Bargain and Free Books for 5-31-16

by Greg on May 31, 2016

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

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Fairytale on Fifth Avenue
by Melissa Hill
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $5.00
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“Enjoyed this collection.” -Ruby D.

USA Today and #1 Amazon Bestselling Author

Fall in Love … with heartwarming tales and romantic locations in this collection of escapist stories and romance novels.

FAIRYTALE ON FIFTH AVENUE – Every day, Charlotte visits Tiffany and Co on Fifth Avenue to study a piece of jewelry that holds special significance for her. But the very same item is also of particular interest to someone else…

THE HEARTBREAK CAFE – When a baby is found on the doorstep of The Heartbreak Café in the tourist village of Lakeview, everyone asks – what kind of parent would abandon their child?

Hollywood actress Ruth Seymour is home for the summer. But has an ill-advised fling with a handsome co-star resulted in a seriously unplanned consequence?

Jess feels increasingly left out as the only non-mum amongst her friends. Terrified she might lose them altogether, she embarks on becoming a mother too. But is she really ready?

Nina has come to Lakeview to live with her estranged father, Patrick after a bad break-up. But will she ever dare tell him about the secret she is concealing?

One thing’s for sure: someone knows more than they’re telling. And the truth won’t stay hidden forever…

A NEW YORK CHRISTMAS – When Maddie decides to visit Manhattan in December, hoping that a classic New York experience might help heal her broken heart, she wonders if an encounter with a handsome stranger might turn out to be the perfect gift.

A DIAMOND FROM TIFFANY’S – It’s been two years since Ethan Greene and Gary Knowles collided one fateful evening outside Tiffany and Co on Fifth Avenue.

A mix-up with their shopping bags sent each man’s life on an unexpected trajectory, and while Gary and his fiancee are heading for happily ever after, Ethan’s love life is not so assured.

All Rachel’s dreams are coming true; her restaurant is going from strength to strength, and she and Gary are set to be married amongst family and friends at an idyllic New York location.

But when they arrive in the city only days before the ceremony, Gary seems distracted and restless. Is he having second thoughts?

Terri is dreading the Big Day, mostly because she thinks her best friend is making a huge mistake in marrying Gary.

But also because the wedding means that she will need to see Ethan, and face the hurt in his eyes and disappointment on little daughter Daisy’s face.

Ethan is anxious to see Terri again; he truly felt they had something special, and plans to use the time in New York to prove to her that their relationship deserves another chance.

Will Rachel and Gary’s big day go ahead as planned? Can Ethan and Daisy convince Terri that they belong together?

Or will the romance of New York and Tiffany’s work its magic on the couples once more….


Death of an Airman
by C. St John Sprigg
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Mystery
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“A most ingenious and exciting plot… vigorous style… entertaining characters… exceedingly odd goings-on.” -Dorothy S.

England. 1934.

In full view of a half dozen witnesses, the flying instructor of the Baston Aero Club goes into a tail spin, crashes, and is killed.

Merely a regrettable incident apparently, but that unique character, the Bishop of Cootamundra, who is learning to fly at the Club whilst on leave, thinks otherwise.

He doubts that the strange death was an accident.

These suspicions are the starting point of an investigation which involves an amazing chain of intrigue linked to the quiet town of Baston, culminating in one of the cleverest murders in detective fiction.

Together with Inspector Bray of Scotland Yard and Inspector Creighton, the Bishop uncovers an international crime operation involving cocaine, drug smuggling, secret marriages, French newspapers and loyalty to an elusive figure known as ‘The Chief’.

Included in the cast of this dramatic crime are Sally Sackbut, irreverent and flighty manager of the Club; two rival transatlantic flyers; Tommy Vane, who handles a double Scotch with greater agility than he handles a plane; Lady Crumbles, amazing organizer of air shows; and other extraordinary and diverting characters.

Can the Bishop identify the members of the criminal enterprise in time to prevent another death? And what will become of those innocent victims in charge of the Baston Aero Club?


Great Pacific War
by Hector C. Bywater
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
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“This book is exceptionally well-written, down to the smallest detail to give it the look and feel of a post-war history….” -Robert L.

The Great Pacific War tells the fictional history of a war between the United States and Japan between 1931 and 1933.

First published in 1925, Hector Bywater anticipated many of the details of the conflict in the Pacific during the Second World War.

Written in a manner only possible for the most devoted experts of the subject, Bywater presents an eerily plausible account of a war between these two great naval powers.

His account focuses on the naval actions of the war, describing great battles between a technologically-advanced and well-trained, but under-resourced Japanese fleet and an American navy that continues to grow in strength.

Exciting depictions of the Japanese invasion of the Philippines, the defense of Guam, and inventive American counter-attacks involving the use of dummy ships fill Bywater’s intriguing narrative.

Bywater makes use of all the conventions of the historian, including the use of quotations from many invented sources from both the American and Japanese sides.

His account is so convincing that at times it is surprising to remember that it was a work of fiction. From the implications of the Washington Disarmament Conference to the specifications of the Denver-class cruisers, his expert understanding of naval affairs shines.

The admirals, politicians and soldiers that drive the plot are a mix of complex, interesting characters, at once displaying great heroism and exasperating recklessness.

At a time when his contemporaries were often dismissive of the abilities of the Japanese military, his work stands as a startling warning of a conflict that would begin soon after his death.


The Naphil’s Kiss
by Simone Beaudelaire
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Paranormal
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“…exciting and satisfying read…this book will seduce you.” -Erica Miles, author

Amazon Bestselling Author

As two immortal enemies fall in love, a long-foretold war between the forces of Light and Dark threatens to break.

The Nephilim have long sworn to protect the children of men from the Succubae—daughters of Lilith who wander the earth in search of men to seduce and bend to their sinister will. Yet Sarahi is sick of the shadows, sick of the dark … until the day her path crosses that of Lucien and she dares lift her face towards the light.

But their growing passion is overshadowed by an ancient prophecy that warns the forbidden union between the Naphil and Succubus will produce a great warrior—one who holds the key to victory or utter destruction.



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Mail Order Brides Anthology
by Rose Jenster
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $3.49
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This clean, sweet romance anthology includes the novellas Mail Order Bride Leah and Mail Order Bride Tess, books 1 and 2 of the series. Enjoy each of their journeys in overcoming their challenging situations in New York. Note that each is a sweet stand-alone book, but they also are the first two books in the Montana Mail Order Brides Series.

Mail Order Bride Leah

Leah is a school teacher in Albany, New York during the 1880s who was devoted to her mother until she passed away. Her father lost his business and Leah did not want to spend the rest of her life living with her protective brother. She begins to correspond with a man from Montana who ran an ad for a mail order bride. Could she have found someone who also loves literature and shares so many of her interests?

How does Leah handle her brother’s negative reactions to the correspondence that now was the focus and light of her life? Can she leave the desperate situation in New York and find that joy that her heart dreams? Or is she destined to live a life without fulfillment?

Will Leah find happiness in Montana? What secrets does her love keep to himself that makes him so hard to reach and read? Can Leah help Henry open up his heart or will she give up? Can his scars heal from the past?

Mail Order Bride Tess

Tess is a seamstress in upstate New York during the 1880s. She fears she will be working in the sweltering shop her whole life and never find true happiness by finding a man who loves her. A married friend shows her a newspaper that has ads for mail order husbands and Tess shyly studies it with guarded hope. Tess is quite bashful with a lot of fear, but also worries what her life would be like without a big change.

Will she find happiness out west or be stuck in the sweltering shop in New York? Why does Luke withdraw from her emotionally and can he let go of his past loss? Will Tess return home in defeat and be broken inside? Can their love blossom?


The Last Orphans
by N.W. Harris
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Young Adult
Price: $0.00 Save $11.95
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The Last Orphans – Nook
The Last Orphans – Apple iBooks
The Last Orphans – Kobo

One horrifying day will change the life of sixteen-year-old Shane Tucker and every other kid in the world.

In a span of mere hours, the entire adult population is decimated, leaving their children behind to fend for themselves and deal with the horrific aftermath of the freak occurrence. As one of the newly made elders in his small town, Shane finds himself taking on the role of caretaker for a large group of juvenile survivors. One who just happens to be Kelly Douglas—an out-of-his-league classmate—who, on any other day, would have never given Shane a second glance.

Together, they begin their quest to find out why all of the adults were slaughtered. What they find is even more horrifying than anything they could have expected—the annihilation of the adults was only the beginning. Shane and his friends are not the unlucky survivors left to inherit this new, messed-up planet. No, they are its next victims. There is an unknown power out there, and it won’t stop until every person in the world is dead.

A spine-tingling adventure that will have you gasping for breath all the way until the last page, The Last Orphans is the first book in an all-new apocalyptic series.


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