Paranormal Romance Books on Kindle Unlimited!

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Hi everyone! So today I thought we would look at indie paranormal romance books that are available on Kindle but also free if you have Kindle Unlimited. Which book will you pick up?


The Greek Gods are real.

But they aren’t gods.

They’re faeries.

When 17-year-old Persephone accidentally stumbles upon a revel, she’s chosen as a sacrifice, but is saved from this fate when the Lord of the Underworld tricks her into becoming his companion for seven months instead. Sephy is taken to his dark palace under the earth, but the Lord of Night isn’t exactly what she expected him to be…

And neither is she.






Lyla loves her life guarding children, but she was long past due for a vacation. Like thousands of years past due. So when God orders it, Lyla’s best friend, Zimarra, drags her to the Paranormal World’s most amazing resort: Crimson Moon Hideaway. Lyla never expected to find work while on vacation or to find love with the demon father of her two young charges.Ashford had been at Crimson Moon Hideaway for a couple of weeks, ever since he had left Hell. He had grown tired of his life there, but leaving came with its own set of problems. Not only were assassins coming after him, but also for his kids. Part of the reason he chose the resort was for its close proximity to where his kids were.With the pressure heavy on the heels, the two of them must work past their differences to keep everyone safe. Can their unexpected attraction and feelings be the strength they need to save Ashford and his children?









When Eliza Owens gets a phone call in the middle of the night from a girl she’s never met, she doesn’t know what to think. The girl introduces herself as Paige, and says she used to date Erik Stern, Eliza’s fiancĂ©. What’s more, she has something important to discuss.

The only problem? Paige has been dead for years.

Believing it to be a sick prank, Eliza tries to force it from her mind until Sam, Eliza’s older sister, tells her she met Paige only a few weeks before. And, according to Sam, Paige has nothing nice to say about Erik.

The fight which follows shatters the lives of everyone involved, and Erik disappears without a trace.

Five years later, Erik returns to town after his father’s death. Old wounds quickly resurface, and with them several burning questions. None the least of which is: Who spoke to Eliza and Sam if it wasn’t Paige? And why?


Run, hide, and don't let them get you. Once SLICE gets their hands on you, there is no coming back. They take your family; they kill your friends— all in the name of some twisted scientific authority.

Jax and Jericho Masterson saw firsthand what SLICE could do when they came for their parents. Now on the run, the two are struggling to live in a world neither of them has ever experienced. Being raised off the grid in the woods of the Smokey Mountains has left them without the skills needed to deal with human society, but they will learn... the hard way.

Marris Stratford only wanted to be the best big brother any little girl could ask for. He never did anything to call attention to himself, and always tried to do the right thing. Never would he have thought to be the target of a government agency no one had ever even heard of. With a dead heart, he will save his kind, even if it kills him.

SLICE- Supernatural Laboratories for the Investigation of Chaotic Entities




Charlotte “Charlie” Nocker had always dreamed of working for the council. She just did not think the day would come before she had barely reached adulthood. However, once she had been summoned as one of twelve mages tasked to protect the Elven Princess Ameria, Charlie knew it was time to grow up and prove herself. Now she had to divide her time between her toddler charge and being one of the best crafters in the country.

Benjamin “B” Logan spent most of his nights working as a bouncer at the Smoking Cauldron, a popular bar and secrete mage hotspot. When his boss asks him to have an old artifact looked at, B is more than happy to take a few days away from the city, and the memories that came with it, to take it for repairs. However, he had no idea the importance of the artifact in question, and, in order to get it fixed, meant putting himself in a position to not only save his own hide but that of the young artificer and her toddler charge.

What started out as a normal job soon became a fight for survival. Neither of them expected others were looking for the artifact and were now in charge of the protection two precious possessions. With assassins coming from every angle, all Charlie and B know is the only way to survive and keep the Princess safe is to come together.



He’s a Guardian, sworn to protect the creatures of lore.
She’s a human who can’t remember her past.
WEAK. BROKEN. ROGUE.
That’s how Thane Marrok, wolf shifter, and soldier in the elite organisation known as The Guardians, sees himself - forced to live a lonely and tortured existence after witnessing the death of his family at the hands of humans. When he's forced to return to the place where all his nightmares began, he comes face to face with an unfamiliar human female who triggers the wolf’s deepest, darkest desires.
Can Thane put his past behind him and be the protector, and lover, that Anya needs? Or will he succumb to his hatred of her kind, and lose the woman meant to be his for eternity?
HUNTED. GUARDED. BETRAYED.
Anya Shaw leads a quiet, uneventful existence until the appearance of a black wolf turns her life upside down. Now she's involved in a world she never knew existed, hunted for reasons she doesn't understand, and guarded by a man she never expected.
Can she unlock the secrets of her past, and her heart, in time to tame the wolf and save Thane from himself? Or will the hunters get there first, destroying any hope they have left?



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Josh de Lioncourt- check out his fantasy books!
Charles Edward Williams- check out his Roman fiction book
D. M. Wright- check out his horror comedy books and romantic comedy book about dating
Cherron Riser- check out her romance and paranormal romance books
Nooria Tokhi- check out her adult fiction novel
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Lacey Krauch- check out her fantasy romance book
Sarah Spookychild- check out her suspense romance books: Rightly Wrong or Wrongly Right and Open the Door, Let the Sun in and her sci-fi romance, Ground Zero.
Ruth Mini- check out her YA romance books
Dorian J. Sinnott- check out his horror books and short story and poetry collections
R. G. Roberts- check out her sci-fi books and fantasy Kindle Vella
Rachael DK- check out her memoir and poetry book
MJ Hutto- check out her fantasy books
Tim Ruel- check out his sci-fi book and author website
Erik S. Meyers- check out his historical fiction book and author website
Melissa Stone- check out her YA urban fantasy series and adult fantasy series
Barry Ryerson- check out his middlegrade fantasy book
Jon Herrera- check out his middlegrade fantasy series
Emma Jordan- check out her vampire rom-com book
Adam Gaffen- check out his author website and latest sci-fi book
Kasia Metkowski- check out her blog and serialised story
Mark Piggott- check out his fantasy book and author website
Arbor Winter Barrow- check out their YA sci-fi books and poetry book
IJC Writing- check out their blog and fantasy book
Jeanna Louise Skinner- check out her paranormal romance book
Michael Westmoreland- check out his fantasy book
Meg Radiant- check out her sci-fi book and author website
Gayle Ramage- check out her sci-fi novella and weird speculative short story collection
Tangela Williams-Spann- check out her book, Sad, Black, and Fat: Musings From The Intersection and her author website
Karen Telling- check out her autobiographical stories of living in the Algarve- book 1 and book 2
Ismael S Rodriguez Jr- check out his poetry books- The Darkness and the Light and Alma Solitaria
J.D. Cunegan- check out his contemporary fantasy book: Notna and Bounty (sci-fi detective series)
Breanna Bright- check out her horror paranormal fantasy book: The Shepherd and the Horned Girl
Kyle Baxter- check out his gay romance novels!
R. L. Hanslow- check out her children's books
K.M. Harding- check out her romance book
Misa Buckley- check out her sci-fi romance and paranormal romance book
Izzy Matias- check out her YA contemporary book and one of her blog posts
Adam Peter Johnson- check out his sci-fi dystopian book
Phannie- check out her blog and follow her on Twitter
O. J. BarrĂ©- check out her fantasy books- The Awen Trilogy and The Druids of Marduk
Rebecca Rose- check out her family saga book 1 and book 2
Mellie Miller- paranormal romance writer, check out her author page and website
Maria Blackrane- follow her on Twitter for updates on her upcoming dark adult fantasy
Sara R. Cleveland- check out her fantasy romance books
Steven Neil- check out his historical fiction book
Casey Bell- check out his books: A Family of Strangers and 4Score
Alan K. Dell- check out his sci-fi books: From the Grave of the Gods and The Re-Emergence
Kyt Wright- check out his author page and website
Denise O. Eaton- check out her fantasy books website and book 1 in her fantasy series
Tea Spangsberg- check out their fantasy book and author website
Harrison Murphy- check out his thriller book and follow him on Twitter 
Ellie Yarde- check out her romance book and book blog
Candice Zee- check out her YA fantasy book and website
Richard Holeman- check out his horror book and website
Pumpernickel House Publishing- check out their website and journal issue 1
Katherine Macdonald- check out her Hades and Persephone retelling and author website
Elisha Bugg- check out her paranormal romance book and linktree with all her links
EeJay Enekwa- check out her contemporary romance book
Fiona Forsyth- check out her historical fiction book set in Rome
Randeletta Howson- check out her YA fantasy
J. S. Gordon- check out his sci-fi book

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