Monday, March 17, 2014

Free and bargain Kindle books! (Monday Mar 17)

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The Game, by A.J. Carella. (Still free?)

"Very dark. Very good! I think the title says it all. Miss Carella did a great job with The Game. It pulls you right in and won't let you go. The plot is gritty and, I agree with other reviewers, very unusual. Short, yes, but what I liked about it is that it was not predictable at all, especially the cliffhanger ending. Looking forward to the next one!" -- Amazon reviewer

*** IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE: This book is a new edition and no longer contains adult material ***

This first book in the new romantic suspense series from AJ Carella is a thrilling read.

Tara and Kyle come from completely different backgrounds but fate throws them together.

Kyle is damaged from the loss of his family. A series of bad decisions have left him working for the very criminals he once sought to put away. His heart is frozen and he cares about nothing, least of all himself.

Tara, given away by her mother when she was a child, has never known love.

Thrown together by circumstances, they soon realize that they need each other but are cruelly ripped apart.

Kyle must race against time to save Tara from the clutches of the man who controls her every move and who has kept the most devastating of betrayals until last.

This fast paced thriller takes you on a journey to the dark side of human nature.

Fate brought them together. Can The Game keep them apart?

172 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 26 reviews.

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Urbino, Unexpectedly: a story of love and self-discovery, by Maria Chiara Marsciani. (Still 0.99?)

"I enjoyed this book, loved the backdrop, admired the main character's strength in character and was mesmerized by the passion between Leonardo and Clara! I fully recommend those who enjoy Romance and Women's Fiction." -- Amazon reviewer

One year. One love. One life.

Can love really help us to find out who we truly are, or is it just an out-of-fashion statement?

Urbino, Unexpectedly, is a journey of self-discovery through the power of love, the complexity of a mother-daughter relationship, friendship, and the need to follow one's own dreams. It is set in Italy between the frivolous Adriatic coast, the backcountry's romantic hamlets, the Alps, foggy Milan, and colorful Rome.

Clara is twenty-two; she studies in Milan and is about to become a lawyer. From the outside, everything is exactly as it is supposed to be, but Clara is unhappy. She finds Milan depressing, she hates law school and, anywhere she goes, she feels... like a fish out of water. Embracing her parents' values has trapped her in a life she neither likes nor understands. Her father is a famous surgeon and a reserved, pragmatic man whom she fears; her mother is a well-connected, flamboyant socialite used to supervising and influencing Clara's every move; her roommates are often a source of trouble and, her grandma, who lives upstairs in the family's home, is Clara's only confidant. In Urbino, she meets Leonardo, a young doctor who lives in Rome, and from their first handshake, her destiny is changed forever. Their immediate mental connection crumbles the rules of her black-and-white world and their powerful physical passion shows her the many colors of life. But this is only the beginning.

Clara's newfound confidence and the decisions that come with it trigger unforeseen conflicts with her mother and bring to the surface deep-rooted jealousy that force her to redefine not only the relationships with her parents, but also the meaning of true friendship. Clara is faced with the dilemma of having to choose between her own happiness and the peace of mind of the people around her. She has to understand if spreading her wings and living life her own way it is more important than the reassuring feeling of being a "good girl" who always behaves.

330 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 6 reviews.

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Destiny Revealed (The Destiny Trilogy), by Cris Pasqueralle. (Still 1.99?)

"Great read! Destiny Revealed is the start of a great series. Had a very organic feel. The story naturally progressed through the intro, to the climax, to the very end. Cannot wait to see the character development across both books. Absolutely worth the read." -- Amazon reviewer

Jack and Maddie Austin have just celebrated their thirteenth birthday and discover they are wizards from another realm of existence. With no time to digest this, they are under attack by the evil Tardon who kidnaps their parents. Lead by Uncle Benny, and his student Connie, the twins will return to the magical realm to find their parents and have their Destiny Revealed.

232 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 8 reviews.

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Evan After, by Michael C. Grumley. (Still free?)

"Don't be fooled! When I read the author's characterization of this book as an "episodic," I almost didn't read it. But make no mistake, while this book is shorter than his previous two, it is a fully contained story." - Wesley A. Jones

"Very rarely, there's an author that comes along that starts a story that's impossible to put down." - J. Delson

"For those readers looking for a new and exciting read, this is that book." - Tony Diaz

"The characters and the stories stay with you long after you've finished reading." - Robin E.

"I've always told my son - a good book is one you wish you hadn't read, so you can read it again for the first time." - Jessi Kennedy

It began with an accident. It will end in a sacrifice.

Two weeks after his eighteenth birthday, Evan Nash's life changes forever. When strange problems from an accident drive him to seek help from a skeptical psychiatrist, the full extent of his metamorphosis begins to reveal itself.

But Dr. Shannon Mayer has troubles of her own. Trying hopelessly to cope with a devastating past, one that is slowly destroying her, Mayer now finds herself with nowhere left to turn. Even worse, she soon realizes that Evan is caught in a very real struggle of life and death.

Two battles. Both are losing. Together, they must discover that even in the darkest days, when all seems lost, there always remains a glimmer of hope.

179 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 187 reviews.

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