#FantasyFriday Amazon Kindle Book Freebies – Feb 28, 2020

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Free Fantasy Books for Kindle
Free epic fantasy books on AmazonThe Gathering: The Hundred by Vanessa Nelson

Scarred by a brutal past, she has sworn to help those in need.

As one of the Hundred, Yvonne cannot ignore a plea for help, even if all she wants is a quiet life, somewhere safe for her adopted children to grow into adulthood.

Safety is in short supply. Young people, some of them children, are going missing in large numbers, leaving bewildered and grieving families behind. It’s not something she can ignore.

She finds an unexpected ally in an arrogant goblin lord, who seems intent on following her from place to place. With her skills in magic, and his resources, can they track down the kidnappers and return the children home?

The Silver City by Pamela Belle

When Halthris, of the nomadic Tanathi, chances upon a horde of massing Ska’i in the hills surrounding Zithirian, she takes it upon herself to warn the Silver City of the threat.

Halthris reports the impending situation to Ansaryon, Prince of Zithirian, and in so doing is thrown into a world of decadent royalty, sinister intrigue and lethal magic.

But all is not well in the Silver City; there is discord within the royal house, strange forces at work within the city, and all the while, the Ska’i hordes bide their time.

The Heretic by Joseph Nassise

Monsters prey on the innocent. He preys on the monsters.

As commander of the Echo Team, the Templar's most battle-hardened combat unit, Cade Williams spends his days working in the shadows, protecting mankind from supernatural threats and enemies. The public is unaware of the Order's existence, never mind the nature of the enemy they face and that's fine with Cade, for if it became common knowledge that monsters exist, chaos would result.

But now the Order's mission and secrecy are threatened when unknown forces attack Templar commanderies in the dead of night, leaving destruction in their wake. Cade and his team are ordered to put an end to the attacks before the battle spills into the open, destroying the hard-won balance between the darkness and the light.

By the time he gets to the bottom of it all, Cade will be neck deep in revenants, demons, and death magick. But the true nature of the forces arrayed against him will only be revealed when he comes face to face with an enemy from his own past, the creature known only as the Adversary.
A Pinch of Salt by Nita Round

A survivor with no memory and a warrior looking for her path unite against the pirate horde.

Two hundred soldiers walk into the burning sands of Gypta, but only a handful make it out. When Magda Stoner wakes in an infirmary halfway across the world, she discovers her memories of the desert are gone. Something happened that tore her mind and soul apart, and the only thing keeping her sane is the fact that she can't remember a thing.

Ascara d'Jharaena ael Korphen is a warrior, not a soldier, and trying to fit herself into the lesser role at Veritas Traders has left her body battered and broken in the same infirmary where Magda recovers.

As they both mend, they meet a survivor of a pirate attack that included gifted attackers. Finding themselves without a unit or mission, they propose a daring plan to infiltrate the pirate horde and bring them to justice.

Can the pirates be stopped? Or will Magda and Ascara be caught before they even begin?
The Torcian Chronicles by P.J. Reed

Mesham sits dejectedly in a tiny garret above an inn, as the lands of Torcia fall to the magically-enhanced army of the infamous Mivirian Horde. One of the last surviving ancient warlocks of Torcia, Mesham knows he is marked for death.

The Torcian king knocks on Mesham’s door later that evening and offers him the chance of rejuvenation in return for a seemingly impossible mission into the heart of Mivir. Mesham reluctantly agrees, only to realise the evil of Mivir has spread to the very top of the Torcian government.

As Mesham undertakes his quest to complete the mission, he finds himself hunted by his king, by the mighty Torcian warbands, and by the Horde.

But he cannot fail, for the fate of Mesham’s beloved Torcia rests in his hands.
New Fantasy Releases on KindleUnlimited
Best new fantasy releases for KindleUnlimitedBlood Brothers by Craig Halloran

A brewing conflict. A glory-seeking thief. Will he discover his destiny on a quest for treasure?

Fifteen-year-old elf Grey Cloak loathes his dark draconic master. So the young rogue persuades his human blood brother to set out in pursuit of fame and fortune. Ignoring their close shaves with gnolls, orcs, and halflings, the hard-headed youth won’t rest until he has his hands on his enemy’s gold.

Lured by the promise of riches and powerful charms, the bold elf and his companion join an untrustworthy band of thieves and plunge headlong into danger. But with mysterious forces charging them to slay a dragon, one misstep could land the duo back in the clutches of their former fire-breathing tyrant.

Will the fearless pair uncover their true purpose before evil returns them to slavery?
Runic Apprentice by D. L. Harrison

Olin was a journeyman blacksmith, just promoted from apprentice as the story begins. He has everything he could want. A good master, a wonderful young lady he planned to court as soon as he had the coin to do so, and who cared for him as well.

Everything changes in one moment, as he forges his first sword, places his maker’s mark for the first time, and discovers the truth that will turn all his life’s plans, hopes, and expectations into ashes.

Olin is a rune mage, and it looked like his life was going to be turned upside down again, as he once more took up apprenticeship duties. He has very little choice in the matter, all mages served the royal family, compulsorily.
That won’t be his last surprise either. Join Olin on his path of discovery, as he does his best to forge his own destiny under the yolk of expectations, customs, and traditions of mage society.
Court of Ruins by Jenna Wolfhart

In a war-torn land, love is always a lie.

Reyna Darragh despises the scheming ways of the fae courts--she’d rather be on the battlefield. But as the daughter of a High King, her hand in marriage can end the war faster than her sword. So, with her realm in tatters, she agrees to marry her enemy, Prince Thane.

The very same prince who killed hundreds of her kind during the war.

Because Reyna has a far greater scheme in mind. To save her kingdom from the vicious prince, she plans to marry him, make him king, and then murder him, so that she can take the throne herself. But as she grows closer to securing the crown, traitorous desire stirs.

Beyond the storm of passion, intrigue, and betrayal, a greater evil rises in a forgotten realm. In the end, Reyna can help stop it, but she must decide where her loyalties lie: with her duty to her kingdom, or with the vengeance in her heart.


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