Triangle of Hope, by Michael Meyer. (Still 0.99?)

"I absolutely adore this story, it truly pulls at your heart strings and make you look at how you treat others and the choices you make. Three souls are pulled together by quite hard times, but manage to unite and cause quite the difference in each others lives. I wasn't expecting to love each of the characters, but in the end they are all justified and trying to make life worthwhile. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good story with a fantastic ending. No matter what genre you read this story will work it's way into your heart." -- Amazon Reviewer

Feel-good contemporary fiction. Change is in the air.

Who knew that a chance encounter would change their lives, and the lives around them, forever? Three unlikely allies come together to take a selfless, courageous stand, and their world will never again be the same.

Clint Westerly has it all; that is, until he makes a fateful decision that turns his life upside down.

Tanya Wilshire has sheer determination to fulfill her mother's dying wish, although she seemingly has now lost the means to do so.

Seamus Harrington, eighty-four years of age, is determined to right an old wrong before it is too late, even though the odds are heavily stacked against him.

If you love feel-good reads with happy endings, then don't miss TRIANGLE OF HOPE, where "Meyer was masterful in weaving the story lines of the three main characters into a conclusion which was exactly what the title suggests...a Triangle of Hope." (Jon Colson)

"A book that will stay with you forever." (Wanda Hartzenberg)

173 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 10 reviews.

Allies and Enemies: Fallen, by Amy J. Murphy. (Still 0.99?)

"So the story of Sela Tyron is an interesting one. I found Allies and Enemies: Fallen an entertaining with excellent pacing. The characters are not your regulation sci fi military types. The characters are real with flaws, hopes, dreams and baggage. The lush universe they live in tells me this sci fi adventure is the tip of the iceberg. I look forward to where Amy Murphy leads us next in this very dynamic universe. " -- Amazon Reviewer

Join the action and adventure of a new military scifi series Allies and Enemies: Fallen.
Purpose-bred soldier of the Regime, Commander Sela Tyron is as subtle as a hammer. To hammers, any problem can look like a nail, but the solutions aren't always that easy. When Sela encounters a son she is forbidden to know, falls in love with a man who is clearly off-limits, and is abandoned with her team on a planet full of insurrectionists, things get complicated...

Fans of Farscape and Firefly will delight in this "Indiana Jonesesque experience through space" and the introduction of a new kick-ass heroine in Sela Tyron.
Similiar categories: space opera, military scifi, science fiction action adventure series, space opera military science fiction, science fiction action adventure military, space opera ebook series, scifi heroines, alien conflict, space marine.

288 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 51 reviews.

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Buried (Twisted Cedars Mysteries Book 1), by C. J. Carmichael. (Still free?)

"A thoughtful, entertaining read from C.J. which should appeal to all lovers of the mystery genre. The road to the truth is a winding one, and in this case it is a little twisted. The Oregon coast makes for a great backdrop for the story and our new protagonist on the block, Dougal Lachlan. Oregon makes no pretense about what it is...ruggedly good-looking, and alternating between sunny and overcast dispositions, and Dougal has not strayed far enough away. He is ultimately likable, and cares about truth and the well-being of family...values I easily identify with. Thanks, C.J!" -- Amazon Reviewer

Justice is overdue in the coastal town of Twisted Cedars where two unsolved mysteries lay buried in the past.

Over thirty years ago a series of murders targeting Oregon librarians was never solved. Now someone with inside knowledge is feeding clues to true crime writer Dougal Lachlan, promising him the best story of his career. Pursuing the leads means returning to Twisted Cedars, where his sister Jamie is about to marry a man he deeply dislikes.

Local Twisted Cedars librarian Charlotte Hammond prefers her mysteries-and her romances-between the covers of a good book, especially since the disappearance of her older sister, Daisy, eight years ago. But then the dark and tortured soul who is Dougal Lachlan walks into the Twisted Cedars Library asking for her help.

Before long Charlotte realizes there is no safe zone. Not even in libraries...and especially not in Twisted Cedars.

"One of my favorite elements of Carmichael's books is her gripping portrayal of family dynamics." Kathy Altman, USA Today

"Carmichael's dialogue sparkles…" Romantic Times Reviews

"When I tally up the books I've read at the end of the year this book will stick out on the keeper shelf…" Debbie K. Gilbert, Amazon, on The Fourth Child

"C.J. Carmichael's The Dad Next Door is remarkably well written. Her characters have depth…and her depiction of their emotions is spot-on…" Romantic Times

"Really good book with great characters....I didn't want to put it down-" Ladyacct, Goodreads, on The Fourth Child

250 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 34 reviews.

King's Exile: Chronicles of the Dragon-Bound: Book 1, by William Culbertson. (Still 0.99?)

"This book has it all: dragons' plots to gain the throne and humor. The main character is forced to flee for his life when his father is murdered and he finds out plans to kill him as well. Like the title implies he is a king in exile even if it is self imposed exile, better thought dead than actually dead. I loved the lore that was done for the dragons. The book ends in a great place but keeps it open for the next one. If you like dragons this is a must read." -- Amazon Reviewer

Young Dax is rightfully King Darius Ambegriff X of West Landly, but an evil plot forces him to flee for his life. He must live by his wits-alone in a world of danger. Soon Dax finds powerful allies, not the least of which is contained in the dragon's egg he carries with him. "King's Exile," the first of three books, recounts Dax's struggle to find a new life.

Note: Mature themes are portrayed.

347 pages, with a 5-star rating from 6 reviews.

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