More Kindle Deals for 5-28-13

by Greg on May 28, 2013

Add more reading material to your Kindle library with these 2 bargain books and 2 free books. Make sure to “LIKE” and spread the word about ENT.

Book Of The Day: The Man With The Blue Hat, by Wendy Potocki, has an excellent 4.5 star rating and is only $2.99!


Yellowstone Heart Song
by Peggy L. Henderson
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“Yellowstone Heart Song is a book that hooked my attention from the first sentence and kept me riveted until the final word.” -Carol S.

“I am not good with words, but you make my heart sing, Aimee…”

Nurse and avid backpacker Aimee Donovan is offered the opportunity of a lifetime. She encounters a patient who tells her he can send her two hundred years into the past to spend three months in the rugged Yellowstone wilderness at the dawn of the mountain man era. The only requirement: she cannot tell anyone that she’s from the future.

How did a white woman suddenly appear in the remote Rocky Mountain wilderness? Trapper Daniel Osborne’s first instinct is to protect this mysterious and unconventional woman from the harsh realities of his mountains. While he fights his growing attraction to her, he is left frustrated by her lies and secrecy.

Daniel shows Aimee a side of Yellowstone she’s never experienced. She is torn between her feelings for him, and exposing a secret that will destroy everything he holds as truth.

As her three months come to an end, she is faced with a dilemma: return to her own time, or stay with the man who opened her eyes to a whole new world. When the decision is made for her, both their lives will be changed forever.


Treasure of Saint-Lazare
by John Pearce
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Thriller
Price: $0.99 Save $2.00
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“This was a well written and thoroughly addictive story.I couldn’t put it down. Great character development and the plot is tense and exciting.” -Joanna

AN OLD LOVER brings a cryptic letter to Paris, pulling Eddie Grant reluctantly into a treacherous web of intrigue and death — but giving him a slim chance to find the terrorists who murdered his family seven years before.

It launches him on a dangerous quest through Paris and the Loire Valley for the most valuable piece of Nazi loot that remains missing, a famous Raphael self-portrait from the early 16th century, along with the crates of Nazi bullion that accompanied it — all intended to finance the Fourth Reich.

Jen Wetzmuller, daughter of his father”s World War II colleague in Army Intelligence, arrives in Paris, bearing a letter she found after he father was run down by a car on the streets of Sarasota. Its clues take Eddie from his Paris home to Florida, where he works to solve the mystery, barely escaping with his life.

Then it”s back home to burrow into the darkest reaches of the German occupation in search of the treasure. Along the way he and Jen restart the brief, fiercely passionate affair that he abandoned, to his regret, 20 years before Sarasota. Most of all, Treasure of Saint-Lazare is a novel about Paris.



Please make sure the price says “Kindle Price $0.00″ before clicking “Buy”. If it says “Prime Members $0.00″ “read for free”, it is NO LONGER FREE. All books are free at the time they are posted but are subject to change back to full price at any time. If you are outside of the United States, these books may not be free.

Into the Vast
by D.J. Edwardson
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $11.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


We are the technology of the future.

The Institute is all Adan knows. And the scientists who run it don’t seem to know or even care who he might have been before he came there. But the strange technology they’ve fused inside of him and his missing memories are only the beginning as he finds himself swept up into a conflict between the researchers and the last remnants of humanity untouched by their experiments.

Part mystical science fiction, part dystopian thriller, Into the Vast is the high-tech exploration of humanity at the pinnacle of innovation and achievement, a time when science has made virtually anything possible. But in getting there, something has been lost along the way. And perhaps the only person who knows what that is, is the one who doesn’t know anything at all.

Step into the journey of one man to rediscover his own identity and in the process to save humanity from its greatest enemy: itself.


Spanish Civil War
by George Levrier-Jones
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Non-Fiction/History
Price: $0.00 Save $4.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


So, you think that World War 2 began in 1939? Then you’re evidently not familiar with the Spanish Civil War.

The war was Spain’s Great War. The country suffered death, destruction, and repression on an unprecedented scale. There were large-scale military battles that left tens of thousands dead. The world witnessed some of the largest air battles that it had ever seen.

People from all parts of society, from labor unionists to priests, were heartlessly murdered. Extremists and radical groups saw an exponential rise in their size and influence.

But, it was not just Spain that experienced its Civil War. The Spanish Civil War was also Europe’s and the world’s war. There was significant international involvement and interest in the war from the start, and it was a microcosm of the far greater war that was to follow it.

It involved battles between democracy and dictatorship, Fascism and Communism, Germany and the USSR. The Great Powers of Europe tested out military strategies and new technologies, while tens of thousands of idealistic foreigners joined the war to battle against Fascism. At the same time, the great democracies of Britain and France played a more muddled role.


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