Free and bargain books December 14, 2020

1531 Entertainment has a bargain romance suggestion for us. This is a pre-order and will probably be comprised of novellas given there are fourteen books included. I recognize many but not all of the fourteen authors involved in this collection and I’m looking forward to it.

Love’s Treasure – A Christian Romance Collection: Limited Edition 

Amazon quote:

Love may be the greatest gift—but only God’s love can transform these couples’ lives…

Fourteen of your favorite Christian romance authors offer an inspiring collection of contemporary and historical stories celebrating the greatest treasure of all—love.

From new starts to second chances, broken dreams to renewed hope, treasure hunts to runaway brides, this collection of stories will touch your heart and stir your spirit, reminding you of God’s power to transform hearts and lives.

Don’t miss this limited-edition collection of heartwarming stories from USA Today and bestselling Christian romance authors.

100% of Pre-order proceeds will be donated to the Village Enterprise organization in Africa.

INCLUDED IN THIS LIMITED-EDITION COLLECTION:

Juliette Duncan: Because We Cared; Autumn Macarthur: Nothing More

Marion Ueckermann: More than This; Joy Ohagwu: A Royal Inheritance

T.K. Chapin: One Love; Lorana Hoopes: A Second Chance for Christmas

Elizabeth Maddrey: So You Love to Hate Your Boss; Evangeline Kelly: Love’s Sacrifice

Valerie Comer: Ruby Radiance; Naomi Rawlings: Love’s Violet Sunrise

Valerie M. Bodden: Heart’s Home; Melissa Tagg: Someday Soon

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BookBub has a FREE suggestion for us. It looks like I’ve downloaded a dozen books from this author over the last eight years and read at least half of them. I need a refresher to remember how much I liked his books so I’m looking forward to this one.

The Unfinished Gift (A Homefront Novel Book 1)

Amazon quote:

— Double Carol Award-winner (Best Debut Novel, Best Historical Fiction) —

Patrick Collins has three items on his Christmas list. He wants the army to find his father. He wants to leave his grandfather’s house. And he wants–very badly–the wooden soldier tucked away in his grandfather’s attic. Set at Christmastime in 1943, The Unfinished Gift is an engaging family story that reminds us of the surprising things that can affect powerful change in our hearts–-like a young boy’s desperate prayers, a shoebox full of love letters, even a dusty, long-forgotten wooden soldier.

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I’m currently reading & enjoying a mystery/thriller, it’s still a bargain and I love it enough to recommend it.

Dead Ringer: (Truth Seekers Book 1) 

Amazon quote:

She was hiding from her past…
When a local woman goes missing and Sheriff Blake Jenkins delivers her blood sample to DNA expert Emory Steele for analysis, Blake discovers Emory is a dead ringer for the missing woman. Blake’s gut says the woman is related to Emory. But Emory rejects the notion, requiring a DNA test before she’ll concede that she does indeed have a twin sister she never knew about.

Now she’ll do anything to see it come to light.
Emory joins Blake in a search for her missing sister, but when an attempt is made to abduct Emory as well, they begin to think the abduction is related to Emory’s birth parents. Blake vows to keep her under his watch until they discover what this maniac is looking for and bring him to justice. But Emory balks at him wanting to keep her under constant surveillance as she’s struggling to come to grips with a former brutal attack, and she wants nothing to do with a man who might want to get close to her. When it becomes clear that Blake is the only one who can keep her safe, will she let him get close enough to do so?

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Happy Reading y’all

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