An Eternity Together, by Danelle Jensen. (Still 0.99?)
"A great period piece. Fun to read and full of family turmoil, romance and wonderful descriptions." -- Amazon reviewer
278 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 6 reviews.
The Moon Dwellers (The Dwellers Saga), by David Estes. (Still 0.99?)
"Captivating! This dystopian novel is packed with action, romance, and adventure. One of my favourite aspects of this book is the dynamics between characters. In especially Adele's perspective, she has a strong decision on who she likes or not, and I believe that this is one of the things that makes her a very strong protagonist. I love Adele's loyalty to her family and friends, her strength, bravery, and even her definite opinions. Adele (and Tristan) take you on their ups and downs through the Tri-Realms, and it will leave you wanting more!
Adele is a much stronger protagonist than Tristan, who does makes selfish and rash decisions. The two perspectives eventually intertwine, making for a story that will put you on the edge of your seat!" -- Amazon reviewer
366 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 261 reviews.
THE MISSINGS, by Peg Brantley. (Still 1.99?)
"Peg Brantley's THE MISSINGS is a superior thriller that details, among many other things, the unique vulnerability of America's undocumented population--in this case the vulnerability caused by their understandable reluctance to involve the police in their lives. When murder victims--eviscerated and then tossed aside like trash--begin to show up in a small Colorado town, police detective Chase Waters has to battle a closed community and the prejudice of some members of his own force to solve the killings, which--it turns out--are a byproduct of yet another ethical issue, one that we as a society will probably debate for yrars.
Great pace, fine writing, solid characters, and fine construction. Brantley has the goods." -- Amazon reviewer
376 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 111 reviews.
Revolt: The Secession of Mill Valley, by Ray Bourhis. (Still 5.99?)
"This book certainly addresses some serious issues we're currently experiencing with our government today. The author stresses that sometimes it's easy to turn a blind eye to what's happening in our country. The main character in this story, Sean Cogan becomes fed up with government corruption and decides to take a stand. This is where the book really begins to heat up. The author uses his characters and the story to convey a very alarming and real message about where our political system is headed.
Not only is this book well written, it is entertaining and very honest. I was so wrapped up in the characters and the story that I found myself breezing through the book. 'Revolt: The Succession of Mill Valley' will leave you asking yourself some probing and disturbing questions about our government. It's a powerful and thought-provoking book that shouldn't be taken lightly." -- Amazon reviewer
186 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 11 reviews.
Selling Scarlett (A Love Inc. Novel), by Ella James. (Still free?)
"I was flat out blown away by this book." - Bend in the Binding
"Definitely a 5 out of 5 star book!" - Weet Weets Bookshelf
"Selling Scarlett was amazing and engaging. It made me cry, it made me laugh, and at times I was sitting on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next." - What Stina Thinks
"I (recommend) this book to anyone looking for a hot steamy roller coaster, I promise you won't be disappointed!" - Book Wormie
426 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 310 reviews.
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