Vanishing Teardrops and other freebies

Vanishing Teardrops

Vanishing Teardrops, Book #4 in the Tamara’s Teardrops series is free in the Kindle store this weekend!

It was her second chance at parole, and Tamara knew this time that it wasn’t going to be easy. That ended up being the understatement of the century. In a new environment, trying to be a parent for the first time after years of not being allowed to make any decisions for herself, she didn’t know how she was going to make it.

And then the worst thing that could possibly happen, did.

Caught in the middle of a missing child investigation where she is the prime suspect, Tamara is in a race against the clock to find out what happened to her baby before it is too late.

Other freebies

Here is a collection of other freebies for your reading pleasure! Click on titles or covers to jump to Amazon and download.

The Great British Bake Off, by Luna Snow

The Great British Bake Off

Jane Dough loves to bake. She is also a little overweight but she doesn’t care. After winning ‘The Great British Cake-Off’ she is invited by Royal Appointment to bake a cake ‘fit for a Queen’ – for Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday celebrations no less. Not is all as it seems at Buckingham Palace. Who is the creepy Alf Jeffries who seems to be stalking her and what about the other chefs gathered at the Palace to prepare a great banquet for the birthday celebrations? When the Queen’s famous diamond tiara is stolen – things start to hot up in the kitchen. When a body is discovered Jane fears for her life, but who can she trust amongst the motley group? Find out in this cozy mystery filled with mayhem, murder and of course lots of cake.

A Thousand Faces, by Janci Patterson

A Thousand Faces

In the world of high-stakes espionage, it pays to be able to change your face. And that’s just what sixteen-year-old Jory and her family of shape-shifting spies can do—alter their faces and bodies to look like anyone. Jory is in training to be a full member of the family business—when she can convince her parents to let her help with their elaborate cons.

But when Jory’s parents go missing on the job, Jory is thrown into a world of secrets, lies, and stolen identities that will put all her training to the test. Jory’s always wanted to be a member of the team—

But saving her family may be the most difficult job of all.

The Art of Lying, by Jennifer Gregson

The Art of Lying

Rachel Addison has just turned eighteen and lives on the Upper East Side with her parents. All she wants to do is paint and have an amazing solo gallery show downtown, but her barely-functioning alcoholic mom is acting very weird lately, her dad is never around when she needs him, and then there’s Noah — the handsome older man that appears in her life right when she doesn’t need a distraction.

When the complications of life get to be too much, Rachel escapes back to her hometown in New Jersey, where she discovers a shocking truth about her birth. This secret turns her life inside out and upside down. Back in the city, she struggles to finish her last painting and deal with the complicated relationship she now has with her parents. To top it all off, Rachel doesn’t even know who she is anymore or what to do with these feelings she has for Noah.

Whill of Agora, by Michael James Ploof

Whill of Agora

It is the year 5170 in the land Agora, where humans, dwarves, and elves have existed in peace for centuries. Now, however, the human King Addakon has invaded and waged war on neighboring Isladon. The once peaceful Kingdoms of Agora are on the brink of continental war. The Dark Elf Eadon, and his army of Dragon-Elf crossbreeds, the Draggard, threaten to conquer all kingdoms.

Enter young Whill, a nineteen-year-old ranger with battle savvy and untapped abilities. Having spent years roaming Agora and training with his mentor Abram, Whill has become a bright intellectual and a master of combat. What he seeks most, however, is the identity of his birth parents. Instead, he finds a tumultuous terrain and a prophecy placing him in the center of the struggle.

Along the way, Whill encounters an equally inspired group of companions that are matched in skill and mission. These include Rhunis the Dragon Slayer, the young Tarren, the fearless Dwarf Roakore, the beguiling warrior Elf Avriel, and the powerful Zerafin. As Whill joins forces, he forges bonds far mightier than their escalating travails. With high adventure and fierce friendship, Whill of Agora will capture your imagination and grip your heart during every super-charged escapade that Agora’s bold and grinning brotherhood embraces.

Sons of Sludge, by Josiah Upton

Sons of Sludge

While every other student is concerned with test scores and social circles, Zaul Jarreux is just trying to make it through the day without eating anyone. Gray-skinned and hairless, he needs a meticulous makeup job and wig to appear normal. He needs black market pills called Mortetine to keep his monstrous urges in check. Fitting in is a lot harder when you’re technically dead.

His condition comes from a mutation of the undead virus that almost consumed North America 100 years ago. The zombies are gone, but the bastard breed of Hybrid Reanimates remains. Dead at puberty and resurrected with no memory of their former humanity, these cursed beings are constantly driven by violent Rage, uncontrollable Lust, and the Hunger for human flesh. Hybrids are hated and feared by all.

Hidden Deep, by Amy Patrick

Hidden Deep

Sixteen-year-old Ryann Carroll has just run into the guy who saved her life ten years ago. You might think she’d be happy to see him again. Not exactly. She’s a bit underdressed (as in skinny-dipping) and he’s not supposed to exist.

After her father’s affair, all Ryann wants is to escape the family implosion fallout and find a little peace. She also wouldn’t mind a first date that didn’t suck, but she’s determined not to end up like her mom: vulnerable, betrayed, destroyed. Ryann’s just moved into her grandma’s house in rural Mississippi, the same place where ten years earlier she became lost in the woods overnight and nearly died.

Day of Reckoning, by Michelle Lynn

Day of Reckoning

We’re back to where we started – two sisters living under a government we can’t trust. The rest of our friends are dead or missing. Texas should be our haven, but have we traded one prison for another?

There are larger things at work; more allies and enemies to be found. They all look the same to us. The Texans want us to fall in line. The rebels want us to fight. The Americans want us to leave them alone.

The colonies are more dangerous than we imagined, and we’re caught in the middle. Not all of us are meant to be soldiers, but the time for indecision has passed. What do you call someone who doesn’t trust the fight? A liability.

Hunt for Jack Reacher, by Diane Capri

Hunt for Jack Reacher

THIS BOXED SET CONTAINS 3 #1 Bestselling Titles and Bonuses:
Full Novel: Don’t Know Jack
Full Novella: Jack in a Box
Full Novella: Jack and Kill
Bonuses: Reacher Report from Lee Child AND Two Diane Capri Essays about the Hunt for Jack Reacher Series

Sunny Side Up, by Sonia Parin

Sunny Side Up

With her bitter divorce behind her, Eve Lloyd wants to relax and think about her next step. Paying her aunt, Mira Lloyd, a.k.a. Elizabeth Lloyd, renowned historical romance author, a long overdue visit, she plans to spend a month on Rock-Maine Island lounging around and plotting the launch of her new life. Her ex-husband, however, has other ideas. As for her aunt… she’s gone missing. And now there’s a dead body to contend with and a murder weapon with her fingerprints on it.

A mantle of suspicion hangs over Eve and everyone she encounters has a reason to want her out of the way. Unwilling to leave matters in the hands of swoon worthy Detective Jack Bradford… only because it’s her civic duty to provide a new perspective, Eve Lloyd engages the assistance of her new friend and fellow suspect, Jill Saunders. They both stumble their way through a long list of possible motives and suspects in a race to find the killer before either one turns into the next victim.

Mercy & Mayhem, by Ava Mallory

Mercy & Mayhem

A new job assignment. A suspicious murder. A town full of suspects.

Traveling nurse Mercy Mares is an expert at two things: trouble and mayhem. Now if only she could get herself out of both before the locals pin the murder on her.

Incubation, by Laura DiSilverio

Incubation

Bio-chemistry whiz Everly Jax wants one thing: to know who her parents are. Raised with other repo kids in InKubator 9, she has pinned her hopes on Reunion Day, the annual event where sixteen-year-olds can meet or reunite with their parents. When her Reunion Day goes horribly awry, she and her pregnant friend Halla escape the Kube, accompanied by their friend Wyck who has his own reasons for leaving.

In a world where rebuilding the population is critical to national survival, the Pragmatist government licenses all human reproduction, and decides who can–and must–have babies. The trio face feral dog packs, swamp threats, locust swarms, bounty hunters looking for “breeders,” and more dangers as they race to Amerada’s capital to find Halla’s soldier boyfriend before the Prags can repo her baby and force the girls into surrogacy service.

Town Secrets, by Scott Gelowitz

Town Secrets

A centuries-old organization within the tiny town of Grayson protects many secrets – from unknown scientific discoveries to the truth about the mythical island of Atlantis, along with information that ties it to historical events from around the world.

Thirteen-year-old Adam McTaggart and his wise-cracking friends have always assumed that Grayson is just another boring small town on the prairie, but the destruction of a nearby town and disappearance of all of its residents forces them to believe they might also be in danger.

After listening to theories from one of the many unique townspeople, Adam and his friends begin a quest to uncover Grayson’s mysterious past. During their investigation they unlock a strange network of underground tunnels and find objects that seem straight out of science fiction magazines. When they discover the existence of the secret organization controlling everything in Grayson, the group soon understands that their boring small town is much more exciting than they had always believed it to be.

Closer to Home, by Heleyne Hammersley

Closer to Home

Newly promoted DI Kate Fletcher has reluctantly returned to her home town after a twenty-year absence and a recent divorce.  The discovery of a child’s body near the estate where Kate grew up has her rushing back to Thorpe – a place of bad memories and closed mouths.

As her team investigate the murder, they keep hitting dead ends. The community is reluctant to reopen old wounds and retell old stories.  But Kate’s history refuses to stay buried.

Then another child disappears…

 

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  1. Thank you for the freebies!

  2. Debbie Rodriguez says:

    Thanks for the freebie list!!

  3. filkferengi says:

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