Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Free Kindle Books! (Wednesday Feb 24)
Creatus (The Creatus Series Book 1), by Carmen DeSousa. (Still free?)
"As you follow alongside Kris and her new romance with Derrick, one of the Creatus, you are mesmerized by the style and pace of the story. Full of romance, intrigue, suspense and the paranormal, this truly unique story will keep you glued to the pages as Kris and Derrick struggle with their relationship and all the problems that arise when an outsider is brought into the Creatus fold. " -- Amazon Reviewer
332 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 122 reviews.
Flying Lessons: It's never too late to change ..., by H. Lovelyn Bettison. (Still free?)
"I really liked the storyline in Flying Lessons. From a lot of books, you might get the picture that a love story is only for the young. There are two love stories in Flying Lessons and while one does deal with a young couple, the other story deals with two older widowers finding love again after their spouses pass away. It was definitely refreshing to see that love comes in all different shapes, sizes, and of course, ages. " -- Amazon Reviewer
294 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 28 reviews.
Darkness Reigns (The Kinsman Chronicles): Part 1, by Jill Williamson. (Still free?)
"Darkness truly is reigning in the Five Realms at the start of this tale, and this first part of the larger story does a great job of setting the scene and transporting the reader into the middle of established societies that feel like they have existed for centuries. The four POV characters are well-developed, and even in a short space, I feel like we learn enough about them all to care about their stories and want to know how they will continue to weave together. " -- Amazon Reviewer
160 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 41 reviews.
The Martial Apprentice: Life as a Live in Student of Japanese Jujutsu (The Warrior's Way Book 1), by Roy Dean. (Still free?)
"If you like books on the martial arts life this is a great book. His journey thru his discipleship is so similar to those of the shaolin monks and add that to the ups and down of life. Great read! I see the same kind of stuff going thru me on my kungfu journey. I was later on in life when I found my passion for the martial arts, but could so see myself living in a martial arts school and studying full time. " -- Amazon Reviewer
130 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 26 reviews.
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