The Threat Below (Brathius History Book 1), by Jason Latshaw. (Still 0.99?)
"The world building in this novel is outstanding. The author has clearly spent a lot of time and consideration on his world and it shows. The setting is delivered well and the characters understanding of their world is perfectly fitting given the history. The pace was also great, and made me want to read more. I also loved the premise of them being stuck up a mountain, too scared to go down, happy enough to continue the way their people always had in the past" -- Amazon Reviewer
508 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 74 reviews.
Love So Deep, by Kathleen Ball. (Still 2.99?)
"Kathleen Ball's stories are sweet and romantic. I'm glad she entered the historical romance genre, because this story is amazing. Like her contemporary romance heroes and heroines, Patrick and Samantha are strong, well-developed characters. Kathleen had my heart hurting and smiling, sometimes at the same time. Another job well done, Ms. Ball." -- Amazon Reviewer
151 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 16 reviews.
The Blue Butterfly: A Liz Lucas Cozy Mystery, by Dianne Harman. (Still 0.99?)
"I love this latest book in the Liz Lucas Cozy Mystery series
The suspense keeps you going from first word until last. The ongoing characters are noteworthy such as Gertie, the eighty something year old owner of the Diner with stiletto heels, chewing gum and a beehive. The series back drop is set on the coast north of San Francisco, one of the most beautiful areas in California. I look forward to my next Liz Lucas fix." -- Amazon Reviewer
150 pages, with a 5-star rating from 5 reviews.
Never Forsaken (The Kurtherian Gambit Book 5), by Michael Anderle. (Still free?)
"The plot line, character development and interactions, are all spot on. I love the bold mixing of genres - urban fantasy/paranormal? check. Military Exploits? Check. Aliens? Check. Computer and Tech? Check. Mr. Anderle has hit the nail on the head with Bethany Anne, as well as the other female characters in the book. Not only that, but the side characters aren't just cardboard cut-outs taking up space, they have their own rich and unique tapestry of characteristics, quirks, and foibles." -- Amazon Reviewer
333 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 25 reviews.
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