Saturday, 26 January 2013

Saturday Share - Reading Recs Week4 #KDPBest

Ugh, the last week of January. Horrible, isn't it? It seems an awfully long time since Christmas, it feels like I've been back in work forever, and yet *still* payday hasn't rolled round. So here to chase away the New Year blues, I'm sharing not two but three books today that will put a smile on your - and more importantly, your bank manager's - face.

JET by indie powerhouse Russell Blake needs no introduction to tens of thousands of you already. But if you haven't read it, hold onto your pants because it's FREE on Amazon.

Twenty-eight-year-old Jet was once the Mossad's most lethal operative before faking her own death and burying that identity forever. But the past doesn't give up on its secrets easily.

When her new life on a tranquil island is shattered by a brutal attack, Jet must return to a clandestine existence of savagery and deception to save herself and those she loves. A gritty, unflinching roller-coaster of high-stakes twists and shocking turns, JET features a new breed of protagonist that breaks the mold.

The Yearning by AJ Rose is a wonderful novella that I have already gushed about quite enough here.Suffice it to say that review was written at 2.30am on a workday because I couldn't sleep until I'd finished it and when I'd finished it I had to review it immediately. Mr Rose still owes me several hours' sleep and I fully intend to claim them.

Eric is a fiercely passionate ghost with a complicated after-life. He’s in love with Justin, a mortician who is very much alive and very much in love with someone else, his best friend Darren. Torn between desiring Justin for himself or wanting Justin’s happiness, Eric never expected his death to be harder than his life. When darkness threatens Justin’s soul, is Eric strong enough to enlist Darren’s help, or will Justin be lost to both of them forever?

Finally I bring you Three of Swords by Theo Fenraven, a wonderful and unique paranormal mystery story with a pair of strong and dynamic MCs, this is one you'll want to return to again and again!

An old houseboat, a hot young guy, a couple of murders, and more mysterious keys than you can shake a stick at: this is what awaits Gray Vecello after his grandfather, Graham, is killed picking up high blood pressure pills.

A letter Graham left behind sends Gray and his unexpected ally, Cooper Key, on a journey downriver in an attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding an unknown treasure. On the way, they encounter both friends and enemies, one of whom will target Gray and Cooper for death. One thing working in Gray's favor: he has the sight, just as Graham had, but will it be enough to save them both?

Oh, and just in case none of you believe quite how cold and snowy it is in my neck of the woods; this was my garden last night. Brrr.


  1. This last week has really sucked thanks to bitter cold temps where I live, so this was a nice surprise. Thanks for recommending Three of Swords to your followers!


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