Bid for a Bride is western historical romance where a blind man agrees to marry a woman whose marriage is annuled after her bigamist husband auctions her off to the highest bidder.
The hero is Brian Evans who is the adopted son of Eliza and John from the book Loving Eliza.
It is priced at £1.99 for Kindle.
When social worker Raina Hughes visits the home of a young boy she’s been assigned to monitor, things quickly turn ugly. Later, when she’s found brutally murdered, Detective Jackson thinks it’s an open-and-shut case against the boy’s ex-con father.
Complications develop when new evidence points to a serial rapist who’s becoming more violent with each attack. Raina’s lover, Jamie, knows what the rape victims have in common, but won’t tell for fear of revealing her own secrets. When Jamie disappears, Jackson must uncover the truth before the body count goes higher.
This second book in the Detective Jackson Mystery is £1.49.
Mary Peters despairs that she will never marry. At nineteen, she has no prospects of finding a husband, so she takes matters into her own hands and becomes a mail-order bride. When she arrives to Omaha, Nebraska to meet the man she’s due to marry, he takes one look at her homely appearance and rejects her.
But fate has other plans for Mary. Dave Larson happens to be nearby and thinks she will make a good wife. Though she is stunned that someone as handsome and as kind as Dave would ask her to marry him, she accepts. She knows that this marriage will not bear the fruits of love. Love, after all, is for beautiful women. Isn’t it?
Find out for just £0.49.
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This first book in the Virginia Brides series is SuperCheap at £0.49.
In order to receive his inheritance, Jake Mitchell must marry. In order to save her family’s farm, Sue Lewis must marry a rich man. So Jake comes up with a plan. Why not strike up a platonic business arrangement where they can marry each other for six months?
Unfortunately for Jake, the people he knows are determined to keep them together. Between an army of men willing to date Sue before her annulment and the Lewis brothers scheming to show Jake how attractive she is, laughter and love are in the air. And in the end, a confirmed bachelor might discover that an inconvenient marriage may not be so inconvenient after all.
Hunted by a coven of vampires, Katelina has only one person she can trust: Jorick. But what happens when her knight in shining armor turns out to be one of the monsters? Katelina will have to examine not only her feelings for those close to her but her perceptions of good and evil if she wants to survive.
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Russel D McLean has been many things in life – a philosophy student, a reviewer, a bookseller,a webzine editor, a crime writer and a general miscreant. His love of crime fiction can be traced back to a battered paperback copy of Elmore Leonard’s Mr Majestyk. Russel lives in the city of Dundee, Scotland, where he shares his house with a cursed mask.
Scottish farmer, James Robertson, finds his estranged brother’s corpse hanging from a tree. The police claim suicide. But Private Investigator J McNee is about to uncover the disturbing truth behind the death. With a pair of vicious London hard men loose in the Scottish city of Dundee, its only a matter of time before people start dying.
McNee must confront his own demons and these brutal killers in a violence showdown that threatens to leave no one alive.
The first in the acclaimed J McNee novels, The Good Son was nominated for a Shamus Award by the Private Eye Writers of America. Today you can buy the novel for only £0.99. The sequel, The Lost Sister will be available soon.
We all lead such busy lives with our work and family responsibilities that it is so easy to forget to make time and appreciate who and what we are. However, by turning ‘within’ we can all experience and grow in such amazing peace, love, truth and bliss, …a very real discovery and self -realzation that everything is God and that God is in us! — David Knight
David website with link to his blog
The channeled ‘inner-dictations’ have continued from the Trans-leations, beings of ‘light’ who reside 1000 light years from Earth. David Knight has collated this eagerly await sequel (to Book 1 – Pathway), which is now delivered to you, in the name of Love, Light and Truth.
You have an open mind. Do not doubt this, for what other reason would you have picked up this book? Perhaps it is because of the literature already digested, or indeed, maybe it is in your life experiences that have now made you question your faith or life’s purpose? Do you still have unanswered questions? Know that deep inside of you; within your heart, lie the answers to everything you could ever need to know.
David shares precious words of joy and peace, beautiful poetry with unique images of his wondrous journey. So much love and comfort surrounds us to and from the Spirit world and the innumerable planes of existence. This is an extraordinary experience of ‘life’ beyond our wildest dreams and of places you could only yet imagine. Today you begin the experience when you buy this book for only £0.69.
The original ‘uncut’ version of David’s first channeled book, fully illustrated and in its raw beauty. This is a real ‘gem’ for all ‘light-workers’.
Through David’s experiences we learn that the Trans-Leátions (who reside 1000 light years from Earth) were given the task by the ‘Creator’, sending channeled inner dictations to help us all open our hearts and minds. They aim and wish is to assist in our own individual and global Ascension process.
Supported by beautiful poetry (and in rhyme and reason) their love and wisdom answer many questions of our past, present and future. They teach us to turn ‘within’ and to trust in God’s love.
We are encouraged to develop our ‘inner -self’, to raise our vibration level and are given the knowledge and wisdom to improve our lives. We can continue to grow and understand our Soul and goal, helping us to clear our ‘karma’ and ultimately return to Universal peace and love, out true home
Upon this journey of love and light the pilgrim, disciple, devotee or an aspirant of truth will finally remember that ‘he’ has simply traveled from himself….to himself. You can purchase this book for only £0.69 today.
Charlotte Castle asked a friend what he would do if his child were dying and he replied, “I would go with her.” His response was the genesis for Simon’s Choice. Charlotte has just signed up with The Literary Group International, so expect this book to become a blockbuster shortly.
DailyCheapReads review of Simon’s Choice
But Daddy, who will live with me in heaven?”
Doctor Simon Bailey has everything a man could ever want.
Then his beautiful daughter is diagnosed with Leukemia.
He can almost accept her impending death.
He can almost accept the fact that he will have to live without her.
But he cannot stand the thought of his little girl having to face death alone.
He answers her innocent question in a moment of desperation, testing his marriage, his professional judgment and his sanity to the limit.
As cracks form in Simon’s previously perfect family, we wonder, as do his loved ones … will he really make the ultimate sacrifice?
Combining poignant moments of both humour and pain, Simon’s Choice is a penetrating account of parenthood at the sharp-end. Buy the book for your Kindle for £2.87 today.
I am an author of novels and short stories, based on inspiration from the world around me. I’m also an avid reader, and write reviews for Bookpleasures.com. I am a resident author at BestsellerBound.com, a message board where indie authors meet and chat to other authors and readers. – Maria Savva
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Set between the 1950s and the beginning of the 21st century, A Time to Tell is the poignant story of Cara, from her dramatic attempted suicide to her roles as a smitten eighteen-year-old, wife, widow and grandmother, and her final, passionate reunion with the man she has always loved. It is also the parallel tale of Cara’s prodigal son Benjamin and his daughter Penelope, whose unhappy relationship with her father has led her into marriage with a man whose own dysfunctional family have turned him into a person who at first seems strangely attractive, but turns out to have a dark and terrifying side… Rich in colourful characters and pertinent social themes, “A Time to Tell” is an eventful and often disturbing tale of the pain and pleasures of family relationships. You can purchase this family saga for £2.81 today.
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Set in London, in the noughties, sometime after the smoking ban, and before the great 21st century recession… James has always believed in happy ever after, and he plans to get there one day. He is doing okay. At the age of thirty-three, he has a top job, dream house, two healthy children, and a wife who always stands by him. These things, James can rely on, until one day, when everything changes, and he realises that he has spent so long looking towards the future, that he has neglected the present. Feeling unloved, his wife, Pamela, has left him, leaving nothing but a brief note. She has taken their two children. How far will James go to save his marriage? What can Pamela do to stop the past haunting her life? Will it be enough? Find out when you buy Second Chances for £2.81 today.
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Pieces of a Rainbow is a collection of seven short stories, each one based on a different colour of the rainbow. You will find a full spectrum of emotions within the stories. Some are sad, some uplifting. There are not always happy endings, but the tales reflect the real world, and the forces of nature at work in our lives; sometimes beyond our control. The stories are diverse in style, and the characters, although fictional, are true-to-life. There is something for everyone in this inspired collection. Enjoy these short stories when you don’t have time for a full book by downloading Pieces of a Rainbow today for £2.10.
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Greta van der Rol wishes she was born a thousand years or so in the future, where space ships zip around the Galaxy and people have adventures on exotic worlds. Well, if you can’t be there, why not write about it? And slap in a healthy dollop of romance, too?
Greta also wrote the well-reviewed Die a Dry Death, a chilling historical tale of survival.
Politics. Hatred. Star systems on the brink of war. A species under threat of extinction from a deadly virus. Ex-Admiral Chaka Saahren goes undercover to discover the truth. Systems Engineer, Allysha Marten, takes one last job to rid her of debts and her cheating husband. On Tisyphor, deadly secrets about the past explode, as Allysha and the undercover agent scramble to prevent the coming holocaust and xenocide.
When the ex-Admiral’s identity is revealed, she must come to terms with her feelings for a man she thinks caused the death of innocent civilians, including her father.
In a race against time, Allysha must set aside her conflicted emotions and trust a man she barely knows. Saahren must convince the woman he loves to find the truth as he once more assumes his position as … The Iron Admiral. Today the book is selling for £2.13. You can go here to see a book preview.