Today’s Kindle deals include Thriller, Young Adult, Contemporary Fiction and a couple of books on Parenting are featured. There’s even a Christian Historical Romance for Free!
The Perfect Couple by Lisa Hall, $1.99 . Thriller. In this new release (May 2020) from bestselling author Lisa Hall, you wonder if it is a match made in heaven, or hell? From the publisher: “When Emily applies for a job as a housekeeper for widower Rupert, it’s a chance to start over – a steady job and regular money means she can work towards her own place, not sharing a grimy flat with old mate, Mags.
Soon there’s a spark between them; Rupert likes Emily and invites her to stay. For good.
There’s just the small issue of what really happened to Rupert’s first wife…”
We’ll Fly Away by Bryan Bliss, $1.99. Young Adult. National Book Award Longlist Title * Booklist Editors’ Choice * CYBILS Young Adult Fiction Finalist * Nerdy Book Club Award for Best Young Adult Fiction * Paste Magazine Best Book * YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults
From Amazon: ” Luke and Toby have always had each other’s backs. But then one choice—or maybe it is a series of choices—sets them down an irrevocable path. We’ll Fly Away weaves together Luke and Toby’s senior year of high school with letters Luke writes to Toby later—from death row.
Best friends since childhood, Luke and Toby have dreamed of one thing: getting out of their dead-end town. Soon they finally will, riding the tails of Luke’s wrestling scholarship, never looking back. If they don’t drift apart first. If Toby’s abusive dad, or Luke’s unreliable mom, or anything else their complicated lives throw at them doesn’t get in the way.
Tense and emotional, this hard-hitting novel explores family abuse, sex, love, and friendship, and how far people will go to protect those they love. For fans of Jason Reynolds, Marieke Nijkamp, and NPR’s Serial podcast.”
Love and Other Wounds: Stories by Jordan Harper, $1.99. Fiction. From the publisher: “In the hard-edged tradition of Hubert Selby Jr., Daniel Woodrell, and Donald Ray Pollock, and with the fresh, complex humanity of Breaking Bad and Reservoir Dogs, a blistering debut collection that unsparingly confronts the extreme, brutal parts of the human heart.”
The Tech Diet for your Child & Teen: The 7-Step Plan to Unplug & Reclaim Your Kid’s Childhood (And Your Family’s Sanity)by Brad Marshall, $1.99 From the publisher: “Are you a parent struggling to set healthy, effective rules around technology in your house? Or have you already set clear parameters but find yourself outsmarted by your tech-savvy kids? Are you sick of hearing technology experts throw statistics and research at you with few practical parenting strategies on offer?”
Mommy Burnout: How to Reclaim Your Life and Raise Healthier Children in the Process by Sheryl G. Ziegler, $1.99 From Goodreads: “The ultimate must-read handbook for the modern mother: a practical, and positive tool to help free women from the debilitating notion of being the “perfect mom,” filled with funny and all too relatable true-life stories and realistic suggestions to stop the burnout cycle, and protect our kids from the damage burnout can cause.”
Henri, the Queen’s Corgi by Georgie Crawley, $1.99. Contemporary Fiction. From the publisher: “When their pet corgi goes missing on a trip to London, the Walker family search everywhere. But Henry has ended up in the one place they never think to look…
Henry has been mistaken for a royal corgi by the Queen’s Guard, and found himself in a very different sort of family home. In no time, Henry is getting the royal treatment in Buckingham Palace, from velvet thrones to a personal chef. If this is a dog’s life, he doesn’t mind it one bit.”
Summer Island by Natalie Normann, $.99. Contemporary Fiction. Normann has been a published writer since 1995 in her native Norway, and this brand new release is her first romance written in English. From the publisher: “Summer Island off the coast of Norway was the place London chef Jack Greene should have been from. He’s an outsider in the community that should have been his family, and now he’s setting foot on the strange land he has inherited for the first time.
The welcome is a mix of distrust and strange gifts of food, especially from enigmatic Ninni Toft, his nearest neighbour, who has arrived for the season to get over a broken heart. Her wild spirit and irrepressible enthusiasm for the quirky locals are a heady brew for city-boy Jack, who is discovering the simple pleasures of island life – and what it means to belong. To a place. To a people. To one person in particular…”
The Seekers: Christian Historical Romance (Wainwright Family Saga Book 1) FREE. From Amazon: “To serve his country, Union Captain Lawrence Wainwright becomes Lincoln’s spy. He infiltrates the Richmond mansion of the Confederacy’s power players by assuming the identity of a slow witted boy/man.
As a Cavalryman of faith-in-action, Lawrence resents his alter ego, especially when Rachel Hawksley steps into his world, heart, and soul. She’s pure stubborn Yankee on a mission of her own to cross enemy lines and find her MIA brother. She’s got a colt revolver hidden under her skirts, and she collects lost lambs of children and slaves like a bee collects pollen.
When she mistakenly tries to take the mentally-challenged Lawrence under her wing, things get complicated fast.”
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