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As his life crashes down around him, Jackson is faced with a horrible choice: A Princess Lost Odette C. She ran to save her people from her betrothed. He intends to use her to start a galactic war, unless she can stay out of his clutches. When she runs into one of her old guards, she's pulled back into the life she disavowed. She can no longer afford to run. It is time to rise up and do what she should have done from the start - go to war. An action-packed galactic adventure, pick it up today.

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Bell Her life is different now. When a demon begins hunting her down, Lilly is pulled even further into this murky world of magic and crime. Bell There's a new god in town, and he's after Lilly Though Lilly is determined to push Vali and find out everything she can about this world, she won't like the answers. When she's kidnapped and taken to the realm of the gods, she must free herself before she can be used to open a bridge to the real world. For if she cannot free herself, she'll usher in a dark age for all Ouroboros Episode One Odette C.

Bell Not all of us are born equal. Some exceed every expectation and excel in every task. Some of us can't even get out of bed in the morning. Such is life for Cadet Nida Harper. She's universally known as the worst recruit in the Academy. It's not for want of trying; she's just cursed with universal bad luck. Every accident that could happen, does happen. So it's no surprise when she winds up unconscious on a field mission.

It is a surprise when the dreams start. Visions of stars falling from the heavens and civilizations crumbling to dust.

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The only silver lining comes in golden boy Lucas Stone. The hero of the Academy, he takes an interest in her. But he'll have to act fast to stop what will happen next In Episode One, you are thrust into a sprawling sci-fi adventure that throws you across the galaxy and far through time.

Lucas and Nida are pitted against brutal space pirates, mysterious powers, and the greatest enemy of all - the unknown. All four installments of the Ouroboros series are currently available, so start the journey today Bell Henrietta is painfully boring. She is uncoordinated, unsuccessful, and entirely unlucky in love.

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That all changes when a strange man walks into her life talking of witches, magic, and warriors. Soon she finds her life turned upside down, and any semblance of normality banished for good. This book was previously published under Odette C. A Fool's Beginning Odette C. Bell She must save the world. He must help her Yin is the Savior of the ages. A young woman chosen to protect the world on its final day. A fighter, a sorcerer, a loner.

She lives in the mountains, away from the prying eyes of the Kingdom and under the watchful protection of her guardian, Castor. Then the army comes. With them is the handsome but cold Captain Yang. Captain Yang has never met a woman like her. But the army need her. Especially with war on the horizon.

It is sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell An urban fantasy with everything from romance to mystery, The Witch's Bell Series follow a feisty witch, Ebony Bell, as she solves magical malady after magical malady. Ebony has had just enough time to pat her hair down and wipe the ash and magical residue off her heels, before yet another ridiculously powerful entity starts threatening her lovely little town again. This time she's a little distracted though. Sure, there might be something incredibly sinister going on underneath the streets of Vale.

And sure, she keeps finding rather large, worrying gaps in her memory. But the Wizards are in town for their yearly get-together, and one of them just so happens to be the most handsome magic man she's ever seen. And he even wears fancy suits. But pleasant distractions aside, Vale has no intention of letting her sit this one out. Soon Ebony is chasing after monsters in the sewer, having tea with wanted criminals, and finding out just how to deal with a certain jealous detective. When her powers are tested, she's pushed into a new job working for a rakish bounty hunter who's charm only just makes up for his arrogance.

He's the most powerful kingpin in town, and he needs her to find something. Madeleine Macy is a magical enforcement officer. Then she meets her match in Valstein, a powerful vampire of noble descent who's about to become a massive pain in her butt. When one of the most respected vampire lords in Knight City is brutally murdered, Madeleine is thrown together with Valstein to solve the case before it's too late. You see, if it's too late, Madeline dies. And Valstein really can't have that - not until he finds out who she is and - more to the point - who's been hiding her from him.

Legal Rites is a four-part urban fantasy police-procedural sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell The final book in the A Plain Jane series What if you had lived your whole life thinking you were normal? Axira Episode One Odette C. Bell She is different. A soldier of centuries. For years she was enslaved to one of the masters of the Kore sects. She was forced to fight in endless battles. War, destruction, desolation — all wrought by her.

But then she escapes. Seeking revenge on her master, she turns to the only group powerful enough to help her — the Coalition. She joins the Academy. It should be easy. She rapidly finds out that despite her raw power, she needs more to become an effective recruit.

But now is not the time for failure. She finds herself drawn into the hunt. A hunt she will not lose. For she is Axira, the most powerful spacer in the Milky Way …. Axira is a four-episode miniseries. It is complete, and all four episodes are currently available. A space opera with plenty of action and adventure, and just a dash of romance, it is the third instalment in the Galactic Coalition Academy series.

Bell From now until the day she dies, she will be hunted. He must do everything he can to keep her safe. It will come at a cost. For both of them. Luc is used to getting what he wants, when he wants it. But with Maggie, all that will change. Bell There is a gate to another world. The government has known about it for years. Beyond, lies a land like no other. Xandia, the treasure of the gods. A soldier at heart, most of the time he has to play diplomat to the beautiful Lady Tallet.

But Xandia has its secrets. So does Grace Brown.

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Her dreams of its lush plains and mountainous lands eat her up from the inside out. Those dreams are about to turn into a living nightmare as an accident on Earth pulls her through to the Otherside. Sergeant Mark Sheppard will have do everything he can to take her home. For when Xandia beckons, all fall.

Bell The Witch and the Commander is a two-part time-travel fantasy with a dash of humor and romance. Abby is a witch; she has a broom and a cat named Charlie. But around these parts witches aren't popular. So when Abby finds herself at the mercy of an ancient spell with no one to rely on but a distant man, she must count on more than her magic to survive. It is now being republished under Odette C. It was previously published as a single title, Abby the Witch. Bell Isabel Mason is a natural witch. What does it matter that true magic pumps through her veins? When she meets the arrogant but terribly handsome Captain Carmichael, everything changes.

In the blink of an eye, the life she knows is burnt away. With a man she barely knows, she must forge a path to Washington. Only there will her true abilities be revealed.

In their path lies the horrors of the modern world - beastly animals gorged on magic, frightful apparitions that walk the night, and dead that stumble from their graves. Ebony is in trouble. This time it isn't some strange family curse or a hoard of tattooed wizards. It's her dreams; they've turned on her. Someone or something is trying to get at Ebony through her dreams. And it is powerful, horribly powerful. She might have faced trouble in the past, but she has never faced anything like this.

If she can't find a way to stop it, Ebony Bell will die, and the rest of Vale will die with her. Broken Episode One Odette C. Which is harder than it sounds …. Broken is the continuation of the Galactic Coalition Academy universe. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Though trickle was not usually a word you associated with dead, lifeless hair, you had to widen your vocabulary when it came to Ebony.

Not only did her curled strands store up the light like a handful of diamonds glinting in the sun, but the hair itself seemed to have a mind of its own. It sometimes swayed from side to side, like wind over long grass. It sometimes danced between her shoulders, First Chapter Fail Six Pages Fail to be precise Her long hair trickled over a shoulder as she turned.

It sometimes danced between her shoulders, like a bird hopping from branch to branch. And sometimes it just sat there like a storm: There's a first time for every word. Ebony shifted her eyes over to him, like a cat looking up, mid slumber, to see a mouse frolic across its path. She just took several very confident steps towards the man, and curled up one ruby-red lip. Dectectives just are THAT cliche. How do you solve a murder? You visit the clostest meth lab. Ebony smiled, perfect white-teeth glinting through the ruby-red of her favorite lipstick.

What color was her lipstick again? Only the curl at the corners of his lips looked real. I honestly doubt that. Finally Nate's face cracked, and he let out a bullet blast of a laugh. And I couldn't agree more. But time is expensive, too. Aug 13, misswed rated it it was ok.

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Another good premise from Odette C. Bell which has been poorly executed and requires strict editing. Spelling errors, dodgy sentence construction and some rather questionable contradictions, including describing her vibrant, dead hair. I was most confused. There were very long, unnecessary sections of exposition in most areas, combined with complete lack of exposition in some other areas which were epitomised by Ebony Bell telling Detective Nate how stupid he was for asking the question and conv Another good premise from Odette C. There were very long, unnecessary sections of exposition in most areas, combined with complete lack of exposition in some other areas which were epitomised by Ebony Bell telling Detective Nate how stupid he was for asking the question and conveniently avoiding giving any decent answer.

It's fair to say that if I met Ebony Bell in the street I'd probably slap her for her arrogance and laziness. All that said, however, I did really want to know what was going to happen next, so the potential is definitely there! Though I eventually ended up liking this book it was a close thing. From the beginning I was not sure what was going on or what the story was about, other than a witch who was really cocky, and worked for the police.

Most books I will read between days but it took me 6 days to get through this one, partly because I started reading another book that grabbed my attention. I kept going because I wanted to see where things were headed and whether there would be a payoff in the end. It did finall Though I eventually ended up liking this book it was a close thing. The only character I felt even remotely stood out was the main one, the others were not fleshed out enough to really form a good opinion of them one way or the other.

Ebony Bell is a summoner witch residing in the city of Vale which sits on a Portal or gate between worlds. She is the official witch consultant to the Vale police and helps them when magical crimes occur, and that is quite often because of the door.

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After revealing to a mortal that she is a witch Ebony has her magic taken away for a month and must live as a human. Though this is the worst thing that has ever happened to her she soon finds that things can be much worse than she had ever thought possible. I do not require non-stop action in a book, or for the heroine to be in love by the third chapter, it would have just been nice if all the peripheral characters had been more interesting or just more involved.

A little more background information on Senior Detective Ben, who had known Ebony since she was a child would have helped. Or more information on Detective Nathan Wall, who arrives with secrets and they are not revealed until the final chapters. There were so many characters who I felt could have been fleshed out and not focused so much on Ebony being whiny.

I think this could have been a much better book if it had been subjected to a good, thorough editing and if there had not been so many long, tedious passages of repetitive exposition and explanation. Also, we didn't have to be reminded every couple of sentences that the main character's name was Ebony! It took me a very long time to warm up to Ebony. In the beginning, she came across as very arrogant a trait she was fond of accusing Nate of , rude, cocky, vain, condescending and not very smar I think this could have been a much better book if it had been subjected to a good, thorough editing and if there had not been so many long, tedious passages of repetitive exposition and explanation.

In the beginning, she came across as very arrogant a trait she was fond of accusing Nate of , rude, cocky, vain, condescending and not very smart. She looked down her nose at mere mortals because she was a witch and they weren't and thought Nate was stupid and annoying for asking questions and trying to understand what was going on. She became a little more likeable toward the end of the book but I still could not sympathize with her very much. Ben seemed like a nice man and I liked Nate much better than I did Ebony.

Ebony's mother, Avery, was another character who wasn't very likeable or warm and fuzzy, which probably explains my dislike of her daughter. In this case, the apple really didn't fall very far from the tree! The story was fairly enjoyable for the most part, and I would probably read the next book in the series without too many qualms. Mar 12, Lynn rated it really liked it. I liked this book.

This author has a wonderfully, creative imagination and it shines through. If there was some proper editing of her books, I believe she become a literary star. I did not find any errors enough to detract from the storyline. This book is a paranormal good vs. Imagine living as a witch consultant for a police departmen I liked this book. Imagine living as a witch consultant for a police department in a town that acknowledges magic, witchcraft and other paranormal events.

Life is good, if a bit, predictable. When not doing work for the police, Ebony Bell more or less runs a bookstore haunted by the previous owner, a very strong warlock in his day, named Harry. Then comes the beginning of the changes to Ebony's every day life in the form of a new detective, Nathan Hall. For some reason, the man rubs her the wrong way every time she gets near him. Lucky for her, he is also just the right person to stand by her when her world starts being torn apart. Good entertainment I actually liked the first story, regardless of spelling errors.

Liked the humour and sassy comments. The storyline has a good plot with twist and turns. Ebony is a witch and her magic is taken away by the coven. She now has to cope to be without magic for a month and the things turns ugly for her. I found the storyline refreshing with the cases she had, could have been a bit more. The speech and monologues were alright a bit to much about her hair for my taste.

LOL The characters are good, would have liked better conversation, special with her parents bit plain without emotions no hug when she was in hospital, only Nate and Ben has been with her. The settings are quite detailed, also the action is good. There are also some spelling mistakes and missing words that should be corrected. One other suggestion that I would like to make is to use bookmarks for each chapter.

I couldn't read this all at one time, so I was forced to search for where I left off each time I went back to read more of it. About Publish Join Sign In. Readers Benefits of registering Where are my ebooks? Describe your issue Have a question not already answered in the links at left or on our main FAQ page? Witch's Bell Book One Series: An urban fantasy with everything from romance to mystery, The Witch's Bell Series follows a feisty witch, Ebony Bell, as she solves magical malady after magical malady. Can this witch survive in a world of magic, possibilities, danger, and love?

Ebony Bell owns a cantankerous magical bookstore with a personality like a battering ram. Her best friend is a detective who drives like a bat out of hell. And a tall, dark, handsome, but seriously irritating stranger by the name of Nathan Wall has just walked into her life. Oh, and she's a witch. A consultant witch, to be precise. She spends her mornings selling books and her evenings investigating magical crimes for the local police department.

While her life is messy, she manages, until one investigation ends in a costly mistake.