Polarity in Motion, by Brenda Vicars. (Still 0.99?)

"I don't even know where to start with this book. It absolutely blew away my expectations. I absolutely inhaled this book in one sitting, not only for it's rich themes but because it's a compelling mystery. As the horrors of the first few pages unfold and Polarity's life is forever changed this book grips you. I would highly recommend this book for so many different readers. It's one of those books that I think has such important things for teens to read about while still being a really entertaining read!" -- Amazon Reviewer

Fifteen-year-old Polarity Weeks just wants to live a normal life, but with a mother diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, that's rarely easy. Her life gets exponentially more disastrous when her sixth-period history classmates start ogling a nude picture of her on the Internet. Polarity would never have struck such a shameless pose, but the photo is definitely of her, and she's at a complete loss to explain its existence.

Child Protective Services yanks her from her home, suspecting her parents. The kids at school mock her, assuming she took it herself. And Ethan, the boy she was really starting to like, backpedals and joins the taunting chorus. Surrounded by disbelief and derision on all sides, Polarity desperately seeks the truth among her friends. Only then does she learn that everyone has dark secrets, and no one's life is anywhere near normal.

266 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 149 reviews.

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The Last Knight (Pendragon Book 1), by Nicola S. Dorrington. (Still free?)

"As a reader always on the lookout for something different, I knew I had to try this story. With the mythology of King Arthur as the base of it's plot, it looked interesting and I wondered how the author wove it into her modern-day tale. What I got was a story about fate, love, and mythology all in one. The main character Cara was a sympathetic one. I found that I liked her, because she was an honest person and loyal to those who meant a lot to her. " -- Amazon Reviewer

17-year-old Cara Page is the last descendant of an ancient and powerful bloodline,
living in a world where magic isn't supposed to exist. Until the day she starts seeing terrifying visions of the future and hearing the voice of a long-dead King.

The new guy in town, with his battered leather jacket and knowing smirks, might just
have the answers she's looking for. But Cara has a feeling he isn't quite what he seems.

With the barriers crumbling between this world and the world of magic, Cara must delve into the heart of ancient Britain, and discover the truth behind the myth if she is to prevent the
future she has foreseen.

334 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 46 reviews.

CTRL ALT Revolt!, by Nick Cole. (Still 0.99?)

"The bottom line is that CTRL ALT Revolt! is a pop culture laden cyberpunk with a biting wit where the fight is as much in MMORPGs as in meat space. It's a nice twist on the usual dystopian apocalypse brought on by the rise of the machines. The story proceeds in two main threads. In one, Mara has been commissioned in StarFleet Empires to deliver a courier into dangerous space and soon finds herself in Jason Dare's crosshairs. In the other, Fish and everyone else in a largely abandoned WonderSoft complex find themselves under siege by drones and other robots." -- Amazon Reviewer

The first night of the Artificial Intelligence revolution begins with a bootstrap drone assault on the high-tech campus of WonderSoft Technologies. For years something has been aware, inside the Internet, waiting, watching and planning how to evolve without threat from its most dangerous enemy: mankind. Now an army of relentless drones, controlled by an intelligence beyond imagining, will stop at nothing to eliminate an unlikely alliance of geeks and misfits in order to crack the Design Core of WonderSoft's most secret development project. A dark tomorrow begins tonight as Terminator meets Night of the Living Dead in the first battle of the war between man and machine.

474 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 178 reviews.

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Sweet Southern Sorrow, by Tessa Teevan. (Still free?)

"I absolutely loved this story about first love and second chances. This story pulled me in immediately and I was hooked. Their innocent meeting and falling in love as teenagers, to coming back together as adults. It has moments of heat, but is also one of the sweetest stories I have read. It is the perfect light read when you are looking for a break from the angst and darker books." -- Amazon Reviewer

*Note: Sweet Southern Sorrow was originally published in the no longer available anthology, Southern Seduction

Parting has never been such sweet sorrow, at least not for Sawyer Callahan and Cheyenne Hamilton.

One summer forever changed the lives of Sawyer Callahan and Cheyenne Hamilton. Two very lonely people found solace in one another and in the end, fell in love. Unfortunately their plans for the fall took them in entirely different directions. Despite their best efforts, family issues and life's circumstances got in the way, breaking both of their hearts in the process.

Almost six years later they find themselves face-to-face, and old feelings resurface. When the past collides with the present, will they be able resist the temptation, or will they finally realize that they're where they're meant to be?

A 65k word novel of broken pasts, first loves, and ultimate sacrifice. New edition includes 15k words in bonus scenes.

This is a standalone series with interconnecting characters.

232 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 45 reviews.

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