Camp Arcanum by Josef Matulich

Marc Sindri and his two friends travel to Arcanum, their task to construct a renaissance faire in only seven months. With the deadline hanging over their heads, they try to work around the many distractions - from the mysterious woman who wants to hold a Wiccan celebration on their land, to the locals who seem to know their every move. Events escalate as Marc gains the attention of Jeremiah Stone, and with time closing in, conflict with the demonologist can only have severe consequences.

A Taste of Blood Wine by Freda Warrington (2015 Review)

Charlotte Neville is stuck within a life where she simply watches from the sidelines, too afraid to do anything more. Her sisters are nothing like her, they know how to enjoy what's to offer and actually make themselves noticed. Charlotte's sense of safety crumbles however, when a stranger enters her life and befriends her family. They seem to adore him, but there's something about him that just feels wrong and Charlotte is doomed to find out the truth...

Broken Heart by Tammy Faith (2016 Review)

Phoebe Stephen's life drastically changes when she awakes from an attack - an attack she can't remember. Giving in to the fear, to the emotional insecurities, she strives to keep it hidden from all who care for her. But such brutal violence takes its toll and can't remain hidden for long, especially when love is at stake.

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