Virtually Mine: a love story, by Susan Rohrer. (Still free?)
Ahhh, here's a sweet romantic comedy from romance novelist and screenwriter Susan Rohrer. Enjoy this whimsy read, free today!
"The timing of this book couldn't be more perfect with Valentine's Day on the horizon. love story with much humor - I laughed a lot! I could identify with some characters all too well as I reflected on my own life and how I have handled various relationships. This book was a great reminder to me that love is not so much about finding the "right" person as it is about being the right person. It also reminded me of keeping an open heart and mind as I interact with people, for in doing so I never know what may come of various beginnings. Who knows, maybe one day a beginning may have no ending!" -- Debbie, Amazon reviewer
212 pages, with a 5-star rating from 10 reviews.
Harem, by Colin Falconer. (Still free?)
From the prolific Colin Falconer comes this compelling work of historical fiction. An absorbing read, praised for its intelligent writing and breakneck pace. Free today!
"Wonderful speculative history! Colin weaves a vivid tapestry of the medieval turkish world. This story is an engaging story of a female slave using her wits and charms to survive and ultimately win the right as the Sultan's consort. Her mastery of political deception is diabolocal and her revenge sweet. Her son takes the throne but it was not of the Sultan's blood - thus ensuring the fall of the Ottoman Empire. This was all Colin's speculation, but who knows the truth may not be so removed from this afterall. Great and wonderful." -- Amazon reviewer
562 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 13 reviews.
The Girl and the Genie, by E. M. Lilly. (Still free?)
This delightful work of urban fantasy romance will leave you with a smile. Free today!
"This story was definitely a very different twist on the Genie in a bottle scenario. A very lighthearted and fun book to read. With a little magical love along the way. A recommended light easy read." -- Amazon reviewer
219 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 23 reviews.
Need to Breathe, by Tara Staley. (Still $0.99?)
Read the book description below and prepare to download! This creative work is richly praised and looks to be a great addition to your collection of southern literature. Bargain-priced today at $0.99!
Typical review: "NEED TO BREATHE will hold appeal for women's fiction readers who like their prose on the lively-and-literary side, or anyone seeking an inventive, engrossing, well-crafted story."
"A good Southern story is set in a place as realistic and vivid as the characters are colorful and meaningful, yet it's the author's voice that gives Southern fiction its distinctive flavor. From this trinity of setting, character and voice comes Tara Staley's debut novel, NEED TO BREATHE. Where else but a town called Union Cross, North Carolina can a guardian angel named Millie Rose look over the premature infant of a dysfunctional teenage couple? When that premature infant is born with chemical burns across her body, her lungs bursting to breathe, it's Millie Rose who gets beside her and chants, "you need to breathe." After several harrowing minutes of neonatal heroics, breathe she does. The miracle of breath fills her lungs, pumps her heart and haunts her imagination throughout her life. The American South has produced some of the world's finest writers and NEED TO BREATHE secures Tara Staley's place among them." -- Carolyn Bass, Amazon reviewer
367 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 18 reviews.
Worse Than Being Alone, by Patricia Clark. (Still free?)
Kitti and Roni are low-level private investigators, who get pulled into a dangerous case that twists and turns them into peril. Get this mystery free today!
"This is my first read from Patricia Clark but it won't be the last. The crime-solving duo found here are lovable, funny and smart. This book should appeal to any cozy mystery fan. There are enough sub-plots to hold your interest until the end. The book is well-written and edited. It doesn't appear that this book is part of a series, but I certainly hope it becomes so. A good lightweight summer read!" -- Amazon reviewer
271 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 11 reviews.
Ghost in the Machine (Scott Cullen Mysteries 1), by Ed James. (Still free?)
This mystery is the first in the Scott Cullen series - and free today. A missing persons case turns into a hunt for a murderer - and the killer is using the Internet to lure victims.
"A snappy, quick-moving, well plotted police procedural that gives us an involving puzzle and an approachable protagonist. Set in Edinburgh, Scotland, the slang and idioms take a little getting used to for the US reader, but this does not hinder enjoyment of the story or understanding of the characters. Along with suspense and an engrossing plot it gave me a strong sense of the frustration felt by a character committed to doing his job well while being hindered by his own relative powerlessness and the relentlessly self-serving attitudes of both colleagues and superiors. DC Cullen is a character who will be very interesting to learn about as the series develops and he learns about himself." -- Amazon reviewer
368 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 16 reviews.
Necessary Detour, by Kim Hornsby. (Still free?)
A highly-rated romantic suspense, in which rocker Goldy flees a stalker, and becomes fascinated with a mysterious neighbor. Free today!
"OK, so I probably shouldn't admit I like this sort of thing, but I read the Dream Jumper which I really liked and then picked this one up as well. What can I say, I'm hooked! Interesting, vivid characters and a break from the predictable romance plot. Can't wait for her next piece of magic." -- Harry Samkage, Amazon reviewer
5-star rating from 5 reviews.
Low Jinks on the High Seas, by Charles Locks. (Still free?)
This highly-rated mystery / thriller is free today!
"Set in the Virgin Islands with locals mixing it up with the visitors in ways that seem to make no sense, until it all comes together in a regatta - that winds up having little to do with boat racing and everything to do with ... well, that would be too much of a spoiler. I haven't read Mr. Locks' previous award winning book, 'Greater Trouble in the Lessor Antilles' but after reading this very enjoyable book I certainly will." -- Eldon Kimball, Amazon reviewer
318 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 5 reviews.
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