Here is today's selection of free and bargain Kindle books!
Vampire Takeover, by Jez Strider. (Still free?)
Young Preston Mitchell learns about love and survival as the world around him succumbs to vampires, in this coming-of-age thriller from Jez Strider. Free today.
"I enjoyed this book very much. It was a quick read; I finished it the same day I started it. The vampires are more like those in the movie 30 Days of Night rather than the ones in True Blood or Twilight. They're scary and they've taken over the human world. The survival mode of the charactrs is aken to that in shows like The Walking Dead. It's filled with adreneline, fear, and love. it's a high-impact story because everything is about survival, and the little things become way more important than they ever were. At its base, it's a love story that makes you remember what the important things in life are and makes you thankful for what we have." -- Amazon reviewer
173 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 7 reviews.
Noble Intentions: Season Two (Episodes 6-10), by L.T. Ryan. (Still 0.99?)
Everyone believes Jack Noble is dead - except for three people, and one of them wants to finish him off. Another fast-paced suspense thriller in the Jack Noble series from L.T. Ryan. All five-star reviews, and 99 cents today.
"Bigger, better, and badder than ever! Season 2 of Noble Intentions explores the repercussions of what happened in season 1. Jack has to get back on his feet and get back into the swing of things, even if he doesn't want to. All of our favorite characters are back, and we get to see what they've been up to during Jack's absence. In some instances, it will definitely surprise you. This season covers another great story arc, and we get to delve deeper into the lives of the characters we've come to know and love. The end of the book leads into season 3 seamlessly, and I for one am highly anticipating the next episode!" -- Amazon reviewer
452 pages, with a 5-star rating from 29 reviews.
Suicide Note, by Teresa Mummert. (Still 0.99?)
A heartwrenching story of love in the midst of hardships, from best-selling author Teresa Mummert. Over 200 five-star reviews, and 99 cents today.
"Suicide Note is hands down one of the BEST books that I have EVER read!!" - For the Love of Books
"Suicide Note is one of the most AMAZING novels I have ever read!!!" - Flirty and Dirty Book Blog
"This book was so incredible, I cried A LOT, I smiled, I loved and I devoured this book." - Swoon Worthy Books
260 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 253 reviews.
Saved by the Enemy, by Craig Ledbetter. (Still 0.99?)
This true story recounts the experiences of two young Jewish boys as they struggle for survival in Nazi Germany - and find hope for their safety in brave and caring Germans. Well-researched, and beautifully told.
"Could not put it down. I just didn't realize the magnitude of what those two boys had to go through. So sad to realize what can really happen in this world." -- Amazon reviewer
180 pages, with a 4-star rating from 37 reviews.
The Smartest Horse in Texas (The Traherns #2), by Nancy Radke. (Still 0.99?)
In this Civil War love story, a stallion owned by Trey Trehern is has been "borrowed" by his cousin Matthew - who now seeks to return the horse after love brings about a change in his heart.
"This is a charming story of two young people facing challenging times and surviving--together. Mathew Trahern has survived the Civil War and is heading North looking for work and a new life. When his horse Hero (appropriately named) is stolen, Mathew runs into a beautiful young woman who like Mathew has faced hard times. Dawn was captured by Indians and lived away from white people for eight years. When she is "re" captured, she doesn't fit in either culture. Mathew and Dawn are drawn together by their love for horses and their instinctual understanding that they belong together. In a time and place that is filled with hardship these two principled people overcome the challenges and fall in love. All because of the "Smartest Horse in Texas." A short, sweet love story." -- Amazon reviewer
103 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 10 reviews.
The Woman, by David Bishop. (Still 0.99?)
Top of the mystery charts this month! Day-trader Lisa Darby is attacked one night in a west coast small town - where someone is operating an "off the books" intelligence service, a police officer knows more than he should about the newcomers to the town, and professional hit men are turning up dead.
"I especially like a good conspiracy story. When you add murder, attempted murder, chase scenes and imaginative plotting that keeps me guessing I am happy. This one delivers all of that and includes a great road trip." -- Amazon reviewer
342 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 120 reviews.
After: The Shock, by Scott Nicholson. (Still 0.99?)
Rachel Wheeler struggles for survival after a devastating solar storm has wreaked havoc to our world... and created a terrifying mutant form of humans. From thriller master Scott Nicholson... and 99 cents for a limited time!
"Scott Nicholson's take on the Zombie craze is entertaining and keeps me turning the pages despite my need for sleep. For one thing, we actually know what caused the Zapheads to come into existence. I came to care for the well-developed main characters very quickly and enjoyed the exploration of how living through something like that might affect their morals and test the foundations of who they thought they were. Great read, and so glad there is more to look forward to!" -- Amazon reviewer
258 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 88 reviews.
Night Blind, by Michael W. Sherer. (Still 0.99?)
Seattle delivery-man Blake Sanders stops a woman from her suicide attempt... then finds himself framed for murder. Weaving threads through history and across the world, Michael Sherer will keep you on the edge of your seat in this bestselling thriller.
"Night Blind is a study in contrasts- both a complex international thriller and a tightly woven wrongfully accused mystery, with storylines that crackle with intensity before they collide in a shower of sparks. Michael Sherer has crafted an original and compelling character in Blake Sanders. Pay attention. You won't want to miss a word." -- J.T. Ellison, bestselling author of A Deeper Darkness
421 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 102 reviews.
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