More Kindle Deals for 7-14-13

by Greg on July 14, 2013

Need more reading material? Add another set of 2 bargain books and 2 free books to your Kindle library. Make sure to “LIKE” and share ENT with friends and family.

Book Of The Day: Romantic Comedy Trilogy, by bestselling author, Patrice Wilton, has a 4.8 star rating and is on sale for only $1.99 – save $2!


The Many and The One
by Donald Wells
Rating: 3.9 Stars
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Price: $0.99


When Lindsay Parker catches her boyfriend Derek Stern cheating, she wants only one thing–Revenge! Knowing of Derek’s hatred for Jason Reynolds, she begins dating Jason simply as a way to hurt Derek.

However, something happens that Lindsay didn’t count on. She falls in love. Derek schemes to get Lindsay back into his life, however, his obsession goes too far, and leads to a violent and life-altering confrontation with Jason.

When Derek’s beautiful, but conniving mother Charlotte enters the fray, the stakes escalate into a decades long struggle that tests Lindsay and Jason’s bond, while redefining the boundaries of love.


Duke of a Gilded Age
by S.G. Rogers
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Romance
Price: $0.99


When American-born Wesley Parker inherits a dukedom in 1890, he must learn to be an aristocrat. Assigned to the task is his attorney’s daughter, prim Belle Oakhurst. As they travel to England together on a luxurious ocean liner, their tempestuous relationship encounters more than rough seas.

Although Wesley is increasingly attracted to Belle, she is already engaged. While Belle begins to regret her hasty promise to marry, she is bound by honor and duty to keep her pledge. Furthermore, a thoughtless fabrication on her part threatens to expose her as a liar.

Neither Wesley nor Belle can foresee that their voyage across the Atlantic will be fraught with peril, and will cost more than one man his life.



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Liberty Hill
by Sonja Heisinger
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Genre: Historical Fiction
Price: $0.00 Save $12.99
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


It’s the 1800’s and thousands are fleeing the potato blight in Ireland. But in New York City, two young Irish immigrants are fleeing something else. For Evelyn Brennan, an impending marriage she doesn’t want. For Lucius Flynn, the burden of a life in business and trade under his tyrannical father.

Brash and adventurous, Lucius decides the only way to be free of his doomed future as a bored tradesman is to risk everything on the burgeoning and dangerous gold fields of California. However, that “everything” that he plans on risking is in fact the dowry of his headstrong bride, Evelyn.

The truth that they were once childhood friends is something Evelyn sorely tries to forget as her new husband drags her along the quickest but deadliest path to the California gold rush: the Panama Route.

Under the pretense of honeymooning in New Orleans, Lucius and Evelyn board a steamship bound for California, where they bear each other’s company with little grace and frequent bickering. Evelyn’s contempt for Lucius’ adventure is soothed, however, when she meets an Australian named Brock Donnigan.

Sharp, handsome, and heartless, Brock sets out to seduce Evelyn just as Lucius finds himself falling in love with her. Through their adventures and misadventures over land and sea, the two men try to win Evelyn’s affections.

But as they draw nearer to Panama City, where a mass migration of Argonauts lies in wait for transportation to California, a battle of wits and wills escalates into a war where all fortunes, dreams, and innocence may be lost; where lust demands blood, and love inspires sacrifice.


Renegade Teacher
by Duane F. Smith
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Memoirs/Biographies
Price: $0.00 Save $8.25
Subject to change back to full price at any time.


“Throw the curriculum out the window and try something radically different this time!” That was the note handed me by the superintendent along with my new class of rebels, renegades, dyslexics and kids with ADHD. It seemed clear to all that if nothing changed, most of these kids would be dropouts in a few years.

They had already received the best their schools offered so little risk seemed attached to trying something radically different. Something like child centered learning experiences, and project based learning activities, in an experiential learning environment. And, all of it would be child directed learning.

Worktables replaced desks as old sofas and old refrigerators were scrounged up. Old carpets covered bare floors and the kids soon were immersed in building radios, raising white mice for sale, journaling, writing and producing plays and playing plenty of chess. In fact, any child directed learning activity was fair game.

The idea was to build self-esteem and faith in themselves, which hopefully, would reduce their dropout rate. These 4th through 6th graders learned at their own pace and set their
own goals focusing on their areas of interest.

Discipline problems disappeared and keeping them home when they were sick became the issue.In addition, this approach allowed those with dyslexia and ADHD, to begin discovering the gifts behind the label.


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