Bargain and Free Books for 10-19-13

by Greg on October 19, 2013

Download these 2 bargain books and 2 free books for your Saturday reading enjoyment. Please “LIKE” and share ENT with friends and family.

Book Of The Day: Snow White Sorrow, by bestselling author, Cameron Jace, has a 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $2!

BARGAIN BOOKS



Silent Fall
by Barbara Freethy
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Price: $0.99 Save $4.00
Make sure price is still 99 cents before clicking “Buy”.

 

 

Dylan Sanders is attending a wedding in the mountains when his trip takes a terrible turn. A former lover appears out of nowhere, demands a private conversation, and lures him into the woods, then leaves him there, drugged and disoriented. The next morning, the woman has disappeared, and Dylan is accused of her murder.

Catherine Hilliard, a beautiful psychic haunted by her own dark past, is reluctant to offer up her cryptic visions to help skeptical Dylan figure out what’s going on, but she can’t leave her best friend’s brother-in-law on his own … or deny the powerful, inexplicable connection between them.

It soon becomes clear that a wily and ruthless mastermind has targeted both of them, with a motive that’s very personal. Soon their race to expose the truth is no longer about staying out of jail but about staying alive …

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Watchers of the Night
by Matthew Keith
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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From the outside, Paul Bennett appears to be an ordinary high school senior from small-town Kentucky. But Paul has a secret. He possesses an extraordinary gift which allows him to leave his body during the night and go anywhere, see anything—unseen, undetected.

Unbeknownst to Paul, he is not alone in his ability–there are others who can do what he can, and they belong to Astralis, a government agency funded by the United Nations who train people like Paul to become spies. When one of their scouts recognizes Paul for what he is, he is offered a place in the agency.

Paul makes a new life at Astralis, forging new friendships and inadvertently creating new enemies. Through the mentoring of the agency’s director, Dr. Abrams, Paul finds a place where he finally feels he belongs.

Unfortunately, Astralis is an organization under siege from within. Not everyone feels Dr. Abrams is a fit director, and some are willing to do anything to make a change of leadership–even murder.

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FREE BOOKS

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A Joyful Break
by Diane Craver
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $11.53
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

After her mother’s untimely death, a twenty-year-old Amish woman has a difficult decision to make: Choose to break from the Plain community and her boyfriend and live in the English world permanently…or join the Amish church.

Rachel Hershberger wants to get away from her Amish home in Fields Corner, Ohio. For a year she’s been trying to fill her mother’s shoes by taking care of her father and siblings. She quit her job at the bakery so she would have more time to clean and cook at home.

Before her mother died, Rachel was positive she wanted to marry Samuel Weaver, but now she can’t think about wedding plans. She blames her father for her mother’s death. If they had installed a phone in their barn or a shanty, her mother might have received medical help in time to save her life.

Her mother’s death has made Rachel question if she should be baptized and join the church. She wonders if non-Amish women live longer and have less stress. Maybe her forty-four-year old mother would still be alive had she left the Amish lifestyle like her sister Carrie did.

When her Aunt Carrie invites her to go to the beach, Rachel decides the time away will help her to decide whether to join the Amish church or to live in the English world. She is conflicted because she loves Samuel and her family. Instead of a relaxing time away, disturbing events happen while Rachel’s in Florida.

A photographer snaps troublesome pictures of Rachel because of her famous senator uncle, and a handsome and charming college student falls in love with Rachel.

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Walking Toward the Light
by Karen Scarpulla
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Memoirs and Biographies
Price: $0.00 Save $9.95
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

Karen Scarpulla’s ex was a self-absorbed husband and an uninvolved father to their two children. So why, after six years of divorce, would Karen choose to move herself and her kids into his home? Vince has just been diagnosed with Stage IV esophageal and stomach cancer, and his children barely know him.

Not only is Karen suddenly sharing a home with a man she has spent the last several years trying to avoid, but she also becomes his caregiver and primary source of emotional support. The new arrangement quickly drums up ancient hurt, and old family dynamics creep out from underneath the rug. Karen and her children struggle to make each last day they have with Vince count.

Will Karen be able to step through the resentment and find the peace in true forgiveness? And will Vince realize the gift he has been given before it’s too late?

 

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