Anthologies, Book, Dystopian, Fantasy, Romance, science Fiction, Thriller

February’s 99 and Free books

Your monthly 99c/p and Free books selection. I hope you find something good to read amongst these and if you do, please consider leaving the author a review from where you bought it.

Stephanie never truly let go of her first love James in 1988. When the relationship ended she kept her diaries, letters and memories safe in the attic and her heart locked away from any future heartbreak. Now her daughter Charlotte is experiencing the same relationship break up that she did. Handing her daughter the diaries she hopes to save her from the bleakness she felt at the loss of first love. The diaries inspire Charlotte to strive for true love as she realises that finding the right man is worth the wait.

Can Charlotte heal two broken hearts at the same time through a strange twist of fate, destiny, music and dance?

Linking the lives of a mother and daughter together you can join them on their journey of discovery through the highs and lows of first love. Will Stephanie finally face the future after the scars from the past, and find out why James left her? Charlotte starts to discover that dancing with Mitchell will be the time of her life. Does anyone ever forget their first love and can you go back?

Imagine visiting a village invaded by German WW2 soldiers. Now imagine you are no longer invisible.

What would you do if you awoke to find yourself in a strange place, not knowing who you were? Running outside, you find yourself caught up in a village being invaded by German soldiers. You witness people being murdered and men being rounded up. Terrified, you run away and come face to face with – yourself.

Julie is time travelling and something has gone drastically wrong. Find out what happens and why in this thrilling story.

“A sensual, erotic read…Karina dares to figure out the nature of passion…thoughtful and thought-provoking.”

Lexi isn’t your normal Malok. She craves adventure and freedom from the mundane life forced upon her. 100 years ago, the first drop of acid rain fell. Maloks fled to the mountains, building a new way of life—a desolate life—a life Lexi knows all too well. 


Lexi has a plan, her ticket out of this miserable existence, becoming a ranger. Aron, her partner, believes she’s not strong enough to fight alongside him. Lexi will stop at nothing, no matter what the danger, to achieve her independence, even if that means defying him.

Amidst everything, Marcus, Lexi’s childhood best friend makes a sudden return. Before she can rejoice in a reunion, her happiness is crushed when she sees Mae, the bully that had terrorized her in her teens. Marcus was aware of the mental abuse Lexi had suffered and yet the person she loved and the person she hated the most, stand before her, together.

“A surprising powerful dystopian thriller that captures the heart and imagination”.

This is the second book in my ‘Friends, Family and Love’ series. The first book in this series is called ‘Captive Love’, and is now available free on Kindle at Amazon. The first book is best read before reading this book.
Warning:
This book is a censored version that has had the erotic scenes altered to fit a younger age group. It is also available as a 18+ version, which contains explicit erotic scenes.
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Introduction to this book:
Lydia escaped from Sam in the first book with the help of her housemate Rob. Their emotions were high and they shared some kisses.
Now that Lydia is back home again, she slowly starts to realise that their once so easy friendship has changed. When they separately realise that their feelings have changed, things become rather awkward between them.
Will they manage to get their friendship back on track or will it be lost forever?

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Five eclectic stories from the authors of Electric Eclectic books.

When a daughter has a new boyfriend, she doesn’t want her family to know. Peter asks the local Mafia Don for help, but he refuses, so Peter has to take matters into his own hands. As he goes in search of her daughter and boyfriend with a gun, what he finds will shock him to the core. A nice little twist in the tale by Paul White.

Have you ever made a fool of yourself at a party? Then spot someone you had a date with when you were a fourteen-year-old dork? Amy’s party night does not go as expected in this humorous romance, Walking in the Moonlight with Brad Pitt by Karen J Mossman.

Paddy is a car salesman, and business has been poor of late. When a man turns up to buy a car at the end of the day, he is acting so oddly that Paddy is suspicious.  No one around town has heard of him, and even the local police warn him to keep away from the guy. What is going on? Who is he? Ian Welch’s Bad Vibes will keep you guessing to the end.

In Ann Harrison-Barnes’s Storm of Deception, a family shelter in the basement as a tornado is coming. More storms follow and it prompts their daughter to take matters into her own hands in this feel-good story.

A young woman is terrified as she makes her journey in a story called Her First Timer by C A Keith. Even as the man removes her top, tears fall as she is unsure whether she can go through with it.

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