knees, covering his face with his hands. “I’m …”

I waited a few seconds for him to continue. When he didn’t, I wondered if I heard anything at all. “What?”

“You have to understand, for him, he’d move the moon and stars to keep you safe. He did the only thing he could to save your life.”

“And you? What is your place in all of this? Why did you give me a ring to cover up a strange tattoo? Why can’t I see him?”

“I’m your partner. It is my job to protect you. I can’t answer the last one.”

“Can’t or won’t?” I retorted.

“Pick one,” he snapped.

“You told me if I thought I could kill you, you’d let me, because you deserved it. What did you do that would warrant me killing you?”

“Please understand, this is more difficult than giving simple answers to your questions. It’s far more complicated.”

I smiled at him, because it was the only thing I could do with his ridiculous beating around the bush. He sat up, seemingly disarmed by my small action.


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A Kansas native, Samantha LaFantasie spends her free time with her spouse and three kids. Writing has always been a passion of hers, forgoing all other desires to devote to this one obsession, even though she often finds herself arguing with her characters through much of the process. She’s primarily a fantasy writer but often feels pulled to genres such as sci-fi, romance, and others.

Among her writing credentials, she has authored works such as Heart Song (her debut novel) and Made to Forget. Samantha loves to take time to enjoy other activities such as photography and playing her favorite game of all time, Guild Wars 2.

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