Free Kindle Books – 4 Free Books For 2-24-12

by Greg on February 24, 2012

Here are 4 free Kindle books to get your weekend started. Have a great day and a great weekend, everyone! Please “LIKE” this and share.

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Kissed in Paris
by Juliette Sobanet
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Romantic Suspense
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“You are in Paris, the City of Love. You must not be so controlled. Here, have another glass. I promise you, it will not hurt.”

When 29-year-old event planner Chloe Turner wakes up penniless and without a passport in the Plaza Athénée Hotel in Paris, she only has a few fleeting memories of Claude, the suave French man who convinced her to have that extra glass of wine before taking all of her possessions and slipping out the door. As the overly organized, go-to gal for her three drama queen younger sisters, her anxiety-ridden father, and her needy clients, Chloe is normally prepared for every disaster that comes her way. But with her wedding to her straight-laced, lawyer fiancé back in DC only days away and a French con-man on the loose with her engagement ring, this is one catastrophe she never could have planned for.

As Chloe tries to figure out a way home, she runs into an even bigger problem—the police are after her due to suspicious activity now tied to her bank account. Chloe’s only hope at retrieving her passport and clearing her name lies in the hands of a rugged, undercover agent named Julien who has a few secrets of his own. As Chloe follows this mysterious, and—although she doesn’t want to admit it—sexy French man on a wild chase through the sun-kissed countryside of France, she discovers a magical world she never knew existed and has to decide if the perfectly ordered life she’s built for herself back home is really what she wants after all.

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The Late Sooner
by Sally Jadlow
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
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Sanford Deering wants to stake his claim in the Oklahoma Territory on April 22, 1889. His wife, Lucy, determined to stay in Missouri, refuses to let him go. They are expecting their third child. Soon after the birth, Sanford receives a letter from a friend who staked a claim. Land is still available.

The Late Sooner dramatizes the struggles, heartaches, and trials of the Deering family as they face claim-jumpers, prairie fires, and famine during the difficult years following the first land run in Oklahoma. This account depicts Sanford’s life, recorded one line a day, in his ledger. Author Sally Jadlow is his great-granddaughter.

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Every Able Body
by David Reichart
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Suspense
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It’s 1943, and Mobile, Alabama, is a wartime boomtown full of bedlam and intrigue. The Old South coastal city is under siege by thousands who have left the backwoods and overworked cotton fields to seek their fortune in the city’s bustling shipyards.

Shantytowns and tent cities are erected to shelter those who aren’t crammed into every available room and boarding house. Schools work in shifts but can’t meet the demand; garbage and sewage problems cause rumors of typhoid, and out on the streets, young women are disappearing.

In the absence of success by the city’s undermanned and overworked police force to get leads on a white slavery ring, the fate of the missing women depends on the efforts of three people with different motives: private investigator Frank Lundy, a football legend who’s 4-F and sensitive about it; police reporter Valerie Gilbreath, a former debutante and Mardi Gras queen just beginning her newspaper career; and Alfred Page, an AWOL black soldier targeted for murder by a manic swamp dweller who comes to town with revenge on his mind and supports himself by doing dirty work for the kidnapping ring. One thing they all agree on is that Sally McGinn never should have gone down to the neon district on a school night.

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Threads of Honor
by Gordon Ryan
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
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“…I felt the cartilage in my back stretching and it struck me that I had never stood so tall — that after twenty years in a military uniform, the proudest moment of my life had come in a Scoutmasters uniform standing beside this flag.” The moving story of a group of Boy Scouts who learn the meaning of patriotism, honor, and courage. Worth reading for anyone who still feels that America is a country worthy of respect and honor.

 

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Denise February 24, 2012 at 4:34 am

Love my Kindle. I started reading again with the free and low cost books!

2 nancy cuoco February 24, 2012 at 3:14 am

free books! how great to get people reading or keep people reading!

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