FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {02-06-2022}

 Meraki: A Syren Story (Syren Stories Book 1)  by Naomi Kelly

Meraki: A Syren Story (Syren Stories Book 1) by Naomi Kelly

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“Keep an eye on her,” he says loud enough for me to hear across the deck, “Make sure she doesn’t try to fling herself overboard again. I have no intention of letting her slip away.”

Her song is a gift bestowed by the gods; so why does it feel like a curse? Seventeen-year-old Wren thinks she has just swum away from the greatest threat in the sea. That’s until she finds herself being hauled upon a warlord’s boat. With her life at the mercy of a young, temperamental King, Wren must decide who is her ultimate enemy. Can Fate be altered? What do gods have planned?

Syrens are bound to tell the truth, but that doesn’t mean their lives cannot be riddled with lies.

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 When the Robins Left: Caught in a battle against Time and Deception (Europa series Book 1)  by Hazel Bergen

When the Robins Left: Caught in a battle against Time and Deception (Europa series Book 1) by Hazel Bergen

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With the rise of a fascist regime in Europa, Roosmarijn and her girlfriend Zayneb are desperate to flee persecution. Their escape from Amsterdam fails as they get separated and Roosmarijn is determined to reunite eight-year-old Tim with his mother.

When Roosmarijn is captured by the authorities her old friend Erik comes to the rescue. As a little white lie spirals into a web of deception, Erik may not turn out to be the hero he appeared. As Roosmarijn uncovers the plans of the new regime, she comes up against a battle of time and deception, confronted with the difficult choice of staying truthful to herself and knowing she may never see Zayneb again.

When the Robins Left is a suspense-filled speculative fiction novel that deals with themes of responsibility, identity, and guilt.

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 Hometown Prophet  by Jeff Fulmer

Hometown Prophet by Jeff Fulmer

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If God asked you to be a prophet in your hometown, would you do it?

A desperate, thirty-one year old Peter Quill moves back home to live with his mom in Tennessee. When he begins to have dreams that seem to be coming true, he is more surprised than anyone. With the support of his pastor, he predicts a major event in front of his church and is suddenly heralded as a modern day prophet. Foreseeing an environmental disaster and an attack on a local Muslim mosque, he attracts more followers, as well as a growing chorus of critics. As his dreams continue to challenge the biases of people in his community, he comes under personal attack, discovering what it truly means to be a prophet of God.

Show Me More:Religious and Inspirational

Harriet: A Jane Austen Variation by Alice McVeigh

Harriet: A Jane Austen Variationby Alice McVeigh

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“McVeigh’s plotting and prose are pitch-perfect” (Publishers Weekly)

Harriet is an intriguing and original ‘take’ on Jane Austen’s immortal Emma, by Publishers Weekly’s 2021 BookLife Prize quarterfinalist, Alice McVeigh.

Emma, a privileged young heiress, decides to mentor Harriet Smith, a pretty boarding-school pupil, and to matchmake her as eligibly as she can… But how is she to guess that Harriet has a secret?

Meanwhile, the brilliant, penniless Jane Fairfax consents to a clandestine engagement with Frank Churchill – though not daring to confess, even to him, that she is being relentlessly pursued by her best friend’s husband.

Harriet sidelines Emma herself in favour of the ingenious Harriet and the fascinating Jane Fairfax. It is Emma – but an Emma with a surprisingly believable twist in its tail.

“A dynamic take on a revered classic. This is still Austen’s Emma—but the story that unfolds through the recollections of these two ‘side’ characters feels remarkably fresh… With or without an understanding of Emma, Harriet contains a fully formed narrative that should satisfy even the choosiest Austen fans… Readers will rarely find the words ‘page-turner’ and ‘Jane Austen’ in the same sentence, but McVeigh’s impeccably written Harriet certainly fits the bill.” (IndieReader editorial review)

“A highly engrossing novel that captures the spirit of Austen and celebrates all the best qualities of her work from new and innovative angles… The characters are vibrant and full of life – McVeigh hits the mark spot-on.” (Readers Favorite editorial review)

“An enchanting recreation of Austen’s world” (author James Conroyd Martin)

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