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Delve deep into enchanted realms and discover the marvelous creatures and passionate loves that await on the other side. Only the rebels will survive... Unparalleled worlds await you inside this collection packed with magical, arcane, and nefarious stories from today's New York Times, USA Today and award-winning authors! Embark on adventure with rebel angels being hunted by Delve deep into enchanted realms and discover the marvelous creatures and passionate loves that await on the other side. Only the rebels will survive... Unparalleled worlds await you inside this collection packed with magical, arcane, and nefarious stories from today's New York Times, USA Today and award-winning authors! Embark on adventure with rebel angels being hunted by witches, djinns striving to break the chains of slavery, and guardians and dragons navigating mythological underworlds when you download your copy of REBELS AND REALMS! Grab a copy of this urban fantasy collection to escape into the adventure of your choosing today! Including Stories From... USA Today bestselling author Heather Marie Adkins USA Today bestselling author RJ Blain USA Today bestselling author J.A. Culican USA Today bestselling author Christine Ashworth Award-Winning author E.J. Stevens Award-Winning author Heather Renee Award-Winning author Rosemary A Johns Amanda Booloodian Beata Blitz Chrishaun Keller-Hanna Amir Lane Caroline A. Gill Christina Walker


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Delve deep into enchanted realms and discover the marvelous creatures and passionate loves that await on the other side. Only the rebels will survive... Unparalleled worlds await you inside this collection packed with magical, arcane, and nefarious stories from today's New York Times, USA Today and award-winning authors! Embark on adventure with rebel angels being hunted by Delve deep into enchanted realms and discover the marvelous creatures and passionate loves that await on the other side. Only the rebels will survive... Unparalleled worlds await you inside this collection packed with magical, arcane, and nefarious stories from today's New York Times, USA Today and award-winning authors! Embark on adventure with rebel angels being hunted by witches, djinns striving to break the chains of slavery, and guardians and dragons navigating mythological underworlds when you download your copy of REBELS AND REALMS! Grab a copy of this urban fantasy collection to escape into the adventure of your choosing today! Including Stories From... USA Today bestselling author Heather Marie Adkins USA Today bestselling author RJ Blain USA Today bestselling author J.A. Culican USA Today bestselling author Christine Ashworth Award-Winning author E.J. Stevens Award-Winning author Heather Renee Award-Winning author Rosemary A Johns Amanda Booloodian Beata Blitz Chrishaun Keller-Hanna Amir Lane Caroline A. Gill Christina Walker

30 review for Rebels and Realms: A Limited Edition Urban Fantasy Collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Good book that can be read as a standalone or as an introduction to the Vampire Angel series. But is also a nice read even if you have already read the series as it gives you some background information about one of the characters in the series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Myriam

    This review only relates to Wendigo by Amir Lane Main character is Elias Harper who has a cameo appearance in Bad Omen (Morrighan House Witches Book 2). Wendigo follows Rogue Recruit (initially published in Darklight and Daydreams anthology), which describes how RCMP was trying to recruit Elias into their Witch Unit. When the reader reaches Wendigo, which happens three years into his working with the RCMP, they have a good idea where Elias and his partner, Taylor, are coming from. Wendigo is an e This review only relates to Wendigo by Amir Lane Main character is Elias Harper who has a cameo appearance in Bad Omen (Morrighan House Witches Book 2). Wendigo follows Rogue Recruit (initially published in Darklight and Daydreams anthology), which describes how RCMP was trying to recruit Elias into their Witch Unit. When the reader reaches Wendigo, which happens three years into his working with the RCMP, they have a good idea where Elias and his partner, Taylor, are coming from. Wendigo is an exciting adventure, and a great way to calm down from a reading high caused by Morrighan House Witches series. The tone is more upbeat because Elias is a more upbeat character. I loved the stories, and I would love to read more about Elias, Taylor and their adventures.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

    💝FREE on Amazon & on iBooks today (8/3/2018)!💝 Blurb: Delve deep into enchanted realms and discover the marvelous creatures and passionate loves that await on the other side. Only the rebels will survive... Unparalleled worlds await you inside this collection packed with magical, arcane, and nefarious stories from today's New York Times, USA Today and award-winning authors! Embark on adventure with rebel angels being hunted by witches, djinns striving to break the chains of slavery, and guardian 💝FREE on Amazon & on iBooks today (8/3/2018)!💝 Blurb: Delve deep into enchanted realms and discover the marvelous creatures and passionate loves that await on the other side. Only the rebels will survive... Unparalleled worlds await you inside this collection packed with magical, arcane, and nefarious stories from today's New York Times, USA Today and award-winning authors! Embark on adventure with rebel angels being hunted by witches, djinns striving to break the chains of slavery, and guardians and dragons navigating mythological underworlds when you download your copy of REBELS AND REALMS!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn Dotson

    Zachriel left Angel World when he became addicted to the human world. A house of witches adopted him into their fold. The Commander has been sent to retrieve Zachriel to bring him back to face the consequences of his choices. At the house, the witches just saved him from capture and think to teach him a lesson. Belowground, he discovers a vampire…one of the fallen angels! Now, he has to make a dreadful choice…save her or the witches? Which will it be? Plus, he discovers some dreadful secrets tha Zachriel left Angel World when he became addicted to the human world. A house of witches adopted him into their fold. The Commander has been sent to retrieve Zachriel to bring him back to face the consequences of his choices. At the house, the witches just saved him from capture and think to teach him a lesson. Belowground, he discovers a vampire…one of the fallen angels! Now, he has to make a dreadful choice…save her or the witches? Which will it be? Plus, he discovers some dreadful secrets that will help him make his final choice. This is a deep novella that shows the darkness of the characters…and the light of one! The ending has you pondering what happens to Zachriel after he makes his choice! It is a good fast read that introduces you to Rosemary John’s world of vampires and angels! I received this book as an ARC and am leaving a voluntary review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    3 stars overall. Individually ranked, added together and divided by 11 (# of stories) Saffron - Heather Marie Adkins: Interesting concept where a dying human can add five years to their life by contracting as an assassin with the goddess Nemesis. At the end of the contract there is the option to sign on for an additional five years, die or in exceptional cases, be made immortal. Saffron is assigned a case to wreck vengeance on a pair of adults who have been kidnapping little girls for porn and to 3 stars overall. Individually ranked, added together and divided by 11 (# of stories) Saffron - Heather Marie Adkins: Interesting concept where a dying human can add five years to their life by contracting as an assassin with the goddess Nemesis. At the end of the contract there is the option to sign on for an additional five years, die or in exceptional cases, be made immortal. Saffron is assigned a case to wreck vengeance on a pair of adults who have been kidnapping little girls for porn and torture flicks. Story has a rather unexpected ending which if sufficiently interested, requires reading another book in the series. 4 stars Water Witch - RJ Blain: Blood in the Water: Our protagonist is kidnapped by criminals seeking vengeance because his Chief of Police father imprisoned them in the past. They have the nefarious plan to shoot him and throw him overboard into shark infested waters. All does not go as planned. Dustin, said protagonist, discovers that he may not only have inherited traits from his werewolf, AKA Feneric, father, but witching abilities through his mother. Fishnet Stockings: Dustin is held hostage at a bank along with others by a man wearing a fishnet stocking as a disguise. The Water's Call: As a result of the previous two incidents, Dustin's parents practically have him under house arrest. His injury from the first story caused him to miss a semester of college. Thanks to his father's manipulations he's earning college credits towards a Forensic Science degree by working at the morgue. Chafing at the restrictions, Dustin takes advantage of an unexpected early time off to hop on a bus and travel to Long Beach, California. He meets yet another Feneric who owns a surfboard shop and makes arrangements to take surfing lessons once he learns how to swim. There's no danger other than the potential to drown or being murdered for running away in this story. 2 1/2 stars The Golden Dragon - J. A Culican: A young woman finds out she is a rare type of dragon and is whisked off by a dragon of a different subspecies to meet the powers that decree dragons' fates. It seems geared towards young teens. There was a hint that her college professor may be more than he seemed but this story never elaborated on that possibility. 1 star The Curse of Elliott Jones - Christine Ashworth: Now this story has some bite to it. The main character and his cohorts all have a common mysterious past and special abilities. I've read books that weren't a continuing series that had less satisfying endings. This one pretty well wraps up the current scenario but there are additional volumes worth looking into. 5 stars Before the Falls - Heather Renee: This was a light hearted good v. bad story where our warrior "princess" and her two buds are sent to vanquish an evil dragon. They encounter both friends and foes along the way before the ultimate battle. 2 1/2 stars Vampire Secret - Rosemary A. Johns: This was a story that although I understood the plot, I felt there was more to it than I was able to ken. Fallen angels are turned into vampires and then witches turn them into familiars. "Good" angels capture the fallen ones to return them to Angel World where they are punished. Is there redemption? I don't know. If not, why not just annihilate them. Did the witches really worship the fallen angels? Again, I wasn't given enough background to know for sure. Overall just a weird story. 2 stars Redcap - Amanda Booloodian: An entertaining if not compelling read. The female lead can access something called the Path which seems to be a parallel universe that gives her more insight than normal. Her soul had been shattered in an earlier adventure and makes it uncomfortable for others to be around her. The same is true for her elf and werewolf partners. They are investigating the disappearance of a group of pixies and why goblins are moving about when they usually hunker down during the winter. The case is solved but a new one emerges once they return to base. 3 1/2 stars The Fallen Vampire - Beata Blitz: Chole, a 17 year old girl, is labeled as a witch when she inadvertently influences a game of spin the bottle. Destined to be burned at the stake she is rescued by her best friend/crush who intends to spirit her away to a safe location. At one point there is a battle in the air between the ruling drakonin, called Cloud Lords, and the demon Night Flyer vampires. A prince of the vampires is injured and falls to earth. The posse in pursuit catches up to our escapees but a troop of the governor's men intercedes and prevents them from taking Chole. The conclusion piqued my interest enough that I probably will pursue the rest of the story. 4 1/2 stars Shaman States of America: The Black Spur Hunt - Chrishaun Keller-Hanna: Interesting plot but I felt like I should have either discovered character traits earlier in the story or read a previous volume. The map's qualities became clearer as the story progressed. The sisters' paternal heritage was somewhat confusing as was their dead but still present and ass-kicking mother, Mama Ray. Can't help but feel sorry for Kyla and her misguided attempt to resurrect Baylee. 3 1/2 stars Wendigo - Amir Lane: Who knew there were male sirens? Not me, that's for sure. Our protagonist has both hex witch and technosorcery abilities and his RCMP partner is a siren. So are both his former lover and current husband so apparently they're a lot more common than I thought. Elias, our hero, is assigned the task to find and eliminate a wendigo that has been causing vacationers to disappear from a campground. I found it very interesting that each of his tattoos could manifest a particular ability. Very cool. 4 stars Blood in the Ashes - Caroline A. Gill: Hmm, I found this to be a somewhat convoluted tale with characters not being what they initially seemed. It held my interest in that I am curious to see how it all turns out. The epilogue is rather strange. Our main character, Tristan, doesn't seem to be aware of his second wife's real persona. I'm suspecting the foreign exchange students are also more than they seem. 4 stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Eve Dean

    Omg. I loved it...i want a rebel. Love how we finally see how he got to the witches. Thank you rosemary again for an amazing story. 5 stars and a must read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alan T

    Short Novels Adkins, Heather Marie. Saffron. Marion Churchman serves Nemesis as an assassin. Interesting plotting and charactorization. Blain, AJ. Son of a Werewolf, Dustin Waller begins to develop witch powers. Interesting plotting and charactorization. Culican, JA. The Golden Dragon. Eva, raised by grandparents, meets Cairo, who says she a Dramon, or half human half Dragon. She seems to have unusual powers for a Dramon. They set out to meet the Council to evaluate more about her powers. Fair pl Short Novels Adkins, Heather Marie. Saffron. Marion Churchman serves Nemesis as an assassin. Interesting plotting and charactorization. Blain, AJ. Son of a Werewolf, Dustin Waller begins to develop witch powers. Interesting plotting and charactorization. Culican, JA. The Golden Dragon. Eva, raised by grandparents, meets Cairo, who says she a Dramon, or half human half Dragon. She seems to have unusual powers for a Dramon. They set out to meet the Council to evaluate more about her powers. Fair plotting and charactorization. Ashworth, Christine. The Curse of Elliott Jones. Elliott Jones has been a prisoner of Borgatti. He escapes from a setup by a waitress and goes up Laurel Canyon to sleep. He seeks out Alexandra, who's name is in the envelop of cash on his body. Excellent characterization and plotting. Renee. Heather. Before the Falls. Jordan Baker and her best friends Lucas and Oliver are Guardian Protectors for Arcata. They are assigned to deal with a Dragon problem in another realm of the Otherworld. Excellent characterization and plotting. John's, Rosemary A. Vampire Secret. Zachriel is a fallen Angel. He has been adopted by a witch family, but it is unclear if he can trust them. He must choose. Charactorization and plotting are interesting, but a bit unclear. Booloodian, Amanda. Redcap. The clandestine Agency of Interdimentional Regulation has recently returned Agent Cassie to field status with her partners weirwolf Rider and elf Logan after an injury. Interesting characterization and plotting. Blitz, Beata. The Fallen Vampire. The Cloud Lords; the Vampires Shifters and the Dragon Shifters, rule over the earth. Chloe acidently reveals her witch powers at a party on her 17th birthday. She is sentenced to be burned when the Sherrif's son Wayne helps her to escape. Excellent plotting and characterization. Keller-Hanna, Chrishaun. Shaman States of America: The Black Spur Hunt. Kyle Pulter is attempting to resurrect her daughter Kaylee by using a Triskull. The Hunters Kyla hired to help turned out not to be strong enough. Mamma Ray LaCoure is attempting to defuse the situation. Excellent plotting and charactorization. Lane, Amir. Wendigo. Elias Harper, Ojibwe Techwitch and Hexwitch is assigned by RCMP with his partner siren, Tyler King, to hunt down and distroy a Wendigo infesting a Provential Park. Interesting plotting and charactorization. Gill, Caroline. Blood in the Ashes. Celestine DeBrenton's adopted daughter Peggy is working with Tristan St. Denis to restore Celistine to health, and rescue Los Angeles from destruction between the Vampires and the Vampire Hunters. Excellent plotting and characterization.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Angela Sanders

    Love these stories! My favorites were Saffron, Water Witch, Curse of Elliott Jones, and Red Cap. All of the short stories were unique, but these stood out the most to me. Very well written, and the characters come to life on the page. I didn't want to stop reading. Each one of them, I flipped back, hoping I would find a sequel. Elliott Jones, that one I learned is a companion novel to a series I will most definitely be checking out. The world building was not only unique, but exceptional! The ch Love these stories! My favorites were Saffron, Water Witch, Curse of Elliott Jones, and Red Cap. All of the short stories were unique, but these stood out the most to me. Very well written, and the characters come to life on the page. I didn't want to stop reading. Each one of them, I flipped back, hoping I would find a sequel. Elliott Jones, that one I learned is a companion novel to a series I will most definitely be checking out. The world building was not only unique, but exceptional! The characters and their backgrounds--I just couldn't get enough. I can say the same about the other aforementioned books as well. Red Cap is also a companion novella. I enjoyed it, especially the humor. The first chapter had me laughing. Great book! All of them were. I give the set 5 stars overall.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Garth Mailman

    Spoilers ahead Or, if you like, swimming with sharks though Dustin Walker doesn’t know how to swim. So I got myself into a shifter novelette. Father is termed a fenerec--a type of werewolf, the name is Hungarian; mother is a witch. When not growling pop is a police chief. When bad guys attempt to feed Dustin to the sharks they turn on the bad guys and nudge Dustin to shore. If you can buy into the genre the book is well written and edited.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Raven's Fall by Eva Chase This story is about one of Odin's ravens, Muninn. It also explains why she did to Odin. Muninn has another side she doesn't care for but after meeting three exiles all different types she changes her mind. 4.8 🌟

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lucinda

    Enjoyable This is definitely one of the best anthologies I've read lately.Each of the authors offers something worth reading, although I've read one of the stories before or something very similar.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tera Comer

    If it is a collection, anthology or box set I am always buying them and hoping that I find new authors to read! This collection was bought because it had books that were part of series that I definitely wanted to read as well as a few stories that I wanted to read just from this set!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sonya Philbrick

    So so Some of the books in this are ok some are not. I would only buy about half of them myself.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alex Latham

    Book 57 complete.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paula Hanlon

    Really good but it needs more to it Pretty good, needs more depth and perhaps more importantly better knowledge about how magical bindings work but it's a decent read all around

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chrissi

    I really love a good anthology and this ticks all the boxes for me. The stories were all well written and the storylines were 'up my alley' lol

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tom Davidson

    A nice collection of stories. They are well written and some I feel could be made into series if they haven't already

  18. 4 out of 5

    Denise Woodruff

    Wow every story in this is great i love it it's one box set you got to have

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sue MacKenzie

    An enjoyable collection I am only giving this rating because I prefer PNR over urban fantasy. Still, I read more than I skipped in this collection.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dschaper54

    Great This anthology was really good. Some stories were more my style than others but they all kept my interest and were very enjoyable.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Josephine

    Saffron - Heather Marie Adkins: ★★★ Interesting concept, but the ending was annoying. What's the point in putting an author's note stating don't read the epilogue if you don't like cliffhangers when the end without the epilogue is still a cliffhanger? Water Witch - RJ Blain: ★★★ While I enjoyed it, it's really three short stories instead of the three-chapter story I was expecting, so it loses some depth due to length The Golden Dragon - J.A. Culican: ★★ Ok, but not really a stand-alone story; more of Saffron - Heather Marie Adkins: ★★★ Interesting concept, but the ending was annoying. What's the point in putting an author's note stating don't read the epilogue if you don't like cliffhangers when the end without the epilogue is still a cliffhanger? Water Witch - RJ Blain: ★★★ While I enjoyed it, it's really three short stories instead of the three-chapter story I was expecting, so it loses some depth due to length The Golden Dragon - J.A. Culican: ★★ Ok, but not really a stand-alone story; more of an introduction to a series The Curse of Elliott Jones - Christine Ashworth: ★★ Well written, but it read like a sequel where I was expected to already know the characters so I found myself skimming when the story became difficult to follow Before the Falls - Heather Renee: ★ Not a fan. The plot was shallow and the characters didn't act their age Vampire Secret - Rosemary A. Johns: ★ I did not enjoy the writing; it was a disjointed mix of formal, casual, and awful accents Redcap - Amanda Booloodian: ★★★ It took a while for me to get into the story, but I liked it by the end. However, it struggles as a stand-alone and would probably be stronger if you've read the previous book in the series The Fallen Vampire - Beata Blitz: ★ Reads like a bad young-adult book Shaman States of America: The Black Spur Hunt - Chrishaun Keller-Hanna: ★ Not my cup of tea; I skimmed most of the story Wendigo - Amir Lane: ★★★ Liked it. The trans character was unexpected since the other stories in the collection aren't LGBT Blood in the Ashes - Caroline A. Gill: ★ Well written, but I did not enjoy the story or characters

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jill Urbanek Gauger

    This book was okay. Too much going on, confusing at times.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Anastasiia Nesterenko

  24. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Bourke

  25. 4 out of 5

    Helen Whale

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cryogenic Fire

  27. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rayne Owen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lesley Piggott

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jency

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