Monday, April 29, 2013

Bargain Kindle books! (Monday Apr 29)

Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!

The Absolutely Amazing Adventures of Agent Auggie Spinoza, by Steven Stickler. (Still 2.99?)

This fun book features ten year old Auggie - a time traveling special agent. This best seller is geared toward middle-school kids, but is a fun read for anyone looking for historical adventure!

"The story of Agent Auggie was funny and unique. It was a magical world that was discovered by a boy, wherein he met magical people and a lot of magical things happened afterwards. Steven Stickler has written the book so well that not only kids will love but adults as well. Worth reading!:) " -- Amazon reviewer

An Amazon TOP 20 bestseller (Children's Mystery and Spy Stories, Jan. 2013)

Warning: if you enjoy romantic tales about princesses dressed in pink, DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!

Auggie Spinoza is a ten-year-old boy with a secret: he is a special agent who can travel through time. Now, he finds himself locked in a desperate battle against evil forces trying to change the course of history. To defeat them, Auggie must pursue a dangerous quest to find a set of mysterious clues hidden in the past.

With the help of a clever new friend and advice from a cast of famous characters with names like Jefferson, Darwin, and Plato, Auggie fights to fulfill his destiny and save his world from ruin. Along the way, he learns the importance of thinking clearly and shows the awesome power of a code-breaking, book-loving, time-traveling ten-year-old with a talent for being in the right place at the right time (and doing the right thing).

Fans of Rick Riordan, The 39 Clues, and The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel will delight in this action-packed and thought-provoking adventure through history.

177 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 26 reviews.

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Some Like It Hotter, by Deb Stover. (Still 0.99?)

Here's another time travel story that's meant for adults; this book has romance, suspense and adventure. This highly rated novel is only 99 cents today!

"In fact, this story takes the place of honor on my keeper shelf as my all-time favorite book. I saw it referred to somewhere online as "Dirty Harry Meets Scarlett O'Hara." That pretty well sums it up." -- Amazon reviewer

Natchez detective, Mike Faricy, is living a nightmare.

First, his partner and best friend is killed in a shootout.

Then a strange man appears at the precise moment Mike offers to sell his soul in exchange for his partner's life. Before Mike can blink, the man promises him the chance to change June 19th, the day before the killing.

Who can blame Mike for at least trying? But he should have read the fine print.

Now Mike is facing a knockout woman in Civil War-era garb who insists it is June 19th, all right...1865!

A man out of time. A woman out of options.

5 Stars! – Affair de Coeur

"A tremendous time travel romance... brilliantly crafted... great work from a rising star!" ~Affaire de Coeur
"With a number of wonderful surprises and startling revelations, Some Like it Hotter sets Ms. Stover apart. You'll be delighted with her sexy, creative, humorous and poignant trip back in time!" ~Romantic Times Book Club
"Fun, fast-paced, sexy... sizzling passion... a terrific read." ~Kristin Hannah, Best-selling author
"An exciting page-turner from a talented author. In addition to suspense, romance, and humor, this book has a heart of pure gold." ~Susan Wiggs,Best-selling author

A Willing Spirit
Citizen Daisy
Mulligan Stew - The Mulligans, Book 1
Mulligan Magic – The Mulligans, Book 2

Once Upon a Time, Deb Stover wanted to be Lois Lane, until she discovered Clark Kent is a fraud and there is no Superman. Since publication of Shades of Rose in 1995, Stover has received dozens of awards for her cross-genre fiction, including 1997, 1999, and 2009 Pikes Peak Romance Writers' Author of the Year. For more information, please visit .

384 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 12 reviews.

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Winter Fire, by Kathy Fischer-Brown. (Still 2.99?)

Set during the Revolutionary War, this historical romance finds Ethan and Zara falling in love, but wary of each other at the same time. She is Native - he is white; will their cultural differences be too much to overcome?

"This is a carefully made, old-fashioned romantic historical, the kind discerning fans of the genre of a certain age cut their teeth on. It's written with taste, feeling and an excellent grasp of the political, moral and social realities of frontier life in late 18th Century America. If that sounds too daunting, rest assured that it is also a deeply moving love story about two lost souls who--against all the odds--find each other in the midst of the hardships and horrors of the Revolutionary War." -- Amazon reviewer

When Ethan Caine pulled the unconscious woman from the half-frozen creek, he had no idea that his world was about to explode. Dressed in quilled doeskin of Iroquois design, she stirred up dark secrets from his past. At the same time, she was everything he desired. But she was more Indian than white, and on the run for murder. He needed to know the truth. He needed to find it within himself to trust her.

Banished by the Seneca Indians who had adopted and raised her, ostracized by the whites in the settlement, Zara Grey wanted only to be accepted. “Ethancaine” treated her with kindness and concern. It was easy to trust him. But her Indian ways disturbed him, and her heart she would always be Seneca.
292 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 13 reviews.

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Kissing the Captain (The Roses of Ridgeway), by Kianna Alexander. (Still 0.99?)

In 1800's California, a 26-acre farm is willed to a young black woman, Lilly Warren - the condition is that she must have joint ownership with a Spanish captain she's never met. Amidst the strife of their new situation, sparks fly between them. Check out this historical romance for $0.99!

"Love the story. l love that it had action, romance, and the time period.l like that it was not just a love story, It had drama and action to keep my curiosity." -- Amazon reviewer

In 1879, near the small northern California town of Ridgeway, Lilly Warren is a young black woman who has recently lost her father. There is little time for mourning, though, as the responsibility of running the twenty-six acre farm now belongs to her. To make matters even more complex, her father has deeded the house and the land to her in his will with an interesting condition: that she share the land with a person she's never met, or forfeit ownership.
Ricardo Benigno is a Spanish captain of the Anna Juanita, a shipping vessel bringing spices and oils to the shores of California. Seeking out the farm of his old friend Leonard Warren, he discovers that the older man has passed away. To his surprise, Ricardo has also been willed joint ownership of Warren land, as long as he shares it with Lilly, Warren's only child.
The attraction between them is instant, and they both agree that marriage is the only acceptable way they can share the land. But can two people from such different worlds learn to love each other, or will Lilly's heart be broken if she dares to kiss the captain?

174 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 6 reviews.

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Continuance, by Marta Tandori. (Still 2.99?)

When a little boy goes missing, it's assumed to be an abduction. In the search for him, history and family secrets are revealed. The line between past and present are blurred in this family drama. Get it for $2.99!

"The author did a great job at capturing how a little kid talks and thinks. As a result, that storyline was suspenseful and interesting. I was surprised to discover that the kidnapping is mostly a framework for the child's ancestors and their romantic relationships and business dealings." -- Amazon reviewer

When seven-year-old Ethan du Maurier, only son and heir of New York City real estate tycoon, Alexander du Maurier, disappears during school recess, the FBI quickly determines that his disappearance was an abduction. Within hours of a special news bulletin airing nationwide, the FBI’s hotline is inundated with anonymous tips relating to sightings of a little boy matching Ethan’s description outside a historic Savannah building, now a newly-renovated eatery. The FBI quickly assembles a task force and searches the premises but instead of finding little Ethan, they stumble upon the century-old remains of what appears to be a murdered man hidden in a pirate’s tunnel under the historic building.

With her restaurant on temporary lockdown pending the FBI’s forensic investigation, owner Annie Eastwood researches the history of the building she inherited, hoping it will shed some light on the identity of the murdered man, but what she uncovers are bits and pieces of a horrible scandal that nearly destroyed the du Maurier family over a century ago. With hopes for Ethan’s safe return dwindling by the hour, Annie finds an unlikely lead in an old classified ad from a Boston newspaper which connects the events of the past to the present-day abduction of Ethan du Maurier—and to the identity of his abductor. Determined to rescue little Ethan before time runs out, Annie quickly realizes that the boy’s abductor will stop at nothing—even murder—in order to exact his revenge.

3-star rating from 1 review.

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Hoofing It (Robert Knight series), by Ian M Pindar. (Still 1.99?)

This recently released novel is the first for author Ian Pindar. Two friends, fresh out of high school, take the ultimate Euro-trip. Follow them as they dance, drink, flirt, cry, blow things up, and in the end - find themselves. This rite-of-passage novel is $1.99!

In 1996, just before university, Robert and his best friend Spud hedonistically set off around Europe in their neighbour’s stolen car, with the 28,000 pounds they have `acquired,’ forged documents, no insurance and class A’s under the bonnet.
On the way to the ferry in Hull, they save the life of a young suicidal woman, Naomi, who is about to jump off the Humber Bridge. All her immediate family have tragically died in a car crash one year previous. Robert is adamant he can help rehabilitate her; but Steven wants nothing of this `Captain Freedom’ talk.
Along the way they meet a beautiful smack-head – dance like the rest of the world is watching – reach a higher state of consciousness - have gratuitous sex – perpetrate sweet criminal acts – meet madness and genius – open the door to hell – have perfect moments – cry in the Vatican – have scary liaisons – get mortally challenged – blow things up and see hope boil away. Robert is not looking for love, moral enlightenment or a sense of being, but he gets them anyway… well… What more could you want from a book?
Hoofing It is the debut novel by Ian M Pindar, it is a rite of passage/coming of age story and the first in a series; the second being Hoofed (set around the millennium) will be out soon. As the main character Robert Knight travels through life, we will travel with him – hop on board!

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