More Bargain and Free Books for 3-30-13

by Greg on March 30, 2013

Start another adventure by downloading these 2 bargain books and 2 free books. Make sure to “LIKE” and share ENT with friends and family.


My Misery Muse
by Brei Betzold
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Price: $0.99


First young love gets sidetracked by dreams that take them on two different journeys, but an unknown bond brings them back together again. Devi Porter an up-and-coming tattoo artist in Dallas is trying to live her life as best as possible, but never able to forget the love she had with Seth.

Seth a bassist for the popular band My Misery Muse is struggling with his fellow band members with the lifestyle that he now lives. The band decides to go home to Dallas to work on their latest album as well as to work out their problems out from under the glare of the media.

Seth and Devi meet up again and both realize they have a lot to work out between themselves as well. As they get reacquainted life and obstacles are thrown at them at them at every turn are they able to overcome them to become the family neither really had.


by R.D. Raven
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Horror
Price: $0.99


Caitlin Kinsley (“Cait”) is the new girl in town. She and her family moved to the city when her father took on a lower paying job so he could be home more often to take care of his wife.

Cait’s mother’s nightmares have become a reality; and the combination of drugs and booze to alleviate them, sadly leads to a tragic end. But Cait feels she might be in the same boat. Is she losing her own mind as well?

Seth Hawthan offered a trusting ear to Cait straight after she started at her new school. But his intentions are soon made clear; and they are not what Cait–or any girl–would ever want from a boy.

But Aidan Sears walks in just in time–before Seth gets his way. And Aidan seems to have a tender history in this area; seeing what Seth planned on doing only leads to a fight like no other. But Aidan loses … badly, distracted by Cait’s gaze and the unshakeable feeling that he has just had a conversation with her in his mind.

Where does he know her from? Enter Hayley Selwyn, the closest friend Cait has ever had–a red-head with an outlandish sense of fashion. Hayley likes reading about witches and Irish Mythology. That’s right: Witches and Irish Mythology … and the singing banshees. And we’ve only just gotten started …



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Journey of Honor
by Jaclyn M. Hawkes
Rating: 3.8 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
Price: $0.00 Save $3.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


A Journey Through the Refiner’s Fire. Disowned, she came to America anyway. Attacked and left pregnant by a vicious mob, she still pressed on. Finally, in spite of being accused of theft by the vilest of her attackers, Giselle tries to remain as upbeat and uncomplaining as a prairie wildflower as she travels on to Zion.

Thoroughly disillusioned with the ugliness and cruelty of slavery in the South, Trace Grayson leaves his young medical career to go west, hoping to leave bigotry and hatred behind. He begins taking goods by teamster train to sell in the territories.

However, this fourth time across, in July of 1848, he’s stuck in St. Joseph, Missouri, waiting for enough wagons to join the train so that they can leave. Knowing that if they don’t start west soon, they’ll be caught by snow in the mountains, Trace is thrilled when the final wagon signs on.

Then, when the beautiful, young Dutch girl traveling with the last wagon is falsely accused of stealing and is detained, the whole trip is jeopardized. Thrown together by circumstance, Trace and Giselle team up to begin to figure out just how to make this epic journey across a continent a success.

With a deep sense of honor and an equally strong sense of humor, together they learn to deal with everything except the one trial that neither of them can overcome.


Desires of My Heart
by Heather Bixler
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Christian Non-Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $7.00
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


The TRUTH is……You don’t have to be perfect to delight in the Lord. You don’t have to have it all together, or have the perfectly balanced life. For so long I thought before I could move forward in certain areas of my life I needed to at least have a perfectly balanced life.

But now I realize that isn’t so. God will bless your efforts, and He will honor your humility. So when you feel like delighting in Him requires action from you to improve or be better at being a Christian, know this, God is strong where ever you are weak, and your actions for the Lord will not go in vain.

I will say it again, God will honor your humility. When our hearts are filled with pride we remove our self from the presence of the Lord, but through humility we experience God in a whole new way, and that is when we finally know and experience what it means to delight in the Lord.

You do not have to be perfect, and the “Desires of My Heart” eBook is not about being perfect, it is about BECOMING – or moving – towards God and living a life delighted in Him, which will come when our hearts have been changed by Him.

Desires of My Heart is a devotional eBook based on Psalm 37:4. So many of us believers walk our Christian walk without really knowing what it means to delight in the Lord. In this eBook we answer that question “What does it mean to delight in the Lord?”

“Desires of My Heart” is a powerful eBook that will help you work to get past any barriers you may have that is inhibiting your walk with the Lord, while also encouraging you to live a life guided by The Holy Spirit.


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