The Last Order, by Angela M Caldwell. (Still 0.99?)
"Caldwell’s writing is phenomenal. Each scene puts the reader in the thick of the action, right along with the main characters. Her writing is intense and fast-paced, more like watching a good movie than reading a book. She knows exactly how to keep her readers entertained and the writing never gets boring or slow. That being said, the book isn’t all battles and action either, and she has the perfect blend of world and character building and action." -- Amazon Reviewer
238 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 41 reviews.
A Christmas in Cornwall: A Regency Christmas Novella, by Tamara Gill. (Still 0.99?)
"Tamara Gill was my introduction to the historical romance genre and now there is no going back for me. She made me fall in love with this sweet, sexy, and at times scandalous novella. William and May share a love in this story that will make you melt. I also love that the female character May is no meek debutant like most of the ladies of her time. Tamara Gill writes a beautifully strong female lead. If your a fan of historical romances than look no further than A Christmas in Cornwall." -- Amazon Reviewer
81 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 6 reviews.
Online Reputation: Your Most Valuable Asset in a Digital Age, by Sarah Pearce. (Still 0.99?)
"In search of an excellent book to broaden my social media skills, I turned to Online Reputation: Your Most Valuable Asset in a Digital World. This book offers amazing tools for creating and maintaining various social media accounts such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Most importantly, the book suggests several ways to avoid ruining your reputation online. The reputation wrecking ball stories were wonderful. They presented real-life stories of companies and individuals who made serious blunders on social media, which ended up costing them their valued reputations." -- Amazon Reviewer
144 pages, with a 5-star rating from 15 reviews.
City of Dreams (The Paris Chronicles Book 1), by Harriet Steel. (Still free?)
"‘City of Dreams’ by Harriet Steel is a fine work of historical fiction. The book is impeccably written and edited and brings us right into the world of Paris in the 1860s at the time of the Franco Prussian war. Our heroine, Anna, begins her life in a well-off family, marries a very rich man and then, when he goes bankrupt, enters a very different life where she struggles to survive. Life is difficult, and then war comes.
Though there is romance in this, it is not a historical romance as we would normally think of it because there is no one man, rather a series of men. Nevertheless, we do get the feeling that one of these passing beaus is the man for Anna, and since this is the beginning of a series of books, we are left with potential for the future.
Anna comes across as a very real character and I soon found myself caring deeply for her. Secondary characters were also well rounded and well rendered" -- Amazon Reviewer
348 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 15 reviews.
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