Missy the Werecat, by P. G. Allison. (Still 0.99?)

"I loved this book and couldn't wait to get to the next one to find out what happens next. I thought this might be a YA book but it held my interest to the end and couldn't wait to get the next one." -- Amazon reviewer

Missy the Werecat: Book I

When puberty brings on her first Shift, Missy goes into the mountains for two years until finally learning to Change back. She can Change from fully human in one instant to a mountain lion in the next. Everyone assumes her two year disappearance was because she'd been kidnapped by a sexual predator that she managed to kill. She keeps her werecat nature a secret. There is no pack, no pride of other werecats and no alpha. She's a girl with fantastic abilities growing up and learning to do great things in today's world, amongst humans. She only has her instincts to guide her and those drive her to train herself to extremes. She must control those instincts; dampening the wild predator is often necessary. Her raging hormones and enhanced senses require very strong controls; she explores what happens when those controls are relaxed.

400 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 85 reviews.

Free today!
Rose Hill (Rose Hill Mystery Series Book 1), by Pamela Grandstaff. (Still free?)

"Along with the "anybody could be the killer" aspect, this book is a fun read. Rose Hill had me laughing out loud, and I can so relate to the small town gossip mill." -- Amazon reviewer

Nestled at the foot of Pine Mountain, Rose Hill has one traffic light, one patrol car, and one cold-blooded killer.

When rich and rotten Theo Eldridge is found bludgeoned to death in the local veterinary clinic, Rose Hill police chief Scott Gordon is forced to work with ambitious county investigator Sarah Albright. Unfortunately Sarah seems more interested in seducing Scott than in solving the crime.

Scott's crazy about Maggie Fitzpatrick, but she's still grieving over the mysterious disappearance of the love of her life. Although determined to resist the powerful chemistry between them, Maggie finds herself deeply involved with Scott's investigation, and battling emotions she can no longer deny.

It's a bitterly cold January in Rose Hill. As Scott and Maggie untangle the sticky web of Theo's shady business dealings, they uncover dark secrets that may connect Theo's murder to another committed twenty years before.

266 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 42 reviews.

The Rogue Trust (Ordinary Days in Myrtle Hill Book 1), by Deanne Durrett. (Still 2.99?)

"Wonderful story!!! I couldn't put it down when I started reading. The characters are beleiveable and the storyline is awesome. She has the Oklahoma weather down as only someone living in Oklahoma would know. I hope there will be many more sequels to the Myrtle Hill series." -- Amazon reviewer

Widowed and dedicated to raising her twelve-year-old daughter, Becca McGee's faith is strong and life is good… But then, the arrival of fourteen yellow roses threatens her with change as potential wealth comes wrapped in mystery and accompanied by romance.
Is the Rogue Trust a hoax, a test of her faith, or a blessing? And why is she so attracted to the lawyer who proved himself to be a jerk, might be a stalker, and probably an impostor?

329 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 21 reviews.

The Red Baron: A World War I Novel, by Richard Fox. (Still 4.99?)

"The Red Baron follows World War I flying ace Manfred von Richtofen's transformation from a disgraced cavalry officer relegated to staff position to Germany's pride of the skies, with over 80 documented air victories. While paying due respect to the aerial tactics that made Richtofen the uncontested fly ace of the war, The Red Baron also offers the reader an insightful look into the personal life of Richtofen, touching on some of the smaller details that could have motivated him to strive to achieve such aerial skill and then continue to fight despite the physical and mental tolls inflicted by constant battle. The Red Baron is a great read that puts a face and a heart to a legend." -- Amazon reviewer

At the dawn of the First World War, Manfred von Richthofen sought glory. What he found was misery. Sentenced to a meaningless staff position after losing his first battle, Richthofen joins the fledgling German air force and discovers his deadly talent for air to air combat.

In the air, victory and renown come at the expense of other men's lives and with a burden that grinds against his soul. To the soldiers and people of Germany, he was the pride of an empire. To his foes, he was the Red Baron. As wounds to his body and spirit mount, Richthofen learns that even heroes have limits. As the war enters the final stages, finding the strength to keep fighting will be his greatest battle.

321 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 8 reviews.

"Like" our Facebook page so you never miss a bargain e-book!

Free and Bargain Kindle books, delivered to your inbox:
Subscribe today to our daily e-mail!
(We save you time by curating our selections of bargain books. We filter out books with a less than 4-star rating, or have few reviews. We exclude books that are merely teasers, and generally exclude those that are less than 100 pages in length. Your time is valuable and we strive to find quality for you in your bargain e-books!)