Free fiction Kindle books for 17 Dec 13

Writers Block. A Tale of Love and Intrigue

by George Gaye

When successful crime novel writer Nolan Crawford finds himself unable to come up with any ideas for his new book, he takes drastic measures and drives over to the seedy part of town to try to find some inspiration to kickstart his newest novel. His world is turned upside down when young and handsome Eric Blackwood literally falls into his lap outside a run down bar, with angry thugs right behind him.

Nolan finds himself coming to Eric’s rescue, not knowing the intrigue and betrayals that he is immersing himself in with this handsome stranger. Nolan is immediately attracted to Eric, but it seems this is a dangerous love affair for both of them, as Nolan becomes entangled in a greedy business takeover, double crosses, and murder. Nolan can only turn to his best friend and cop, Timothy Finn, for help with Eric disappears; Nolan needs to find his lover before it is too late for both of them.

Writer’s Block is a tale of love and intrigue, betrayals and sell-outs, danger and desire.



HIRED GUN (A Jess Williams Novel)

by Robert J. Thomas

Jess finally takes time for a well-deserved rest after finally hunting down the other four men who killed little Toby Lambert and his father and raped and killed Sarah Purtell.

He arrives in Stratton, Texas, to stay at the Stratton Hotel and finds trouble on the first day, having two run-ins with the town sheriff and a back-shooter by the name of Rory Hammond.

Things get worse when Jess is approached by a young girl by the name of Samantha Shultz who is dressed as a young boy and wants to hire Jess as her personal hired gun. Jess refuses at first, but things change after hefinds out exactly why she wants to hire him.

Jess and Samantha set out on a long journey of revenge and justice. Jess’ job is hard enough, but having a young naive girl dressed as a boy makes his job even more difficult. He has to protect her while hunting down stone-cold killers and she doesn’t make the job any easier. Before his job is finished, more bad men will hit the dirt, victims of the raw justice Jess dispenses in his own way.



LOLLIPOP PART 2: SHAKE DANCING FOR DUMMIES

by OBAMA CHRIST

After a stray bullet killed her husband, she was forced to get a job in the sex industry…………………………..

Keisha was young, beautiful, ambitious, and a loving housewife, but things all changed when a gangsters bullet took her husbands life.

Forced to let their home go into foreclosure and with life insurance running out, Keisha moves into a cramped, project apartment. As the months pass she is faced with either getting the money in limited time or being homeless.

Through the advice of a high school friend, Keisha begins stripping under the name Lollipop, an alter ego she created to cope with the stress of the inner city environment. Keisha is a strong woman just trying to raise her child. Lollipop is a super freak, who dances naked, and simulates sex for frat boys and perverts.

As time goes on Keisha (Lollipop) becomes sucked in by a life of fast men, fast money, and fast times. Whereas before her life was filled with holding down a home, raising a son, and going to classes to better herself, today her life is filled with money hungry strippers, backstabbing men, and quick money. Keisha doesn’t know where Lollipop ends and her true self begins……………….UNTIL ONE DAY IT ALL CHANGES.

Lollipop is the latest series from upcoming author Obama Christ and his best to date. Lollipop is only available on KINDLE.



Mr. H.I.V.

by I.B. Freeman

Darren Wade is the perfect man. He is college educated, has a good job, and has a wonderful relationship with his mother. He is also H.I.V. positive. Darren’s H.I.V. status leads him on a mission to intentionally infect women. To complete his mission Darren will have unprotected sex with any female who is willing to have unprotected sex with him. This story is entertaining, educational, and a classic example of art imitating life.



Balmoral: A Novelette (Bad Reputation)

by Matt Hader

In the 2011 novel Bad Reputation, Larry, the talented and dedicated cook at Dink’s Diner, a popular Balmoral meeting spot, met a 37-year old loner named John Caul. Unknown to Larry at that time, John Caul was hatching a wayward plan to bring harm to the town of Balmoral for the lifetime of ostracization he’d been experiencing. Ostracization brought on by the accidental damage John, himself, caused the town twenty years earlier when he was a teenager.

Balmoral takes place nine months before the events of Bad Reputation. Larry has yet to even discover the town of Balmoral and, sadly, having recently given up on his artistic dreams, he’s floundering through life without purpose, which leads to an unfortunate, but inevitable, arrest.

While serving the community-service portion of his sentence delivering meals for senior citizens, Larry meets Mr. Herman in the town of Balmoral. Mr. Herman is a somewhat unlikeable recluse who enlists the reluctant Larry to help him complete a task to right a wrong he caused earlier in his own life. Larry doesn’t quite realize it then, but the steps he takes in assisting Mr. Herman will be the catalyst he needs toward becoming the man he is to soon be.

Matt Hader is a member of the International Association of Crime Writers (North America Branch).



Pump & Circumstance

by Phillip Westry Jr.

What if you lived your entire life trying to do things the right way? Regardless of your where you came from, you stayed straight and never went astray. But then comes the dayâ?¦when your dreams turn into nightmares that just won’t go away. When there might not be a tomorrowâ?¦ if you don’t act today. When your back’s against the wall and knees too bloody to pray.
What If the lives of your loved ones were depending on you? Would you consider doing things you swore you never would do? Or would you say a prayer, and sit and wait for mountains to move? What if this happened to you? How far would you goâ?¦if you had to?

Pump & Circumstance



Scarcity

by Kate Genet

Teresa doesn’t mind loneliness. It comes with the territory and she’s learned to be particular about her privacy. She’s learned that keeping to yourself is always the best option. Until Scarcity turns up. Teresa’s never met anyone like her and it worries her how much she likes the girl’s presence. What happens when two desperate, needy worlds collide?

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REVIEW

“I thought this story was wonderful, showing two damaged women slowly opening up to each other. Kate Genet has a way of writing strong, vivid prose that gets under your skin. The light, the weather, and nature all figure strongly in her work. But then her earthy characters are also forces of nature! This isn’t pretty writing, it’s stark, sensual and gorgeous. I plan to read more of her work.” – Gabriella West

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EXCERPT

â??I’m Scarcity. Pleased to meet you, Teresa.’ She was smiling.

Teresa looked at the outstretched arm. The girl’s hand turned out to be warm against her palm. Scarcity took a step forward and looked up at her. She was still smiling.

â??I gotta go. Thanks for the beer. I’ll come and see you again, shall I?’ She dropped Teresa’s hand and grinned, heading for the door before Teresa could answer.

Teresa followed slowly. The blonde girl disappeared around the side of the house. â??What sort of name is Scarcity?’ Teresa asked the empty yard.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kate Genet is a New Zealand author who enjoys writing books with strong lesbian characters. Even if they don’t start out feeling all that strong, they’ve usually found their tenacity and self-assurance by the time she’s done with them; characters you can like, admire, and wish you knew – maybe they’re even a bit like you. With her interest in telling compelling stories she spreads herself across a few genres within lesbian fiction – supernatural suspense, adventure, science fiction and fantasy, and now romance. Keep up to date with her writing life and new releases by visiting her website at kategenet.com (coming January 2014).

She also writes mainstream speculative fiction under the name Kate Hansen.



Ladd Springs (Ladd Springs, Book #1)

by Dianne Venetta

Book #1 Delaney Wilkins finds herself at odds with hotel developer Nick Harris over a deathbed promise and a mysterious find in the Tennessee forest. Both are after title to Ladd Springs, a mecca of natural springs, streams and trails in the eastern Tennessee mountains, a tract of land worth millions. But Ernie Ladd, current owner of the property and uncle to Delaney, is adamantly opposed to them both.

Felicity Wilkins, Delaney’s daughter, deserves to inherit her family’s legacy, but neighbor Clem Sweeney is working against her, ingratiating himself with Ernie Ladd. Clem is also harboring a secret that will make him a very wealthy man–unless the others stop him before he can bring it to fruition.

Complicating matters is Annie Owens. Ex-girlfriend to Jeremiah Ladd, Ernie’s estranged son lining in Atlanta, she declares her daughter Casey is Jeremiah’s, making Casey every bit as entitled to the property as Felicity–only Annie hasn’t proven this claim. Yet.

All are fighting to get the property, but only one will walk away with the gold.



Wish Me from the Water

by R E Swirsky

Two teenage hockey players brutally murder their parents in an unexpected altercation after a close friend and teammate commits suicide. The town’s people believe the suicide was another tragic result of bullying, but the two boys have learned the true reason their friend took his own life, and decide to take matters into their own hands.
Detective Dean Daly is called in to investigate the brutal murders and believes there is much more to the murders than first appears.
Not far away, a young housewife, Sarah, is in a very bad place. Her husband Gerald finally crosses the line from verbal abuse to physical abuse and breaks her arm. She takes flight in the middle of the night, and Gerald vows he will track her down to the ends of the ends of time, and insists she can never leave him.
Detective Daly soon becomes involved in both events, not knowing that he will soon be caught in the middle as the two stories collide.

This is a story about courage, strength, and standing up for what you believe



Super Chick and the Prime Directives

by P.J. Repond

Marsha Hendershot’s life has always been a series of missteps, misjudgments, and mishaps. It still is, but since the day she was kidnapped off the toilet of America West’s flight seventy-nine by two celestial beings, Harold and Walter, and given the job of “super hero” she’s found her purpose in life–“fighting crime, saving Earth, along with our pitiful species, and picking up litter.”

Suddenly her quiet life of baking for her business, Great with Coffee Baked Goods, and watching old horror flicks with Mooch, her beloved dog, and Buster, her deranged goldfish, is turned upside down.

How Marsha deals with her role as a super hero, falls in love with Bruce Canfield, a hired hand on her father’s ranch (a.k.a. Agent Mark Gordon), saves her parent’s marriage, and the life of her batty friend and neighbor, Mattie Mc Fee, is the basis for this fast-paced and hilariously funny chick-lit romp through the world of the unimaginable and she does it all while nearly freezing to death in a frozen meat locker and loosing dozens of biscotti to the Super Chick suit’s fire retardant foam.



A Cat Named Mouse: Pig Hunt, Vol. 1

by Nick James

Warning! This short story contains coarse language, mild violence and sexually suggestive themes. Reader discretion is advised.

What would the world be like from a cat’s perspective? Experience the world through the eyes of a young cat with a language barrier, who gets away with more than one would expect. Tag along with Mouse as he shares his story of bravery in his hunt for two pigs that escaped his owner’s farm.

Mouse series. Volume one. ~2500 words.
Other books in the series:A Cat Named Mouse
Mouse: Bad Doug
Mouse: New Toy
Mouse: Neutered
Mouse: Field Trip
Mouse: The Birthday WishMouse: Nine Lives



The Beat on Ruby’s Street

by Jenna Zark

The last thing Ruby Tabeata expected on her way to a Jack Kerouac reading was to be hauled to the police station. Just a few weeks shy of her twelfth birthday in 1958, Ruby lives in Greenwich Village and dreams of meeting famous poets while writing her own poetry. Instead, she is accused of trying to steal fruit from a local vendor and forced to go into a children’s home. Her only choice is to follow her heartâ??and find the one thing she needs with the power to help her heal.



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