ALTOR: The Shadow Rebellion (The Chronicles of Ageron), by L. J. deVet. (Still 0.99?)
"I would highly recommend Altor The Shadow Rebellion, I found it to be a very well written book the author has written it in such a way that it draws you in to the story. I found it very hard to put down. I would recommend it for any one who likes to read fantasy books and it is aimed at all ages. I can't wait to read the sequel." -- Amazon reviewer
4.4-star rating from 5 reviews.
Garland Roses, by Kathryn L.M. Reynolds. (Still 1.99?)
"I loved this book. I laughed so at the start of the book because you could so feel what she was going through, then I was on edge just waiting on what was going to happen next. I can't wait until the next book comes. One of the few book I will actually actually go back and re-read." -- Amazon reviewer
429 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 7 reviews.
The Eden Plague (Plague Wars), by David VanDyke. (Still 0.99?)
"Fast pacing and interesting theory. Well developed characters, a new scientific discovery vaguely along the lines of Jurassic Park and others of that type, with nanobot technology, carried along by excellent presentation of the usual black ops/military type action. Good character development which included the changes in mindsets triggered by exposure to the Plague.
A definite twist at the end which leaves me wondering just where the author tends to go with the plotline, which could develop in an interesting way." -- Amazon reviewer
304 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 63 reviews.
Nothing Personal (The Kincaids), by Rosalind James. (Still 3.99?)
"One of my favorites. Both the male and female characters (Alec and Rae) are extremely likable, and Alec is one of the most romantic male characters that James has written...I wish men were that romantic in real life, but alas it's only in our fantasies.
In addition, the character have depth and their relationship is a very believable one, as James doesn't have them jumping into bed together on page 5. They get to know one another, and like many of her other books, this one also contains the 'slow burn'...which, in my opinion, makes the sex scenes all the better when they finally occur.
There is also an interesting secondary story woven throughout the book, which will keep you on your toes and stop you from getting bored with all of the romance and love scene (insert sarcasm here - there has never been a boring moment in a Rosalind James book after all).
As I said before, Nothing Personal has to be one of my favorites - intelligently written, packed with emotion." -- Amazon reviewer
289 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 23 reviews.
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