More ENT Deals for 7-19-16

by Brooklyn on July 19, 2016

Check out another set of 3 bargain books and 2 free books.

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BARGAIN BOOKS




Shackled Lily – Amazon
by Tammy L. Gray
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“Incredible page turner!” -ALC

Amazon Bestselling Author

She vowed never to love…

One would hardly see a three-story mansion, unlimited bank account, and high-end clothes as a prison. But to Kaitlyn “Issy” Summers, her family’s opulence only represents pain, betrayal and fear. To deal with her heartbreaking past, Issy finds multiply ways to self-destruct and harden her heart from ever being hurt again.

He vowed to make her his…

Grant Forester won’t give up on the woman he has loved for years. He sees past the anger and bitterness to the wounded girl in need of healing. He has the secret to freedom if she would only trust him.

But when darkness and deceit surfaces, their ability to choose may become nothing more than an illusion.

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Promise McNeal Mysteries Vol 1-3 – Amazon
by Morgan James
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Price: $0.99 Save $7.00
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Dr. Promise McNeal, retired psychologist, is supplementing her income with a little investigative work for a lawyer friend to whom she never reveals her unconventional sources: the dead. And they have an agenda all their own.

Promise has left her private counseling practice and traded Atlanta’s ghastly traffic for a package deal that included a struggling general store along with a farmhouse and five acres with a creek and mountain views in beautiful western North Carolina. Her “Watson” is her twenty-something, semi-Goth store manager Susan, a Bluegrass musician who performs with her father Daniel.

Promise’s abilities of perception do not, however, extend to reading mountain men, because, no matter how vehemently Promise dismisses the notion, Daniel– an unsettlingly handsome widower– is, as Susan shrewdly observes, very clearly “sweet on her”.

Morgan James’s appealingly human and incisive, fiftyish female sleuth is sure to delight fans of cozies, especially those by Julia Spencer-Fleming and Mary Kay Andrews, as well as the kind with a light sprinkling of psychic suspense; admirers of female amateur sleuths; readers of supernatural suspense and psychic detective fiction, and of other great North Carolina mystery authors like Margaret Maron, Barbara Neely, Toni P. Kelner, Sarah R. Shaber, Katy Munger and Elizabeth Daniels Squire, and the terrific Appalachian writer, Sharyn McCrumb.

QUIET THE DEAD (Promise McNeal Mysteries Book 1)

The image comes in a dream: a beautiful woman hanging over a stream, strangled with a red scarf. And with that, Promise McNeal’s hoped-for quiet new life in the North Carolina mountains flies out the window.

But in flies opportunity—along with the mystery surrounding the woman’s murder, a brand new murder, a lucrative consulting job, and an extremely attractive man (in a problematical sort of way). A lot of action for a woman who moved from Atlanta to find peace and quiet!

QUIET KILLING (Promise McNeal Mysteries Book 2)

Amateur North Carolina sleuth (and psychic) Promise McNeal just can’t seem to get a good night’s sleep—someone’s always haunting her dreams. Lately it’s been her great grandfather, January McNeal, and who disobeys their great grandfather?

So she delves back into family history, but when she finds grave robbery in there, she has second thoughts.

Then evil comes knocking.

First someone burns her barn, then the contractor she hires to rebuild it is murdered, nearly at her back door. More fires lead her to a mysterious abandoned child who could be the arsonist– and murderer.

QUIET HEARTS (Promise McNeal Mysteries Book 3)

Lovebirds Promise McNeal and her mountain man, Daniel Allen, have arrived in the historic Golden Isles, Georgia’s barrier islands, for a romantic wedding and honeymoon on nearby Jekyll Island.

As fate would have it, the ruthlessly ambitious Atlanta TV talk show host Aileen Wang has brought her crew for an extravaganza production on a cursed Chinese chair that’s also a World War II relic connected to the secret of a sixty-year-old murder. Just as the wedding party assembles, someone shoots first Aileen and then kills two possible witnesses.

Can this wedding be saved?

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The Gun – Amazon
by Daithi Kavanagh
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
Price: $0.99 Save $3.00
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“An exciting, fast paced thriller where the characters come across as life like and very realistic. Well thought out plot and well written.” -Mr John D.

Garda Detective Tadhg Sullivan leads a special unit that investigates politically motivated crime. A man known only as The Deerstalker is a cancer who has infected the Irish political system.

Sullivan teams up with journalist Helen Carty, and together they try tracking down the mysterious killer. Carty adds to Sullivan’s problems, when he finds himself falling in love with her. And further complicating things, he starts losing trust in his partner, Detective Pat Carter, who appears to be on the side of the Garda Commissioner, who Sullivan is rapidly falling out with.

Sullivan’s case is further thrown into confusion when a copycat killer, Tommy Walsh, is shot dead by the CIA. When the CIA discovers that they’ve killed the wrong person, the two agents involved–Simon, who has become disillusioned by his time stationed in the Middle East, and Joey, a psychopath who confuses zealotry with patriotism–are also in pursuit of The Deerstalker.

Sullivan finds himself in a race against time, if he is to arrest The Deerstalker before the CIA take him out, and use his death as a pawn in a political game of chess.

Who will win out in the end?

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FREE BOOKS

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Duet in September – Amazon
by Gina Ardito
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $10.99
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Nia and Paige Wainwright, who have grown up in the Long Island seaside town of Snug Harbor, try an experiment to shake up their humdrum lives. Every day for thirty days, they intend to do one thing differently from their normal routine—with unique results.

Nia, still bitter years after her mother left the family for a wealthy tourist, finds herself falling for vineyard owner, Aidan Coffield, the son of a wealthy Manhattan real estate tycoon.

Meanwhile, Paige keeps knocking heads with her high school nemesis and now town police chief, Sam Dillon.

Each day of this special September will provide Paige and Nia with new adventures, new self-awareness, and of course, enough love to last two lifetimes.

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Rise of the Retics – Amazon
by T.J. Lantz
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Young Adult
Price: $0.00 Save $11.99
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#1 Amazon Bestselling Author

What would you do if you found out you weren’t entirely human and specially trained hunters were trying to kill you?

For Tyranna, a young orphan, it means moving to Rosehaven: a hidden city filled with sword-fighting squirrels, goblin assassins, and a dangerous criminal organization run by an emotionally imbalanced fairy.

It might not be the safest place in the world, but when you’re Retic it’s the only place left.

 

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