Monday Evening: 4 Free Kindle Books + 1 Hot Deal

September 24, 2012 · 16 comments

in Free Kindle Books

For tonight’s reading we have 4 Free Kindle Books + 1 Hot Deal that you’re sure to love!

Though free at time of posting, prices may change at any time. Please verify that the “Kindle Price” is $0.00. If you see a price for “Prime Members” then the book is NOT free any longer.

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Savage (Daughters of the Jaguar)Savage (Daughters of the Jaguar)
by Willow Rose
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The year is 1983. Christian is 22 years old when he leaves his home in Denmark to spend a year in Florida with a very wealthy family and go to med-school. A joyful night out with friends is shattered by an encounter with a savage predator that changes his life forever.

Soon Christian faces challenges he had never expected. A supernatural gift he has no idea how to embrace. A haunting family in the house next door. A spirit-filled girl who seems to carry all the answers. An ancient secret hidden in the swamps of Florida. One life never the same. One love that becomes an obsession. Two destinies that will be forever entangled.

Affinity of the SoulAffinity of the Soul
by Sandra Ezell
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In this novella, Sara Briggs, adopted as a child, has grown up to have great friends, a job she loves, and a wonderful family. Lately though, she has become haunted by nightmares. She begins seeing a psychiatrist for help, but her state of mind worsens to having hallucinations as well. Now her ordinary, normal life has become one of challenges and mysteries, and she fears at times she may be losing her mind.

This is a light-hearted story with touches of mystery, humor and romance. Although it has an adult premise, it is appropriate reading for most age groups. A fun, easy read!

Gray Moon RisingGray Moon Rising
by SM Reine
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It’s been almost a year since Rylie Gresham was bitten by a werewolf on Gray Mountain. Now something is beckoning her back to the place she was attacked, along with every other werewolf in the world. But they aren’t the only ones heeding the call. A group of hunters notices them gathering and sees it as their chance to wipe out the entire species.

Seth is about to graduate high school when he learns of the final hunt. He secretly plans to save Rylie and his werewolf brother even though he has to play along with the hunters to do it. But Rylie doesn’t want to be saved. She’s already decided to solve her problems with a silver bullet if answers aren’t waiting on Gray Mountain.

One way or another, everything is about to end–whether it means Rylie’s liberation or the end of her life…

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The Dark PathThe Dark Path
by Luke Romyn
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New York’s underworld quivers at the mention of his name. Evil courses through his veins like blood and his conscience has lain dormant for over a decade while he has slashed and burned his way to the top of the food chain.

Vain.

The Dark Man, born of torment into an existence of death. In the underworld of killers he reigns supreme. And yet he is chosen for a task of supreme benevolence. Why would he be selected to save a young boy, the Avun-Riah, and then protect him against a horde of enemies, both mortal and demonic?

Because he is the only one with any hope of success.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have risen from the pits of Hell and, along with a fanatical army of cultists, are ranged against Vain. If the boy is slain then Sordarrah will be raised to destroy the Earth, a feat even Lucifer never managed.

Evil is being used to fight evil in the ultimate battle for the outcome of all existence. Armageddon sits upon the horizon and all that stands in its way is a man whose path has always been dark…

[Save 94%] Color Blind: A Memoir by Precious Williams

Color Blind: A MemoirColor Blind: A Memoir
by Precious Williams

Born in Africa to a Nigerian princess, Precious Williams was less than one year old when her mother put an ad in Nursery World: “Pretty Nigerian baby girl needs new home.” Precious’s mother had flown to London in search of a new life–a life in which there was no space for a daughter. The first response came rom a 60-year-old white woman, Nan, who prided herself for being “color blind.” Correspondence were exchanged, no questions asked, and Precious left her mother for Nan’s home in rural England.

Nan may have been color blind, but others in their small town were not. Precious grew up in an entirely white household, attending all-white schools, where she remained for her entire childhood. She was taunted by her peers and misunderstood by Nan. Precious’s mother occasionally made fleeting, magical visits until she was nine, but would often critisize her for being “too white.”

Finding it impossible to related to any family members – biological or surragoate – she became disillusioned and self-destructive. She retreated to her imagination, forging an identity from characters she’d seen on TV, in movies, and read about in books.

Color Blind is a powerful coming-of-age memoir exploring themes of motherhood and race.

Click here to download for the Kindle: $1.35 (Save 94%)

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{ 16 comments }

Ashley Lavering-Author September 25, 2012 at 12:36 am

Free books:-)

Vikki Kestell September 25, 2012 at 12:38 am

why are so many of these books about werewolves, vampires, demons, etc. Yuck.

Vikki Kestell September 25, 2012 at 12:38 am

why are so many of these books about werewolves, vampires, demons, etc. Yuck.

Kate Savitz Laws September 25, 2012 at 12:46 am

They only post what's free. PoI doesn't make the decisions about what that is.

Rebekah Aranda September 25, 2012 at 1:43 am

Twilight is cool :)

Rebekah Aranda September 25, 2012 at 1:45 am

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Kathi Pirolo September 25, 2012 at 1:47 am

Because evil fascinates people! It used to me, before I knew Jesus.

Susan L. Wilson September 25, 2012 at 1:53 am

It's planned promotion against God.

JoAnn Johnson September 25, 2012 at 12:40 am

thank you so much.

Sandy McClellan September 25, 2012 at 1:31 am

Thanks for all the great free books.

Tori Gier September 25, 2012 at 3:11 am

Thx dark path is great.

Patricia Drowne Gratton September 25, 2012 at 12:32 pm

Great books! Thank you so much!

Christine Frey September 25, 2012 at 5:19 pm

After reading the sample of Color Blind, I had to have the book, so I did what I almost never do – I paid for a book to add to my 3000+ unread volumes. It's worth the money, and then some. Beautifully written, and Ms. Williams has not skipped "the good parts," as so many autobiographers seem to do.

Karen Hayes September 25, 2012 at 7:38 pm

I found that having my nook makes me read more. I read every book I purchase now.

Christine Frey September 28, 2012 at 4:59 am

I read about eight books a week, because I let the Kindle read them to me while I do other stuff, but I have most of them for free. Can you put the free Kindle books on the Nook?

Linda Ewoldt Reimer September 25, 2012 at 11:38 pm

Thank you for offering such great books and for free!

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