Monday, March 9, 2015

Free and bargain Kindle books! (Monday Mar 9)

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Peace Warrior, by Steven L. Hawk. (Still free?)

"This book takes Demolition Man to another level. It gets inside the mind of a soldier and his desire to save man kind. I agree it does stall in a few places, but still well worth the read. A strong start from the author who draws on his experience in the military. Its good to see former soldiers using their experience to expand the minds of future generations. Good work." -- Amazon reviewer

It’s the mid-21st century when Sergeant First Class Grant Justice is killed during an ambush on an enemy tank column.

Six hundred years later, his body is retrieved from the frozen, arctic lake where he perished. Re-animated by a team of scientists, Grant awakens to a civilization that has abolished war. A civilization that has outlawed violence and cherishes Peace above all else. A civilization that has been enslaved by an alien race called the Minith.

Grant is humankind’s final hope against the alien menace. He must be the... Peace Warrior.

264 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 464 reviews.





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Daisy McDare And The Deadly Legal Affair (Cozy Mystery) (Daisy McDare Cozy Creek Mystery Book 2), by K.M. Morgan. (Still free?)

"I thought that it was a cute short-story that flowed smoothly. The story takes place in a popular touristic town in Canada called Cozy Creek. Daisy, the main character, is still reeling from a recent break-up and hopes to take her mind off of her ex-boyfriend and his new short-skirted girlfriend by focusing on her interior decorating career. I really enjoyed the character of Granny Annie, who is hilarious with her insights into crime-solving and her fight be "actively" retired. This is a good first book and I am interested to see what will happen next in Cozy Creek." -- Amazon reviewer

“A page-turning new cozy murder mystery with a lovable sleuth and a charming setting that will bring a smile to your face!”

Welcome to Cozy Creek, a quaint tourist town nestled along the Pacific Coast.

Daisy McDare is busy nursing a broken heart, trying to build up her interior decorator business, and baking cookies when murder strikes Cozy Creek.

At first she leaves the investigation to Chris Crumple, the local bumbling police detective. But when Crumple arrests the wrong suspect, Daisy takes the investigation into her own hands.

Cracking the case won't be easy. She'll need help from her pastry-baking best friend Samantha, her wise-cracking Granny Annie, and her trusty West Highland Terrier Shamus.

It's up to Daisy McDare to find the murderer in Cozy Creek before they strike again.

154 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 104 reviews.





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Man of My Dreams, by Faith Andrews. (Still free?)

"A consuming story. I ripped through the pages in a matter of hours, crazy anxious to see Mia's choice. At the end, I was left absolutely content, and happy I read it." -- Amazon reviewer

*Man of My Dreams is a FULL-LENGTH STANDALONE (not part of a series, no cliffhanger, fully wrapped-up novel) CONTEMPORARY ADULT ROMANCE.

Mia Murphy may be married to the man of her dreams. But the man in her dreams is the one that got away—her high school crush.

Mia’s stuck in a rut, just like every other stay-at-home mom, and the only thing saving her from her monotonous routine is her perfect husband, Declan. He’s gorgeous, he adores her, and the man stole her heart with his sexy singing voice. Mia feels like the luckiest girl in the world, until she discovers that Mr. Perfect is not Mr. Faithful. Mia is devastated. Everything she once believed about Declan and their marriage is now covered in a big cloud of doubt and regret. On impulse, she kicks the cheating bastard out, pushing them into a separation that could mean the end of the picture-perfect couple.

But when Mia receives an invitation to her high school reunion, she finds herself abandoning the present for the oh-so alluring pull of the past. Although her heart still belongs to her husband, inescapable thoughts of her crush, Noah, resurface. And ten years later, Noah isn’t afraid to make his move. When the build-up of fantasies and ‘what ifs' comes to a head, sparks fly and it’s Mia’s turn to question if her marriage is everything she wants out of life. Searching for answers, Mia dives head first into dating Noah, falling further away from her husband and closer to her old flame.

But Declan’s not giving up so easily. Mia is his one and only and he’s not about to let another man win her heart.

333 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 142 reviews.





Uncertainty Principles, by Krista Tibbs. (Still 4.99?)

"I enjoyed this book. The five students couldn't be more unalike, but they're cleverly juxtapositioned, a bit like an outfit with clashing colours that works well as a whole, and I loved that I really had no idea how this story would roll out. Add to that, intelligent and articulate writing AND--hoorah!!!--excellent editing, and you've got a different and top-quality read." -- Amazon reviewer

They can refuse to look and choose not to believe, but the threat is real, and the probability is rising.

Nine years ago, five college students conceived a way to measure atmospheric energy and use the data to predict mass acts of human violence. A tragic event ended the project, and team leaders Aiyana and Brian haven't spoken since. Overwhelmed with guilt, Brian has spent the years alone in his lab redeveloping the energy model. Aiyana, now a doctor, refuses to acknowledge his covert research—until the new model predicts a threat to their heartland town of Freedom. The team reunites to protect the people they care about, but every potential solution is fraught with doubt and consequences.

Long-held secrets are exposed as the urgency rises with each new piece of data. Under a cloud of mutual contempt and buried affections, the teammates challenge each other's philosophies and struggle to cope with their inner fears. The fate of the town may be out of their hands, but through the endeavor, they will discover the significance of laughter and the value of a purple cape.

“Don’t you see? We never know what’s going to happen next, but uncertainty can be either the root of fear or the cornerstone of hope. It all depends on the observer.”

232 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 5 reviews.





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