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(FREE on 3/16) Raised: Part One by Sharon Stevenson -
Raised: Part One

by Sharon Stevenson

In a world where magic crashed to earth in a rusty spaceship full of starving blood suckers, it’s not easy being a reanimated dead guy. Take Pete’s undead word for it…

Pete has been murdered by a mentally unhinged and suicidal one night stand. As if that wasn’t bad enough, he’s been reanimated for reasons unknown by… persons unknown. This makes him an Animate without an owner, the human equivalent of a stray dog.

Afraid of who his owner may be and what they have planned for his undead ass, Pete does the only thing he can; he goes on the run. The King’s Guard are Scotland’s primary recruiters for Animates so Pete knows he has to leave Edinburgh to escape a fate that terrifies him.

The portal to Las Vegas could be his only hope or his biggest mistake…

Can Pete escape enslavement when it’s what he’s been raised for?

(FREE on 3/16) Hooked: A Thriller by Ruth Harris -
Hooked: A Thriller

by Ruth Harris

Gavin Jenkins, a brilliant young doctor with roots in poor, rural Kentucky, saves Baltimore heiress Cleo Talbot from unnecessary surgery after an incorrect diagnosis. When the couple’s passionate attraction leads to marriage, Cleo’s elite social and political connections propel Gavin, a charismatic Dr. FeelGood, to the heights of international fame.

Inevitably, Gavin’s name appears in the secret “black books” of the world’s most powerful men and women. His patient list extends from the bedrooms and war rooms of heads of state to the dressing rooms of world-famous artists and the ornate palaces of oil-rich Arab kingdoms.

When the richest man in the world, Nicky Kiskalesi, sets his eyes on billions of dollars of Egyptian oil, he must first topple a power-mad dictator. He seeks Gavin’s help, a fateful decision that leads from the waterfront slums of Izmir, Turkey, to secret KGB plots; from secluded private islands in the Mediterranean to the corrupt thrones of the Levant and the inner sanctums of the White House itself…..while the future of vast oilfields and Gavin’s own life are at stake.

(FREE on 3/16) Children's Books: Everyone Has A Mother by Sally Huss -
Children’s Books: Everyone Has A Mother

by Sally Huss

From cats and dogs and birds and squirrels and goats

and turtles to llamas, sheep, cows, chickens, bears and elephants, hippos, rhinos, even giraffes, frogs and fish- all have mothers.

Whimsical illustrations of animals, insects, reptiles, as well as people bring home the message that everyone has a mother. The idea is amusingly stated in rhyme to delight any small child and honor any mother. Over 30 happy and colorful illustrations dance across the pages.

(FREE on 3/16) The Mind Readers by Lori Brighton -
The Mind Readers

by Lori Brighton

Cameron Winters is a freak. Fortunately, no one but her family knows the truth …that Cameron can read minds. For years Cameron has hidden behind a facade of normalcy, warned that there are those who would do her harm. When gorgeous and mysterious Lewis Douglas arrives he destroys everything Cameron has ever believed and tempts her with possibilities of freedom. Determined to embrace her hidden talents, Cameron heads to a secret haven with Lewis; a place where she meets others like her, Mind Readers.

But as Cameron soon finds out some things are too good to be true. When the Mind Readers realize the extent of Cameron’s abilities, they want to use her powers for their own needs. Cameron suddenly finds herself involved in a war in which her idea of what is right and wrong is greatly tested. In the end she’ll be forced to make a choice that will not only threaten her relationship with Lewis, but her very life.

Best for ages 14 and over.

(FREE on 3/16) Devil In Disguise by Heather Huffman -
Devil In Disguise

by Heather Huffman

Tenacious reporter Rachel Cooper devotes her life to exposing corruption by shining a light on the darker corners of the world – a career that doesn’t leave much room for relationships. Even so, she finds it impossible to stop thinking about her unexpected run-in with Conrad Langston, an old flame that never quite burnt out.

When her mother calls in the middle of the night because her sister is missing and the police are offering little help, Rachel immediately turns to the only person she knows she can always count on – Conrad.

Determined to protect her family, Rachel finds herself embroiled in the frightening and tragic underworld of human trafficking. As her pursuit of justice pulls her deep into the darkness, she recognizes an opportunity to re-evaluate her choices in life and take a new path – even if it means walking through the fires of hell to protect the ones she loves.

(FREE on 3/16) The Rule Of Three: by Katerina Martinez -
The Rule Of Three:

by Katerina Martinez

***For a limited time you can get the first Amber Lee full length novel, Midnight Magick, for free by signing up to the author’s VIP Mailing list! Details can be found inside this book!***


(FREE on 3/16) Divorce, Interrupted by Jill James -
Divorce, Interrupted

by Jill James

Newly-divorced Todd and Lisa Miller are stranded at their mountain cabin. There to divide a lifetime of memories, they soon are in danger from more than the anger between them. A vicious storm forces them to rely on each other to survive.

Can they trust the one person they lost belief in? Or are their hearts in danger from more than floods and frigid weather?

(FREE on 3/16) Against The Spread by Mara Jacobs -
Against The Spread

by Mara Jacobs

My name is Anna Dawson, and I’m back.

Unfortunately, so is JoJo.

When the loan shark enforcer who beat me up years ago is found murdered, I’m thinking it’s my lucky day. Until I’m questioned as a possible suspect. I have an alibi, but not one I can divulge. Helping college basketball star Raymond Joseph shave points is not exactly something I want to share with the cops.

And not just any cop, but Detective Jack Schiller, my recent ex. A man who got a little too close, and seems intent on getting closer. I want Jack back, but I know it’ll never work while I still need JoJo in my life. Though, I’m starting to think that maybe I’m strong enough to try.

But the enforcer’s murder is the least of my problems as Raymond’s point-shaving becomes public. I’m going to need every gambling skill I’ve got to win this hand.

(FREE on 3/16) How The Water Falls by K.P. Kollenborn -
How The Water Falls

by K.P. Kollenborn

On the fringes of a civil war arise a kaleidoscope of stories of abuse, power, betrayal, sex, love, and absolution, all united by the failings of a dying government. Set in the backdrop during the last years of South Africa’s apartheid, How the Water Falls is a psychological thriller that unfolds the truth and deception of the system’s victims, perpetrators, and unlikely heroes.

The two main characters, one white, Joanne– a reporter, the other black, Lena– a banned activist, have their lives continuously overlap through the people they know during a thirteen-year period and eventually become friends as a result of their interviews together. Joanne personifies the need to question and investigate apartheid’s corruption from a white person’s perspective. Although her intentions begin with idealism, no matter how naïve, as the years pass while the system is failing, she crosses the threshold of what it means to be caught up inside the belly of the beast, especially after crossing paths with the Borghost brothers. Lena, who is inspired by her predecessors, such as Steve Biko and Nelson Mandela, is among the minority of black women to peacefully battle for equality, even if her struggle is indicative of sacrificing her health and safety. Hans Borghost is Johannesburg’s commissioner of police who, like all those before, had a military background before pursuing a law enforcement career. Violent, manipulative, and controlling, he incarnates the image of South Africa’s perpetrators. Jared Borghost is the younger brother of Hans and, like his brother, has a military background, but unlike Hans, he internally combats between his sense of duty and morality. His inconsistency indicates a conscience that leaves one to ponder whether Jared is either a perpetrator, victim, or both. As his surname suggests, Bor-GHOST represents the “ghosts” that haunt the family’s past. Many other characters play the roles of spies, freedom fighters, lovers, adversaries, and supporters.

(FREE on 3/16) Roanoke Vanishing by Auburn Seal -
Roanoke Vanishing

by Auburn Seal

Avery Lane is driven to discover the fate of the 117 missing colonists of Roanoke. When she encounters a mysterious group called the Descendants, who are determined to keep the colony’s secret hidden, Avery must choose between her obsession for the past and her own survival. Will solving this mystery cost her everything? Is there more to this secret than what is buried at Roanoke? Haunted by visions of the past, she must find answers before the Descendants stop her and forever banish the truth.

(FREE on 3/16) The Grimm Chronicles, Vol. 1 by Isabella Fontaine -
The Grimm Chronicles, Vol. 1

by Isabella Fontaine

For 18-year-old Alice Goodenough, that means taking precious time off from her summer vacation. In addition to volunteering at the local library, Alice must stop the Corrupted who are now actively hunting her down. With the help of her magic pen and her trusty rabbit friend, the world has suddenly gotten a lot more complex. The Corrupted are everywhere, and only Alice can see them for what they truly are.

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