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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Fifth Batch of Saturday's Free Books 2-23-2013

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Heat in the Kitchen (Duval-Adams Family) by Sarah Fredricks

Rating: 4.5 Stars with 11 votes

Category:  Romance 

Price: FREE (Save $3.33) *Price subject to change at any time*

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Warning: Adult Content

Matt Duval-Adams just can’t stop himself from coming over all ‘big brother’ when his sisters’ friend needs help and support. Ella has been coping on her own for most of her life and, although it’s now spiralling out of control, she doesn't give in to accepting his help easily. In fact, what Ella really wants is Matt as her lover, not her ‘brother’. It doesn’t take Matt long to give up on the ‘brother’ act and give in to his desire, but by then Ella is running in the other direction. Can lust conquer all? Does love overcome adversity?

This is the first book in the Duval-Adams series. Matt is an internationally acclaimed two Michelin-starred chef. His identical twin brother, Zander, is an investment whizz and the CEO of their catering and restaurant business. The other family members are their ‘baby’ sisters, each successful in their own right and also identical twins. Tess is a jazz singer who is sought after in the States and France, and Ronnie is a Translator who seems to spend more time in Spanish and French hotel rooms than she does her own home.

There are three more books to come in the series, covering each of the family members through their respective journey’s to a happy ever after. All the family get involved in each other’s story, they just can’t help themselves! So, once you’ve read Matt’s story, you’ll be able to keep in touch with what he’s up to in the later books.

WARNING: This book contains one seriously hot chef, one beautiful and talented pianist, two sets of twins who love and support each other and a fictitious place called Quinaard. You will be transported from London to the Middle East and across to Long Island. The sex scenes are explicit and the love intense.
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Dremiks by Cassandra Davis

Rating: 4.5 Stars with 10 votes

Category:  Science Fiction

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Top 5 Finalist, KBR "Best Indie Books of 2012"

"Dremiks" is a story of adventure and intrigue set on humanity's first inter-stellar transport. The stated mission for the crew and colonists of the Hudson is to travel across the universe and save the doomed planet of Dremiks. During their seven month journey, though, they learn that human beings have not fundamentally changed--jealousy and greed are still powerfully motivating characteristics.

The characters of "Dremiks" are surrounded by shifting loyalties, saboteurs, deceitful aliens, and all of the dangers of space travel. Friendships evolve, relationships unravel, and there's still a planet to be saved. This is the space-opera that will suck you in and keep you up late at night.
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Fantasia The Poetry Collection by Payal Roy

Rating: 4 Stars with 1 votes

Category: Contemporary, Fantasy

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Fantasia - The Poetry Collection is a collection of poems enamoured within a theme of fantasy and surrealism.

To name a few , there are poems about Phoenix-the mythical bird, Sphere-a repository of power that fell in wrong hands and the price one had to pay for this grave error, Rains- when rains don't come what happens and how the earth is quenched of its thirst, Tale of four seasons- A mythical fantasy encircling a debate between the four seasons of earth giving rise to enigmatic and interesting outcomes, Tick-tock : a timeless tale of the old grandfather clock that still announces its existence in many of the households, Halo- a mystic aura , Love is everywhere- the author's boundless imagination and realizing the essence of love through living and inanimate objects alike.

There are other poems as well which attempt to enhance the heights of fantasy and realism in this poetry collection. Thus, one moment the readers would find themselves in a magical and vibrant world of fantasy and infinite imagination through enchanting stories, and the next moment the boundary of fantasy would merge with reality.

The author has intentionally blended poems of fantasy with those of surrealism, in an attempt to portray the beauty of poetry and how even an ordinary object of the real world can be of utmost importance in a mythical and vibrant world of fantasy.
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Military Education by Jonathan Kamp

Rating: 0 Stars with 0 votes

Category:  Non Fiction

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Jonathan Kamp's Kindle Editions may be purchased and read on a home computer with Kindle Cloud Reader, or on a smart phone with the Kindle App - you don't need to own a Kindle to read them.

This particular book is strictly for active duty US service members and vets. Civilians are not "authorized" to purchase (kidding).

"Military Education" does, though, provide higher learning tricks of the trade that service members use to advance their degree plans while on active duty, and often shortly thereafter - for those who very nearly complete a four-year degree before exiting the service stage left, or right.

Yeah, yeah, it took the author 20 years to attain his bachelor's degree. But along the way he picked up every conceivable unorthodox and fast-track education trick known to womankind.

Plus a few more ...
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