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Read an Ebook Week – Day 4 – Free Books!

Today we’re happy to offer three fantastic books for free! Head over to our website to download your copies.

Across The Hall
NM Facile

Sylvia O’Mara has spent the last four years trying to get over her high school sweetheart, who after breaking off their relationship left town without any reasons. With the help of her friends she has moved on and started dating a mysterious bad boy. She isn’t happy, but she’s content; until she meets the new neighbor.

Quinn Lobato has recently moved to Minneapolis to finish college close to his parents. His mother found the perfect apartment for him close to campus and assured him it has everything he needs. Quinn has had his own hurtful past and is looking forward to starting med school and a new life.

Little do they know that what they each need is waiting just across the hall.

Roadkill
John Rasor

Rodney Garrison lost his wife and unborn child to a car accident caused by an innocent but distracted driver on her phone. An intelligent and calculating man, Rodney sets out to avenge his wife’s death, taking one victim after another in a most unusual fashion on the streets of Southern California.

Best friends Tommy Kinnard & Smoke Shelby are regular guys inadvertently drawn into the Roadkiller’s plan. As their growing involvement threatens his next moves, Garrison becomes more brash and directed in his killings. A fast-paced, impossible-to-put-down thriller, Rasor has artfully woven together human traits of arrogance, guilt, racism and close friendships.

All in God’s Time, My Sons
Geoff Moeller

On a Saturday morning at the end of November 2008, a young family suffered the loss of two sons and the permanent paralysis of another as a result of an automobile accident. Rather than tear the family apart, the tragedy drew them closer and touched the hearts of people in and out of their Catholic community. The boys’ father began writing to express the painful emotions he felt and the faith that supported him. These poems and reflections, though heart-wrenching, have been presented in the hope they may bring comfort to other victims of tragedy by witnessing the healing and transforming power of faith, family and love.

Read an Ebook Week – Day 3 – Free Books

Today we’re happy to offer three fantastic books for free! Head over to our website to download your copies.

What Scotland Taught Me
Molly Ringle

Fresh out of high school, Eva Sonneborn is headed to Scotland with her best friends: scholarly, sarcastic Laurence; gorgeous, ghost-seeing Amber; and responsible, sweet Shannon. They plan to spend the next six months in Edinburgh, enjoying an adventure-filled work-abroad journey before parting ways for college.

But when Eva meets Gil, a local bartender, she figures a little innocent flirting won’t hurt her relationship with Tony, her ever-faithful boyfriend back home. But just when things turn less innocent with Gil, the trip starts throwing curveballs at not only her but her friends too. By the end of the trip, they’ve all fallen in love, sometimes with the wrong people – and with consequences that may tear their friendship apart forever…

Sister Serenity and the War of 2059
Scott Burkhead

Unexpectedly pregnant in 2059, Hannah & Noah Woodson, an ordinary American couple, run afoul of the government’s population growth policies. Attractive, smart and strong-willed Hannah wants to be a good citizen but decides to challenge the law and have the baby. America is a nearly dysfunctional country, weakened by debt, systemic terrorism, a shortage of food and is under attack by a fundamentalist group led by Sister Precious Serenity. Once Hannah and Noah get caught up between battling forces, will they survive? Will their baby?

Sister Serenity looks at the long-term consequences of voter apathy and of relinquishing individual American freedoms in exchange for questionable safety.

Ramblings of a Love Sick Masochist
Dan Schwartz

A lonely, yet content mall security guard is about to have his life turned upside down. He never anticipated finding a soul mate, and in a short period of time learns the joy and pain that love brings. He recounts his tale in a series of journal entries in this modern day tragedy.

Read an Ebook Week – Day One – Free Books!

Today we’re proud to offer three of our books for free in celebration of Read an Ebook Week. The only thing we ask is that once you’re done, would you leave an honest review on your favorite online bookstore or Goodreads or any place you like to post reviews? If you blog, please feel free to post your review there and let us know so we can help spread the word on your blog too.

So head on over to our website and download each of these books in either Kindle or epub format.

Tallis’ Third Tune
Ellen L. Ekstrom

Alice Martin discovers herself in a quaint English shop. Iconic historical figures appear no sooner than she thinks of them; they come and go, offering advice – unwanted, but always interesting. While there, Alice learns that she can change definitive moments in her history, to correct mistakes made in two important relationships: with her first love, Quinn Radcliffe, a sensitive classical musician destined for the concert halls of the world, and with Donovan Trist, a charming archeologist with New England blue-blood and expensive scotch in his veins. Each has a hold on Alice, and what she is compelled to undertake begins a momentous and sometimes painful journey. Throughout her travels, Alice is linked to love by a melody, the luminous and evocative Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. As she seeks answers and happiness, Alice knows one thing is for certain – this is not a trip to Wonderland, but deep into her heart and soul.

Cold in California
The Twice-Baked Vampire Series (Book One)
Deborah Riley-Magnus

Twice-baked vampire, Gabriel Strickland, learns he has a chance at redemption when he’s whisked from his final demise into a purgatory secretly tucked in West Hollywood. Sixty creatures, including other dead vampires, pixies, a legendary Navaho stick man and bothersome leprechauns, struggle together to earn brownie points and wait out possible centuries of this purgatory. Gabriel receives dubious advice from the troll who runs the place, but there are always bugs in the pudding and he faces them all. Enter, the beautiful Dori Gallagher, who not only knocks Gabriel off his feet, but also an evil warlock who has designs on her. When menacing forces gather against Gabriel and everything he’s come to respect, it’s a fiery clash of the supernatural in one heroic effort to save his new reality.

Watch for Monkey Jump, the next in the series, due out this spring.

Shadow of a Distant Morning
William Topek

Kansas City, 1934. Devlin Caine, a WWI veteran and former Pinkerton’s operative, is hired by a wealthy industrialist to check out a potential business partner. The job is simple and the money good, but for Caine, it’s a short step from checking public records to being roughed up in a back alley. Clearly there are things the client neglected to mention, such as Caine’s predecessor on the job being found in the Missouri River with a slug in his chest. When the man Caine is investigating turns up murdered as well, Caine finds himself in the middle of a power struggle between his client, a competing industrialist, and a local underworld boss – all after a coded notebook Caine found in the dead man’s hotel room. Desperate to unlock the mystery of the notebook (and to protect his client’s beautiful young daughter), Caine plays the three men against each other in an effort to buy time. He knows only one of the three rivals can win this battle, and backing the wrong side will cost lives, starting with his own.

Watch for A Shared Confidence, another Devlin Caine novel, due out this Spring.