Friday Night: 4 Free Kindle Books + 1 Hot Deal

August 31, 2012 · 15 comments

in Free Kindle Books

Take a peek at these 4 Free Kindle Books and grab them while they last! And be sure to check out the bonus Hot Deal too!

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Prison NationPrison Nation
by Jenni Merritt
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In the Nation, no one is innocent – not even the children born behind bars. Millie 942B has spent her entire life locked away with her criminal parents and countless other inmates. She believes in the Nation, in its strict laws and harsh punishments.

But when Millie is released on her eighteenth birthday, she finds things are nothing as she was taught. People vanish, never to be seen again. Lies cover every word. Trust is as fragile as ice.

And then there is Reed. Born and raised outside the Prison walls, his dreams and thoughts cause Millie to doubt everything she has ever believed.

What is truly worth fighting for? If she pushes too hard, she could lose her freedom. If she stays silent, she could lose herself. The clock is ticking, and Millie must find the truth before it is too late.

Welcome to ScrantonWelcome to Scranton
by Greg Halpin
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It’s a wild ride through Scranton in this darkly funny and touching story about friends in their twenties trying to figure out life in their hometown. The boundaries of friendship are tested as one of them hits rock bottom.

Welcome to Scranton paints a portrait of a small town that includes political corruption, a disgraced teacher, and the hilarious antics of young men.

The Riddler's Gift: First Tale of the LifesongThe Riddler’s Gift: First Tale of the Lifesong
by Greg Hamerton
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A shadow steals across Eyri. One by one, the Lightgifters are snuffed out. When darkness strikes her family, Tabitha receives a dangerous legacy. Soon the Riddler walks beside her, but is he on her side?

The more she searches for answers, the further into treachery she is led. The more she tries to flee, the harder she is hunted. And the more she sings the ancient Lifesong, the more the world begins to change.

Can she grasp her gift before the darkness captures the last of the light?

In a darkening realm, which is better: the power to save your love, or to save your love from power?

Continue reading the The Tale of the Lifesong Series with Second Sight: Second Tale of the Lifesong.

Codon ZeroCodon Zero
by Jim Hendee
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Jason Stouter, a U.S. intelligence officer forced into retirement by the Mossad, confronts an old nemesis, Kahlil Zufar, during a Middle East conflict final solution. A secret group of genetic engineers tricks Jason into embarking upon blackmail of Israel and the Arab nations to achieve peace throughout the Middle East.

The geneticists engineer a very selective virus, but Jason’s nemesis hijacks the virus for his own purposes, imperiling the mission for peace.

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[Save 75%] All Summer Long by Susan Mallery

All Summer Long (Fool's Gold)All Summer Long (Fool’s Gold)
by Susan Mallery

Former underwear model turned entrepreneur Clay Stryker has loved, tragically lost and vowed that he’ll never risk his heart again. After making his fortune, the youngest of the rugged Stryker brothers returns to Fool’s Gold, California, to put down roots on a ranch of his own. But he’s frustrated to discover that even in his hometown, people see him only for his world-famous …assets.

Firefighter Chantal (Charlie) Dixon grew up an ugly duckling beside her delicately beautiful mother, a feeling reinforced long ago by a man who left soul-deep scars. Now she has good friends, a solid job and the itch to start a family— yet she can’t move toward the future while she’s haunted by painful memories.

Clay finds an unexpected ally, and unexpected temptation, in tomboyish Charlie, the only person who sees beyond his dazzling good looks to the real man beneath. But when Charlie comes to him with an indecent proposal, will they be able to overcome their pasts and find a love that lasts beyond one incredible summer?

Click here to download for the Kindle: $1.99 (Save 75%)

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{ 15 comments }

Lynn Shoffler August 31, 2012 at 11:27 pm

Love this – free books for the kindle daily!

Craig Schwabe August 31, 2012 at 11:32 pm

oh why am I such a slow reader with SO MANY good books from here….uggg.

Tina Renay Weiss September 1, 2012 at 12:34 am

One of my faves! Love the freebies AND TOTALLY AM THRILLED FOR SALE PRICE FAVORITES, ESPECIALLY THE NEW ONES! THANKS!

Mary LeMieux McDonald September 1, 2012 at 12:38 am

I read Prison Nation in the spring and it was very good.

Sandi Brown September 1, 2012 at 12:39 am

Found a few gems to add to my library!

Wendey Melte September 1, 2012 at 12:51 am

~TY~

Jo Anne Koch September 1, 2012 at 12:56 am

PRICELESS!

Karen Theriault September 1, 2012 at 1:04 am

Great way to get free Kindle/I-Pad books!

Terre Meadows Neal September 1, 2012 at 2:20 am

I got me another one…so many books and I am going to find the time!

Melissa Parker September 1, 2012 at 2:53 am

Thank you so much; cant wait to get started reading…I was a slow reader in grade school and I was in a special class that taught me to speed read and from that moment on I have loved to read.

Linda Saiz Puryear September 1, 2012 at 3:45 am

so many great books so little time to read!

Lois Musser September 1, 2012 at 11:27 am

I just love getting free books.

Terry Graham September 1, 2012 at 11:37 am

Sometimes I think I have just as much fun getting all these cool freebies as I have actually reading them!

Linda Farmer September 1, 2012 at 12:04 pm

Prison Nation was a good read!

Esther Probst Frick September 2, 2012 at 2:28 am

Thank you Pixel of Ink! I just bought this book.

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