Free literary fiction Kindle books for 12 Oct 18

Beautiful Delusions (Pride and Honor Book 1)

by Ember-Raine Winters


One night was all it took. One accident and I could no longer outrun my past. The terror I’d escaped was hot on my trail and the only person I could turn to was the man who’d hurt me the most.


One moment was all it took. One wrong word and she was gone from my life. Fifteen years later, I had a chance to make things right. I could even make Kaylee mine…

If the monster didn’t destroy her first.

Nethanyel’s Lady Lune

by C. Desert Rose

Even the moon has secrets â?¦

Traversing the globeâ??from Louisiana, USA to New Zealandâ??on an enterprise to discover the hidden secrets of the moon, Nethanyel finds that everything may not be as it seems. Accompanied by a consequential companion named Jax, Nethanyel is taken to a place â?¦ even a time â?¦ that he would have never expected.
Set in the year 1940, is Nethanyel’s Lady Lune exploration, fate or both?

The Mayfield Mad Hatter

by Christopher Sturgess

Sandy and Elmore are missing and presumed dead. The lone suspect is held captive at Woodland Meadows, an asylum to most, but a mere hospital to the one man who can help solve Mayfield’s latest mystery. The madman’s journal entries are the best chance authorities have, but that’s only if they can be deciphered. As an alter ego emerges the staff at Woodland Meadows faces a threat unlike any they’ve seen. Will Elmore and Sandy be found? Will Cameron and his trusty sidekick escape? The Mayfield Mad Hatter is a thrill-ride you won’t soon forget!

Bad Blood in the Forest: The End of an Era


This is a story of a poor forestry community in England just after the war, as told semi-autobiographically by the author.
One might suppose that in the peace of the forest the workers would live a life of contentment. But their isolation and the never-changing band of men breeds mutual contempt in the end. This is heightened by one of the labourers, Gideon, joining the union and spreading his socialist ideas among the others, anathema to those who see nothing wrong with the old ways.
The forest bosses want the socialist out and need an excuse they can get past the union. It helps that Gideon is a drunk and a wife-beater and the story reaches a climax at the annual lunch for the workers given by the lord of the manor. A man dies, which seals Gideon’s fate.
It is a graphic tale of the sharp class divisions that existed in Britain at that time, especially as they affected men like Gideon, but the author also finds time to describe his own infatuation with a lady of the forest .


by Claudia Burgoa

Given a choice, I’d date a woman who doesn’t know who I am. Like the green-eyed woman I meet on sidewalk, tears streaming down her cheeks. The one who triggers what my overprotective older brothers call my “Everhart Complex”â??the uncontrollable urge to erase someone else’s pain.

This little character flaw could shred me if I let it. That’s why I don’t do family law. But it’s who I am. Who I became after my parents died.

Nothing says “successful adult” like living with my grandfather and having my little sister as my boss. But with my acting career stalled and my checking account in single digits, playing receptionist at Beesley Enterprises is a bearable humiliation.

Until he walks into the office. The man I met on the sidewalk on the worst night of my career. Mr. I’m-Going-To-Fix-Your-Lifeâ??as if I’d let him. Because just for a moment, I felt safe. I felt something besides numbness. And dammit, if I let my ice queen façade crack, I’ll be worse than back to square one. I could fall off the edge entirelyâ?¦

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