Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Free and Bargain Kindle Books! (Tuesday Aug 25)

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Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever (The Ghetto Girl Romance Quadrilogy Book 1), by L. V. Lewis. (Still free?)

"I liked the storyline it was different from the usual romance story. The characters Keisha and Tristan were true to life. I enjoyed reading book number one and I look forward to reading book two. I would recommend this book." -- Amazon Reviewer

Book 1 - Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever

Book 2 - Exit Strategy

Book 3 - Christmas with the White Brothers (a Novella)

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY to the second power meets Keisha and Jada from the Block.

Aspiring recording studio owners, Keisha Beale and Jada Jameson, score a rare meeting
with venture capitalist Tristan White, and are thrust into a world beyond their
wildest imaginations.

Lured by Tristan White and his offer of fronting the capital for her business in
exchange for an indecent proposal, of sorts, Keisha finds herself with no other
option. Tortured by demons from her past, Keisha's inability to come to terms
with them threatens to undermine the future of her business and her tumultuous,
unconventional relationship with Tristan White.

Erotic, amusing, and in places hilarious, the Ghetto Girl Romance Quadrilogy is a
parody with a unique take on a Fifty Shades-type story that will take you even
further into the BDSM world, and promises to make the vanilla original Fifty
Shades more colorful.

The first two books focus on Keisha and Tristan's romance, and the final two will
focus on Jada and Nathan's.

268 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 289 reviews.


METEOR STORM, by David Capps. (Still .99?)

"Very exciting and well written novel. The characters are well developed and fleshed out, really get to know them. Background and scenery also very well presented. I like this book and recommend this for sci-fi lovers to read." -- Amazon Reviewer

63,000 years ago, an ancient civilization existed far advanced over our own, but it was destroyed by a natural cataclysm. Now that same cataclysm is about to strike our modern world…

When Carl stumbles upon an unknown robot’s head, he manages with some effort to get it working. From the robot, Carl learns that it was created by an ancient civilization 63,000 years ago in northern India. The robot reports though, that the culture was destroyed by a meteor storm that killed all, but a thousand people planet wide.

When Carl learns that Earth is entering the same place in the galaxy where the meteor field exists, he warns people on TV, but finds himself ridiculed and ignored. To protect the world, Carl works to find out more about the ancient civilization and how to prevent a repeat of history.

To do this, Carl travels to a secret cave where the ancient technology is stored and here Carl meets a fully functioning robot from the ancient civilization. Now Carl must do everything in his power to preserve as many lives and as much of the current civilization as possible to avoid full scale destruction…

291 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 62 reviews.


North Slope, by Michael Parker. (Still .99?)

"It's an adventure thriller in the grand style: a hero risen from the depths of drunkeness, bleak and hostile conditions, a race against time and weather... and a cold blooded killer on the loose who will do anything to thwart their drilling for the Black Gold. A classic read, highly recommended." -- Amazon Reviewer

North Slope is a barren desert of ice in Alaska that stretches from the Brooks Mountains to the Beaufort Sea, frozen during the winter clear to the North Pole. It is in this wilderness that the Fyffe Oil Company struggles in its search for oil. Andrew Fyffe, owner of the company, finds time and money are running out. On the rig a man has been killed; suspicion and fear are rampant among the drilling crews as they continue their superhuman efforts before Fyffe goes bust. The one man who (Fyffe believes) can save the company is McKinnon, once a famous wildcat oil man, but now a drunk, a drop-out. Fyffe kidnaps McKinnon from a drinking spree and flies him up to the oil rig, Fyffe One. When McKinnon sobers up he quickly sees he will need all his old resourcefulness, skill and courage to save the rig from catastrophe. The violent action of this story takes place against the background, strongly conveyed, of Alaskan Arctic winter and night. The rig and its crew confront dangers from temperatures far below zero, from fire, and from a subtle and complex intrigue ruthlessly executed by men whose objectives do not include the welfare of Fyffe One. This first novel tells a powerful story with conviction, a story to spellbind the reader and a mystery to be solved.

302 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 61 reviews.


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Heads or Tails, by Leslie A. Gordon. (Still free?)

"I'm really intrigued with Leslie Gordon's HEADS OR TAILS. It has such an interesting story line in placing a couple who are so dead set against having children in line to be the caretaker for someone else's child. This book is so detailed and yet not overdone, the characters well thought out and portrayed. I found my heart going out to this young woman and her ability to stick to her commitment despite her fears and doubts. A good -- no great -- read I highly recommend. You won't be sorry." -- Amazon Reviewer

“Take my baby.”

Hillary can’t believe the words her best friend Margot just uttered. Deeply committed to her devoutly childless marriage, Hillary doesn’t know the first thing about infants – and has zero interest in learning. But Margot’s post-partum depression has reached a dangerous peak. With the baby a sperm donor production and Margot’s mother Jean suffering from Parkinson’s, there’s no one else. And for reasons nobody knows, Hillary owes both Margot and Jean.

Suddenly, Hillary is forced to bring the baby from Manhattan to San Francisco, where she works as general contractor for the city’s hottest restoration company. Right away, the baby’s arrival exposes hairline cracks in Hillary’s marriage to Jesse and stirs up latent resentment towards her parents, who’d been too overcome with grief to ever parent her properly. Before long, Hillary finds herself doing all kinds of things she vowed never to do, including things with her handsome and mysterious neighbor Abe. And then the question arises: should this arrangement become permanent?

Fans of Jodi Picoult, Emily Giffin and Jennifer Weiner will be drawn to the fresh premise of HEADS OR TAILS, a story that explores themes of friendship and loyalty and what happens when your core identity is challenged. Perfect for book clubs, the Kindle edition concludes with questions for discussion.

The gripping second novel from the author of Cheer: A Novel, HEADS OR TAILS will stay with you long after you’ve read the final page.

189 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 32 reviews.


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