This could be a good day, we have books from two sources.
BookBub has a bargain book, one I remember from my 2014 reading days.
The Measure of Katie Calloway $0.99
The Civil War has ended, but in Katie Calloway’s Georgia home conflict still rages. To protect herself and her young brother from her violent and unstable husband, she flees north, finding anonymity and sanctuary as the cook in a Northwoods lumber camp. The camp owner, Robert Foster, wonders if the lovely woman he’s hired has the grit to survive the never-ending work and harsh conditions of a remote pine forest in winter. Katie wonders if she can keep her past a secret from a man she is slowly growing to love.
Then, there is a second bargain book ($1.29), one I’ve not read, Calming the Storm
After a rocky start, Rachel Peters finally has her life on track. Then a tragic accident takes away her sister and leaves her to raise her niece, Kendra, alone. About to lose custody of her last blood relative, Rachel is desperate to prove she can adequately care for her niece.
Brandon Barlow has long admired Rachel. When her world begins to fall apart, he feels led to help. A marriage of convenience would enable him to provide Rachel and Kendra with a stable life. Once Rachel gained full custody of her niece, the marriage could be annulled.
LPC Books has one FREE book for us this time. I was hoping for more but the other four bargain books in the email did not come up at the reduced price. Very sad.
Hush a suspense story new to me, from an author I’ve never met. I’m always excited to see something new.
Lacey Campbell dreams murders before they happen.
The night she dreams of a man strangling a young woman while crooning the lullaby “Hush, Little Baby,” she tries to convince herself it doesn’t mean anything. The next day she’s horrified to learn her dream was reality. Then she dreams the second murder….
Detective Ford Jamison is called in to help the local police, and he soon has a working theory about the murders. His belief that the killer is using the lullaby as a “blueprint” to target women who resemble Lacey, doesn’t slow the killings. Lacey is now afraid to fall asleep at night because the next face she sees in her dream might be her own.
Three books to choose from still makes a good day.