Monday, February 13, 2012

3 Free Kindle Books for 2/13

Starting off with our excellent book of the day, Confessions of a Call Center Gal. Just 2.99. Don't miss it!

All books below are free as of the time of posting but can change at any time. Please be sure to check the prices before you click!

A Lovely Day - A Valentine Picture Book for Children
4.5 stars over 2 reviews
Description: Kev has a surprise planned for Valentine's Day. He has a gift for everyone!

This story of Kev's exciting day is for parents wishing to teach their children the value of sharing, loving and giving. Bright illustrations and simple sentences in each page will encourage young readers to read this cheerful book.

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In Her Name (Omnibus) - Fantasy
4.6 stars over 213 reviews

Description: This is the coming-of-age story of Reza Gard, a young boy of the Human Confederation who is swept up in the century-long war with the alien Kreelan Empire. Nightmarish female warriors with blue skin, fangs, and razor sharp talons, the Kreelans have technology that is millennia beyond that of the Confederation, yet they seek out close combat with sword and claw, fighting and dying to honor their god-like Empress. Captured and enslaved, Reza must live like his enemies in a grand experiment to see if humans have souls, and if one may be the key to unlocking an ages old curse upon the Kreelan race. Enduring the brutal conditions of Kreelan life, Reza and a young warrior named Esah-Zhurah find themselves bound together by fate and a prophecy foretold millennia before they were born.

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The Time of Aspen Falls - Contemporary
4.3 stars over 11 reviews
Description: Aspen Falls was happy. Her life was good. Blessed with a wonderful family and a loyal best friend--Aspen did know a measure of contentment.

Still, to Aspen it seemed something was missing--something hovering just beyond her reach--something entirely satisfying that would ensure her happiness. Yet, she couldn't consciously determine what the "something" was. And so, Aspen sailed through life--not quite perfectly content perhaps--but grateful for her measure of contentment.

Grateful that is, until he appeared--the man in the park--the stranger who jogged passed the bench where Aspen sat during her lunch break each day. As handsome as a dream, and twice as alluring, the man epitomized the absolute stereotypical "real man"--and Aspen's measure of contentment vanished!
Would Aspen Falls reclaim the comfortable contentment she once knew? Or would the handsome real-man-stranger linger in her mind like a sweet, tricky venom--poisoning all hope of Aspen's ever finding true happiness with any other man?

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