Free books September 10, 2020

It all started with a suggestion for a book I’ve already read. That happens to me a lot. So far there are no other suggestions yet this morning and I thought why don’t I check out this author, maybe she has some other free books we might like. Guess what…

She does.

The second one I found was on my reading list four years ago and I still remember.

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Miss Main Street The Complete Series: Books 1-3

Amazon quote:

Secondhand Secrets:
Every small town has its secrets. Darcy’s have been locked up inside her since that last summer when she left Wimber, Texas, and the boy she loved, for a glitzy life in Los Angeles.
Seven years later, her gran’s passed away. Darcy’s been named as the sole owner of the Tangled in Time antique store. Darcy can’t wait to get back to the place where she’s always felt she belonged. But owning a business isn’t as easy as it seems. And sometimes the past is better left alone.
But Darcy is determined to push forward, despite the obstacles that cross her path. And maybe even have another chance for love with the man who stayed behind.

Blessed Arrangements

Lila’s Flower shop and wedding business keep her plenty busy. Add in a handsome firefighter and crazy hits the fan.
When Lila’s sister and nephew move back in and a terrible disaster threatens her tiny Texas town, Lila realizes she might not be able to fix everything on her own. Will God send the miracle she needs to help her out of this mess?

Inn Dependence

For two years, Sammi Morretti has cared for her home-bound grandfather. Now he’s gone, and she’s left with no place to go.
Then a mysterious aunt invites her to work at a tiny bed and breakfast in the town of Wimber. Can the Main Street women and a kind youth pastor with a dangerous history pull Sammi out of the darkness she’s lived in for so long?

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The Comanche Girl’s Prayer, Texas Women of Spirit Book 2

Amazon quote:

Experience an incredible journey of faith and courage as nineteen-year-old Soonie Eckhart travels to an illegal Comanche and Kiowa settlement in North Texas to become a teacher for the children in hiding.
Despite her Comanche roots, she finds many in the group, including a volatile young man named Lone Warrior, refuse to accept her.
After a chance encounter in the hills with a band of dangerous men, Soonie must draw on the deepest parts of her faith and courage to survive.

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Currently: I’m about to start …

The Red Siren (Charles Towne Belles Book 1)

Can ladies be pirates? In 1718 Charleston, there are few other choices left to women in need of large sums of money. And Faith Westcott needs such a fortune to protect her two sisters from forced marriages or their aloof and often-absent admiral father will do just that upon his return from overseas. The only problem is, he has assigned a naval officer to keep guard over Faith and her sisters while he is away—a very handsome naval officer, and one whom Faith recognizes as a victim of her piracy from long ago.

Dajon Waite longs to make a success for himself in the British Royal Navy, not only to cover a host of past sins but to prove to his father and brother that he isn’t the wastrel they accuse him of being. When he is stationed in Charleston, Carolina to rid the nearby seas of pirates, he is thrilled to meet up with his long-time mentor, Admiral Westcott. But Dajon must pass a test before receiving the promotion he desires: protect the admiral’s unruly and headstrong daughters! Not an easy task when Dajon’s past dealings with women ended in disaster and shame—including a run in with a lady pirate.

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I’ve no idea what to expect with this new read but I hope it’s good.

Happy Reading to you …

on this cool day that could reach a warm 21c. It’s currently 11c.

Long john weather for those of us who haven’t adjusted to cooler weather quite yet.

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