Free and bargain books September 09, 2020

BookRunes has a FREE Romance suggestion for us today. I’ve not read this author so we get to meet someone new, unless you’ve encountered her before. Looking around a little, I’m thinking this may not be a five star read. It may be a tell rather than show experience which is not my favorite.

The Baron’s Malady: A Smithfield Market Regency Romance: Book 4

Lord Gideon Ward lived for adventure.

With unrest brewing in India, it was all too easy to ignore the trials existing back home with the Scarlet Fever ravaging the country.

It wasn’t until the disease struck his own father that he was forced to contend with the actual trials of his own country. Coming home to accept the title that was his birthright, Gideon, now the Baron Dunstable, must once again face the world he left.

A frantic search for a doctor brings him into contact with Josephine Noe, whose own life has been fully changed in the wake of tragedy left behind by the disease.

He is a Baron now, and who is she but another poor young woman.


A friend mentioned this next FREE collection on FaceBook. I’ve read book one but it’s been awhile and the memory is dim. I need a refresher.

Titus Ray Thrillers: Books 1 & 2: (A Titus Ray Thriller Box Set)

Amazon quote:

Book IOne Night in Tehran

When he starts searching for answers, an assassin begins his own search–for him.

In Tehran, while hiding out from the Iranian secret police, CIA officer, Titus Ray, finds shelter with a group of Iranian Christians. Compelled by their unwavering faith, the battle-hardened agent becomes a believer shortly before they smuggle him out of Iran to freedom in Turkey.

Returning to the States, he discovers his Iranian mission failed because of political infighting within the Agency. After delivering a scathing indictment against the Deputy Director of Operations, he’s forced to take a year’s medical leave in Oklahoma.

Before leaving Langley, however, he discovers a Hezbollah hit man has targeted him for assassination. Now, while trying to figure out what it means to be a follower of Christ, he must decide if the Iranian couple he meets in Oklahoma has ties to the man who’s trying to kill him, and if Nikki Saxon, a beautiful local detective, can be trusted with his secrets.

Book IITwo Days in Caracas

On the hunt for an assassin, Titus Ray faces a threat he never imagined. Can he overcome the obstacles and capture Ahmed Al-Amin before it’s too late?

In this pulse-racing Christian thriller, CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray, travels from Costa Rica to Venezuela in an effort to stop Ahmed Al-Amin, a Hezbollah assassin, from murdering a high-profile government official. Along the way, a family crisis jeopardizes his mission, and an Agency division head threatens to destroy his career. As the danger mounts, he’s forced to partner with an untested operative to complete the mission and bring Ahmed to justice. Will he make it in time?


An interesting bargain showed up while browsing. This book is new to me but not the author.

The Butterfly Recluse 

Amazon quote:

Learning to love is like learning to fly . . .
Eccentric. Weird. Crazy. Whatever people call her, Lila doesn’t mind. Most of the time. She finds solace in her sheltered world by raising butterflies and surrounding herself with their gentle beauty. They’re all she needs.

Most of the time.

Until a motorcycle-riding stranger roars up her driveway, invading her safe haven, throwing her life off-kilter, and forcing her to question everything. Persistent and stubborn, Harvey Sanford may be just what she needs—or everything she doesn’t.

He’s easy on the eyes, but hard on her emotions. What exactly is he after, and what is he not telling her? Should she safeguard her heart or follow it?


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