nightThe Night Watchman Express by Alison DeLuca
.99 Days: April 16-18
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction
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An underground factory, a terrifying laboratory, and the eerie whistle of the Night Watchman Express…

Miriam has only her guardians’ son for company, and she and Simon dislike each other from the start. But they must find a way to trust each other, or they will end up on the sinister Night Watchman Express.

Full of danger, suspense, betrayal, and a hint of romance, this steampunk adventure is for readers of all ages.

“Alison DeLuca is a master storyteller who deserves much more recognition than she gets. I would not hesitate to recommend not only this book but also the entire series. This is Steampunk adventure at its best!”

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cover-2CHIMERAS by E.E. Giorgi
Genre: Mystery/Thriller
Price: $2.99
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Haunted by the girl he couldn’t save in his youth, and the murder he committed to avenge her, Detective Track Presius has a unique gift: the vision and sense of smell of a predator. When a series of apparently unrelated murders reel him into the depths of genetic research, Track feels more than a call to duty. Children are dying, children who, like himself, could have been healthy, and yet something, at some point, went terribly wrong. For Track, saving the innocent becomes a quest for redemption. The only way he can come to terms with his dark past is to understand his true nature.

What they’re saying about it:

Lily C (Goodreads review): I don’t usually read crime novels, but this one kept me riveted from the first page with its vivid sensory descriptions, intelligently-paced plot, and unexpected bursts of humor. I was impressed by how well-thought-out the scientific aspects of the story were, from Track’s complex perception of smell, to the workings of genetic research.

Carolyn Fahm (Amazon review): I loved this book from the very first sentence because of the language that reminded me of Raymond Chandler’s immortal Philip Chandler. I can tell when a book is good by how much I miss the characters after I finish the story, and, in this case, I find myself thinking of Track and what his life might be now that the mystery has been solved.

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freindsWhen Good Friends Go Bad by Ellie Campbell
.99 Days: April 15-17
Genre: Family Relationships, Romance, Humor, Mystery, Romance
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All through school, tomboy Jen, snobby Georgina, hippy Meg and gentle Rowan, were inseparable. Until, that is, the unfortunate consequences of a childish prank tore them apart. As adults an attempted reunion went disastrously wrong. Rowan failed to appear. Meg behaved outrageously and ¬¬- sharpest cut of all – Jen discovered just how deeply Georgina had betrayed her.

So now, a mother herself, in the midst of divorce, the last thing Jen needs is a call from Meg. Or is it? Will Meg’s strange mission to track down the missing Rowan re-open old wounds or is it a chance to heal the rift – or to recover Jen’s never-forgotten, first true love? As their quest unearths secrets and feelings best left buried, Jen, Meg and Georgina will be tested on love, loyalty, and friendship, discover the truth about Rowan – and wake a danger that threatens them all.

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Rise_of_the_Titans_Cover_for_KindleRise of the Titans by Michael R. Shelton
Genre: Coming-of-Age/Science-Fiction
Price: 2.99 normal/free Amazon prime
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Over twelve hundred years After Edom (1257 A.E.), the search for intelligent life beyond the Solar System goes too far when an ambitious aeronautics company, Daemon Technologies, steals from an alien home world. Its inhabitants, powerful creatures called Nails, drive the human trespassers back to Planet Edom where they are forced to regroup.

Within a generation, Daemon allies with the United Edom Nations and builds military academies around the world in search for soldiers capable of using the stolen technology, forged into humanoid war-machines called Titans, against their newfound enemy. Before their new weapons can be completed, however, the Nails strike first: at the heart of the Wan Empire, where Daemon took root.

Now, young corporate soldiers, led by the reluctant Ajus King, struggle to answer the call of duty against the powerful and mysterious foe that, unbeknownst to them, had been summoned by the very corporation that they work for.

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caughtCaught Between by Rima Jean
Free Days: April 8-12
Genre: Romance, New Adult
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Marya Helwe is twenty-one, but she’s never had a boyfriend. She’s never been past second base for that matter. Her over-protective Syrian parents have ensured she’s stayed as sheltered as possible, despite the fact Marya is American born and raised. But Marya manages to convince her parents to let her go on an archeological dig in Jordan, and she’s determined to make the most of her first taste of independence.

Almost instantly, Marya finds herself drawn to two very different men: Ash, a wealthy and dashing Jordanian, is exactly the kind of guy Marya’s parents would have hand-picked for her; and Luke, an American archaeologist with a “bad boy” streak and a mysterious link to the ongoing Arab Spring. Ash pursues her, while Luke tries to avoid her, and as Marya untangles her feelings about both men, as well as herself, she catches the fever for freedom.

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SoulTaker_KarenMichelleNutt_finalSoul Taker by Karen Michelle Nutt
Genre: Urban Fantasy/ New Adult
Price: $2.99
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An exciting, contemporary paranormal story of good versus evil from award-winning, bestselling author Karen Michelle Nutt

No soul is safe…
A vampire from the Grim Sith sept is sucking the souls out of young women from the Boston area, but this sinister crime is far worse than a vampire seeking substance. He’s selling the souls to the highest bidder and it seems business is booming.

A vampire, a werewolf, and a Necromancer are a most unlikely team, but Garran, Harrison, and Isabella plan on putting a kink in the dubbed Soul Taker’s plans. It’s personal now. One of their friends has fallen victim to the Soul Taker’s charms, but to stop him from hurting anyone else, their efforts may involve raising the dead.

What they’re saying about it:

~ Nominee for RONE Award for BEST Paranormal 2014 ~ Voting for this category begins March 31, 2014 ends April 6, 2014 ~ http://indtale.com/2014-rone-awards-week-four Winners to be announced July 11, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV ~

“A fun romantic paranormal crime novel, Soul Taker has interesting characters that suck the reader in, a steadily moving and entertaining plot.”
~Sarah Bradley, Ind’Tale Reviews

Amazon reviews:
“This is a fun, fast read. Very entertaining, funny, and a hint of mystery just to keep the pages turning.”

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FINALTurning 16 by Perie Wolford
Genre: gay/young adult/romcom
Price: $0.99
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New Gay Series to Pay Tribute to Sixteen Candles Movie and Other Awesome John Hughes Movies and Era of the 80es in General. Sam never liked his birthdays because not a single one of them was happy… When he turned 1, he fell face-down into his birthday cake; when he turned 5, he broke his left arm and when he turned 7, he broke his right arm and his left leg; when he turned 12, his house caught fire. Now Sam is about to turn 16 and he is dreading the day. The only birthday wish he has is for Jake who is the Mr. Popular of Arcadia High to even acknowledge his existence, or better yet give him a happy-birthday kiss.

But Sam knows that it’s not gonna happen. Or is it?

What they’re saying about it:

BoyMeetsBoy Reviews – I stayed up way too late to finish this one last night. The whole “John Hughes” feel was captured really well and I absolutely loved Sam and his birthday drama.

Multitaskingmomma Reviews – My wishes came true while I was reading this book. Turning 16 is probably one of the best reads about a young man and his finding love at 16. It is funny, engaging, and a very light read.

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