Sunday, August 25, 2013

Today's Daily Dose of FREE Books!

Better late than never??
I start college again tomorrow!! Holy cow, am I too old for this??

These are FREE at the time of posting but that can change at any minute, so be sure to go ahead and grab them while you can!

If you enjoy them, go ahead and leave an honest review on Amazon and Goodreads!

Happy Reading!
Dowie

Book Genre: Dark Comedy
Avery Leigh will stop at nothing to get her boyfriend, Carter Thomson, back. A high school girl who has no problem saying the first thing that pops into her head, no matter how crazy, she finds Carter has not only stopped taking her calls, he’s started avoiding her altogether. Could it have been something she said? Carter, a sometimes naïve but always gorgeous basketball player, doesn’t mind playing the field if it makes him look good in front of his friends, but he’s really trying to figure out what qualities he wants most in a woman. Unfortunately for Avery, impulsive and outrageous don’t make the list.
In Loose Lips Sink Ships, expect the unbelievable as these high school teens cross every conceivable boundary and breach every ethical code. If you like your romances to be tongue-in-cheek, you’ll love the non-stop innuendo and flirting, because at that age there’s really only one thing on everybody’s mind. If you like your comedies to be over the top, you won’t be able to stop laughing when you see what kind of ridiculousness these two get up to. Because when it comes to Avery and Carter’s train wreck of a relationship, the only safe way to get involved is through a book.
Loose Lips Sink Ships is about 47,000 words long, is intended for mature audiences, and is not recommended for those who are easily offended.

Since the day her baby sister was taken, Holly’s mind hasn’t been the same. PTSD, panic attacks, nightmares and blocked memories have plagued her ever since. And now they’ve returned.
Hard-edged Detective Vince O’Malley’s most recent case penetrated even his protective shell. Ordered to take time off to recover, he can’t let go, and on his own, follows the clues to Holly’s small upstate NY town. 
His presence stirs ghosts from the past, shadows of a little girl lost, the suspicions of some tight-lipped locals with secrets to hide, and more than that inside Holly’s fragile mind and untouched heart.

According to Rayea, the oldest daughter of Satan, the origin of vampires started in Hell, and it started with her. Rayea isn't daddy's little girl, even if he is the most powerful fallen angel around. He wants her to take an active role in the family business. But she's not interested in his schemes for world domination. Instead she wants to spend her time shopping on the Internet, rescuing humans from a horrific eternity, and practicing martial arts with her seven foot hellhound. Then one day everything changes. 
Here's the first part of the Vampire from Hell series about how it all began. "The Vampire from Hell (Part 2) - A Vampire Among Angels" is included as well.

The sharpest lawyer to barely graduate from Key West School of Law, Steve Solomon is a beer and burger guy. Fresh from Yale, Victoria Lord is a Chardonnay and paté gal. The squabblers extraordinaire can't agree on "good morning," but somehow they're a winning team in court.
Steve plans a mysterious boat trip in the short story "Solomon & Lord Sink or Swim." He claims he's going fishing with Manuel Cruz, but Victoria isn't buying it. She knows that Cruz stole a bundle from Steve's favorite client. Victoria hops aboard to find out just what Steve has planned. The answer could get them both killed.

THE DEN was inspired by actual events and their resulting, recurring nightmares. 
Is it possible to run away from yourself? No. Skyla Jane Judge should know.
Fresh on the heels of a breakup and college graduation, Skyla Jane Judge feels an inexplicable urge to accompany an attractive stranger on a road trip from New York to New Orleans. Maybe it has something to do with what a psychic has told her about a past life. Maybe some old friends stuck between lives are waiting for her there.
Whatever the case, she gives in to the lure of Louisiana’s voodoo country and doesn’t look back. Longing for change, she uncovers a “den” beneath the haunted cobblestone streets of the French Quarter and, in the company of vampires, begins to discover her true self.
Skyla embarks on a journey to self-awareness that ultimately uncovers a secret ceremonial path to love and eternal enlightenment. Though change is what she wanted, is she ready for the irrevocable change her “new” friends offer her?

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