Friday, November 16, 2012

November Hot Reads


November 15, 2012
 

It’s time to stock your Kindle with great eBook reading to escape the holiday hustle and bustle. We’re excited this week to introduce a special selection of November new releases from independent publisher, Books We Love, Ltd. 

While some publishers have greedily tried to raise prices to exorbitant levels, Books We Love separates books of distinction from all the dreck and still offers you great prices. If you like terrific fiction from talented women authors, please check these out and share them with your friends!
Books We Love books are exclusive to Amazon and all of their books are priced at $2.99 or less. When in doubt, you can always find them in the Kindle store by entering “Books We Love” in the search field. Enjoy!

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Double Fault

by Sheila Claydon
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
In Double Fault by Sheila Claydon, published by Books We Love, when Kerry Farrow falls for star player Pierce Simon, she doesn’t hesitate when he asks her to join him on the international tennis circuit. She doesn’t care that he isn’t ready to settle down. In her experience happy families are a myth anyway. Then she discovers she’s pregnant and her world falls apart. Unable to turn to Pierce for support, and disowned by her wealthy father, she is on her own.Two years later Kerry is a single mother of twins. She works hard to keep a roof over their heads and is just about coping until Pierce comes back into her life. When he finds out the children are his, he gives her an ultimatum: either she can marry him or she can fight for her children through the courts.
What she can’t understand is why he wants to marry her. She’s lost her looks and her fortune, so why is he so determined to keep her in his life? It can’t be for love because he already has a beautiful girlfriend, and if he thinks she’s going to become part of a ménage a trios then he’d better think again. She will marry him because she has no choice but she won’t be sharing his bed…except that sharing his bed is the one thing she wants to do.

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Or currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members Via the Kindle Lending Library
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
Two years ago Garreth Mikaelian was turned into a vampire by the seductive Lane Barber. He tracked her to a small Kansas town and when she tried to kill him, killed her. He thought. But a call comes from his old partner in San Francisco that seems to indicate Lane is still alive. Garreth goes to San Francisco to find out. He determines that she *is* dead. But now someone is killing vampires and friends of vampires and trying to frame Garreth for it. Is it the vampire who created Lane? Or maybe his partner’s new partner who seems to know Garreth is a vampire and hates him for it? And as Garreth searches for the true killer, is a suspense novelist researching a new book an ally or foe?
Garreth Mikaelian thought he destroyed Lane Barber, the woman who made him a vampire. But did he? When he returns to San Francisco to see, he is relieved to find she is dead. But someone is killing vampires and friends of vampires…and trying to frame Garreth for it. Is it another vampire who wants vengeance for Lane’s death? Or a detective who appears to hate vampires and knows Garreth is one? He needs to find the killer before the frame traps him…or he becomes the killer’s next victim.

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5.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Or currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members Via the Kindle Lending Library
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
In Kathy Fischer-Brown’s Courting the Devil, published by Books We Love, four years after a near fatal blunder uproots her from her home and inheritance, Anne Darvey, daughter of the Marquess of Esterleigh, finds herself an indentured servant on a farm near Fort Edward in New York, as the British army advances toward Albany. Driven by guilt over the pain she has caused her father and grief over her lover’s death, she sets out to deliver a message. The consequences lead to the discovery that all is not as it seems, and sets in motion events that lead to love and danger.
Set against the backdrop of the American Revolution, Courting the Devil is the second book in “The Serpent’s Tooth” trilogy, which follows Anne from her childhood in the rural English countryside, to London society, and into the center of the American Revolution.

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Hawk’s Haven

by Kat Attalla
4.5 stars – 2 Reviews
Or currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members Via the Kindle Lending Library
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
In Kat Attalla’s Hawk’s Haven, published by Books We Love, everyone in town knows wealthy Gillian Hughes is a spoiled daddy’s girl. When she’s arrested after staging a public protest to a social injustice, no one is more surprised than Hawk Carter. Is there more to the society princess than meets the eye? The young lawyer would just as soon not find out. But Gillian’s been sentenced to community service on the local Indian reservation and her doting dad has elected Hawk to keep an eye on the errant heiress.
Gillian vows that no one will ever control her again. Not her father, not the judge, and certainly not a hunky Native American attorney whose Harvard education and imported suits surely mean he’s turned his back on his proud heritage. But Gillian soon suspects that Hawk might not be a shallow social climber after all. Unless she’s mistaken, he really does care deeply about his people, his career — maybe even about Gillian herself.
Previously published as Class Action
Goodreads- Readingrobin– 4 Stars-
Gillian is a spunky and defiant heroine, who often said things that made me laugh. This was a quick light read that I was almost sorry to finish.

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Make Love Not War

by Margaret Tanner
5.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Or currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members Via the Kindle Lending Library
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
Margaret Tanner’s Make love, No War, published by Books We Love, takes its title from the catch phrase, make love not war which was the catch cry of the 1960’s. Against a background of anti-war demonstrations, hippies and free love, Caroline’s life is in turmoil. Her soldier brother is on his way to the jungles of Vietnam. She discovers she is pregnant with her wealthy boss’ baby, and her draft dodger friend is on the run and needs her help.
Previously published as Cardinal Sin
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