Download Chloe on Kindle for Free… and more!

Chloe, Between the Cracks #4 is in the Kindle store for free this weekend!

While Chloe is book #4 in the series, you can read it as a stand alone novel. And I have to say, this heart-wrenching book is one of the best I have written so far.

In the words of some of my readers:

—Chloe is a very shocking and riveting story about all the risks one girl will take just to try and keep a part of her family together no matter what it costs her … you can’t bear to not know what is going to happen next.

—This is one of the more disturbing stories I have ever read… I don’t think I will ever forget Chloe’s story.

—Chloe was so good!! … It feels like I’m reading about my best friend or a family member. I’m thinking about the characters even when I’m not reading the book. Your writing style captivates me like no other … I literally cannot put your books down. They inspire me so much.

—I absolutely loved it! … I could never be as strong as Chloe, … I kept wanting to know more, … [it] made my heart happy. Thank you so much for another great read!

Jump here to the Kindle store!

And here are some other freebies!

Rescuing Finley, by Dan Walsh

Amy Wallace has made plenty of mistakes in her young life, but she didn’t see this one coming. Chris Seger is a marine serving in Afghanistan. His life is forever altered by a single, fateful step. A mother of another Afghan war vet suffers a devastating loss, which changes the course of Finley’s life for good. Finley is a mostly golden retriever, who suddenly finds himself alone and confused in a dog shelter. Could this prison actually become the place where Finley finally finds freedom? Rescuing Finley tells the story of how one rescue dog powerfully impacts three tragic lives and puts all of them on a road toward redemption and healing.

Experiments, A Gifted Series Prequels, by Char Webster

The Gifted Society, a race of people with special abilities, lives among humans. They have survived for thousands of years by hiding their special powers from the world. Now, someone is trying to manipulate human DNA to create the gene mutation that triggers these abilities. Nick, Robert, Jason and Ryan, newly graduated from the Gifted Society’s Elite Academy, are tasked with stopping whoever is behind these experiments. 

Will the guys succeed with their first assignment? Will they be able to stop the experiments? Discover the beginnings of the Gift Series in this prequel novelette.

Unforeseen, by Nick Pirog

Retired homicide detective Thomas Prescott is reluctant to read the best selling book Eight in October, a true-crime thriller based on a string of murders occurring throughout October of the past year. After all, it was his case, and he doesn’t need to be reminded of the gruesome details.

No Quarter, by MJL Evans and GM O’Connor

Ye be warned – this series contains sexual situations, drug usage, foul language, crude humor, and beaky parrots.

Volume 1 of 6 begins in 1689 Port Royal, Jamaica with Atia Crisp and her sister Livia shipwrecked and sold into slavery. They are separated and Atia is used as a pawn in a deadly card game at the Swiftsure Tavern until she is liberated by sugar merchant Capitaine la Roche. Hunted at every turn, they take refuge at Cherry Red’s Boutique (brothel) and meet up with allies including the medication loving Dr. Strangewayes. 

30 Days, by K. Larsen

Abused by her husband. Dealing with the loss of her only sister. A suicide attempt that doesn’t end in death and a husband who wants her inheritance. Elle’s life is a catastrophe. But she has a list and thirty things she’s determined to accomplish. Love isn’t on that list but it comes crashing unexpectedly into her life.

Gretchen Falls, by Les Farley (free with subscription)

A collection of short stories based upon some of the characters from the author’s first book, An Unlikely Source. Quaint, down-to-earth and some quirky – these people will grow on you. They represent a simpler life in a small town called Gretchen Falls. Allow yourself to temporarily escape the hectic world that we live in by transporting to a town that is refreshing and its people, charming.

There Are No Men, by Carol Maloney Scott

Divorced thirty-something Claire doesn’t know who’s in her dating pool—but she’s doing her best to avoid shark infested waters. Leaving her clueless and insensitive husband behind was a smart move after losing her fertility, but now she’s riding the wave of flying toupees, strange men in leather thongs and drunken nights in painfully impractical shoes. Claire desperately wanted to be a mother, but now she’ll settle for one middle aged man worthy of a second date.

Just a Closer Walk, by William Hemsworth

Everyday I hear someone say that they do not have time to read the Bible to pray. If we do not do these things we are starving ourselves of essentials for the Christian walk. “Just A Closer Walk” provides 40 short devotional that have a daily verse and will challenge you to grow in your faith.

Ask for the Rain, by Lou Engle

Position Yourself to Experience Holy Spirit Outpouring!

Ask the LORD for rainIn the time of the latter rain. (Zechariah 10:1)

God is pouring out His Spirit and revival rain is falling across the Earth. How should you respond? Ask for more!

Big Numbers, by Jack Getze

Divorced dad Austin Carr wakes up every day in a beat-up camper, parked on someone else’s private property. Why? Because his alimony and child support payments were established by New Jersey’s family court system when his income was double, and for the last two years he has failed to earn the legally mandated monthly nut.

He’s had his savings drained, his Maxima repossessed, his salary attached, and his visiting rights suspended. He bought the twelve-year-old Chevy pick-up with the rusty camper for $800 last month because another landlord tossed his butt in the street.

Loyaulte: Stories of King Richard, by J.P. Reedman

Anthology of fiction about the Last Plantagenet King, set in his earlier days before he took the throne.

 

Sapphire Shade, by Ann Serafini

What if human beings are merely the ancestors of a highly intelligent master race, called the Ikhälea, which controls everything in the universe from dreams to the afterlife? When it is discovered that the balance of evolution has been upset and the people of Earth are on a path to eventual self-destruction, a young Irish immigrant learns that she is only one who can save humanity from extinction.

When Darkness Breaks, by Traci Sanders

Local news anchor, Amber Woods, seemed to have it all – a thriving career, two beautiful children, and a doting husband named Drake. Life was perfect…until her world was turned upside down in one fateful night.

While the incident caused Amber to renew her priorities; Drake was unable to deal with what happened, and sank into a deep depression laced with infidelity and alcohol.

Hoping a change of scenery would salvage her quickly deteriorating marriage, Amber agreed to move to New York; but it didn’t take long for her to discover that the past is not always left in the past.

Dragon Rider, by Marissa Allen

This is a short story of Marie.

Marie has spent her life dreaming of adventure. She has finally left her hometown to travel the world and see where life will take her. She gets what she asked for as she finds herself on the run for her life. She knows that her life has been changed forever. What she doesn’t know is how long that life will be.

L-2011 What If?, by Mark Gillespie

The London riots, coordinated by technology and social media, have brought the city to its knees.

Buildings are burning. Shops are being looted. Homes and businesses are destroyed.

Two alternative leaders have emerged in an online battle for the future soul of London.

The Guardian, by Nikki Landis

All my life I have searched for meaning hidden in the shadows. A way to emerge from my past and escape the loss that never leaves me. I lost everything once, too young to remember, too weak and young to know the truth, my entire life has been built upon a series of half truths and partial lies. I thought I lived the normal life of a teenager. I thought nothing would ever change the monotony of my existence.

Out of the Past, by Dana Roquet

Torie Mills is beautiful, successful and a New York Times best-selling historical romance author. Determined to find some solace from her fast paced and demanding life, she decides to move to Mahaska County, Iowa—a mile outside of the tiny town of Fremont and into her great-great-grandparent’s old homestead. Her plan is to restore the property to its 1870 glory days. 

Tell me what you think!

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