Free literary fiction Kindle books for 09 Aug 16

Burning Through Gravity

by Addison Moore

He’s gorgeous and obnoxiousâ??the exact one-night stand I need on, this, the final night of my life.


Burning Through Gravity (Burning Through Gravity 1)

From the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Addison Moore…Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison’s books…easy, frothy fun!

BURNING THROUGH GRAVITYâ??they soared so high so fast they never expected the fall. Two beautiful souls. Two seemingly innocent deceptions. Once they meet, Stevie and Ford explode into one another in a ball of lust, hotter than a July moon. Ford is assertive, dominate and in control, that is until Stevie brings him to his knees. He thinks she’s the most beautiful woman he’s ever met both inside and out. Stevie thinks he’s sweet, and sort of goofyâ??of course it doesn’t hurt that he drips sex like honey. Stevie is starting to fall hard for Ford. And Ford is all in with Stevie. She wonders if he could ever forgive her for what she’s about to do. She wonders if she wants him to. They say love conquers all. But love never met two liars like Stevie and Ford. His lie cost her a few sleepless nights. Her lie will cost him everything.

Original publication date August 6, 2014

My Moral Compass (Gay London Life Book 1)

by Zac Andrews

First in a series of stories about GAY life in LONDON.

Moving to London straight from school opens a world of possibilities. The Big City is both safe and scary, allowing you to find your SEXUALITY but also risk losing yourself to other people â?¦

‘I first came to London about two or three years ago, as part of a school trip .. Now here I was, a couple of months away from my 21st birthday, sitting in a police cell in Chelsea, covered in blood, wondering what on earth had gone wrong with my life. Looking back on it, it was just a pub, albeit a gay pub, with people having a drink and talking about stuff. What it did for me was give me a felt insight into a world of sexual energy that I had never experienced before.

I felt slightly flustered as to what to say to him or what to call him, but he obviously sensed this and very quickly put me at ease. He offered me a drink, which I thought was great, but probably not a good idea so I politely declined and took an orange juice instead. He motioned me to sit down in a chair opposite him, and started asking me questions about me and my life. He seemed genuinely interested in me, and what I was doing with my life, and I couldn’t quite work out why. I didn’t really know what to say back to him, so I simply smiled a lot and waited for…..

Telling me to shout if I needed anything, he closed the door. I could hear him on the phone in the next room talking to someone, and I wondered what he was saying. Standing under the most stunning power shower I have ever had in my life, the heat of the water was just dripping all over me, whilst at the same time I was looking around at the splendour of my surroundings. After a couple of minutes the door opened, and I could hear the Sheikh coming in behind me. I expected him to say something, but instead the next thing I knew was the feel of his …’

Regency Romance: A Lady’s Love (Historical Billionaire Military Romance) (19th Century Victorian Romance)

by Sarah Thorn

A beautiful young lady, Emily, is unhappy in a marriage of convenience. Her fortune now belongs to her husband, and he is cold and thoughtless. Worse still, he’s exceptionally handsome. But despite his behavior, Emily loves him and believes there’s a kind and gentle man underneath his ice facade.

So when Emily discovers a plot to have her husband killed, she wonders if this just may be the opportunity to win her husband’s heartâ?¦

WARNING: This book contains mature themes and language. Intended for 18+ readers only. It is a short-story romance with NO cliffhanger and includes 4 steamy bonus books. Enjoy!

Tags: Romance, Regency Romance, Historical Romance, Rake Romance, Duke Romance, Arranges Marriage, Short Stories, Victorian Romance, Aristocracy Romance

Mrs Dalloway(Golden Deer Classics) [The Classics Collection #06]

by Virginia Woolf

“‘Mrs Dalloway’ contains some of the most beautiful, complex, incisive and idiosyncratic sentences ever written in English, and that alone would be reason enough to read it. It is one of the most moving, revolutionary artworks of the twentieth century.” â??Michael Cunningham
“â??Mrs. Dalloway’ is a book about the kind of love that everyone wants but that no grown-up person seriously expects to give or to get. Peter Walsh loves Clarissa Dalloway simply and absolutely for herself.” â??Edward Mendelson
“At last he resigned himself to giving me the Spanish version of Virginia Woolf’s â??Mrs. Dalloway’, with the unappealable prediction that I would learn it by heartâ?¦ I went [home] with the air of someone who had discovered the world.” â??Gabriel Garcia Marquez

“Mrs. Dalloway” chronicles a June day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway â?? a day that is taken up with running minor errands in preparation for a party and that is punctuated, toward the end, by the suicide of a young man she has never met. In giving an apparently ordinary day such immense resonance and significance â?? infusing it with the elemental conflict between death and life â?? Virginia Woolf triumphantly discovers her distinctive style as a novelist. Originally published in 1925, “Mrs. Dalloway” is Woolf’s first complete rendering of what she described as the “luminous envelope” of consciousness: a dazzling display of the mind’s inside as it plays over the brilliant surface and darker depths of reality.

Henry James: The Complete Collection (Golden Deer Classics)

by Henry James

Watch and Ward, Roderick Hudson, The American, The Europeans, Confidence, Washington Square, The Portrait of a Lady, The Bostonians, The Princess Casamassima, The Reverberator, The Tragic Muse, The Other House, The Spoils of Poynton, What Maisie Knew, The Awkward Age, The Sacred Fount, The Wings of the Dove, The Ambassadors, The Golden Bowl, The Outcry, The Whole Family, The Ivory Tower, The Sense of the Past

A Tragedy of Error, The Story of a Year, A Landscape-Painter, A Day of Days, My Friend Bingham, Poor Richard, The Story of a Masterpiece, The Romance of Certain Old Clothes, A Most Extraordinary Case, A Problem, etc.

Pyramus And Thisbe, Still Waters, A Change of Heart, Daisy Miller, Tenants, Disengaged, The Album, The Reprobate, Guy Domville, Summersoft, The High Bid, The Outcry

Transatlantic Sketches, Portraits of Places, A Little Tour in France, English Hours, The American Scene, Italian Hours

French Novelists and Poets, Hawthorne, Partial Portraits, Essays in London and Elsewhere, Picture and Text, Views and Reviews, Notes on Novelists, Within the Rim and Other Essays, Notes and Reviews, The Art of the Novel

A Small Boy and Others, Notes of a Son and Brother, The Middle Years

Middlemarch (Golden Deer Classics) [The Classics Collection #05]

by George Eliot

“One of the few English novels written for grown-up people.” â??Virginia Woolf
“What do I think of â??Middlemarch’? What do I think of glory â?? except that in a few instances this ‘mortal has already put on immortality.’ George Eliot was one. The mysteries of human nature surpass the ‘mysteries of redemption,’ for the infinite we only suppose, while we see the finite.” â??Emily Dickinson
“â??Middlemarch’ is probably the greatest English novel.” â??Julian Barnes
“They’ve [women] produced the greatest writer in the English language ever, George Eliot, and arguably the third greatest, Jane Austen, and certainly the greatest novel, â??Middlemarch’…” â??Martin Amis

By the time the novel appeared to tremendous popular and critical acclaim in 1871-2, George Eliot was recognized as England’s finest living novelist. It was her ambition to create a world and portray a whole community–tradespeople, middle classes, country gentry–in the rising provincial town of Middlemarch, circa 1830. Vast and crowded, rich in narrative irony and suspense, «Middlemarch» is richer still in character, in its sense of how individual destinies are shaped by and shape the community, and in the great art that enlarges the reader’s sympathy and imagination. It is truly, as Virginia Woolf famously remarked, ‘one of the few English novels written for grown-up people’.

That Church Life

by Teresa Howell

The Church Gal Crew is leading the way to Salvation at Mt. Zion Holiness Church. Feisty Natalia Freemon is the “head” of the crew. Rebellious and outspoken, she has no problems challenging the church status quo. Years later however, her loss of faith will tragically impact her life. 

    Michelle Hanks, a country girl from a hardworking farm family is the peacemaker and “soul” of the crew. Although struggling with self-confidence she is wise beyond her years and can’t wait to escape the farm life and find success; even if it costs her soul.

    Missy Jones, the “heart” of the crew, has the face of an angel and a voice sent from heaven. A pastor’s daughter raised in the church, Missy loves the ministry and her place in it.  But the flesh is tempting, especially when it comes in the form of sexy church musician and Mt. Zion playboy Tommy.  

    In spite of her dedication to the word, Missy falls hard for Tommy, and then falls out of favor with the church. Trapped in a cycle of relationship abuse, Missy’s world is falling apart until Beanie, a reformed stick-up man turned Evangelist, shows her real love. But when tragedy strikes, Missy is torn between the truth, that could jeopardize every-thing she loves, or a lie that could be her damnation.

    These three best friends drift away from each other and the church but come back together through spiritual downfall, relationship crises, drug addiction, and even murder. Can the crew survive the drama involved in That Church Life?

Regency Romance: The Devil and the Duke (Historical Billionaire Military Romance) (19th Century Victorian Romance)

by Sarah Thorn

One Lady, two dashing gentlemen, and a duel for her hand.

Lady Catherine Dalton is a woman torn between two men. One is Duke Rotham, to whom she has been promised, a man who seems too old-fashioned with his good nature and unconditional patience. The other is a dashing young soldier named Dominick, Catherine’s childhood love and the man she would prefer to marry. Now, Catherine must come to grips with the fact that she will soon be married to the Duke. But the Duke’s patience will soon run outâ?¦

WARNING: This story contains mature themes and language. Intended for 18+ readers only. It is a short-story romance with NO cliffhanger. Also contains 4 steamy bonus stories. Enjoy!

Tags: regency romance, historical romance, victorian romance

Robinson Crusoe (Illustrated)

by Daniel Defoe

Robinson Crusoe runs away to sea, is wrecked, and leads a solitary existence on an uninhabited island near the Orinoco river for twenty-four years. He finds consolation in the Bible and after a while meets another human, a young native whom he saves from death and calls Man Friday, because he met him on a Friday.

Defoe based his story on the adventures of Scottish castaway Alexander Selkirk. Published in 1719, Robinson Crusoe is one of the first novels in the English language and is often credited as marking the beginning of realistic fiction as a literary genre. It is one of the most widely read books in history, spawning numerous sequels and adaptations for stage, film, and television.

This new digital edition of Robinson Crusoe includes an image gallery.

Regency Romance: To Seduce a Scoundrel (Historical Billionaire Military Romance) (19th Century Victorian Romance)

by Sarah Thorn

Elizabeth is approaching the age of marriage. She has been promised to David ever since she can remember. But when her father announces a date, Elisabeth quickly grows up. For she loves David, but she knows he’s a scoundrel, his one true love the gambling tables at London’s elite Gentleman’s Clubs. It seems that David now needs her money. Elizabeth will not be used in that manner and she offers David a chance in the guise of a wager: she will not marry him unless he proves he loves her – in one week.

WARNING: This book contains mature themes and language. Intended for 18+ readers only. It is a short-story romance with NO cliffhanger and includes 5 steamy bonus books. Enjoy!

Fallen: A Short Story Collection

by J.B. Hogan

The snares of the world were its ways of sin. He would fall.

Fallen is a collection of short fiction featuring stories of character, humor, military service, personal relationships and history in locales ranging from New York to L.A., from the Caribbean to the Far East and from the early 20th Century to the present day. Taken together, the stories in Fallen are slices of American life in the Hamlin Garland tradition but from a fully modern perspective and often on soil beyond our national borders.


by Kevin Semeniuk

An unexpected journey of hope and friendship.

“Amazing! ‘Sugar’ makes you believe in miracles; the characters have you believing in them. I couldn’t put the book down, it was amazing!” – Christine on, ‘Sugar’

“Without reservation, I highly recommend â??Sugar’ by Kevin Semeniuk. From the opening sentence to the last, it was a very compelling story indeed. Three cheers for Hope!” – Sean on, ‘Sugar’

“This incredible author takes us on a journey of love, compassion, forgiveness and endurance . A story told with a gentle hand, humor, and a great love for his characters and the ability to take us on their adventure with them.”
– Barbara on, ‘Sugar’

“Another great book written by Kevin Semeniuk. It’s funny how we forget the simple things in life; we forget to dream and we don’t remember how to love. ‘Sugar’ brought those important things out of me. The author made it feel like I was the character ‘Poor Boy’ and it related to events in my life. Whether it was sharing a laugh or wiping a tear, he connects with his readers and you feel the emotions that the characters feel, and that in itself is amazing. I highly recommend this novel.”
– Kaled on, ‘Sugar’


by Russell Bittner

A story of minor eroticâ??but of major romanticâ??proportions. Published on the Web multiple times and in the author’s collection of short stories titled STORIES IN THE KEY OF C. MINOR., “Collisions” doesn’t pretend to titillate. But it does hope to captivateâ??maybe even levitateâ??by its suggestion of what can be, will be, must be in a world better than this one.

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