Hey everyone! Happy Friday the 13th!!! We are scouring Amazon to find you great deals on books! Every Friday we will list a few books 99 cents* that are not Kindle Unlimited Books! Click on the covers to see them in Amazon. If the book are from one of our featured Authors, their names will link you to their author pages. If the book the book was reviewed, it will also have a link with the review link.
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Here are this week’s Friday Fine Deals Books for 99 cents*:
*prices reflect US Amazon prices when the post was created (usually the day before)
Best of 2017 by Alexa Riley, A. Zavarelli, Celia Aaron, Jade West, Jenika Snow, Alta Hensley, Isabella Starling, Ava Harrison, & K. Webster
The following novels (along with bonus scenes for each) are included:
Zavarelli – Beast
Celia Aaron – Blackwood
Jade West – Buy Me, Sir
Jenika Snow – Affliction
Alta Hensley – Delicate Scars
Isabella Starling – His Muse
Ava Harrison – Trans-fer-ence
K. Webster – Notice
BEDROOM HYMNS by Morgan Reeves
They took me, broke me, remade me in their image. I am branded by their twisted ambitions; martyred by their greed. They ground me down until I was everything they wanted and more, and at the end I thanked them for it. Jackson. Dominic. Cole. They forced me to love them, and then they cast me aside like yesterday’s trash. But they taught me to be the best. So that’s exactly what they’ll get.
Because in the end… Revenge is sweeter than love. And they’ll never see me coming.
Nothing Special by A. E. Via
Detective Cashel ‘Cash’ Godfrey is big, tattooed and angry so people typically keep their distance. He’s fresh out of the police academy, however, no one is looking to partner with the six foot four beast with a huge chip on his shoulder and an inability to trust. When Cash scans the orientation room he wasn’t expecting to find sexy hazel eyes locked onto him. Eyes of the handsome Detective Leonidis ‘Leo’ Day.
Leo is charming, witty, hilariously sarcastic and the only one that can make Cash smile. He’s proud, out and one bad-ass detective. Together Cash and Leo become the most revered and successful narcotics detectives Atlanta’s ever seen. Able to communicate and understand each other, without even having to voice it, they quickly climb up the promotional ranks. When Cash saves Leo’s life in a raid that turns deadly, Leo begins to see something in the big man that no one else does…something special. But Leo fears he’ll never break through the impenetrable wall that protects Cash’s heart.
Nothing Special takes the reader through various emotions throughout the richly fulfilling plot that’s full of erotic gay romance, heartache, passion, trials and tribulations, police action scenes, and an intriguing twist that comes to an amazing ending that’s impossible to see coming.
After We Break by Katy Ragnery
~FIRST love | SECOND chances~
She was the girl. The only girl. The only girl I ever wanted. The only girl I ever loved. The only girl I could ever love. And I killed it. I destroyed it. I threw her love away. For nine years, I’ve kept the memory of her locked in the deepest corner of my heart…all the while hating myself for what I did to her. To us.
Now, without warning, she’s walked back into my life. I’m covered in tats. She’s covered in Polo. I write heavy metal songs. She writes chick-lit. My eyes are angry. Her eyes are sad. I still long for her with every fiber of my being. But I have no idea if she feels the same.
I guess it’s time to find out. ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ After We Break is a standalone novel previously published as Playing for Love at Deep Haven.
The Exchange by Charmaine Pauls
“We always want what we don’t have.”
A group of women from various cultural, social and racial backgrounds meet for a monthly book discussion club in South Africa. When the group learns that a bookstore owner has flirted with one of the married women, differing sentiments on relationships, sex and marriage surface. The catalysts and implications of a seemingly innocent flirt are felt, from betrayals of friendships to the exposure of raw truths. Charmaine Paul’s debut for Severest Inks, The Exchange, offers an unglossed insight into the fragile dynamics of contemporary relationships from a wholly female perspective.