Free and bargain books June 25, 2020

BookBub has a FREE suggestion for us. We’ve seen this author before, fairly often in fact.

Jake’s Honor: Cowboys of Coulee Crossing (Romancing the West Book 1) 

Jake's Honor

Amazon quote:

Connie has always been the plain one. The responsible one. The dutiful one. She always stood in her beautiful cousin’s shadow, but now her cousin is dead. Connie is left to pick up the pieces and do right by her little niece, Megan, which means delivering the girl to her father. But nothing is as it seems. Jake denies being the father. Worse, the attraction Connie once felt for the enigmatic rancher still exists, though she has always been invisible to him.

Jake Hooper lost his mother, his father, and then his sweetheart, who left him without so much as a word of explanation. When Connie shows up with a child she claims is his, he knows it can’t be true.

Jake determines to take Connie and Megan to Fort Macleod. They aren’t his responsibility. And after all the loss he has suffered, he can’t bear to open his heart again.

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A interesting looking bargain book by a new-to-me author. This was found in the Amazon suggestion ribbon. $1.31

The Cowboy’s Best Friend (Sweet Water Ranch Western Cowboy Romance Book 1)

The Cowboy's Best Friend

Amazon quote:

Palmer wouldn’t trade his family’s land for the world. But the only way to save the ranch from financial disaster and claim his billion-dollar inheritance is to find himself a wife. His happily-ever-after would be complete if he could just hitch his wagon to the woman who sees him only as her best friend.

Ames’ free spirit can’t be tied down. So she’s more than willing to help Palmer find the perfect bride before she takes off to pursue her dreams in LA. But every time she thinks about the rugged cowboy with another girl, her heart burns with jealousy.

Though Palmer tries to enjoy his new match-made companions, he can’t keep his mind off Ames. And now he worries her wanderlust is blinding her to what’s right in front of her eyes.

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A bargain book collection looks interesting too, I think. I’m not totally sure although I have read this author before. At $0.99 it’s easy to take a risk to find out. Five books is awesome.

Grant Us Grace Box Set: Books 1 – 5 (Elizabeth Maddrey Box Sets)

Grant us Grace

Amazon quote:

This omnibus edition includes the complete Grant Us Grace series and is more than 1000 pages of realistic, relatable romance.

In this charming collection of inspirational romances, five friends support each other through the ups and downs of life — but can they follow God’s plan and find the love they’ve each been waiting for?

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It doesn’t look like much at first glance but there are seven books in this list. Not too shabby after all.

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Currently I’m reading book 2 in the series mentioned yesterday. There was a lot of skimming happening in book 1 even though I enjoyed the story. Book 2 is much different. I haven’t been tempted to skim a single page let alone a paragraph. There are no similarities in the stories, which is wonderful, although the main characters are brothers and there is the family connection. The cover makes you think cowboy, the story doesn’t. It feels military actually. It’s still a bargain if you are tempted to read along, to see if you agree with my assessment.

Loving Her Texas Protector: A Texas Lawman Romantic Suspense (Garrison’s Law Book 2)

Loving Her Texas Protector

Amazon quote:

Jacie Moreau is a tough-as-nails security specialist who works with the Long Pine Texas police. She takes care of herself and doesn’t ask for help from anyone.

Brett Garrison is an odd-man-out in the Garrison family. He’s a soft-hearted veterinarian from a family of daring Texas lawmen.

Jacie runs afoul of a hired killer and no one is there to step between her and danger but Brett.

Brett’s good-hearted plan is to care for the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen draw an assassin’s attention.

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Happy Reading!

 

 

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