Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
Pieces of You (Shattered Hearts), by Cassia Leo. (Still 0.99?)
In this bestselling new adult contemporary romance, Claire is torn between a long-distance relationship with Adam and a second chance with rock star Chris.
"Being pursued by two handsome, loving, and gifted men is not easy on a girl. More so when you care for both of them...
This Relentless story continues and it is a non-stop roller coaster of emotions. I am torn between the two heroes - which one should Claire pick? And then at the end, a new "monkey wrench" in the story (Cassia Leo, you tease!) Cannot wait for the next book.
If you enjoyed Relentless, you will absolutely adore this book. It just keeps getting better!" -- Amazon reviewer
323 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 185 reviews.
Never Smile at Strangers, by Jennifer Minar-Jaynes. (Still 0.99?)
Here's your chance to pick up this acclaimed thriller for 99 cents. Over 250 five-star reviews!
"There is something chilling about the darker side of humanity, and Minar-Jaynes does an excellent job of reminding the reader of exactly why parents tell their children not to talk to strangers. The characters' fear is honest, and their pain and confusion can be felt in the writing. Furthermore, she has tapped into what makes "mystery" novels so compelling when they're done right- the suspense in this book is incredible, and the ending was like the explosive final scene of a movie that no one can stop talking about." -- Amazon reviewer
pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 486 reviews.
Someone Else's Daughter: Book I (A Miranda's Rights Mystery), by Linsey Lanier. (Still 0.99?)
This Miranda Steele mystery is climbing the Amazon charts. 99 cents today!
"This was a good story, with believable characters and an engrossing plot. Miranda's reluctance to enter into a relationship was far more believable than the usual "jump into bed at the least provocation" that seems to be the norm with many romantic mysteries these days. I also appreciated her toughness, and the fact that it wasn't superficial. Miranda is credible as someone who has toughened herself up as a result of her earlier life; this toughness also makes the story line tantalizing, because you know that she has feelings for Parker, but that she is fighting them because of her fear of losing herself again in a relationship. The characters are nicely balanced, and the twist of involving one of the girls in the murders was believable, too." -- Amazon reviewer
346 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 50 reviews.
Julio Bunny and the Foreign Lion (Julio Bunny Series), by Nicoletta Costa. (Still 3.99?)
Readable on Kindle e-readers as well as Kindle Fire tablets, this book features vivid, full-color graphics to tell a sweet story of acceptance.
Juilo Bunny and the Foreign Lion is a very sweet story with colourful pictures and simple text. Young children will love the variety of animals and creatively drawn settings. Parents will love the message of working together to problem solve and the ability to apply the message of embracing differences to their child's own life. My own child loved seeing Harriet Hare on the back of a white horse in a beautifully drawn circus setting.
Julio Bunny and the Foreign Lion is a great read for young children or preschools." -- Amazon reviewer
28 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 7 reviews.