Here is today's selection of free and bargain Kindle books!
Lord of the Abbey (Lords of Avalon Series), by K. R. Richards. (Still free?)
This historical romance is a free download today!
"I loved this book. K.R. Richards keeps you emotionally entertained and wanting to what happens next. With her words she creates a want and yearning to be one of her cast of characters. I love the strength that is drawn by the Archangel, Michael, and role he plays into the story. Just lovely. Richards does her research and puts it to words in a very entertaining way that intermingles fiction with reality. This story takes you on a journey of love, sex, mystery, and action. What a ride!" -- S.J. Abbey, Amazon reviewer
403 pages, with a 4-star rating from 23 reviews.
Southern Strife: A Novel of Racial Tension in the 1960's, by Valerie Stocking. (Still free?)
15 five-star reviews for this powerful coming-of-age story, set in the racially-charged south of the 1960s. Free for your download today!
"An absorbing tale of innocence lost. It's a brilliantly paced story of a 12 year girl struggling to survive life with her mentally disabled mother in a small southern town in the 1960's. The mother loses control of her thoughts and the daughter is tossed about by the whims of an unstable mind and the violence of an unstable community. The child's only friend, a bi-racial boy, is threatened by the murderous small town Ku Klux Klan and the community members who support this group. Her life in fictional Willets Point seems doomed to failure, but, true to her name, Joy Bradford rises above her situation and finds hope amid chaos. This is a must read for those interested in the civil rights era in the United States and for those who enjoy coming of age stories." -- Tower Lowe, Amazon reviewer
435 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 28 reviews.
To the Princess Bound (Terms of Mercy), by Sara King. (Still free?)
Sara King's Sci-Fi romance is powerful and evocative. 19 five-star reviews, and available for free today.
Caution: this novel has some intense graphic scenes.
"Sara King is great with detail and background of her characters. As the opening line of the synopsis says, "Sometimes, Life leads us where we need to go," and that is so true for each of these characters. Dragomir's spirit of compassion and humbleness tugged at my heart and his overall patience with Victory was amazing and at times a little maddening. Victory is spoiled, but that is how she is supposed to be for the story to progress and Sara did wonderfully." -- M. Anweiller, Amazon reviewer
345 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 24 reviews.
An Appointment With Murder (A Sarah Woods Mystery), by Jennifer L. Jennings. (Still $0.99?)
Today's bargain book, at $0.99 (reduced from $2.99), is part of the Sarah Woods mystery series.
"An Appointment with Murder follows Sarah Woods, who embarks on a quest to discover the truth behind the murder of her assistant. Jennings' writing is captivating, raw and thrilling (and on several occasions downright funny)!
Living within each page is a multitude of twists and angles that keeps the reader guessing: WHO DID IT?! Just when I thought I'd figured out who was behind it all, she'd throw me for a loop. Jennings has a knack for drawing us in and painting a vivid picture of her character's world. A world I didn't want to leave." -- L. M. Stull, Amazon reviewer
188 pages, with a 4-star rating from 32 reviews.
The Information Thieves, by ML Katz. (Still free?)
Free today, here's a new apocalyptic thriller from the author of Raft People!
"I found it to be one of the most enjoyable adventure novels I have read in quite a long time. This book brings you into its story little by little and by the time you are halfway through you simply cannot put it down. I could really empathize with the characters, I found them all to be well developed and very relatable. The universe the story is set in is truly unique and absorbing really bringing you into the story.
Overall a terrific read, highly recommended to any post-apocalypse / adventure fans out there." -- Jeffrey H., Amazon reviewer
4.8-star rating from 5 reviews.
Rex Cresting (Elei's Chronicles), by Chrystalla Thoma. (Still free?)
A Sci-Fi dystopian novel, with a 4.9-star rating, this book is free today!
"I read and enjoyed Rex Rising as well, and I loved the way the characters continued to develop in this book. They become deeper, and we learn new things about who they are and why they do what they do. As ever, Ms. Thoma's writing style is evocative and poetic. It really pulled me into the story. There are some really wonderful moments, some funny, some tense, some sweet, and I'm totally intrigued by the new aspects of the plot and how it's all going to turn out! I can't wait for the next book!" -- Mary, Amazon reviewer
259 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 7 reviews.
The War Gate, by Chris Stevenson. (Still free?)
Yours free today, this paranormal romance was given a 5-star rating by Aurora Reviews.
"Leave it to Chris Stevenson, master of the imagination, to put a new and unique twist on an old and established genre -- time travel.
"The War Gate" is as surprising as it is entertaining, containing a fantastical slew of heroes, villains, gods and magicians, all wrapped into one of the most unusual and absorbing story lines I've seen in a while. After all, it's not everyday that a character gives birth to herself, while earning the assistance and admiration of a god in the process.
Time travel is only part of the story. The War Gate is really a paranormal murder mystery filled with enough twists and turns to defy even time, and it is fueled by a sadistic killer who is truly scary and not for the squeamish. Will magic prevail over madness?" -- Jim S. Melvin, Amazon reviewer
332 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 2 reviews.
A Little Magic, by Valerie Gillen. (Still free?)
This book, free today, is part of the Winter Escapes YA fantasy promo, running from December 7th thru 14th. The promo includes free books, sale-priced books, and a raffle. More info is available at www.yafantasybooks.com.
"This novella was a delightful read. I would target it mostly for the middle school/YA crowd as the storyline, characters and writing seemed perfect for that group. As an adult I still found the story engaging. I liked the typical good vs. evil approach and felt interested in the characters, especially Siobhan and Alicia. I think that this story could be fleshed out into a full fledged novel, and if handled correctly, even a good YA series." -- Lyn Meadows, Amazon reviewer
140 pages, with a 4-star rating from 5 reviews.
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