Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love, by Mercedes M. Yardley. (Still 0.99?)
"The book is full of a sweet sort of tension that builds as the story unfolds; you just know they are bound for tragedy, but you don't know exactly how or when. There is murder, blood and gore, but also surprising tenderness, love and understanding. It is an unbelievable story told in a believable way. The element of fantasy is woven carefully into the story, adding to the beauty of the tale." -- Amazon Reviewer
121 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 36 reviews.
New York (Allie's War Early Years Book 1), by JC Andrijeski. (Still free?)
"Fantastic, well written, great plots, enjoyable, and one that you can not put down until you are done. The story line sounded so so, until you started reading. How she got so much action in this book was amazing and it kept you wondering what was going to happen next. This was a free book, and I did not expect much, but I was surprised and I am ordering the next book in the series." -- Amazon Reviewer
144 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 21 reviews.
Queen of the Universe: a romantic comedy, by Geralyn Corcillo. (Still free?)
""Queen of the Universe" was a blast. Lightening-fast pacing with engaging characters in a fun, breezy story. Geralyn Corcillo has a gift for verbal fencing that keeps things lively scene after scene.
She also is obviously in her element writing about show biz. The details about putting together a TV pilot and series anchor the story in a setting that feels authentic." -- Amazon Reviewer
294 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 30 reviews.
Wolves of the Northern Rift (A Magic & Machinery Novel Book 1), by Jon Messenger. (Still free?)
"As I read the closing words of The Wolves of the Northern Rift, I had a huge smile on my face. It was a great read, and one I enjoyed immensely. At this point, it's among the front runners for my favorite book I've read this year. As far as genre? It's a mixture of steampunk with a very Victorian feel which reminded me a lot of Sherlock Holmes, in that it's more mystery based.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
303 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 85 reviews.
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