Monday, October 27, 2014

Freebie Friday on Monday! (Because I Was Gone)

So, as you all know, I was at a writing retreat this past weekend. I'm excited to tell you all about it on Thursday.  But I missed Freebie Friday and couldn't access my blog, so my beautiful daughter posted for me.  (Apparently, my favorite child.  Definitely one of my most amazing and talented children, that's for sure.)

But I missed posting Freebie Friday, so I thought I'd do it today.  Your freebies today are The Love List Collection, (it was recommended to me for anyone who loves sweet romance) and Witch Rising, a novelette from Amber Argyle.

First, The Love List Collection



 Here's the back copy:

Four sweet, short stories about small town romance... and wine!

The Love List Series

Love on the Airwaves - Jennifer Conner

After being on a big-city network news station, the last thing Tessa Sheldon wants to do is return to the small town of Mercy Ridge to work at the local radio station. But, she doesn’t have many choices.

Police Officer, Dolan Nash, wants to feel something other than the pain and death that’s surrounded him the past few years. If he keeps his head down and focuses on the peaceful quiet of the small town, the memories will stay quiet as well.

Sometimes we keep secrets inside. It’s easier than bringing out the darkness of our pasts. Will Mercy Ridge be the place where Dolan and Tessa find peace… and possibly love?

Love Found Me - Sharon Kleve

When it’s Chloe Miles turn to pick a name out of The Love List she didn’t expect to find true love. She just wanted to go on a date with a nice, available guy. Not one who drank too much, or was unemployed and wanted to stay that way. Or especially one who didn’t know what monogamy means.

Mitch Brodin didn’t know his heart was in the hands of The Love List. His Fate was set the moment he set foot into Roy’s Pet Rescues looking for advice on how to care for new born kittens.

Chloe is vivacious, unpredictable, and tons of fun, while he is methodical, predictable, and well… cynical. He surely hadn’t planned on falling in love. But that’s what you get when you’re not looking for love.


Blind Tasting - Angela Ford

Dr. Rebecca Miller is devastated over her fianc√©’s affair...with her best friend. Country charm is the best medicine. Along with a good friend and a bottle of wine.
In the heart of wine country, four friends spice up their book club and create The Love List. Love is the last thing on Becca’s mind until she’s matched with Chase Tanner.

Chase discovers the love list and believes to be fooled. Can Becca convince him she really does love him?

Building up to Love - Joanne Jaytanie

A small town can be a friendly place to call home and an impossible place to find a date. A shop owner starts a singles-mingle but only has three attendees—not a single man in sight. The women continue to meet, and change their name to The Love List. Each write names of single men and drop them into a basket. The Love List seems a success as each of the women finds their true love, except Laura. She is certain the basket is cursed.

Travis Jerome is new to town. He jumps at the chance to work on Laura’s B&B remodel, to once again have the feel of a hammer in his hand. For something to last a lifetime it must start with a strong foundation and build up from there.

If this collection looks like something you're interested in, you can download your free Kindle copy here


The second freebie is Witch Rising.



Here's the back copy:

*A novelette*

A ship burns, sinking into the dark sea. There is only one survivor—a child hunted for the power of her song. Hidden away on an isolated island, Lilette buries her power deep, convinced it caused the deaths of those she loves.

But she can’t run from who she is. And when her secret is revealed, the only thing that can save her is her song. It’s time to rise up and become what she was always meant to be: the most powerful witch ever born.

If this looks like something you're interested in, you can download your free Kindle copy here

1 comment:

Debra Erfert said...

Ah! Now it all makes sense.. hahaha!