Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
Chronicles of the Planeswalkers Part Zero (Book 1), by B.T. Robertson. (Still free?)
In this high fantasy, an elf journeys far from his homeland to resolve a longheld mystery... and finds unlikely allies with giants and men to face a mysterious enemy. Free today!
"Brilliant! This book was in the style of Lord of the RIngs, If you enjoy Lord of the Rings you will love the Planeswalkers series. It was creative, absorbing, exciting and awesome characters. I can't wait to get the next book in this series." -- Amazon reviewer
234 pages, with a 3.9-star rating from 14 reviews.
Sink or Swim, by Stacy Juba. (Still 0.99?)
This book has been #1 in Women Sleuths and Romantic Suspense. Reality TV gets a little *too* real when personal trainer Cassidy must "walk the plank" - and finds herself being stalked. Is it her #1 fan? Or perhaps the obnoxious winner of the show? Or the mysterious photographer shadowing her? Download and enjoy bestselling author Stacy Juba's mystery for 99 cents today!
"I was so excited to read this book because I loved her previous book, Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, and she did not disappoint! There was action, mystery and romance all tied into one very well-written story. -- Book-Club-Queen
"A wonderful, clever and entertaining distraction." -- Coffee Time
"Romance and More
Sink or Swim was an easy read and extremely well written... I would love to see it come out as a movie one day!"
- Stephenie LaGrossa, former contestant Survivor: Palau, Guatemala, Heroes vs. Villains
248 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 44 reviews.
Plain Jane: A mystery/thriller not for the faint of heart (Harbinger Murder Mystery Series), by Carolyn McCray. (Still 0.99?)
Police procedurals don't come much more hard-boiled than this one. Over 250 five-star reviews... get this today while it's 99 cents!
"I pride myself on being able to figure out books with a twist. I could tell from the beginning that this novel had one. The killer is shrouded in mystery. Aha! A challenge.
Two things happened as I read. First, I was so engaged I forgot to try to figure out who did it. Second, when the reveal came, I was STUNNED! It made so much sense, but I never saw it coming. I tracked it back, (just like right after I watched "The Sixth Sense") and every "t" was crossed, every "i" dotted.
I don't often write reviews, but I felt compelled with this one. I can't recommend it highly enough." -- Amazon reviewer
360 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 645 reviews.
The Bet, by Rachel Van Dyken. (Still 0.99?)
Coming-of-age women's fiction with over 400 five-star reviews.
"The banter was fun, Grandma was a hoot and the crazy antics these kids recounted throughout the book had me smiling. Kacey struggles with the fact that she has not returned home since her parents died - she has not spent time with Jake - since that night and now she is having feelings for the boy that she spent his youth tormenting her. But Grandma has a plan and they all seem to be falling for it. This was a very cute story - it had great humor and even some very touching moments that hit that awe spot in in your heart. Finally a book with two guys and one girl that does not have you in knots or full of angst. " -- Amazon reviewer
242 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 837 reviews.