Whisper Gatherers: Book 1 (Prequel) in The Song of Forgetfulness - Sci-fi Dystopian Fantasy Adventure series, by Nicola McDonagh. (Still 0.99?)
"I admit I was never into fantasy and dystopian novels, but after reading Whisper Gatherers I have to say I’ve changed my tune. Adara is one of those characters that you root for and at times you feel yourself relating to her plight. The author does a great job of drawing you in with her futuristic descriptions, at times it felt like I was watching a movie, that’s how enthralled I was with the book. There’s plenty of action throughout the story, just when you think everything’s calmed something comes along to shake up Cityplace." -- Amazon Reviewer
306 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 10 reviews.
Orconomics: A Satire (The Dark Profit Saga Book 1), by J. Zachary Pike. (Still 0.99?)
"A witty adventure with a satirical bent, this book explores a world where adventuring drives the economy and shares of prospective loot are sold before the dragon is even slain. Pike weaves a fun and touching story of a rag-tag group of unlikely heroes (with plenty of baggage) thrown together to recover some curious marble statues. I enjoyed watching the characters interact, grow, fail, win, and lose, while learning more about this curiously familiar money-driven world." -- Amazon Reviewer
385 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 25 reviews.
The Billionaire's Secret: Betting On You Series: Book One, by Jeannette Winters. (Still free?)
"It was very interesting that I wasn't able to put the book down until I reached the end. I've read a lot of Billionaire Romance but this one somehow have a different vibe into it. And I mean that positively. The characters, and the events leading to the conflict was smoothly and beautifully woven I hardly see any fault. Every scene was also appropriately collaborated that lead to an interesting progressive plot." -- Amazon Reviewer
194 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 294 reviews.
Sea Scoundrel (Knave of Hearts Book 1), by Annette Blair. (Still free?)
"I loved this book and had a hard time putting it down. I like how Lady Patience Kendall was independent and said what she was thinking a bit hard headed. And the handsome hard Sea Captain who is confused with her effect on him. Lady Kendall is traveling with 4 young women who she has promised to find husbands for with title and wealth. The trouble these 5 ladies get into on the Captain's ship had me laughing. It just a good story and one I would read again." -- Amazon Reviewer
308 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 388 reviews.
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