Free literary fiction Kindle books for 22 Feb 15

Club Business: (MC Fight Club: Iron Banshees: Book 3) An MC Fighter Romance

by Juniper Leigh

Heat Level: Scorching!

The Iron Banshees series is packed with rough and rugged alpha biker gangs, ripped MMA fighters, and steamy menage romance!

Harper Grace Harrington doesn’t just have a boy problem anymore.

Caught between two assertive lovers, an old one and a new, Harper dreams of having them both, of not having to choose.

But her dreams are disrupted when her father’s murderer chases her down and takes her, wanting to leverage her against Lucas, her ex-husband and the president of the Motorcycle Club.

Can Harper escape this frightening predicament and get back to her two men?

Note: Craving Her Biker is an 7,800 word short story

MC Fight Club: Iron Banshees is a Five Part Steamy MC Biker / MMA Fighter Romance

Book I. Craving Her Biker – http://amzn.to/1y2zzqL – Copy & Paste Link to Download

Book II. Her Biker’s Touch – http://amzn.to/1y2zzqL

Book III. Club Business – Approx. 7,800 words.

Book IV. Breaking Bonds – http://amzn.to/1JcPVpc

Book V. Rebel’s Tryst – http://amzn.to/1CFzpts

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Rebel’s Tryst: (MC Fight Club: Iron Banshees: Book 5) An MC Fighter Romance

by Juniper Leigh

Heat Level: Scorching!

The Iron Banshees series is packed with rough and rugged alpha biker gangs, ripped MMA fighters, and steamy menage romance!

Harper Grace Harrington has put herself in quite a tempting position.

After freeing herself from a murderer’s clutches and returning home, Lucas and Oliver — the Biker and the Fighter — confront Harper, both wanting her.

But how can she decide when her mind and body wants them both?

Note: Rebel’s Tryst is an 8,100 word short story

MC Fight Club: Iron Banshees is a Five Part Steamy MC Biker / MMA Fighter Romance

Book I. Craving Her Biker – http://amzn.to/15ttZHj

Book II. Her Biker’s Touch – http://amzn.to/1y2zzqL

Book III. Club Business – http://amzn.to/1BhyRKM

Book IV. Breaking Bonds – http://amzn.to/1JcPVpc

Book V. Rebel’s Tryst – Approx. 8,100 words.

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Breaking Bonds: (MC Fight Club: Iron Banshees: Book 4) An MC Fighter Romance

by Juniper Leigh

Heat Level: Scorching!

The Iron Banshees series is packed with rough and rugged alpha biker gangs, ripped MMA fighters, and steamy menage romance!

Harper Grace Harrington was never one to wait for rescuing.

Trapped in a grim, dirty basement, Harper knows that there are two men who are desperately looking for.

But she doesn’t know who she would rather see on the other side of that cellar door: Oliver or Lucas, her biker or her fighter.

Will Harper escape – and who will she claim as her lover?

Note: Breaking Bonds is an 8,500 word short story

MC Fight Club: Iron Banshees is a Five Part Steamy MC Biker / MMA Fighter Romance

Book I. Craving Her Biker – http://amzn.to/15ttZHj

Book II. Her Biker’s Touch – http://amzn.to/1y2zzqL

Book III. Club Business – http://amzn.to/1BhyRKM

Book IV. Breaking Bonds – Approx. 8,500 words.

Book V. Rebel’s Tryst – http://amzn.to/1CFzpts

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We Must Go: A Very Short Story

by Kim Flewelling

This is a literary work of less than 1000 words, a very short story. It was created, framed around an encounter… a storytelling interaction, actually, that occurred with a complete stranger boarding a bus for the Midwest at a ferry terminal. She received a kind deed, a simple act of kindness. A ‘give forward’ moment carrying her luggage. What ensued was sharing of her profession, a scientist who studied the elements of the earth’s crust. She asked where I lived and what I do. Thus prompted her comment, “When the deer start moving inland, you should too. This area of the world is overdue.” In the past, small quakes and earth shakes have occurred. What might happen to the pristine, rugged, rocky coast? Islands in the bays? Habitat? I am not quite sure where to place this genre, although I feel that certainly teens and adults would appreciate it, so it stands as literary fiction. Context questions might even be created with story discussion. I have had small group discussion with students after completing an oral reading. The ‘post reading’ conversation was quite interesting!

It can be read in less than five minutes or so~ The afterthoughts matter the most~



Mother Stands for Comfort: sequel to White Goods

by Guy A Johnson

‘Mother Stands for Comfort’ is Guy A Johnson’s fifth novel – the much anticipated sequel to ‘White Goods’.

His darkest work to date, it picks up exactly where ‘White Goods’ left off – the lid of a chest freezer is lifted and a petrified boy is pulled from its icy well. But the child won’t talk – and his rescuer doesn’t know who he is. He should take the boy to the police – but that’s the one thing he can’t do.

Instead, in the dead of night, he leaves him on a stranger’s doorstep…

Oliver has spent a lifetime torturing his mother with threats and foul behaviour. When he is lured into a stranger’s house by an older boy, he finally meets his matchâ?¦

Jake hates his alcoholic mother and lives in fear of his half-brother, Toby. But a chance encounter leads to kindness and an unexpected way outâ?¦

Brian lives in strained tolerance of his mother, a woman who’s convinced her abusive ex-husband keeps breaking into their house – although no one ever finds a trace of him, not even the police, who she frequently calls inâ?¦

All three boys live in the same terrace – their lives joined by bricks and followed by one man – a stranger who is determined to find out which one of them he rescued from the icy jaws of a freezer twelve years earlierâ?¦.



Second Coming

by Chad Gayle

Second Coming is an eclectic collection of short stories about addiction and obsession from Chad Gayle, author of the novel Let It Be.

In the title story, Jesus Christ is reincarnated as a California liberal who becomes smitten with a modern day Mary Magdalene, putting the not-for-profit kingdom that he’s built at risk. In “Candy” and “Learning to Spell,” alcoholism and drug addiction test the mettle of characters who have reached a crossroads in their respective lives; in “Reality Show,” a young man from New Jersey is forced to deal with his selfishness and his sex addiction to help the one woman he might have a future with.

These are stories about sinners and saints whose suffering forces them to look at the world, and themselves, in a whole new way.

About the Author
Chad Gayle is a writer and photographer who was educated at Texas A&M University; he currently lives in New York. His debut novel Let It Be was published by Bracket Books in 2013.



FRONTIER JUSTICE

by Robert Trainor

NOTE: Frontier Justice can also be purchased with three other novels of mine for $4.99 in a book entitled Four Novels.

Adriana Jones grew up in the roughest section of Chicago where murder was an everyday event. After working as the dispatcher at the police department for three years, she became a cop at the age of twenty-two. “The thing I always noticed about her was that when we had a hot callâ??things like shots firedâ??Adriana was the first one out of the cruiser. Always. She seemed totally fearlessâ??she told me once that the only way to deal with criminals was to be meaner and tougher than they were.”

During her time in Chicago, Adriana received three commendations for bravery, but she was eventually forced to resign because of an incident where she shot an unarmed man. “Her standard rule was that anyone who shot at a cop was to be taken out. No exceptions. If they even pulled out a weapon, the exact same thing applied. â??I’ll deal with the paperwork and the prosecutor,’ she always told us.”

Six months after resigning, Adriana is hired in New Haven, a suburban town eighty miles south of Chicago. On the night of October 25th, 2012, two teenagers, Billy Watkins and Nathan Smythe, stand on an overpass that crosses the expressway and hurl cement blocks at cars. One of the blocks goes through the windshield of a car, which causes it to jump over the median where it collides with three other cars and kills eight people.

Two days later, Billy Watkins, who had stolen his father’s gun, takes Sharise Jackson and her child hostage. Adriana enters the room where Billy is holding the two hostages and is finally able to persuade him to surrender his gun and release the mother and her child, but as Adriana and Billy are walking out of the room, there is the sound of a gunshot.

Sharise, a little unsteady on her feet, left the bed and had just reached the hallway when she heard Adriana say, “OK, Billy, let’s goâ??you first.”

About ten seconds later, Sharise heard Billy say, “What?” And then, maybe a second later, there was the sound of a gunshot followed by the crash of someone falling to the floor. “Oh My God,” screamed Sharise to two cops who were standing at the top of the staircase, “someone’s been shot.”

Just then, Adriana came out of Sharise’s bedroom and tossed Billy’s gun onto the carpet.

“Are you OK?” said the first cop to reach her.

“I’m fineâ??but he’s not,” she said as she pointed behind her.

“What happened?”

“Just before we left the room, Watkins tried to grab his gun away from me, but before he could yank it out of my hand, I shot him in the face.”

The prosecutor is suspicious that Adriana has murdered Billyâ??her history in Chicago reads like a one-woman execution squad. Eventually, he hires three crime reconstruction experts, and they all tell him that Billy Watkins was definitely murdered. Adriana is charged with second degree murder and acts as her own attorney.

Will she be convicted? Even more importantly, is her claim of self-defense valid?

Adriana approached the jury box and said, “When I saved that mother and child, it was hardly the first time I risked my life for the innocent, for those who were depending on me for protection. That’s all I’ve ever doneâ??I was given three decorations for bravery while I worked in Chicago, and if I cared about medals and had been willing to talk about myself more, I could have received a dozen. One of those commendations was given to me because I ran fifty feet down an alley while I was being shot at with an AK-47. I did that to drag a severely wounded policeman to safety. That could have been your son or your brother or your husband who was brought to safety. And I’m sureâ??absolutely positiveâ??that if it had been the prosecutor’s brother that I had saved, he would never have brought the Watkins case before you. Never!”

Even so, it’s up to the jury to decide the fate of Adriana Jones. How did they vote? And how would you have voted if you were on that jury?



The Island

by Maja Starzec

Emma O’Shea loves her Dublin life, her university job, and her Co. Mayo family estate. She has even come to accept her sunset transformation into a Creole, exotic lady whose tastes and thoughts are annoyingly at odds with her Irish daytime persona. At nights, Emma dreams of a sugar cane plantation on a tropical island. Trapped between Dublin of 2012 and Martinique of 1695, Emma decides to travel to the island of her dreams. In Martinique, Emma understands the reason for the curse of her nightly change, and how her ancestor’s legacy of evil and greed has thwarted her family generation after generation. Two islands, two cultures, a girl in between and, oh, also a very irate goddess in a magic reality tale bursting with spices, insight, and discovery.



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