Strange - Sara C. Roethle, Christine Pope, Rachel Medhurst, Pippa DaCosta, Anthea Sharp, Stacy Claflin, Becca Mills, Laekan Kemp & Mark E. Cooper


By Sara C. Roethle, Christine Pope, Rachel Medhurst, Pippa DaCosta, Anthea Sharp, Stacy Claflin, Becca Mills, Laekan Kemp & Mark E. Cooper

  • Release Date: 2016-04-01
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 25 Ratings


Nine Complete Novels Featuring Psychics, Demons, Aliens, Angels, Gods and Goddesses, Time Travel, and More!

Dive into nine different worlds that aren’t your normal paranormal. These aren’t your run of the mill vampire, werewolf, and witch stories. Immerse yourself in these unique, full-length novels from national bestselling authors:

Bad Vibrations ~ Christine Pope
When psychic Persephone O'Brien reaches out to famous ufologist Paul Oliver for help, they soon find themselves drawn into a far-reaching alien conspiracy that sends them on the run...and into one another's arms.

Pisces ~ Rachel Medhurst
The bracelet around my wrist is a permanent reminder of my mission. The silver charm attached to the leather cord is stamped with my birth sign. Mission: Unite with my twin flame soulmate.

Beyond the Veil ~ Pippa DaCosta
Muse must decide whether to trust a Prince of Hell or the assassin sent to kill her. Little do they know, she’s more dangerous than both.

Bitter Ashes ~ Sara C. Roethle
She's not their long lost fairy princess. She's their executioner. 
Thrown into a world of Norse Myth, Madeline must work her way through a web of deceit and intrigue. Maddy might just survive, but many others may die in her place. 

Deception ~ Stacy Claflin
After meeting a gorgeous stranger on a blind date, Alexis feels like she's known him her entire life. Suddenly, dark long-forgotten memories swirl in her mind. She realizes she's powerful, stunningly beautiful, and marked for death.

The Dark Realm ~ Anthea Sharp
What if a high-tech computer game was a gateway to the dangerous Realm of Faerie?
    Feyland is the most immersive computer game ever designed, and Jennet Carter is the first to play the prototype. But she doesn't suspect the virtual world is close enough to touch — or that she'll be battling for her life against the Dark Queen of the faeries.
    Tam Linn is the perfect hero, in-game. Too bad the rest of his life is seriously flawed. The last thing he needs is rich-girl Jennet prying into his secrets, insisting he's the only one who can help her.
Together, Jennet and Tam enter the Dark Realm of Feyland, only to discover that the entire human world is in danger. Pushed to the limit of their abilities, they must defeat the Dark Queen…before it's too late.

Nolander ~ Becca Mills
As an orphaned and perpetually single photographer in a tiny rural town, Beth Ryder Knows she’s different. Still, when strange monstrosities begin cropping up in her photos, she thinks it’s a cruel joke, until she’s plunged into a world she never knew existed.

The Girl In Between ~ Laekan Kemp
Bryn Reyes is a real life sleeping beauty who spends most of her time alone in a dream world made up of her memories. Until one day a boy she’s never met before washes up on the illusory beach of her dreams with no memory of who he is.

Rune Gate ~ Mark E. Cooper
Alex Yorke is a top police clairvoyant on the edge of sanity. Living inside the heads of serial killers has taken its toll. Can she do it one last time?


  • A nice collection of stories

    By SheriAnn84
    I took the average stars of all my below reviews to come up with my overall 3 star rating. It actually worked out to be 3.2 stars. Book 1: Bad Vibrations by Christine Pope A generous 2 stars This book is filled with far too many details than what is necessary for such a weak storyline, and suffering through all those grueling details got me nothing more than a very unfulfilling and anticlimactic end. The author often interrupts conversations between 2 characters to insert the unimaginably dull thoughts of the narrator. The narrator's droning was typically so lengthy that by the time the conversation picked back up, I'd completely forgotten about what the characters were discussing. Book 2: Pisces: A Zodiac Flame Novel by Rachel Medhurst A solid 3 stars I really enjoyed reading this book. The storyline was a tad weak. I finished the book and was still a bit unclear about the mission and the upbringing of the 12 kids. A little more background would have been nice. The ending could be seen from almost the very beginning but this was still an enjoyable read with a sweet love story. A good book for a rainy day. Book 3: Beyond the Veil by Pippa DaCosta 5 stars I'm giving this 5 stars because it had me hooked from the first page and left me wanting more after the last page. Who doesn't love a good story about demons and villains and romance? I finished reading this almost 2 months ago, and it is still with me. I still remember how it began and ended. Great work! Book 4: Bitter Ashes by Sara C Roethle 5 stars The storyline here could be a little confusing, but I imagine the remainder of the series will answer any lingering questions. I thought this book was fantastic though! It has it all; mystery, intrigue, violence, romance, magic... Everything you want in a story. I can't wait to read the rest of the series. Well done, Ms. Roethle. Book 5: Deception: The Transformed, book 1 by Stacy Claflin 3 stars A nice tale of vampires and love. An enjoyable, quick read. I didn't appreciate how the author mimicked the Twilight series in many ways while also poking fun of it. It seemed a bit sad, really. However, the story did leave me wanting more and was pretty well-written. Book 6: The Legacy of the Key: Ancient Guardians by S.L. Morgan 3 stars I'm only giving this 3 stars because it took 6 or 7 chapters for the story to draw me in. Once it did, though, it was a sweet love story with some action and suspense mixed in. However, it was not good enough to make me rush to the App Store to buy the rest of the series. Book 7: Nolander by Becca Mills 1 star I'm not usually a tough critic, but for me personally, this book was just dreadful. My first thought after finishing the story was, "What a waste of time." The story is so confusing and convoluted that the author even felt the need to include a dictionary of terms and characters. Perhaps the remainder of the series would answer all the questions I have about the plot and characters, but I just don't care enough to pay for it or waste anymore time on it. I can't imagine anyone enjoying this. Book 8: The Girl In Between by Laeckan Zea Kemp 3 stars Why are so many authors so extremely long-winded? Kemp managed to take a highly intriguing and unique plot and water it down with so much extra nonsense that at times, I felt like giving up on the book altogether. I actually really love the idea for this story, but can't bring myself to continue on with the series. It was just too exhausting trying to wade through the fluff in order to get to the meat of the story. Book 9: Rune Gate by Mark E. Cooper 4 stars This book would get 5 stars from me except for one fact: I felt that the addition of all the other characters in the last 200 pages was a bit much. It became difficult to follow at that point, and I began to lose a little interest. However, while the rest of the books in this collection seem to be geared more toward young adults, I appreciated that this storyline was more solid and serious. Of the nine stories in this collection, I'd say this one is definitely in the top 3.