Bargain and Free Books for 5-11-13

by Greg on May 11, 2013

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

Check out today’s Book Of The Day: Trust No One, by Diana Layne, has an impressive 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only $2.99 – save $2!

BARGAIN BOOKS



Runner Up
by Leah Banicki
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Christian Fiction
Price: $0.99

 

Hannah Parker was about to escape for a romantic world tour when she became a contestant on the hit reality TV show, Soulmate. Last year’s runner up was the ‘good guy’ heart throb Anthony Capriccio, who won over every good girl’s heart when he showed off his sweet nature and his stunning good looks.

Though successful in her career as a professional photographer, Hannah had been a flop on the dating scene. Would the lights and drama of a TV crew, twenty-five beautiful woman, and one good looking guy be too much?

From the hearth of a Scottish castle, to expansive Australia, to the busy streets of London, Hannah Parker will find out if she is up to the task of catching her very own Prince Charming.

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At First Touch
by Mattie Dunman
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Thriller
Price: $0.99

 

Liz Hannigan has been on the run since she was twelve years old. Her mother is dead. Her father has lost his job. And thanks to an experimental procedure, Liz is now able to ‘download’ the contents of every brain around her with a simple touch.

Forced to hide from both the federal government and a darkling group of morally deficient scientists known as the Coalition who are determined to exploit her abilities, she moves with her father to the bucolic coal town of Pound, West Virginia.

But the hunt for Liz and her abilities hasn’t ended, and her hopes for peace are shattered when she inadvertently downloads the enigmatic Carey Drake, whose unusual good looks and charm conceal a secret as shocking as her own.

Stunned by the knowledge that she has found someone else with extraordinary abilities, Liz finds herself drawn to Carey, discovering a deep attraction and dares to hope for the first time she might find love.

But when an agent of the Coalition begins stalking her, Liz must find a way to work with the government agency she most mistrusts as she strives to build a longed-for normal life and evade the agent who has tracked her down. Caught up in a struggle to save herself and those she loves, the girl who sees all is blind to true danger until it is too late.

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FREE BOOKS

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Letters From Long Binh
by Randy Mixter
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Memoir
Price: $0.00 Save $9.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

I boarded the plane to Vietnam at exactly midnight on January 1st, 1967. I was a 19 year old soldier with pen and paper in hand. I began to write.

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The Red Cross of Gold: Books I & II
by Brendan Carroll
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Fantasy
Price: $0.00 Save $3.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.

 

Book I:. The Knight of Death – The Red Cross of Gold is an ancient order of clandestine Templar Knights left over from the middle ages. A well-worn theme by now, of course, but these Knights are also left over from the middle ages.

In fact, many of them are left over from even earlier ages. The story begins when one of them, whose job is dual in nature, Alchemist/Assassin, takes a trip to America in order to retrieve a deserter. The Grand Master’s Apprentice has broken his vows and run off with a couple of young women from Texas.

Unfortunately, there is more to his desertion than is first surmised and a high priestess from a rival order is ready and waiting for him. Using an ancient alchemical solution to subdue the Assassin leaves him with a muddled brain and an unfortunate loss of memory.

As he falls in love with one of captors, his memory returns in fits and starts by way of dreams and visions while his other captor tries to pry the secret of immortality from his highly disturbed mind.

Things get much worse when the Grand Master declares him a possible threat to the order and sends three of his brethren knights to bring him home with or without his head attached to his body.

The surface tension is obvious, forbidden love, conflicted hero, naïve shallow heroine, ruthless antagonists, but there is a hidden conflict within the Assassin that foreshadows things to come in the Epic Fantasy series: The Assassin Chronicles.

The series spans an entire century, starting in 2000 and stretching into the future as the mission and origins of the Order of the Red Cross of Gold and its member knights are revealed. Their tale begins in the shadows of prehistory and culminates with the coming of the New Age.

Book II:. The King of Terrors – Mark Ramsay returns to America bent on marrying the girl he left behind, but things are not well on the home front. Two members of his ancient Order set themselves on a dangerous course to stop him at all costs, believing that the marriage will cause the dissolution of the Order.

However, his worst enemy lies much closer to his heart when his most beloved Brother weighs into the equation on the wrong side. The Knight of Death places everything on the line as he battles to save the life of his son and win back the woman he loves.

 

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1 BONNIE BECHTEL May 11, 2013 at 5:47 am

amish book novels of indian days please

2 Debi May 11, 2013 at 5:14 am

Thank you…I love the variety your options provide.

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