I Never Said I Was Brave by lookingwest
The modern country of Lugosi is home to shapeshifters, witches, vampires, and humans. Coexisting peacefully is near impossible, and five years after the start of a witch rebellion, the war between shapeshifters and witches still continues. When the witch princess creates a ring that binds shapeshifters to their natural forms, it appears the war is near its end. Yet her brother, the prince, has other plans. Traveling across Lugosi with a bound poet laureate shapeshifter and an ex-punk human woman, he seeks to stop her and his eldest brother, the witch king, a move that could damn the rest of his people and send them into a state of anarchy. And there are further complications-the prince has been turned vampire.
Immortal Sapphire by Akuwa Marene
In the mess of dealing with frightening demons and seductive goddesses, Ellya fails to realize something. Some immortals want to destroy her not because she sympathizes with humans, but because they believe their goddess is giving her Hell's throne.
The Dreamer by Devil's Playground
The Dreamer has been called a murderer, a savior, a madman, a god -- he claims to be able to destroy the world, or save it. David Leclaire seeks to uncover the truth behind the man and the myths. And as he uncovers the Dreamer's troubled past, he begins to learn that it has very real consequences in the present.
Thirteen Sins: Volume 1 - Redeemer by Dr. Self Destruct
There comes a time in all of our lives where we are called upon to confess to our sins. Whether it is behind the bars of a prison cell, or minutes before we die, we are all forced to recount our secrets and lay bare our souls to be judged. Only a few of us must attest to the crime of murder, and fewer are those that are proud of such handiwork.
Alexander Alexia has been hunted for the past four years, under the well-known guise of Miscellaneous Killer. With the blade of his knife, he has carved his mark into the souls of the corrupted, delivering them a painful fate of which he believes they deserve. But now it is Alexander who is called upon to face the consequences of his actions as he is cornered by the authorities who see him as not only a vigilante, but a dangerous menace. In order to make penance for his past transgressions, lest he be sent to Hell after his execution, Alexander finds himself the unwilling slave to forces he has thus far viewed as nothing more than incompetent fantasies.