It’s Friday again, and St. Patrick’s Day. I have some great free ebooks for you this week in all genres so you’re bound to find something to catch your attention. There are 6 free ebooks and 5 books that can be read for free on Kindle Unlimited. I have included the book covers and descriptions below so be sure to check them out. Also don’t forget that all my books are also available to read for free on Kindle Unlimited so check out my books page for links and more information.
Free on Kindle
Moon Mask by Baron Frosti (Flash Fiction/Short Stories Collection)
This collection of flash fiction is composed of selected, unrelated works created at writing workshops. Topics range from nudist neighbors to vampire encounters on the London subway. There’s even a dash of scifi! I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did writing them. For updates and exclusive content, join my mailing list at baronfrosti.com. Follow @baronfrosti on Twitter. (c) Baron Frosti
The Memory of Water by JT Lawrence (Mystery/Dark Comedy)
Slade doesn’t think twice about jumping out of a plane or conducting disastrous love affairs to gather material for his work, but his self-indulgent life is catching up with him. Stumbling through his late thirties hopeless and a little drunk, Slade has a dazzling, dangerous idea which will change his life forever. It’s going to be Slade’s ultimate story … and all he’s hoping for is to survive it.
Bittersweet Farm 1: Mounted by Barbara Morgenroth (Equestrian Fiction)
Last junior year. As the chance to qualify for the equitation finals seems increasingly more elusive at Bittersweet Farm, will the new trainer be the catalyst for success?
Lockie Malone finds that each sister is difficult in her own way and hurting for her own reasons. Talia can’t place over her sister and has been forcing herself to try. Greer is desperate for approval she can’t get.
With problems of his own, Lockie is committed to the job he was hired to do, but quickly realizes that teaching the young women how to ride isn’t nearly as important as teaching them how to live.
Mercy & Mayhem by Ava Mallory (Cozy Mystery)
A job halfway across the country promises to satisfy one of those needs, but when her patient’s spouse dies within minutes of meeting her, she discovers that she’s going to need a lot more than car repairs in her future.
What was touted as the friendliest town in America soon turns on her. She’ll have to connect the dots to find the true murderer, but that will be no easy feat. With memory impaired witnesses, meddling medical staff, and a cast of characters dead set on keeping their community free of strangers, she’ll need a little help and a lot of luck to get out of this jam.
Find out what happens when mayhem becomes synonymous with Mercy in this humorous, slightly irreverent Cozy Mystery novel!
This is the 2nd edition of Mercy & Mayhem. Same great story. Same hilarious characters without the fluff!
Caching In by Tracy Krimmer (Chick Lit)
Can a compass lead you to love?
Broken-hearted Ally Couper has had enough with her ridiculous life. Her job at the bank is going nowhere, and her love life might as well be non-existent.
Determined to try something new, Ally becomes absorbed in the world of geocaching. The high-tech driven scavenger hunt introduces her to Seth, and she realizes the game isn’t the only thrilling part.
Ally’s bad luck may finally be changing, until the past threatens to halt her future with Seth. Can they find happiness together, or is love the one cache Ally can’t find?
Styling Wellywood by Kate O’Keeffe (Romantic Comedy)
And she’s got a lot to deal with. There’s her overbearing mother, her new fashion career, not to mention the sudden disappearance of her best friend. Thank goodness for Ben, her reliable, cute friend who always has a broad shoulder to cry on—at least when his gorgeous girlfriend isn’t around.
Then sexy tennis pro, Scott bursts into her life, serving up a hot and steamy love match. But off the court Scott is running a different racket—one that might just open Jessica’s eyes and heart.
With everything she ever wanted and feared in front of her, will Jessica finally find her way home?
A fun, “well written masterpiece” (Readers’ Favorite), chick lit romp for fans of Sophie Kinsella and Marian Keyes.
“Part ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ and part ‘Eat, Pray, Love’” (Chick Lit Central), escape to beautiful New Zealand in this sexy, feel-good romantic comedy.
Free on Kindle Unlimited
Fire On The Highway by Kirsten Delaney (Romantic Suspense)
For 17 years, hot-blooded arson detective, Lexi Murphy, has been driven to find justice for her firefighter dad’s murder. That drive led her to become the youngest valedictorian in the history of the prestigious California Arson Investigators Academy.
Now she’s been handed the opportunity of a lifetime when her boss assigns her to investigate the murder of a firefighter from Firehouse 19 in Tecolote Hills – the same firehouse where her father had been stationed. The two murders are eerily similar and it’s up to Lexi to close both of them.
Followed by a mysterious stalker on the return drive to her hometown, Lexi is overwhelmed by powerful flashbacks from her childhood. Lost in these memories and with her foot jammed down on the gas pedal of her red BMW, she attracts the attention of a handsome California Highway Patrol officer.
Sparks fly between the cop and the arson detective, but will Lexi’s need to solve her dad’s murder douse the flames of passion they are both feeling?
Find out which flames are sparked into a full-fledged blaze – pick up your copy of Fire on the Highway today!
The Sexy Whodunit Series – The Box Set by Jessica Kelly (Romantic Suspense/Mystery)
Billionaire brothers Jon and Dylan Montgomery are determined to make the famed Phaeacian Grande Hotel bigger and better than it’s ever been. But for Dylan, spending time on the beautiful Greek island of Corfu isn’t all about work. When he meets Angie Peyton, he’s determined to make her his.
Everything is working out perfectly — until Dylan’s luxury hotel ends up in the crosshairs of a killing spree.
Covering a murder is one thing, but when Angie’s colleague is gunned down in pursuit of a mysterious informant, this story turns personal. With Dylan at her side, the two lovers are about to go on the adventure of a lifetime.
From the shores of Corfu, to the rolling hills of Albania, the two lovers embark on a dangerous journey where evil lurks and where only the chilling secrets of the past can bring justice. In the midst of incredible odds, will they find the killer?
You’ll NEVER guess how this whodunit ends! Get your copy of The Sexy Whodunit Series – The Box Set, and prepare to be stunned!
Included in this steamy box set are all three books in The Sexy Whodunit Series — Promises, Love Never Dies, and Dare Not.
The Sexy Whodunit Series – The Box Set is one of several box sets that revolve around Jessica Kelly’s hot family of billionaires, the Montgomerys. If you’re looking for even more steamy Montgomery action, you’ll find it in:
Billionaire Bad Boys – The Montgomerys
Dangerous Secrets – The Series
A Sexy Mystery Series – The Box Set
Steamy Island Romance – The Series Box Set
Playing Dirty – The Series
This box set contains steamy scenes and adult content, so it’s best for readers who are 18+.
Filling The Void by Zainab T. Khan (Fantasy/Romance/Coming of Age)
After the sudden death of her beloved Granda, Candice Davis finds herself unable to play the piano. With her best friend gone and her passion blocked, Candice decides to return to her hometown in Rozenne to volunteer at her favorite place in the world: Greenwich Orphanage. Between Nathan, Jake, and all of the other orphans, Candice believes her life is finally filled with love, but then she meets James.
He’s tall, stubborn, and smells just like her woodworking Granda. He’s also invisible. Literally. And though Candice doesn’t seem to notice she’s the only one who can see him, Candice senses something is off about him—and her life.
Torn between an impending adoption and a terrible accident, Candice has to solve the mystery of James and learn to play the piano again, or she’ll never fill the void of her broken heart.
Temptation of the Wolf: A Silver Moon Novel by L.S. Slayford (Paranormal Romance)
There was always something a little off about Luna’s brother and something even weirder about his older friend, Chase. Sent away to boarding school whilst she was still young, Luna returns home when her parents are killed in an unfortunate car accident.
It wasn’t until she bumps into the devilishly handsome Chase those certain weird things which happened in her childhood start making sense. However, Chase proves to be both dangerous and formidable in all areas and has now taken an interest in her despite his oath never to get involved with a human woman.
Within a short time of arriving back in her hometown it is clear that her parents’ deaths were no accident. With the police not interested, Luna turns to her brother and Chase for help.
Despite his fangs and claws and Chase’s reluctance to fall in love with a human, Luna finds herself falling for the werewolf as they are being hunted by an ancient foe, searching for an ancient artefact Luna’s family have guarded for centuries.
Will Luna find it within herself to fall to the temptation of the wolf or will she settle for the safety of normality?
100 Days of Solitude by Daphne Kapsali (Memoir)
A personal journey that inadvertently became an accidental self-help guide to doing what you love and living as your true self, whoever that might turn out to be, 100 days of solitude is inspiring thousands of people to claim the time and space they need to find themselves and live their best lives.
This is not one of those 100 day challenges, nor is it about hardship and isolation and going off the grid; if anything, it’s the opposite of that. In giving up her life in London to spend 100 days living alone on a small Greek island, Daphne was searching for a better way to live, and for deeper connections with her true self and those around her. The things she gave up turned out to mean very little, and most of the challenges she faced came from within, from her own preconceptions and the Antagonist that we all carry around in our heads.
Part memoir, part fiction, part philosophy and part travel writing, 100 days of solitude is a collection of one hundred stories, all of them connected and each one self-contained. One hundred essays on choosing uncertainty over security, change over convenience, seeing things for what they truly are, and being surprised by yourself; on love, loss, death and donkeys; on reaching for your dreams, finding enlightenment on a rural road, peeing in public, and locking yourself out of the house; on dangerous herbs, friendly farmers, flying Bentleys and existential cats; and on what it feels like to live in a small, isolated island community through the autumn and winter, to live as a writer who actually writes, and to live as your true, authentic self, no matter who that turns out to be. And to write your own story, the way you want it told; to find your voice, and the courage to let it be heard.
That’s it for this week. I hoped you’ve enjoyed the selection and you found something good to read this St. Patrick’s Day. Please note, there are affiliate links included in this post.
Until next time,
Keep Writing & Reading,