More ENT Deals for 11-4-16

by Greg on November 4, 2016

Add more books to your reading list with this collection of 4 bargain books and 2 free books.

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Winter Souls
by Angela Fristoe
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Romance
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“A great addition to the Othala Witch Collection and a slam dunk read.” -Teri H.

USA Today Bestselling Author

To reclaim his soul, they will risk everything…

For six years, Elora has been confined to an island with the Ice Witch, Niobe. When her captor dies, Elora flees across the ice bridge back to Mason, the man she’s kept in her heart all these years. But Mason isn’t the same man she left behind. In his place is a cold and emotionless stranger.

Mason will never forget the day Elora disappeared over the ice bridge. It was the day the Ice Witch tore out his soul. He has settled into his life as a Tank Guard, protecting the small inlet at the northern edge of the sector from ravagers. But with Elora’s return, he has an opportunity to reclaim his soul and the life he thought lost forever.

It’s a dangerous task that will lead Mason and Elora to the depths of the Underworld. It’s a journey none has ever returned from.


Dragon Bond
by Ruby Lionsdrake
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Fantasy
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“A totally unexpected dragon love story from one of the best romance authors I’ve ever read.” -Chris H.

General Zala Shaylinor has led her troops against the dragons since they first invaded her homeland. Respected by her soldiers and wielder of a powerful storm blade, she’s a dedicated warrior who would never seek out love in the middle of a war. All she wants is for her people to be able to walk the world without fear again.

But when a captured prisoner turns out to be a dragon magically chained in human form, she finds herself noticing his striking violet eyes and his powerful presence. Surely, he’s more than the lowly captive he seems.

The dragon, who only offers the name Talon, promises to help the humans strike a blow against his leaders, one that could turn the tide of the war. Zala’s troops suspect a trap, and her unusual interest in the prisoner makes them question her leadership for the first time. Talon claims that all he wants is his freedom in return for helping.

Dare she risk losing her troops’ hard-earned respect? Dare she trust a dragon?


Six Months in the Gold Mines
by E. Gould Buffum
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Memoirs and Biographies
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“A classic in gold rush literature.” -California History

In this informative first-hand historical narrative, Gould Buffum delves into the world of gold-mining in 19th century California.

As he journeys to the golden regions, he provides a personal account of all aspects of mining for the precious metal. From fitfully sleeping through extreme weather conditions, basking in the natural beauty of the flowers and streams in California’s plains, bonding with Indian locals, being chased by an enormous grizzly bear, watching criminals publicly lashed and hanged or struggling to find provisions beyond moldy bread and meat and suffering disease and injury, Buffum’s journey is a memorable one.

His first-hand depictions of the joy, pleasure and pride in excavating hugely valuable amounts of gold in comparison to the disappointment and frustration in finding close to nothing render his narrative personal in every sense.

Alongside this vivid and personal portrait, Buffum offers thought-provoking commentaries on the technicalities of gold-mining, its immense impact on Californian economy, politics and population, as well as potential theories on how these gold regions came to exist.

This combination of personal portrayals and informative discussions paints a vivid, educational and captivating historical narrative that brings this fascinating portion of American history alive.


Sinking Ship
by Philip McCutchan
Rating: 3.9 Stars
Genre: Action and Adventure
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“A first rate adventure series.” —Publishers Weekly

Lieutenant-Commander Cameron, RNVR, is up against impossible odds.

He and his men are travelling aboard the Charger, under the watchful eye of Captain Mason-Goodson and his crew.

Cameron and his men are under orders not to interfere and to behave more like passengers than crew members.

But when the boat is hit by a freak storm things start to take a bad turn and Mason-Goodson’s decisions begin to cost lives and turn even his own crew against him.

And around them, the Second World War is raging and nobody has the men to spare to rescue the Charger.

Chaos erupts, the ship is barely holding on and Cameron finds himself placed in and out of command as Mason-Goodwin’s health plummets more and more.

Can Cameron keep the crew afloat until rescue comes?

Will rescue come at all?

And of course, at any moment, their enemy could be hidden amongst the waves.



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Karma’s A Bitch
by Shannon Esposito
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Mystery
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Darwin Winters, reluctant pet psychic, is determined to leave her family’s paranormal past behind and lead a normal life. So she strikes out on her own and opens up a new pet boutique in St. Pete, Florida. When a local homeless man she befriends is found dead, and the police assume it’s a suicide, Darwin has no choice but to use her gift to help collar the killer.

She adopts his grieving mastiff, Karma—and with the dog’s help—tries to piece together the events of that fatal night. Accepting the visions is one thing, but can she solve the mystery without revealing her powers to the jaded, yet drool-worthy, detective in charge of the case? Or will the killer put an end to her psychic sleuthing and bury the truth for good?


The Last First Game
by Gina Azzi
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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When Lila Avers accepts a medical internship through Astor University in California for the fall semester of her senior year, she doesn’t expect much. In fact, she’d rather work on her tan and meet a surfer instead of logging long hours at the hospital and studying. But before she even boards her flight to LA, she meets Astor University wide receiver, Cade Wilkins. A football player. When Cade turns out to be so much more than just muscle, Lila is smitten. Maybe a semester away from her friends won’t be so bad after all.

Cade Wilkins is beyond ready for his last season at Astor. Already being scouted and projected as a NFL draft pick, he’s riding a natural high and all set to breeze through his senior year. To sweeten the start of the fall semester, he meets his dream girl at the airport on his way back to LA. Lila Avers, a blond, blue-eyed angel. Could life get any better?

When Cade is sidelined by an unexpected injury, he’s devastated to learn of more serious health concerns. As his world implodes, Lila holds him together. But is she strong enough to see him through his recovery?

As their own insecurities and doubts emerge, their new, fragile relationship is tested. Can Cade and Lila handle the ugly truths of falling in love when tensions flare, boundaries are violated, and uncertainty looms over the future of their relationship?


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