More Ereader Deals for 9-19-15

by Brooklyn on September 19, 2015

Here’s another set of 4 bargain books and 2 free books for you to check out.

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Other Side of the Wall
by Jennifer Peel
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“What a great journey! Can’t wait to read more of Jennifer Peel’s books!” -Cathy from My Book A Day

Amazon Bestselling Author

There once were two couples, neighbors in fact, but like most neighbors today, hardly a word was spoken in passing. What they knew of each other mostly consisted of what was inadvertently heard through the wall that divided their townhomes.

Too often, Scott could hear Ava crying through the wall. He wondered what would make such a beautiful woman so sad, but he had enough of his own problems, he couldn’t worry about what was happening on the other side of the wall. On occasion, Ava could hear Scott’s pleas for his wife to be well. She wanted to offer help and comfort, but she was too physically and emotionally exhausted to reach out across the wall.

Eventually, Ava’s crying ceased and her name changed. Scott’s pleas went quiet as they went unanswered. Now, instead of two couples, there were two very lonely, heartbroken individuals divided by a wall. But could love and healing be closer than they think?

Journey with Scott and Ava as they try to forge a relationship that diminishes both the physical and emotional walls that separate them.


A Doubtful Inheritance
by Ted Todd
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Memoirs and Biographies
Price: $0.99 Save $12.00
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“Absolutely magical and utterly absorbing.” -Natasha

A brief synopsis, Author Ted Todd (Tibor Weisz) approaches his story under the heading of a new genre – autobiofiction – a blending of true reminisces from his own fascinating life, overlaid with a heavy dollop of imaginary plotline.

We first meet the narrator Tim in the 1970s where he attends the Esalen Institute, a quintessential 70s Californian organization designed to help participants on the path to self-awareness. There, Tim comes traumatically face to face with the biggest issue in his life – the disappearance of his beloved father Lajos during WW2. From there the story flashes back to Russia, where, near the war’s end Lajos and brother Andor are the Jewish members of a retreating Hungarian army unit. What follows is a sweeping tale, taking in many settings across the globe – from a Siberian POW camp, through to Vienna, Argentina and Australia. The plot is certainly multi layered and plays out at different time lines between 1945 and the present day. The varied plot threads and characters are interwoven in a way that keeps the reader hanging on, eager to see how and whether the pieces will fall into place. Will the inheritance of much money happen? What else does a person inherit?

The richness of family remembered in Hungary by the young Tibor is beautifully written. But among all the narrator’s reminiscences is the interesting question of memory, and whether what we remember is in fact true, or a product of what our parents have told us, or the way in which we have interpreted our lives. Are we anything more or less, than such memories? Are all the memories of his mother, grandmother and Aunt the real deal? The reader is kept guessing, considering who in this book is part of the author’s actual history, and who created for the story’s purposes? Also, who is narrating or telling this story? Tim perhaps or a narrator, or perhaps the delightful detective Garibaldi?

These fully rounded and wonderful characters are all part of the intriguing plot-lines that carries us along for the read, and each has a strong sense of his own voice. Todd-Weisz, or is it Tim (?) briefly takes time out from his story-telling to speculate on the ad hoc nature of life and other philosophical ponderings. They never hinder the story but seem to complement it. Even fit the tension. He also intersperses the story with Jewish jokes perhaps to give an insight into the idiosyncratic Jewish mindset, and to serve as stunning counterpoints, or maybe to lighten up an otherwise tense and moving story. As for the eponymous ‘inheritance’ itself, that interplays with an unlikely friendship struck up during the war between a Jew and an ex-Nazi officer. But this novel is really about other ‘inheritances’ or the lack of such, beyond mere money – the inheritance of love, friendship, shared history and a family you never knew you had.

This book is a thoughtful, fabulous and exciting read from a new author, with an old soul, a deep philosophical insight into life and history, and a greatly readable tale of life and its complex dramas and joys.


by Lynn Carmer
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Paranormal
Price: $0.99
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Fervor – Nook

“The story is riveting and filled with characters that demand my attention.” -Coffee Time Romance

His world is on fire.

A wrathful volcano is about to devour King Arun’s desert realm. With only days to total destruction, he dives through a mysterious portal in hopes of finding refuge for his people, but instead he arrives in a land of ice. Kidnapped and enslaved in this frozen hell, he spots her, his fervor. Her presence alone brings him into the full strength of his people, but his new power is dangerous and unpredictable. Somehow he must escape his captors and save himself, his kingdom, and the woman that is destined for him.

She has a heart of ice.

Princess Caprice Nue’mon of the Glissante is unable to touch another living soul, as one brush of her skin ends in icy, painful death. Caprice has a secret, though. She can control the freeze. Unlike the vicious and emotionless aristocracy of her kingdom, she craves touch, passion, and fire—all liabilities in the world of Glissante nobility. Dreading her destiny to marry a man she has never met, Caprice is still terrified when an enslaved giant frees himself—and runs straight for her. Kidnapped, she must save herself, rescue her best friend from deadly politics, and find a way home.


If Looks Could Kill
by Eileen Dreyer
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
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If Looks Could Kill – Nook

“Adroitly crafted and ingeniously plotted. This one is a spellbinder.” -John Lutz, author

NY Times, USA Today Bestselling and Award-Winning Author

Chris Jackson has secrets.

A wildly popular author of suspense novels, Chris hides away in the tiny town of Pyrite, Missouri, where she lives in a converted storefront and practices breaking-and-entering on local businesses.

Most of the citizens of Pyrite happily claim Chris as their very own celebrity. But the new police chief, Al MacNamara isn’t one of them. Recently transplanted from the mean streets of Chicago, Mac hates mysteries. And Chris Jackson is a mystery.

Then, the murders begin. Murders that look suspiciously like those in Chris’s books. Murders that escalate to a grisly stabbing that exactly mimics a story no one has read except Chris, herself.

With MacNamara’s help, Chris is forced to delve into the dark recesses of her past for answers. Is a madman stalking Chris? Or is Chris right to question her own sanity? Could she be committing the murders herself?



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A Game of Proof
by Tim Vicary
Rating: 4.4 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
Price: $0.00 Save $19.00
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Award-Winning Author

A mother’s worst nightmare – can her son be guilty of murder?

Sarah Newby, who left school at 15, and was living as a teenage single parent on an inner-city estate, has worked her way up to begin a career as a criminal barrister. But what should she do when her own son, Simon, is arrested and charged with a series of brutal rapes and murders?

Has Sarah, in her single-minded determination to create a career for herself, neglected her son so much that she no longer knows him? He has often lied to her in the past, so how can she trust him when he says he is innocent this time? And what should she do when she herself uncovers evidence that seems to suggest his guilt?


Blood and Beasts
by L.M. Miller
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Young Adult
Price: $0.00 Save $14.99
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Turning sixteen, Seph learns that true friends can handle accidental dragons, blood-chugging contests, and virgin-sacrificing cults.

Seph thought she was the average teenager. She was raised in a foster home. She had a half-brother and half-sister. She had a few best friends. Then she turns sixteen, and she makes out with her best friend, bites him, and nearly kills him. Becoming a vampire isn’t easy. Now, filled with an insatiable urge for blood, she finds herself shipped to Monster Academy, which is filled with the rest of the freaks of nature, like her.

Befriending a couple of witches, a wizard, and a few werewolves, this vampire with an identity crisis finds out that she’s not the only one with problems. As much as she may think she is a monster, she learns that what you are on the inside is what makes you a monster or not. She finds herself immersed in a world of fairy colonies, backstabbing brethren, and teenage romance, but in this whole new world of hers, a blood-crazed monster like herself might be just what it needs.


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