Here is today's selection of bargain Kindle books!
Foolish Gamble (Classic Romance Collection Book 1), by Lita Lawson. (Still 3.99?)
"Love this book! It held my interest from beginning to end. I especially like the end as it brought the story full circle. The heroine Cassi Whitaker is a wonderful character, who puts her love for horses and her personal integrity above all. It is a fast read and leaves you with a good feeling. Praise for the author Lita Lawson. Looking forward to more exciting adventures from her!" -- Amazon Reviewer
225 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 13 reviews.
Shadow Born: a New Adult Urban Fantasy Novel (Shadows of Salem Book 1), by Jasmine Walt. (Still 0.99?)
"The authors Rebecca Hamilton and Jasmine Walt have written a story that you can't put down (and when you do it's usually to check under the bed to make sure there are no surprises waiting for you). Follow Brook as she discovers what happened to her fiance and learns the truth about the paranormal community in Salem. It's worth every lost minute of sleep." -- Amazon Reviewer
262 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 83 reviews.
Star Shroud (Ascension Series Book 1), by Ken Lozito. (Still free?)
"To keep it simple, I truly enjoyed this novel. Although I read scifi novels for leisure, most usually leave me bored or dismayed by endless technical trivia, never-ending battle tactics, and the like. This novel is distinctly human in its story, and its details were not beyond the realm of possibility. I found something very hopeful in the telling of this tale even as it weaves together the brighter and darker elements of human nature against a backdrop of space exploration and alien contact. I enjoyed the story to its conclusion, and I am looking forward to the next book in the series." -- Amazon Reviewer
261 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 71 reviews.
In the Presence of Enemies, by William J. Coughlin. (Still 0.99?)
"William Coughlin's style is deceptively plain and unadorned. Nevertheless, he creates full-fledged, believable and interesting characters about whom i cared.
But the thing that sets this novel apart is his sense of place. the story is set in Michigan. Coughlin describes the attractive, vibrant downtown business district, the exciting restaurants, and the intriguing waterway topography of Detroit. The synergy of character, plot, and place remain intact throughout." -- Amazon Reviewer
407 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 13 reviews.