Free and bargain books February 19, 2020

An Amazon suggestion that showed up while I was searching for something else. A FREE book that also appeared in my 2016 reading lineup. I can still remember the great experience with this story.

Moving On

Moving On

Amazon quote\;

Two completely different personalities must learn to get along and play nice in order to survive a will that will change their lives.

Twenty years ago, Tyler Hayes was ripped from his childhood home. Right after a horrific accident took his parents’ lives, Tyler’s grandfather cast him out of the mansion and sent him away.

Now his grandfather has passed away and he can finally come home. However, even in death, Tyler’s grandfather has betrayed him, leaving the mansion to a woman he’s never met.

Even though Kate Mitchell has never met Tyler, she knows all about the accident that changed the Hayes family. What she doesn’t know is how she will be caught in a twenty-year estrangement between two generations and an inheritance tussle she wants no part of.

Kate has a promise to fulfill, but how will she do that when Tyler wants nothing to do with her?

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An interesting historical romance bargain book showed up next ($1.23). This book is new to me and I expect the author is too. I’m looking forward to checking it out, the synopsis sounds intriguing.

His Stubborn Sweet Bride

His Stubborn Sweet Bride

Amazon quote:

When Englishman Nate Trowbridge inherits his uncle’s American ranch, he and his sister Leonie travel to Colorado. Nate plans to become a gentleman rancher and to marry Emmaline Chiswick, the daughter of family friends in Denver.

But Nate’s orderly world is turned upside down when his proposal letter to Emmaline is accidentally delivered to the wrong woman. When a redheaded adventuress arrives on his doorstep, demanding that he honor his offer of marriage, Nate is outraged at her nerve but also attracted to her beauty.

But when Molly Clanahan refuses to be bribed and also refuses to leave his house, Nate finds himself on the horns of a dilemma. In his wealthy social circles, where reputation is everything, the presence of a voluptuous unmarried woman in his home is a recipe for disaster.

But the longer Molly stays, the more Nate begins to suspect that she isn’t the greedy gold digger that she seems. He starts to believe that she’s taken refuge in his home because she’s hiding from something.

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A exciting new release at a bargain price showed up next. It will be out April 20, 2020 and the pre-order price is a $1.30. This series is written by a team of authors (different book different author) authors most of us have seen and enjoyed. It looks like most of the other seven books are at bargain prices right now as well. My pre-order copy is now in the queue.

Accept Me (Chapel Cove Romances book 8) 

Accept Me

Amazon quote:

On her deathbed, Haddie Hayes’s mother whispers a secret into Haddie’s ear—one that she and Haddie’s father had kept for twenty-eight years. The truth that Haddie wasn’t born a Hayes sends this shy Kentucky girl far from the bluegrass of home to a small coastal town in Oregon in search of her birth mother. Hopefully in Chapel Cove she’ll find the answers to all her questions.

EMT Riley Jordan can’t help himself—he’s a fixer, a helper, sometimes to his own detriment. A 911 call to Ivy’s on Spruce has Riley attending to Haddie Hayes, the new girl in town. After Riley learns of Haddie’s quest, he promises to help her find her birth family.

When Haddie makes the wrong assumptions, she vows to give up on her foolish crusade and go back to the only place she called home, a place she’d always felt safe and loved. But a freak accident hinders her plans of bolting from Chapel Cove.

And running from Riley…who has a secret of his own.

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Well, that’s not too bad for a Wednesday, we have a few new intriguing reads to look forward to, anyway.

Happy reading

on a sunny and crisp Manitoba morning.

 

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