Bargain and Free Books for 4-26-15

by Brooklyn on April 26, 2015

Here are 4 bargain books and 2 free books for your Sunday reading enjoyment.

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Seducing His Senator
by Elle Marlow
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $1.99 Save $2.00
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“…a wonderfully engaging love story….Ms. Marlow has a gift for writing beautifully poignant scenes that will capture a piece of your heart.” -Lisa W.

Amazon Bestselling Author


Senator Vivian LeMasters is Arizona’s favorite and most talked-about politician.

Her ethics and sexy charisma might win over the voters—but not the ‘establishment.’

They can’t wait to see her fall from her pedestal. She can’t risk her career for anything—even love.


Blackmailed into a plot to end Vivian’s career, cowboy Brock Barone is supposed to wrap the young senator in a sex scandal—not fall in love. Now he has to choose; seduce her for love or betray her for money.


Phoenix only gets hotter when the sun goes down.


by Claire Farrell
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Paranormal
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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Taunt – Nook
Taunt – Apple iBooks
Taunt – Google Play
Taunt – Kobo

“Very good plot and keeps your interest throughout the book, hard to put it down.” -Linda S.

Ava needs to forget all about the vampires, but they won’t leave her alone. Between her failing business, angry landlord, disloyal friends, and vampire stalkers, life is starting to feel pretty stressful. When Ava finally deals with her biggest problem, she gets caught up in the chain of events it triggers and is dragged along a path she can’t escape from.

Ava has to figure out exactly what her biggest threat is: the humans, the vampires, the Council—or her true heritage.


The King of Powys
by Jan Foxall
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
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“This book is very entertaining and at the same time educational reading about the historical time period at British courts….very unique!” – Marie-Louise N.

This is the story of King Arthur. Set in the west of Britain during the years that span the end of the fifth and the beginning of the sixth centuries, it is told in the voices of ten people who knew him well, and whose lives were affected by him. It is a tale of war, love, jealousy, hatred, sacrifice and courage. Through it all, the legend of King Arthur is built and embedded into history, never to be forgotten.

From the viewpoints of the ten narrators, the novel follows the whole life of King Arthur and the many facets of the king’s nature are revealed. He is surrounded by people needing him or using him for their own devices but it is only Myrddin, who stands apart and dispassionate, whom he really trusts. And that trust ultimately proves fatal.


Teller of Tales
by Ray Dacolias
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Literary Fiction
Price: $0.99 Save $1.97
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Teller of Tales – Nook
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“Very well written short stories with a lot of moral thought.” -James

“Janitor” is a story about a man whose skin pigments happen to be predominantly black, who exists in Southern society before the advent of a kinder and gentler America. Although he is not treated with respect at his custodial job or in town, he is the embodiment of affability and graciousness. One day, something dramatic happens to alter the shameful attitude of his fellow citizens toward him.

“Love” is about the inviolate affection between a father and his daughter. As she lies dying on a hospital bed, he faithfully attends to her every need; it is here that we see their special bond, and the deep sorrow that compels him to desperate measures.

“The Whispering Bells” is a tale about tiny creatures that seek adventure and excitement as they soar throughout the galaxies. Sometimes, they form long lines and watch young Bells catch meteoroids and perform entertaining routines on them. One of these Bells is not so cautious and he lands on a planet where he cannot fly, and this is where his real journey begins.

“Crashing Into You” examines the life of a beautiful young woman and the consequences of her irresponsible actions. She speeds everywhere she goes, never thinking that her reckless driving might hurt someone; but one day she does hurt someone and goes to jail, and when she comes out, she is forced to examine her past life and the people she affected.

“March of Life” takes place during World War II. American and Filipino soldiers are on a forced march by Japanese captors who mistreat and often murder those prisoners who displease them or who are unable to physically make the trek. One of the Japanese soldiers does not agree with this inhumane treatment. He finds a way to leave the island, but unfortunately lands on the Chinese coastline, and must somehow survive the very people his country is seeking to commit genocide against.

“Autograph” profiles an old man who has had decades of nightmares about his role in the horrific bombing of another nation. He eventually realizes that he must go to this country and make amends with the people, but once there, he finds it is not an easy task.

“Of Greater Significance than Mammon” begins with a dying man struggling to move along a snow-covered road. He is trying to get to the house where his wife and precious daughter live, but he soon collapses. A Good Samaritan comes along and learns from this man that there are assassins coming to kill the man’s family. The youth now must make a decision to run, merely help, or take action.

“100” depicts the struggles of one hundred men in a bleak desert. They are cogitating on the methods to prevent a fast-moving truck with a deadly cargo from reaching a nearby city. These bald-headed men, dressed in beige clothes, have no weapons and very little time to resolve this dilemma.

“Soul Love” begins with a man holding onto the railing of a boat, his other hand grasping his wife’s as she dangles above a tempestuous sea. Soon his grasp will weaken and she will fall into the boiling cauldron—but when his hold on her is gone, something miraculous happens.

“A Purpose Given” profiles a wandering man who appears to be just like every bum or hobo who inhabits the landscape, but his past life was exemplary, and due to tragic circumstances, he has voluntarily left home and hearth to look for a greater purpose beyond his own life, and finds it.



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The Billionaire’s Counterfeit Girlfriend
by Nadia Lee
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $14.99
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The Billionaire’s Counterfeit Girlfriend – Nook
The Billionaire’s Counterfeit Girlfriend – Apple iBooks
The Billionaire’s Counterfeit Girlfriend – Kobo

NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

Curvaceous beauty Hilary Rosenberg doesn’t believe in love. She only goes out with nice guys who won’t expect passionate romance–until a notorious womanizer demands she repay a favor with four weeks of counterfeit dates.

Billionaire playboy Mark Pryce doesn’t do relationships. In fact, he’s never been with the same woman for more than three months. But when his matchmaking mother tries to sabotage his bachelorhood, he needs a stand-in girlfriend. Luckily, Hilary owes him big time. But as they start to spend more time together, he finds himself wanting to break his first rule: never get too close…


Winds of Change
by William Robert Stanek
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Fantasy
Price: $0.00 Save $14.00
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

Winds of Change – Google Play

Amazon Top 50 Bestselling and Award-Winning Author

After the Great War that divided the peoples, the five kingdoms of men plunged into a Dark Age that lasted 500 hundred years. To heal the lands and restore the light, the great kings decreed that magic and all that is magical, be it creature, man or device, shall be cleansed to dust.

From their thrones, the kings watched as creatures born of magic were hunted to extinction by heroes chosen to honor their clans in the blood games. The cleansing raged for so long that no human could recall a time without it and it is in this time that the Dark Lord Sathar returned from the dark beyond.

The one hope of the peoples of Ruin Mist was Queen Mother, the elf queen of old. She saw a way out of everlasting darkness, a path that required the union of the divided peoples.


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