Free literary fiction Kindle books for 20 Aug 18

Fairytale Love – Becca & Brian (Crossroads, Book 8)

by Melanie Shawn

Stand-alone Crossroads romance, complete with HEAâ??and plenty of heat and heart along the way!

We’re just friendsâ?¦

Fair and beautiful Becca Sloan was used to saying this to peopleâ?¦and it was true. The youngest of Harper’s Crossing’s Quad Squad, she knew she could always rely on her best friend, Brian. Ever since their first encounter on the slide in pre-K, they’d had each other’s backs and were inseparable, through good times and bad.

Sexy and charming Brian Scott kept nothing from his best friend, Becca. He knew that she would always be there for him, and she knew that she could always count on him. They had a once-in-a-lifetime friendship that was a constant in both of their lives.

When both Becca and Brian are cast in a dating reality show to find love elsewhere, it becomes clear to them that they may have already found it. With cameras rolling, they’ll have to decide if they should protect their friendship and live un-happily ever after with someone elseâ??or trust in their amazing bond and live happily ever after with each other in a Fairytale Love.



Dead Fish Jumping On The Road

by W.L. Liberman

Joe Simpson is a cynical reporter haunted by his childhood scars. Now, it’s the 1960s, and Joe has fled the big city only to end up in the small resort town of Applewood.

Writing for the Applewood Gazette, Joe’s life is uneventful until strange events begin to unfold. A young girl drowns off a motorboat, and a local farmer plants a hoe in his wife’s back. The assistant manageress of the bank vanishes without a trace.

Why is the whole town going crazy?

Things heat up even more when the town’s first hippie opens up a record shop and invites his menacing friends to take up residence. Meanwhile, big money is moving in to develop the town’s shoreline into a glitzy resort.

Applewood is about to erupt, and it is Joe’s job to get to the bottom of it.

“An outstanding literary fiction thriller that kept me enthralled and involved from beginning to end.” – Jack Magnus, Readers’ Favorite



LADY LAW (The Nations Book 6)

by Ken Farmer

There was one female Deputy US Marshal in the Indian Territory. Her name was Fiona Mae Miller. The Fort Smith Elevator, in its November 6, 1891, issue described Mrs. Millerâ?¦as a dashing brunette of charming mannersâ?¦an expert shot and a superb horsewoman, and brave to the verge of recklessness.
Some even went so far as to call her a female Bass Reevesâ?¦others just called herâ?¦LADY LAW. She doesn’t backwater for any man.
Marshal Miller is on a mission to bring a Cherokee renegade, Cal Mankiller, to justice. She follows his trail of blood to the rugged and mysterious Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma Territory.
Will she finally see justice served? Will she welcome Mankiller to his first day in hell? Find out in LADY LAW.



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