In the Dark, by Chris Patchell. (Still 3.99?)
"What an amazing book! It was a real page-turner and once I'd started reading it, I resented any interruption. The characters were well-developed and full of depth making them. The action scenes were extremely detailed, making it easy to imagine them happening. There were times I was actually holding my breath wondering what was going to happen next. If you are looking for a great plot and edge-of-your seat, nail-biting suspense, "In The Dark" is definitely the book for you." -- Amazon Reviewer
426 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 76 reviews.
All of Me (The Bridesmaids Club Book 1), by Leeanna Morgan. (Still free?)
"Really good story, very entertaining and certainly holds the attention all the way through. It is a series but it is a stand alone book. The story has a lot of side characters that will probably get their own books. While reading Tess' story you get to know them well enough to want to know how their lives turn out as well. It was a very good story, likable characters, good heroes and smart heroines. A good read and I definitely recommend it." -- Amazon Reviewer
253 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 80 reviews.
Flying Lessons: It's never too late to change ..., by H. Lovelyn Bettison. (Still free?)
"It was definitely refreshing to see that love comes in all different shapes, sizes, and of course, ages. This story is about coping with loss and forging a way forward. Henry loses a loving wife and Chandra loses a loving mother when Ava dies. This story also has a little taste of magical realism, an effect that I really loved. This element is where the title of the book comes from. It's subtle but it definitely adds a lot to the story. This is a great book for those who love a subtle love story!" -- Amazon Reviewer
297 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 12 reviews.
The Chomolungma Diaries: What a commercial Everest expedition is really like (Footsteps on the Mountain travel diaries Book 17), by Mark Horrell. (Still free?)
"I enjoyed this book a great deal. Mr. Horrell wrote in much the same way as I imagined I would write if I were in his place on the expedition. As he said more than once the idea is get up to the summit and get back down safely. He did that and wrote about the journey at the same time. I can only imagine the joy he must have felt upon his return to base camp." -- Amazon Reviewer
170 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 90 reviews.
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