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KND Kindle Free Book Alert for Tuesday, November 22: Ripley’s RBI 01, a new series for kids tops TWO (2) BRAND NEW FREEBIES in the last 24 hours added to Our 1,200 FREE TITLES Sorted by Category, Date Added, Bestselling or Review Rating! plus … Leslie DuBois’ 5-star coming-of-age romance LA CIENEGA JUST SMILED (Today’s Sponsor – Just 99 Cents!)

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Have you ever been so happy you feel a tingle in the pit of your stomach? That feeling is the fabled smile of La Cienega.

La Cienega Just Smiled

by Leslie DuBois
5.0 stars - 1 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Years after leaving Puerto Rico, the words of La Cienega still resonate in Reyna Lewis’ mind. "It's not what you see that makes you truly happy,” the old blind woman said. “What you see may not always be there. How you feel never has to go away. There's nothing better than that tingly happiness that courses through your body and lands in your face causing your cheeks to rise." Whenever she feels that tingle, she believes it’s La Cienega smiling at her. The first time Scott Kincaid felt La Cienega’s smile was in the sixth grade when he kissed his half black, half Puerto Rican best friend Reyna. Now, as the star quarterback of Charleston Preparatory school in South Carolina, Scott is poised for a spectacular professional career in sports. Between leading Charleston Prep to victory week after week, and pleasing his tyrannical and racist mother, Scott never had time to develop that romantic spark with Reyna. But when his once healthy body is attacked by a debilitating disease, he reevaluates what’s important in life. Just when he finally realizes he’s in love with Reyna, Barack Obama wins the presidential election and throws their small private school into racial turmoil. Now it is up to them to unite a city.
One Reviewer Notes:
I loved this book. I read it in 1 day. I love a book that makes you feel like you are right there. This is the fourth book I've read by Leslie DuBois and I haven't been let down yet. This book was touching, heartfelt and warming. I don't want to spoil it for anyone else. I read a lot of books and I can say this is a book if someone asks me 2 years from know what's it about and how was it I could tell them like it I read it yesterday.
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About the Author
Leslie DuBois lives in Charleston, SC with her husband and two children. She also writes under the name Sybil Nelson.
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KND Kindle Free Book Alert for Tuesday, November 22: Ripley’s RBI 01, a new series for kids tops TWO (2) BRAND NEW FREEBIES in the last 24 hours added to Our 1,200 FREE TITLES Sorted by Category, Date Added, Bestselling or Review Rating! plus … Leslie DuBois’ 5-star coming-of-age romance LA CIENEGA JUST SMILED (Today’s Sponsor – Just 99 Cents!)

Kindle eBook of the Day The Queen Bee Of Bridgeton by Leslie DuBois is Just 99 Cents on Kindle! Here’s a Free Sample So You Can See What’s Behind the Rave Reviews!

When 15-year-old Sonya Garrison is accepted into prestigious Bridgeton Academy, she discovers that rich girls are just as dangerous as the thugs back home in Venton Heights. Can she defeat the reigning high school royalty? Or will they succeed in ruining her lifelong dream of becoming a world class dancer? Leslie DuBois’ The Queen Bee of Bridgeton – 4.5 Stars and Just 99 Cents on Kindle!

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When fifteen-year-old Sonya Garrison is accepted into the prestigious Bridgeton Academy, she soon discovers that rich girls are just as dangerous as the thugs in her home of Venton Heights. Maybe more so. 

After catching the eye of the star, white basketball player and unwittingly becoming the most popular girl in school, she earns the hatred of the three most ruthless and vindictive girls at Bridgeton. 

Can she defeat the reigning high school royalty? Or will they succeed in ruining her lifelong dream of becoming a world class dancer?

From the reviewers:
The Queen Bee of Bridgeton (Dancing Queen #1) by Leslie DuBois was a feel good YA novel. Fifteen year old Sonya Garrison attends the private school Bridgeton Academy and longs to be a famous dancer. She is bullied continuously by girls at her school. Through the novel, she becomes involved with a basketball player and becomes instantly popular. With the ways things are nowadays in schools with bullying, this novel hit it on the head. Loved it. 
I like it that it’s told from a black girl’s perspective. Most of the novels I read are told from a white character’s perspective, and as much as I enjoy those novels, it’s nice to read something that’s not about someone who is the same ethnicity as myself.

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Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Sunday, May 1: NINE (9) BRAND NEW FREEBIES to Ring in the Month of May! plus … What would you do if you had one chance to kill the man who raped your twelve-year-old sister? No Judge. No Jury. No Witnesses. Leslie DuBois’s Guardian of Eden – Just 99 Cents! (Today’s Sponsor)

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Can 17-year-old child prodigy Garrett Anthony take the life of someone else and continue to live with himself? After all, this is not just anyone’s life, but that of the man who violated his sister. Find out for just $.99

“I highly recommend this book. I read it for the first time over a year ago, and the story still haunts me.”
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Guardian of Eden
by Leslie DuBois   
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Inspiring story of a teenage boy devoted to protecting his little sister”



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What would you do if you had one chance to kill the man who raped your twelve-year-old sister?

No Judge. No Jury. No witnesses.

Seventeen-year-old child prodigy Garrett Anthony has to answer that question. As he holds a gun to the head of his sister’s rapist, he flashes back to his traumatic past: five-years-old in a foster home, seven-years-old stealing food to survive, and sixteen-years-old visiting his black father in prison for the first time.
After years of fighting to secure a stable life for him and his half-sister, he finally has a scholarship to a prestigious Washington DC private school and the love of a Virginia senator’s daughter. But this new found and tenuous happiness begins to unravel once he reveals the family secret which is the catalyst to the painful decision he must make. Can he take the life of someone else and continue to live with himself?


What the 5-Star Review Says
The Guardian of Eden by Leslie DuBois is a touching novel about Garrett, a teenage genius, who from an early age takes on the responsiblity of caring for his younger sister Eden, since they share an unstable mother with addiction issues.

“Just when it looks like Garrett’s life is going better than it ever has before, with a new girlfriend by his side, he learns the unthinkable, that his little sister has been abused, a miscarriage telling the tale of misplaced trust and perversion. Garrett leaves the hospital to go after the man responsible, but will he ruin his own life in the process?

“I highly recommend this book. I read it for the first time over a year ago, and the story still haunts me.”
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AIN’T NO SUNSHINE by Leslie DuBois – 4.7 stars and now just 99 cents on Kindle! – Our eBook of the Day, and Here’s a Free Sample


WHITES ONLY — Words that adorned every building in Livingston, Virginia during the summer of 1963. Words that told Stephen that what he felt for his colored neighbor Ruthie was wrong. In time, Ruthie becomes the only ray of sunshine in his life and he is not willing to let her go without a fight … a fight that could lead to murder. 


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Summertime in Virginia, in the turbulent Sixties.  Race relations grow more strained.  Stephen’s father is murdered, and the boy is pulled over by police 700 miles away from the scene of the crime. A broken taillight causes the pullover.  The fact that Stephen’s girl friend is in the car complicates things.  The fact that Stephen is white and she is black really complicates them.


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Those words adorned every building in Livingston, Virginia during the summer of 1963, confusing and angering a five-year-old Stephen Phillips. 

Those words told Stephen that what he felt for his colored neighbor Ruthie was wrong.

 As he grows older, Ruthie becomes the only ray of sunshine in his abusive life and he is not willing to let her go without a fight, a fight that could lead to murder.




From the reviewers:

The title of this story comes from the Bill Withers song: 

Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone. 
It’s not warm when she’s away. 
Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone 
And she’s always gone too long anytime she goes away. 

I didn’t think I would like this story because I knew it would be full of misery and pain. Well, it was, but the ending was surprisingly beautiful! I loved it!

This is a story of racism, love, and secrets from the past all colliding in one couple’s lives. 

This story contains a lot of pain but leaves you with hope at the end. Not necessarily justice, but definitely with hope. 

The author holds no punches in her writing. She writes about ugly subjects most people would prefer to hide, including the characters in this story. The father is abusive, the son is in love with the mulatto neighbor girl, and the passion and anger in the book grow until it explodes. 

Editor’s note:  And the next review, not written in the King’s English but with a heartfelt eloquence that cannot–and should not–be ignored:

love this so deep what i learn in this book love has no color when you love someone you should them. great read fast to i will buy book again fromm this author



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Summertime in Virginia, in the turbulent Sixties. She’s Black, He’s White And a Murder Suspect. Leslie DuBois’ Ain’t No Sunshine is our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, and Here’s a Free Sample

Summertime in Virginia, in the turbulent Sixties, and life is getting complicated.  Race relations grow more strained.  Stephen’s father is murdered, and the boy is pulled over by police 700 miles away from the scene of the crime. A broken taillight causes the pullover.  The fact that Stephen’s girl friend is in the car complicates things.  The fact that Stephen is white and she is black really complicates them.

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Those words adorned every building in Livingston, Virginia during the summer of 1963 confusing and angering five-year-old Stephen Phillips. Those words told him that what he felt for his colored neighbor Ruthie was wrong. As a teenager, Ruthie becomes the only ray of sunshine in his abusive life and he is not willing to let her go without a fight, a fight that could lead to murder.
Here is what readers are saying:
“This book was intense, a well develop story of forbidden love and abuse, with a surprising conclusion. Looking forward to reading other books from this author.”
“Great book that keeps you guessing till the end. The characters were well developed, the plot was suspenseful, had to read it in one day it was so good. Look forward to more work from this author.”
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