Thursday, December 11, 2014

Kindle Book Deals for December 11th

A Season For Romance by V.R. Marks, Kimberly Hope, Jay Keelan, and Regan Black
$0.99 or FREE for Prime Members

In this collection of short stories USA Today bestseller V.R. Marks, Kimberly Hope, Jay Keelan and USA Today bestseller Regan Black deliver charming holiday tales with a little something for everyone...

The Sheriff's Proposal by V.R. Marks: We meet Sheriff Cochran in my romantic suspense novel, The Thief, but we don't learn exactly how he feels about Ruth Williams, the owner of the local diner, until her annual Thanksgiving feast in The Sheriff's Proposal.

Meddling with Mistletoe by Kimberly Hope: In the sassy contemporary romance, The Heiress and Her Fake Fiancé, Jessica's Grandma Violet is the town matchmaker. In Meddling with Mistletoe, we see Violet's first matchmaking attempt, involving Jessica's parents and a wine cellar.

Finding the Focus by Jay Keelan: When Ethan Myers, an award-winning photographer short on inspiration, leaves his studio for the road, he's shocked to run into the one woman he's never forgotten.

Snow-Covered Resolutions by Regan Black: It's New Year's Eve and all of the Pixie Chicks have someone special to kiss at midnight – except Austin. In this season of resolutions will she stick to hers, or will the snow-covered magic of Hobbitville sweep her up in a whole new adventure?

In addition to the short stories, V.R. Marks and Kimberly Hope have added the first chapters from the first books in their respective series.

The Becoming Trilogy Box Set (Books 1 - 3) by Jess Raven and Paula Black

This box set edition of ‘The Becoming Trilogy’ contains all three full-length novels of The Becoming series in one. (Becoming Red; Becoming Bad; Becoming Blood) No cliff-hangers, guaranteed!
A sexy paranormal romance/ urban fantasy series with wolf shifters. Set in modern-day Ireland, The Becoming weaves a dark world in which ancient Irish myths are larger than life and roaming the streets of Dublin.

Ash DeMorgan has long since consigned the fairytale nightmares of a troubled childhood to the realm of fantastical childish imagination. Now, lured back to Dublin, the scene of her tragic past, Ash encounters a city pulsing under the dangerous sexual influence of a new street drug the locals call Rave. Nothing is as it seems. Ash is about to discover that her nightmares are real, and she has become the prey in their erotic hunt. A step back into her past is about to become a high adrenaline race for survival.

Connal Savage, outcast, assassin, and living, breathing hunk of ancient mythology, has lived a thousand years servicing a debt of revenge. Dead inside. Until he encounters his boss’s granddaughter, an infuriating woman who threatens to lead him to hell with all his good intentions, who manages to chip away at the hard encrusted defenses of a lifetime spent at war and burrow herself deep into a part of him that hasn’t breathed for centuries. He is about to discover that when it comes down to the wire, when you’re bargaining with the Grim Reaper for the life of the one you love, you will do anything. 

The Night Before Christmas by Gennady Spirin and Clement Clark Moore
$1.00 or FREE for Prime Members (Regularly $3.95)

The poem "The Night Before Christmas" has become so much a part of Christmas that it’s hard to imagine the holiday without it. Originally published as an "Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas," it appeared in 1823 in the newspaper, the Troy Sentinel. It has since been reprinted hundreds of times, acted out on stage, and read over the radio and on film and CD. The author, Clement Clark Moore, is said to have written the poem for his children on Christmas Eve, 1822. Our modern image of Santa Claus as a bearded, plump, jolly figure can be traced back to Moore’s famous description of St. Nick: "He had a broad face, and a little round belly, that shook when he laughed, like a bowl full of jelly."

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