Free Kindle Books – 7 More Free Books For 3-1-12

by Greg on March 1, 2012

Here are 7 more Kindle freebies for you to enjoy! Please “LIKE” this and share with everyone you know.

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Michal’s Window
by Rachelle Ayala
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
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She lost it all in one agonizing moment…

Princess Michal is used to getting everything she wants, and she has her heart set on the young hero David. But their passionate love affair is destroyed by her father’s murderous rage. Will David’s departing promises be enough?

David the King is no longer the charming harpist she gave her heart to. The most powerful man in Israel, he falls into the arms of the beautiful Bathsheba.

Temptation comes in the form of a dashing Philistine warrior. Michal vows to be the only woman in David’s heart, but does she know her own?

A novel of betrayal, forbidden love, and redemption, Michal’s Window is an imaginative retelling of King David’s story through the eyes of the woman who loved him first.

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Before & Gone (The Chosen Book 1)
by J.M. Pierce
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy
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Some of the greatest minds of our time have hypothesized that alien contact could possibly result in the inadvertent introduction of a virus that would spread like the Plague. What if they were right? What if the human race were to fall victim to a pandemic of extinction-level proportions? What if it wasn’t by accident?

Just as Shiloh Winter embraces the fact that his girlfriend is pregnant and prepares for his role as a parent, his life takes yet another sharp turn. A work related road trip, a vividly frightening dream, and a visit to the emergency room culminate in the end of life as the human race knows it. Shiloh is soon to find out that everything that was before, in a fraction of time, is gone.

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The Jade Rabbit
by Mark Matthews
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
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A female infant is abandoned by her birth-mother in a small Chinese village and spends her first ten months in an orphanage. She is adopted and raised in the United States where she becomes a social worker in order to help children in a desolate Detroit neighborhood.

Her nickname is The Jade Rabbit and this is her story.

As director of a shelter for runaway and neglected youth, Janice Zhu Woodward gets pulled into the lives of the lost children of the Detroit streets. Fueled by angry parents, stories of ghosts who haunt the shelter’s basement, and her own history of being left by a birth-mother who may have long forgotten her, Janice emulates her adoptive mother and becomes an avid, nearly obsessed marathoner. Training injuries, failed goals, and unexpected trauma test her will and take her near her breaking point. When a mysterious girl with dreadlocks is abandoned at the shelter’s front door, Janice becomes her surrogate mother and risks everything to save her. Only a miraculous, unforgettable run through the streets of Detroit can save them both.

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London Calling (Susanna and the Spy)
by Anna Elliot
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Historical Mystery/Romance
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It is the autumn of 1809, and Susanna Ward’s life is more perfect than she could ever have dared hope. She is reconciled with her estranged family and engaged to the man she loves, Lord James Ravenwood. But across the English Channel, Britain’s war with the Emperor Napoleon still rages. And when a chance letter arrives from London, Susanna learns that James has secretly allowed himself to be drawn into the shadowy world of espionage and intrigue. To be with James, Susanna travels to London–and is soon caught up in a dangerous operation to uncover a ring of French spies and a traitor within the British War Office.

Susanna will risk her life to protect both her country and the man she loves. And yet as she sees James torn between love for her and duty to King and country, she realizes that the greatest danger may be to her own heart.

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An Embarrassing Odour
by Andrew Biss
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Humor
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Ethel, a frail, widowed pensioner, sits down one evening to tackle her daily crossword puzzle, when suddenly her tranquil world is turned upside down as a burglar breaks into her home believing it to be unoccupied. While Ethel vainly attempts to forge a relationship with the violent delinquent before her, his concerns lie only in getting his hands on her valuables…that and the unpleasant smell that fills the room. As Ethel shamefully admits, it’s an embarrassing odour for a seventy-eight year old to have, but what her intruder doesn’t know is quite why…though he’s about to find out!

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Exposed – A Thriller (Chandler Series)
by Jack Kilborn, J.A. Konrath, & Ann Voss Peterson
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Thriller
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She’s an elite spy, working for an agency so secret only three people know it exists. Trained by the best of the best, she has honed her body, her instincts, and her intellect to become the perfect weapon.

CODENAME: CHANDLER

Before special operative Chandler was forced to FLEE, she executed the most difficult missions—and most dangerous people—for the government. So when she’s tasked with saving a VIP’s daughter from human traffickers, Chandler expects the operation to be by the numbers…until she uncovers a secret that will endanger the entire population of New York City, and possibly the world.

EXPOSED

Death is in her blood.

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W is for Woofer (Childrens Book Series)
by Leslie Nazarian
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Children’s Books/Education
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A kids alphabet book all about the letter W. Meet Woofer, a character whose name starts with the letter W. This rhyming book features lots of other words that start with the same letter as Woofer’s first name like,

“W is for waltzing at a wedding rendez-vous, for wading in the water, and for whortleberry stew.”

This illustrated picture book celebrates the alphabet letter W. “W is for Woofer” is a children’s rhyming e picture book about the letter W. A fun educational book for kids learning the alphabet.

Colorful illustrations and whimsical words celebrate the wonderful sound and words associated with one of the last letters of the alphabet. Perfect for children learning how to read and kids learning alphabet letters.

First book in the “Woofer Book Series”.

Recommeded ages 2-6.

Kids will enjoy reading this book out loud as they familiarize themselves with all the great words that start with the letter W.

 

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Lori March 1, 2012 at 10:29 am

Excellent choices! Thank you!

2 Judy March 1, 2012 at 8:15 am

I’m with Julie – don’t know if I will be able to read everything I’ve downloaded but willing to give it a real effort. For Terri – once you get the book for free they don’t charge you. Just need to check before clicking if the price has changed. To all: my sister has a saying – Cheap is good, Free is better. Thanks ENT for all your postings.

3 Nancy March 1, 2012 at 8:11 am

I love “books” at least I thought they were free until I checked my bank account and they charged me .99. I called to ask them why I was getting charged for the free books and they gave no explanation. I told them I was getting them off of Facebook that listed the free books for the day and the man said he did not know what I was talking about. I guess though that .99 isn’t bad for a book considering.

4 B Lines March 1, 2012 at 7:33 am

Great books! Thanks so much!

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