Step into the mystical realm of our favorite paranormal women’s fiction eBooks! In this genre, women take center stage, harnessing supernatural powers, uncovering hidden truths, and facing otherworldly challenges.
Join us as we explore the captivating world of paranormal women’s fiction! Discover these must-read eBooks that will transport you to realms where magic and mystery intertwine with the strength and resilience of remarkable female protagonists.
Silver Spells by Kate Moseman
Luella Campbell is having the weirdest day ever. Getting fired from her job at the sunscreen factory for no good reason is bad enough, but when a mysterious dog brings a tempest into her former workplace, Luella’s life is completely upended by the sudden gift of wild and windy magical powers. With the help of her ride-or-die best friends, her motorcycle-riding mother, and a romantic blast from the past, Luella must find a way to make ends meet while unlocking the mysteries of her newfound magic… and the secrets hidden in the picturesque town of Sparkle Beach. Sometimes, an empty nest means it’s your turn to fly.
What People Are Saying: “Silver Spells is a new, different take on the Paranormal Women’s Fiction genre and although the women in the book may be a bit on the young side than the usual age of women in the genre, their adventures and misadventures are fun to follow nonetheless.” – K Young, B&N Reviewer
Throwing Shade by Deborah Wilde
Miriam Feldman is mastering her midlife crisis, juggling boredom, invisibility, and post-divorce life. When her best friend disappears in a vampire entanglement, she unleashes potent shadow magic in a furious rage. With a talkative golem and a grumpy French wolf shifter, she races to rescue her friend and protect loved ones from her ominous past. Caught in supernatural power struggles, she’s a librarian over forty determined to transform invisibility into strength.
What People Are Saying: “I enjoyed this book immensely and look forward to the next book in this series.” – c j mchardy, B&N Reviewer
What Devilry Is This? by Sam Cheever
Midlife chaos strikes with a real bat in my belfry, dark woods, and a mysterious neighbor who knows too much. Plus, my best friends are witches! Life’s become an unexpected carnival ride, and midlife isn’t going as planned. But I’ve got my granny panties and a firm grip; what could go wrong?
What People Are Saying: “What a romp! Sam Cheever brings us a break from reality that is more than welcomed in this odd and stressful spring. There is a little romance, a few strong, independent women, a lovable dachshund named Monty, and a few witches, werewolves, gnomes, and fairies to fill in the blanks.” – brf1948, B&N Reviewer
Secrets of the Greek Revival by Eva Pohler
Ellen and her two best friends share a mid-life crisis by hatching a plan to renovate an 1860’s Greek revival in the nearby historic district of San Antonio. Although Ellen isn’t one to believe in ghosts, she comes face to face with something inexplicable in the attic. Her ghost-enthusiast friends convince her that they must help the spirit find closure, and as they dig deeper into the past, they uncover a shocking history that someone in the neighborhood doesn’t want exposed. But Ellen and her friends don’t give up easily. They realize they’ve been called to give voice to the invisible women who suffered behind the walls of the house for decades.
What People Are Saying: “I found this story interesting to keep me flipping the pages and the characters likable… This is the first book in this series so maybe you get more depth on Ellen, Tanya and Sue as it progresses in the next book of this series.” – BossAngel, B&N Reviewer
Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter
Robin Brannon was a normal wife, mom, and antique-shop owner until a brush with death turned her day-to-day life upside down. Now she and her two best friends are seeing things that belong in a fantasy novel. Ghosts. Visions. Omens of doom. Added to that, Robin’s marriage is on the rocks, her grandmother’s health is failing, her mother is driving away the customers at her shop, her teenage daughter refuses to get her driver’s license, and her left knee aches every darn morning. Robin doesn’t have the time, energy, or knees to unearth the secrets buried at the bottom of Glimmer Lake, but fate doesn’t seem to care. Some secrets are just dying to be exposed.
What People Are Saying: “If you like intrigue, mystery & history all rolled together with a bit of magic mixed in then you should really give this book a chance – I really think you would thoroughly enjoy it. Elizabeth Hunter definitely has a new fan! I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book.” – Msavino, B&N Reviewer
Wrong Side of Forty by Jana Deleon
Marina Trahan’s life takes a chaotic turn when she catches her husband with another woman, and she’s grappling with midlife challenges. Amidst her family and career woes, a stranger named Alexios claims she’s descended from a goddess and must save the world within a week. To her surprise, Marina embarks on a quest for a powerful magical item that reveals surprising truths about her and could determine the world’s fate.
What People Are Saying: “The book is written well. The characters are funny and dead on. I would advise anyone who enjoys humor to read.” – Debra Nowlin, B&N Reviewer
Nothing Good Happens After Midnight by Lori Handeland
A mother’s worst nightmare unfolds when her daughter, Jenna, goes missing from college, possibly due to her late husband’s political connections. Teaming up with an FBI agent, they uncover a sex trafficking operation run by two rival werewolf packs. These packs are in a brutal struggle to replace their decimated female breeders due to a deadly virus. Jenna harbors a secret, which complicates their predicament. And her mother is determined to save her from becoming a sacrificial mate. The story unfolds in the midst of a civil werewolf war with conflicting motives.
What People Are Saying: “This book is filled with laughter, tears, and above all great writing, and I can’t wait to see where we’re going in the next book as the ending was very interesting; that’s one of the things I didn’t see coming, and the one character at the end…well, read this and find out.” – PenKay, B&N Reviewer
Borrowed Time by L.A. Boruff
I’ve always known I was adopted. It never mattered much…until my birth mother died. I inherited a new power from the mysterious woman. But now she’s dead and I, despite the fact that I have exactly zero training, I’m the next time-traveling assassin. Don’t get excited. The job sounds glamorous, but it comes with a huge learning curve and plenty of mishaps. Then there’s having to actually assassinate people. That part sucks. It could be worse. I could still be working retail.
What People Are Saying: This book takes turning forty to a whole new level, blending elements of “Witches of Eastwick” with a dose of “Black Widow.”
Hawt Flash by Blair Bryan
Turning 50 is supposed to be a milestone, but for Katie Beaumont, it’s the beginning of a supernatural adventure that will change her life forever. Devastated by her husband’s infidelity, Katie discovers she possesses powers beyond her wildest dreams. But as she embarks on a journey of explosive self-discovery, a century of ancestral secrets begins to unravel and threatens to upend everything she thought she knew. Guided by her sassy best friend, a talking dog, and a ball-busting lawyer, Katie embraces her new life. But she soon realizes that her magical abilities come with a price and enemies who will stop at nothing to claim them.
What People Are Saying: “This was such a fun twist on paranormal fiction and drawing on history for parts of it made it a fun read.” – Anonymous, B&N Reviewer
Second Chance Magic by Michelle M. Pillow
So far, Lorna Addams’ forties are not what she expected. After a very public embarrassment, she finds it difficult to trust her judgment when it comes to new friendships and dating. She might be willing to give love a second chance when she meets the attractive William Warrick, if only she could come to terms with what her husband did to her and leave it in the past. How is a humiliated empty nest widow supposed to move on with her life? It’s not like she can develop a sixth sense, séance her ex back, force him to tell her why and give her closure. Or can she?
What People Are Saying: “So this story isn’t what I expected and I am pleasantly glad it wasn’t. Powerful emotion and modern events with magic added into the mix. What a great compilation of creativity for a middle age female!” – Lisa Clover, B&N Reviewer
Midlife Wolf Bite by Carissa Andrews
Bitten by a dying Alpha, I’m thrust into a werewolf pack’s civil war, facing tough decisions about my new powers and an unexpected attraction to the pack’s Omega, all while protecting my kids from supernatural threats. As a middle-aged mom, I’m determined to take charge and lead the pack to safety.
What People Are Saying: Capturing the essence of a sassy midlife heroine and weaving humor, suspense, and heart-pounding romance into every page. This book is tailor-made for women over forty who crave thrilling supernatural adventures and relatable characters who defy age stereotypes.
Halfway There by Eve Langlais
Facing a midlife crisis after a sudden divorce request, I embark on a do-over, moving into my grandma’s cottage. Strange occurrences unfold, from mysterious books to disappearing neighbors, all while I forge new friendships and confront a family curse. Together, we’ll navigate this peculiar journey and reclaim my second chance at life.
What People Are Saying: “Loved the story and characters. can’t wait for the next one.” – Barbara Hatcher, B&N Reviewer
Mad as a Hatter by Iris Leigh
Seeking a little excitement in life can sometimes lead to trouble. At 37-years-old, life is good but not great. It’s missing a little spark, so it’s high time I do something to rectify that. A move across the country to the town my grandparents called home is exactly what I’ve been missing. I’ll embrace my magic, reopen their shop, and hope I don’t get run out of a town. The good people of Snowton Heights believe the Wayward curse has returned with a vengeance. That might be true, but before I can find out for sure, I have another problem that needs my attention. A dead body on my front doorstep could derail my quest for a new life.
What People Are Saying: This is an intriguing tale of a fresh start, rediscovered magic, and unexpected mysteries unfolds.
Here to Slay by Amy Cissell
When 50-year-old Charlie Williams buys the winery of her dreams, she thought her vessel—wine not sailing—had come in. Sure, there’d been a couple supernatural snafus, but that was behind her. Then she’s ambushed at home by two vampires. Avoiding the truth won’t work anymore. The vampires are back, and accepting her calling as a middle-aged Buffy is the only way to save her business—and stay alive. Charlie’s dreams of wine-making success are disappearing faster than a glass of chardonnay at a garden party. Unfortunately, the vampires keep raising the stakes. How much more can her life suck? She’s about to find out…
What People Are Saying: “Mystery, mayhem, twists and turns with women who embraced who they were meant to be. I enjoyed it and can’t wait to see what’s in store for Charlie and friends and her winery.” – Lab Mom, B&N Reviewer
Carpe Demon by J. Kenner
Kate Connor, your average mom with a big secret, faces an unexpected demon problem after catching sight of one in WalMart, forcing her out of retirement. She must battle demons, protect her family, and maintain her secret past, all while dealing with her everyday domestic life. With her motherly and demon-hunting skills, Kate intends to seize the day and rid her town of demons.
What People Are Saying: “I love this book and the other Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom, being a not very good soccer mom (not of the demon hunting variety) it appeals to me in on every level!” – Sleathycat, B&N Reviewer