More ENT Deals for 3-18-16

by Greg on March 18, 2016

Download these 3 bargain books and 2 free books to get your weekend started.

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Entitled- A Bad Boy Romance
by Danielle Slater and Roxy Sinclaire
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“….a great book with amazing characters and a great story line. Can’t wait to see what comes next. Highly recommended.” -Zuckie

They call me heartless. But that’s just because I always get what I want.

And now I want her.

Devlin Masters has spent his entire life in the service of his family’s business empire, working his way up from the mailroom to the boardroom of Masters In Style. As C.E.O. and heir to the billion-dollar hair-care company, Devlin’s life is consumed by his work. But when a rival orchestrates his downfall, Devlin must rehabilitate his image or lose control of his cherished company.

Then he meets Ayron. He instantly wants her curvy body. He soon appreciates her mind just as much. But what if she wants his heart?

His father hired me to help him. He’s not supposed to know about this deal. I can’t fall in love with him.
I’ve got to be heartless.

Community therapist Ayron Winters loves helping people more than she craves a big paycheck. But when faced with losing her office space—and her beloved assistant’s huge medical bills—Ayron knows she needs money, and a lot of it. Fast.

When the founder of the famed Masters In Style hair care corporation wants to hire Ayron to counsel his impulsive, bad-boy son, she’s intrigued. When she finds out how much he’s paying, she thinks it’s a godsend. But the devil’s in the details: she can’t let Devlin Masters know she’s a therapist. In order to gain his trust, she must pose as his friend. His confidant. But what happens if he wants more? What happens if she does?

Ayron can’t lose her heart to Devlin. But more than anything: she can’t let him find out who she actually is.


Black Dog
by Thomas Laird
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Mystery
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“More tightly knit than his even more grisly debut.” —Kirkus Reviews

Black Dog lives in the deep pit of the human soul, where desolation and depression also hang out.

In this third Jimmy Parisi novel, the Chicago detective is fighting against fatigue and homicide burnout.

His latest case involves a killer who is draining the blood from young women before leaving them to die.

All of the victims have one thing in common – they are all young women who are alone in the world with no family to miss them.

With his old partner Doc Harold Gibron taking a month’s leave of absence, Jimmy is paired up with the young Jack Wendkos to investigate the case.

But as they set out to investigate Jennifer Peterson’s killing, Jimmy and Jack are called out to a murder scene in the West Side, also known as ‘the hood’.

An old man, Arthur Ransom, has been found with his throat sliced open in his one-bedroom flat. Jimmy believes that Ransom might have been killed as part of a gang initiation.

But investigating any crime in the hood is hard as nobody “knows nothing” and the brutal killing of an old man in the heart of gangland is of little interest to the media.

As Jimmy tries to unravel the mystery surrounding the vicious killer, who’s been dubbed The Count, he discovers there is a connection between the murders and satanic rituals and Goth clubs.

As the detectives are plunged into the underworld of the black arts they realize that vampire cults and devil worship are alive and well in sophisticated twenty-first century Chicago…


The Unpopular King
by Alfred Owen Legge
Rating: 4.2 Stars
Genre: Memoirs and Biographies
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“Wonderful biography!!!….I applaud this unbiased representation!” -Terese

In this classic history, written in 1885, Alfred Owen Legge tries to set the reputation of Richard III right.

This first volume takes us through the Yorkist and Plantagenet rulers before him, placing his reign in historical context. He himself writes that this period, in which the printing press brought to light many conflicting opinions to the masses and to posterity, needs to be studied “calmly, dispassionately, patiently”.

Refuting many other accounts, including the plays of William Shakespeare and histories by Polydore Vergil, Fabyan and Thomas More, Legge begins to put forward his more tender portrait of the King helped by the passage of four centuries of English life and unclouded by recent criticism of a king who came before the Tudor dynasty.

With the gaze of an experienced historian, and in subjective prose which is always centered on truth and balance, Legge writes an unbiased history of fifteenth-century England, chronicling the affairs of the despotic King Edward IV in particular and his relationship with the future king Richard III.

Richard himself was “punctilious in his regard for morality and the observances of religion” and to serve his subjects, in opposition to the sort of ruler Edward was.

In addition, Legge refutes Richard’s alleged physical deformity, which Shakespeare incorporated into his own portrait that clouds today’s memory of Richard III. He writes about his childhood and adolescence in the context of the times.

Legge describes rebellions in the field of battle, royal affairs and the public reaction to proclamations and events; the feudal system was still in place in the 1400s, and the noble families such as the Woodvilles who made up the gentry are talked about at length.

Christianity looms large over the country’s affairs, with Archbishops protesting against the Violation of Sanctuary. Civil war had broken out on the accession of a child to the English throne in 1422, and the period was marked by conflict and a struggle for power where there were several claims to sovereignty. This led to murders and, famously, imprisonment for those who dared challenge the authority of the king.

Alfred Owen Legge wrote biographical works on figures including Pope Pius IX, and works focused on religion such as The Temporal Power of the Papacy and A Life of Consecration.



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Lie to Me
by Julie Ortolon
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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USA Today Bestselling and Award-Winning Author

Never has one sweet lie sparked so much passion…

The day Chloe Davis finds a priceless necklace washed up on the beach, she’s convinced it came from the shipwreck in the cove. To her, it’s a sign of acceptance into the idyllic world of Pearl Island where she’s lived for the past few lonely years as a peripheral member of the family who runs the thriving bed and breakfast. That assurance could shatter when a sexy visitor from New Orleans arrives with the truth about the necklace.

Luc Renard, a former classmate who had a hopeless crush on Chloe, is stunned when she flirts with the successful gaming entrepreneur he’s become. Then he realizes she doesn’t recognize him as the school geek he used to be. Nor does she know he came to Pearl Island to recover the necklace for his grandmother, its rightful owner. Should he allow her to think he’s a stranger and enjoy their time together, or tell her the truth and watch all that desire fade from her eyes?

What starts as a simple omission of fact quickly sets Chloe and Luc adrift in a sea of longing, love, and conflicting loyalties. Each must choose between the demands of family and the needs of the heart. Will love give them the courage to find a safe harbor where they both belong?


Black Flagged Alpha
by Steven Konkoly
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
Price: $0.00 Save $14.99
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Daniel Petrovich, the most lethal operative created by the Department of Defense’s Black Flag Program, protects a secret buried in the deepest vaults of the Pentagon. Blackmailed into executing one final mission, Daniel’s carefully constructed “life”rapidly disintegrates into a relentless federal manhunt–and a “24-style” race against the clock to suppress the shocking truth about his past.

To survive, he’ll release the darkest side of his concealed identity. A dark side with few boundaries–and even fewer loyalties.


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