Free literary fiction Kindle books for 12 Dec 18

Secret Lovers (Soul Brothers Book 2)

by D.M. Mortier

She Never Imagined She’d Be The “Other Woman,” But She’d Do Anything To Experience Love In His Arms

Catalina Ramírez never thought that she would ever be referred to as the “other woman”. But men like Maximilian Riddick would inspire a woman to break all moral boundaries in order to have him. Wanting desperately to love and be loved by him, she concealed details of her personal life that could have shattered their relationship even before it began. Despite his insistence that he wanted her as more than just his clandestine lover, she preferred existing in the shadows of his life.

Ë?Ë?Ë? He Would Break Every Rule To Claim Her

Max had a wife he had promised to protect always, and a lover he was determined to keep in his bed. Given his paper marriage and his lover’s determination to conduct their liaison in secret, there was nothing stopping him from fulfilling his obligations to his wife while claiming the woman of his every desire.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Secrets Have A Way Of Being Revealed

Their relationship was sexually explosive, but Max wanted more from her. He started asking questions and demanding answers. Why was a woman like Catalina willing to settle for so little? What was she hiding? Who was she hiding from? Maybe he’d been a bit hasty in thinking he could have it all.

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Wicked Little Secrets (Wicked Little Secrets Series Book 1)

by Susanna Ives

“With Wicked Little Secrets‘ intriguing plot, quirky characters, witty escapades and heartfelt dialogue, Ives has created a read that’s as thought-provoking as it is romantic.”â??RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars

Vivienne Taylor strives to be the embodiment of her wealthy fiancé’s rigid ideal of a virtuous lady. But being good isn’t easy when a blackmailer threatens to destroy her reputationâ??and the only person who can help is the deliciously wicked Lord Dashiell.

Vivacious Vivienne has finally won her family’s approval by getting engaged to the wealthy and upright John Vandergrift. But when threatened by a vicious blackmail scheme, it is to her childhood friend that Vivienne turns; the deliciously wicked Viscount Dashiell.

Lord Dashiell promised himself long ago that his friendship with Vivienne would be the one relationship with a woman that he wouldn’t ruin. He agrees to help her just to keep the little hothead safe, but soon finds that Vivienne has grown up to be very, very dangerous to all of Dash’s best intentions.

Wicked Little Secrets Series:
Wicked Little Secrets (Book 1)
Wicked, My Love (Book 2)
How to Impress a Marquess (Book 3)

Praise for Rakes and Radishes:

“Once in a while, I read a book that’s so emotive that I find myself thinking about it long after I have put it down and Rakes and Radishes, with its theme of love and forgiveness, is such a book.”â??The Romance Reviews, Best Book of 2010 Nominee

“I thoroughly enjoyed this story.”â??Night Owl Reviews, 4 ½ stars, Review Top Pick!

The House on the Borderland

by William Hope Hodgson

Many are the hours in which I have pondered upon the story that is set forth in the following pages. I trust that my instincts are not awry when they prompt me to leave the account, in simplicity, as it was handed to me.
And the MS. itselfâ??You must picture me, when first it was given into my care, turning it over, curiously, and making a swift, jerky examination. A small book it is; but thick, and all, save the last few pages, filled with a quaint but legible handwriting, and writ very close. I have the queer, faint, pit-water smell of it in my nostrils now as I write, and my fingers have subconscious memories of the soft, “cloggy” feel of the long-damp pages.
I read, and, in reading, lifted the Curtains of the Impossible that blind the mind, and looked out into the unknown. Amid stiff, abrupt sentences I wandered; and, presently, I had no fault to charge against their abrupt tellings; for, better far than my own ambitious phrasing, is this mutilated story capable of bringing home all that the old Recluse, of the vanished house, had striven to tell.
Of the simple, stiffly given account of weird and extraordinary matters, I will say little. It lies before you. The inner story must be uncovered, personally, by each reader, according to ability and desire. And even should any fail to see, as now I see, the shadowed picture and conception of that to which one may well give the accepted titles of Heaven and Hell; yet can I promise certain thrills, merely taking the story as a story.
WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON December 17, 1907

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