Bullet: An Epic Rock Star Novel, by Jade C. Jamison. (Still free?)
“I absolutely loved this book. She kept my attention from the first page to the last! I fell in love with one of the male characters in this story. It is well developed and is definitely worth the read especially if you ever dreamed of being with a rock star.” — Amazon Reviewer
Find out why readers have dubbed Jade C. Jamison the “Queen of Rock Romance.”
What if you discover the man you want is toxic?
She tasted a little bit of heaven with him, and now they’ve gone through hell and back, but can their relationship take anymore?
Valerie Quinn is a naïve college freshman when she meets on-the-rise rock star Ethan Richards. He’s an idealistic, handsome, reckless young man, but he’s captured her heart. She doesn’t give up on him and eventually his walls crumble down. By the time Valerie has given herself to him completely, she discovers he’s damaged and may be beyond help. Can she save Ethan and their relationship before he implodes, or will he self-destruct and take her with him?
Yes, this is the book you’ve been hearing all the buzz about!
Here’s what readers have been saying about this book:
“Bullet is very raw, gritty and full of turmoil. So much turmoil in fact that my kindle almost found itself into a million pieces; When it comes to writing both slow burn and explicit erotica Mrs Jamison is the master.” ~ Neda Amini, The SubClub Books
“I just finished Bullet and it was freaking AMAZING!!!!! I’m just blown away. I honestly couldn’t put it down and you wouldn’t either.” ~ Beggin from Mommys a Book Whore
“Val is surrounded by five gorgeous rock-stars with tattoos and long hair. These guys are her protectors, her tormentors, and a few become her lovers. Several times, I had to stop and take a deep breath before plunging back into this story. The sex will fog up whatever glass you have around you. From the loss of her virginity to the awakening of her inner goddess, Val takes you with her on her coming-of-age journey. This is more than just a story of Val’s sexual journey. It is also a peek into the microcosm of this rock band, from the self-sacrifices to the self-promotion needed to realize their dreams. If you don’t feel like you have been on tour with the band when you finish this story, you’re doing it wrong!” ~ Mary Lou PagePrincess
“Bullet is unlike any book I have read before. Instead of a glimpse into a single relationship or a small timeframe we are exposed to a large span of time where we are able to become immersed in several characters’ lives during which time they grow and change and are molded into the people that they will become. This is real life with real problems, real feelings and real choices. It is fascinating and engrossing.” ~ Michelle, Nose Stuck in a Book
“Young…dumb…and in love. BEST EFFIN BOOK EVER!!! Oh man…. talk about a Damn rollercoaster ride! I hated every character at one point… Then LOVED every character…. lol I loved all the angst this book had.” ~ R. Perales
“This story surprised me and made me question what I like in a story! Recently two things have been bothering me about books….long books and the overuse of the virgin and the bad boy scenario. Well, this story had both of these things and I still LOVED it!!’ ~ Jennifer, Book Bitches Blog
341 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 316 reviews.
Scarlett Wrigley and the Light Beneath the Veil, by Charmaine Mullins-Jaime. (Still 0.99?)
“This is an amazing book for girls! I bought it for my friend’s 11 year old daughter, and she absolutely loved it! I also read it myself and have to say that it’s very magical and it shows girls how strong they can be in such a challenging world. I definitely recommend this book for all girls. Two thumbs up! Five stars!” — Amazon Reviewer
On her thirteenth birthday, Scarlett Wrigley awakens to find the ordinary world isn’t what it seems. Up until then, she never even knew what Juma was. Now she can see the fairies and the leprechaun that have protected her all her life as well as auras and any and all fantastical creatures that live beneath the veil. Her Juma, or life-force, has grown too strong and they can no longer keep it from her. Now, dark creatures are after her, attracted to her light, and no-one will tell her why. For her protection, the fairies arrange to have Scarlett and her family move to a quiet town outside Washington DC, a town filled with lightworkers. Guided by her teacher and hidden by her protectors, Scarlett must learn how to control her new abilities before it’s too late.
267 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 5 reviews.
Every Town Needs a Russian Tea Room, by Anne J. Steinberg. (Still 0.99?)
“A truly wonderful book. Great characters, super story…part love story part who dunnit…Why can’t more books today involve the reader like this? Highly reccommended! ” — Amazon Reviewer
After the death of her son, Hallie Remington hides from the world in her apartment in New York City. With the help of a Russian immigrant named Nicholas, she begins to take her life back, finding refuge in her art. With the possibility of a sculpture commission from a big company, Hallie immerses herself in her work.
Her friendship with Nicholas continues to grow, and she encourages him on his quest to start his own restaurant someday—one that will be better than the Russian Tea Room in New York City. After Hallie witnesses Nicholas participating in an old Russian ritual at his father’s funeral, she senses a change in him—something that he himself cannot begin to describe.
Hallie’s own life is also changing. She can no longer stay in her marriage, and she asks her husband for a divorce. But when she and Nicholas begin a torrid affair, Hallie cannot begin to imagine where her life will lead. In Nicholas’s arms, she feels treasured and safe. But can the power of love overcome their differences?
238 pages, with a 4-star rating from 11 reviews.
Building Celebration House (The Celebration House Trilogy Book 1), by Annette Drake. (Still free?)
“I absolutely loved it. I am ready to dive into book 2 today. I’m not good at expressing a book, to me it’s either “don’t read it” or “yes this book is worth your time.” No spoilers, just envision realistic ghostly characters who mingle with the living.” — Amazon Reviewer
Carrie Hansen spent her life caring for cardiac patients. Little did she know she would become a patient herself. After recovering from her own heart surgery, she learns she has a special talent: the ability to see and talk with the dead.
Now, with her new heart failing her, she leaves the bustle of Seattle behind and returns to Lexington, Missouri, the small town where she spent her childhood. Here, she sets out to restore an abandoned antebellum mansion and open it as a venue for celebrations.
Carrie’s work is cut out for her. The 150-year-old Greek revival house is in need of serious repair. Her sister, Melanie, tries to bully Carrie into returning to Seattle, predicting “her little project” is doomed to fail. Finally, Carrie’s health gives out on her, requiring emergency surgery.
But she will not give up. Carrie’s unique gift allows her to build relationships with the mansion’s ghostly occupants, especially Maj. Tom Gentry, the handsome Civil War soldier who died 100 years before Carrie was born.
Will Carrie finish restoring the celebration house or will it finish her? And how can she plan a future with a man who has only a past?
234 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 65 reviews.
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