Rise of the Billionaire (Book 5) (Legacy Collection), by Ruth Cardello. (Still 2.99?)
From the "Legacy" collection, this billionaire romance comes highly-rated. 89 of its 97 reviews are five-star!
"Ruth Cardello has once again given her fans a book with a hero to love. Jeremy is the most adorable, decent, and honest-to-a-fault computer geek--oh... and did I mention sexy? As he works to improve himself for Alethea's notice, he figures out he has the wrong goal in mind and needs to prove himself to Jeisa. Through this challenge, we get a marvelously fun ride, laughing all the way. Jeisa is just the perfect blend of sassiness, charm, and uncertainty--you will love her project to help make the world be better. We get to visit old friends from the previous books and see how they are doing. Conversations with Dominic, Jake, and Jeremy can bring tears of laughter to your eyes. As an extra bonus, we get to spend Thanksgiving with the Andrades in all their family hilarity. And, Lil is back acting like the Lil we all love. Keeping the whole gang sane, Marie Duhamel continues as the maternal force behind `her boys.'
The entire Legacy series is a must read in my book, but this one "rises" to the top in humor and adventure. A five star rating all the way!" -- Amazon reviewer
246 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 97 reviews.
The Shekinah Legacy (A Charlotte Ansari Thriller), by Gary Lindberg. (Still free?)
An alternative religious history, this riveting book is compared favorably to Brown's The Da Vinci Code by its many ardent readers. Free today!
"There are no doubt many interesting historical facts embedded in the novel, which I'm sure will be of interest to other readers. For me, the only important thing is that the background is reasonably credible and doesn't entirely contravene history as I know it. This book easily meets and exceeds that criterion.
There is a lot of death and gore, but there are many "sides" in this complex thriller and most of them consider the treasure hunt at the heart of this story a matter of life and death, so it makes sense that there is as much of one as the other in the story.
I admit that I dreaded getting to the end of The Shekinah Legacy, because I couldn't foresee a good way to get out of the messy religious Gordian's knot without something unsatisfying, unbelievable, or beyond my capacity to swallow. But I loved the way that part of the story was wrapped up and congratulate the author on the ending's sensitivity and beauty.
The writing is strong, the characters are deep and engaging, the story is gripping, and the pace is driving. It's well worth a read." -- Amazon reviewer
352 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 198 reviews.
The Tour, by Jean Grainger. (Still 2.99?)
This absorbing story is full of rich characters and delightful humor. Ranked #2 on Amazon's Travel/Europe/Ireland category, this intelligent read is utterly unmissable for readers who enjoy a well-written character-based story.
"A book for the intelligent reader. Impressed with the the authors ability to combine Irish History with a great story full of interesting and intriguing characters. I found myself totally switching off to the outside world while reading it which is the sign of a great book. Very well written with a great storyline." -- Amazon reviewer
302 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 18 reviews.
How to write a novel in 90 days.(Extended)(A tried and tested system by a prolific author) (Soft Target Series), by Conrad Jones. (Still 3.24?)
From prolific author Conrad Jones comes this systematic approach to creating a full-length novel. Jones has authored fifteen books including thrillers, horror, and marketing guides.
"Having toyed with the idea of writing a book for a very long time (there is one in all of us apparently) but not knowing how to begin, I think this guide is an ideal way to get anyone off the starting blocks. I think that viewing the task of writing as a method that can be learned as for any other task is inspiring. It has certainly got me inspired again, hopefully competing with Conrad soon!" -- Amazon reviewer
92 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 11 reviews.
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