Sunday, July 21, 2013

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Tripped Up Love, by Julie Farley. (Still 2.99?)

"Tripped Up Love is a fun, sweet and sexy book with good characters and a well-written story. I enjoyed reading about Heather and Peter and their romance. If you enjoy a good and sweet contemporary romance, I think you might enjoy this book." Carla, from Library Mosaic

"4 Stunning Stars Let me start by saying I LOVED THIS BOOK! It was so beautifully written and so very touching." Whairigail, from Addicted to Books

"The prologue to this book will draw you in and you will not want to put it down. Julie Farley did a wonderful job with this story. It is fun and heart warming love story about hope, loss and getting a second chance at love and a happily ever after." Jen, from Three Chicks and Their Books

Heather Meadows lost the only love she’s ever known. Her perfect, yet ordinary life was turned upside down the day her 38-year-old husband died. Her happily ever after was gone in the blink of an eye. Heather’s life becomes the subject of scrutiny and pity as she tries to pick up the pieces of her shattered world and raise her three children on her own. In the midst of suburbia and gossipy neighbors, Heather tries to re-build a normal life. Little does she know she’s about to trip into a new adventure. An adventure she could never have imagined. Where will her misstep take her and how will Heather handle the prying eyes of those around her?

237 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 67 reviews.

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The Chameleon Society, by William Sharp. (Still 2.99?)

"It's generally accepted that dystopian novels are set in the future, but I discovered this "novelette" and found it remarkable Mr. Sharp created a future set in the present. I guess you just have to read it to understand; I don't want to give away the surprise ending of the storyline. I will say only that if you've ever wondered how the decisions you make today affect your tomorrows, you'll love this story. Caveat emptor: it's not a good idea to know the future that is actually your past. So cool, and stunning, I waited to write this review until after I read Sharp's short story, "Hummingbirds," with the same delightfully twisted sense of the current + crazyminded. Just buy both together." -- Amazon reviewer

Thirty people, the crew of an interstellar science research vessel, have become unwilling time travelers.They are marooned on Earth in the year 1962. One is dead, and the once united crew is now dangerously fractured.They have lived a spartan existence, cloaked in secrecy since their arrival sixteen years earlier, trying desperately to avoid changing the timeline--hoping to preserve their slim chance of rescue, and return to their world, their time.

The agreed consequence of violating their plan is simple and severe--death.

Captain Peter Heller has for the first time enforced this awful penalty. But his actions aren't supported by everyone. Some oppose him--violently. Time is up. Revenge will be had. Can they hold on long enough to find redemption?

(Short Novel, ~37,000 words)

126 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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Duet in September (The Calendar Girls), by Gina Ardito. (Still 0.99?)

"Gina Ardito has a lovely turn of phrase. If you are looking for a light hearted, well written book, full of romance then this is a book for you. If you like hot and sexy, this isn't the book for you. The story concentrates on two sisters in a small coastal holiday village and falling in love. Believable characters. An easy plot which moves along with pace. No heavy breathing, or silly phrases. It's just nice to read a book that makes you feel good from beginning to end." -- Amazon reviewer

Nia and Paige Wainwright, who have grown up in the Long Island seaside town of Snug Harbor, try an experiment to shake up their humdrum lives. Every day for thirty days, they intend to do one thing differently from their normal routine—with unique results.
Nia, still bitter years after her mother left the family for a wealthy tourist, finds herself falling for vineyard owner, Aidan Coffield, the son of a wealthy Manhattan real estate tycoon.
Meanwhile, Paige keeps knocking heads with her high school nemesis and now town police chief, Sam Dillon.
Each day of this special September will provide Paige and Nia with new adventures, new self-awareness, and of course, enough love to last two lifetimes.

330 pages, with a 5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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The Privateer Clause (Marsha & Danny Jones Thriller), by Ken Rossignol. (Still 0.99?)

"Not being particularly onboard with the cruise scene (ahem) I didn't know what to expect - but what I found within the pages was a well-crafted, humorous and tightly-plotted story that's full of action and intrigue - involving a pirate/terrorist plot - which is certainly enough to make me want to run off and sample some of his other work." -- Amazon reviewer

My wife just shot our waiter between the eyes when he came in with breakfast! But, he had it coming to him as he had a gun on the tray and was going to give us Eggs Benedict with a Glock! Join Marsha and I as we work really hard to protect the Sea Empress and her passengers from threats from every direction. There have been so many shots taken at this ship by terrorists that the cruise line thought their business would sink. That is why we were hired to provide security. Things go so bad that the passengers were taking photos and video and emailing the explosions and hostage scene to CNN and Fox News. Instead of scaring off passengers, bookings for the ship went through the roof. The Seven Seas Company caught the spirit of the passengers and even set up a special for the ship theatre with a pirate theme!
Finally, my wife and I needed a break and took a week off to sail on a private charter at the Grenadines and wouldn't you know, two local thugs dressed up as pirates tried to rob us while we sat at anchor for an intimate dinner for two. Well, our cook was great at other things besides her lobster spaghetti. Read more today! Buy the book!

202 pages, with a 3.8-star rating from 32 reviews.

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