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Help Wanted: Sexy, Sophisticated Spy — Read a free sample of J.C. Phelps’ Color Me Grey, our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, right in your browser!

Meet Alexis Stanton, a petite woman with a yen for adventure. She has just taken a job that is literally to die for….

Here’s the set-up for J.C. Phelps Color Me Grey (Book One of the Alexis Stanton Chronicles)NOW JUST 99 CENTS IN THE KINDLE STORE!

Alexis Stanton grew up as a tomboy wishing she could have all the adventures boys could have. She has since decided that being a boy instead of a girl has its advantages, but being a woman is much, much better.

Raised in a family with money, she was able to pick and choose her education. She had been schooled in everything from being a lady to courses with Special Forces instructors. Her desire for adventure and her boredom with her current employment and a strange ‘HELP WANTED’ ad causes her to quit. She finds that job she could “just die for”… and it looks like she just might!

From a review:

J.C. Phelps keeps the action and suspense high and manages to hint at romance just enough to make the characters exceptionally intriguing. I loved Alexis Stanton as the heroine – she’s tough but also smart and sensitive; larger than life but still easy to relate to.

The book was well written with a perfect pace, and as all my favorite series entries do, it tells a succinct story while still keeping readers eager for its sequels. There’s nothing Grey about whether or not Phelps knows how to write – clear as black and white, she is a wonderful storyteller and an awesome author to check out! Reviewer L. Guerrero.

About the Author:

J.C. Phelps has been writing since she can remember. But The Alexis Stanton Chronicles have been the most enjoyable works she’s written. Color Me Grey, the first book in the series, introduces the characters she has come to love. Grey Shades of Grey and Reflections of Grey continue with the same characters and were equally as fun to write.

Readers are invited to think up the title for the fourth book in the Alexis Stanton series at the author’s blog.

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“A sexy and violent tale of survival, bloodlust and two people grasping for the edge of immortality” — Just 99 cents for Kindle Nation’s eBook o’ Day, Donna Burgess’ Darklands: A Vampire’s Tale

“A sexy and violent tale of survival, bloodlust and two people grasping for the edge of immortality while trying to hang on the last shreds of their humanity” … Just 99 cents on Kindle!
Here’s the set-up for Donna Burgess’ Darklands: A Vampire’s Tale:

Halloween night, twenty years ago, college student Susan Archer watched as her beloved twin brother was brutally murdered at the hands of a stranger she invited into their home. Still haunted by the guilt of that night, Susan is now a tough but bitter cop in a nowhere town, trying as best she can to lead a normal life. When she is nearly killed during a wild shoot-out, she realizes she is not as strong as she first thought.

Fearing a breakdown, she flees the confines of her safe boyfriend and familiar surroundings to find salvation in the arms of “Deathwalker” Devin McCree—the very man who killed her brother.

But things aren’t always what they seem and she quickly realizes Devin was not the monster she originally thought, but a kind of guardian angel instead.

On the run from a crazed Nazi vampire-hunter named Kasper, she and Devin must find a way to endure the dreary urban landscape of a dying metropolis and escape Kasper’s wrath.

“Darklands: A Vampire’s Tale” is the first volume in the Darklands Vampire series.

About the Author:

Donna Burgess was born at the end of the 1960’s and has been writing since she was able to hold a pencil. She has been published in numerous genre anthologies, magazines and websites as author, poet, artist or editor. She enjoys surfing, painting and has a deep affection for all things Monty Python and low-budget horror flicks. Over the past fifteen years, her fiction and poetry has appeared in genre publications such as Weird Tales, Dark Wisdom, Sybil’s Garage and others. She lives on the South Carolina coast with her two children and husband, Dan.

While you are checking Donna out, don’t miss her collection Breaths in Winter, also just 99 cents on Kindle!

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Madness and Murder in San Francisco in Jenny Hilborne’s Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, and here’s a free sample on us!

There is a murderous fiend wandering among the familiar San Francisco landmarks in Madness and Murder, and debut mystery novelist Jenny Hilborne is not shy about telling you what he has done to others … or what he intends to do.

Here’s the set-up:

Frustrated by the rising body count and lack of evidence, veteran homicide detective, Mac Jackson, questions his own ethics when he risks the life of an innocent young woman to trap a cunning and sadistic serial killer.

Known for his uncanny precision with a hunch, he is all too aware that, this time, the stakes are much higher if his gamble fails to pay off.

Jessica Croft, withdrawn, vulnerable, and emotionally scarred, moves from Sacramento to begin a new life in San Francisco with her twin brother, Judd.

Ninety miles from the sinister, shameful secrets of her past, and the madness that tore their family apart, she hopes to find tranquility, maybe even love.

However, her chance for happiness is short-lived when she suddenly finds herself the target of a relentless madman with a deadly agenda. Loath to continue living a life of fear, Jessica tells no one when she takes a bold risk to draw him out; dangerously unaware of the trap he has already set for her.

Now nothing may be able to save her except the accuracy of a hunch.

About the Author:

The second of four daughters, Jenny Hilborne was born and raised in Wiltshire, South West England, and relocated to Southern California in 1997.

Jenny is a member of Wolfwriters, a group of professional writers who meet bi-monthly in Northern San Diego. She is also a member of Sisters in Crime. Madness and Murder is her first novel.

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What horrors lie between sleep and waking? Dare to find out in our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Danielle Q. Lee’s NIGHTMARA!

A crucifix and a Star of David hang on the wall near shelves holding the King James Bible, the Kabala, the Quaran. In the bachelor pad in Calgary, the young man prays feverishly to any diety who will hear him….and protect him.

And so begins this thriller from the keyboard of a paranormal investigator, just $1.25 in the Kindle Store.

Here’s the set-up for Danielle Q. Lee’s Nightmara:

“Whatever you do, don’t think about them before you fall asleep.”

After Grayson Castle is kissed by a beautiful and mysterious woman at a night club, he soon discovers the true meaning of fear.

Plagued nightly by what he believes to be a terrifying curse, he seeks professional help from Dr. Zoe Alexander.

Convinced it’s nothing more than sleep paralysis, she disregards his experiences as merely a hallucination—until they come after her.

Based on a true phenomena, Nightmara explores what horrors may lie between sleep and wakefulness.

About the Author: A paranormal investigator, Danielle Q. Lee has an avid and instinctive curiosity for the strange and unknown. She and a group of ghost enthusiasts investigate homes and locations for suspected paranormal activities and try to obtain proof of the afterlife.

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Some things are meant to be remembered―at all costs: Free sample of our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Whale Song by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Some things are meant to be remembered―at all cost. Here’s the set-up for Cheryl Tardif’s popular 99-cent page-turner Whale Song:

Editor’s note: The author offers 6 of her ebooks for 99 cents through this Monday, January 10. Click here to see them.

Thirteen years ago, Sarah Richardson’s life was shattered after the tragic death of her mother. The shocking event left a grief-stricken teen-aged Sarah with partial amnesia.

Some things are easier to forget.

Thirteen years later, a familiar voice from her childhood sends Sarah, a talented mid-twenties ad exec, back to her past. A past that she had thought was long buried.

Some things are meant to be buried.

Torn by nightmares and visions of a yellow-eyed wolf and aided by creatures of the Earth and killer whales that call to her in the night, Sarah must face her fears and recover her memories―even if it destroys her.

Some things are meant to be remembered―at all cost.

From the Back Cover:

Whale Song is a haunting tale of change and choice. Cheryl Kaye Tardif’s beloved novel — a “wonderful novel that will make a wonderful movie” according to Writer’s Digest — releases as a special edition with all new scenes from the much-talked-about screenplay.

Don’t miss Whale Song, described as “a wise, enchanting story” by the Edmonton Examiner. Whale Song is a novel of dual personalities. It is both mystery novel and family drama. It is enchanting adventure and uplifting but tragic moral tale.

Whale Song integrates the optimistic spiritualism of native myth and the hard realities of modern-day life.

The only witness to a tragedy loses her memory and she must search her past for the answers. Whale Song asks the difficult question, which is the higher morality — love or law?

“Whale Song is deep and true, a compelling story of love and family and the mysteries of the human heart. Cheryl Kaye Tardif has written a beautiful, haunting novel.” — NY Times Bestselling novelist Luanne Rice, author of Beach Girls.

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What Happens When Cheerleader Nicole Paxton Notices Test Davis, the Boy Who Nobody Ever Noticed? Here’s a free sample of our eBook of the Day, Failing Test by J.M. Pierce

By Tom Dulaney
Contributing Reporter

You know him, but you can’t remember his name. He is the one that is always there, in the background, all but invisible to those roaming the hallways.

What if he had a secret? What if it was a secret that even he didn’t know?

Here’s the set-up for Failing Test (The Shadow Series):

Test Davis has always been a blur to those around him. He’s a shadow like a million other kids–not smart enough for the academic team, not beast enough for the football team, not extroverted enough for the drama crowd. In all things Test is just…not, which is why no one ever notices him.

But what happens when someone does notice him– Nicole Paxton, a cheerleader, no less? What happens on the night that Test finds out there’s nothing average about him and that a powerful gift has been hidden within, secretly waiting to be set free and alter his life forever? The question is, will that power save him and those he loves or tear them apart?

Kindle Nation publisher Stephen Windwalker takes Dad Duty seriously enough to read what his kids read. Of Failing Test he wrote:

“I figured that part of my job as a Dad was to kind of be inside their heads enough to know what the challenges and dangers were. Then I branched out a bit and started reading the fiction that they were reading. Not so much the things they had to read for school, but the things they read on their own.

“One of the things that I discovered in the process, and it is something that I still believe, is that some of the best writing for adults is fiction that may actually be intended for teens. Some of the walls come down, the imagination is set free, and a sense of wonder is unleashed.

“You don’t have to be a teenager to read, enjoy, and even recommend a book like J.M. Pierce’s Failing Test. Don’t read it because it only costs 99 cents or because 17 of its 20 reviewers gave it 5 stars. Read it because there are teenagers in your life and it may be a gateway not only to getting them reading but also to your ability to connect with them and learn something about their worlds. Just a thought. –S.W.”

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Time for a new trilogy? Read a free sample of our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Portal, by Imogen Rose, without leaving your browser!

Finished with Lisbeth and Katniss and ready to move on? Meet Arizona in this free sample and you’ll soon have The Portal Chronicles in your queue!

Here’s the set-up for Imogen Rose’s Portal:

“Come Find Me Two Years Ago…”

Six words that propelled ice hockey-playing tomboy Arizona into an alternate dimension.

She suddenly found herself in the past. In one moment she went from being an ice hockey playing teenager in New Jersey to a glamorous cheerleader in California. She found herself transported from a happy life with her dad, Dillard, to a new, strange one living with her mother whom she hates. Apparently it’s a life she’s always lived in.

Everyone knows her as Arizona Darley, but she isn’t. She is Arizona Stevens.

As she struggles to find answers she is certain of one thing- that her mother Olivia, a brilliant physicist, is somehow responsible. .

PORTAL is the story of the repercussions of Olivia Darley’s attempt at creating a perfect world for herself and her children. Arizona’s quest for answers threatens to undermine the seemingly perfect world that her mother has so carefully constructed.

PORTAL is the first book of the Portal Chronicles. Fans of time travel, romance, and the supernatural will enjoy Arizona’s quest for answers right through EQUILIBRIUM (Portal Chronicles Book Two) and QUANTUM (Portal Chronicles Book Three).

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