This Week’s Five Favorite Indie eBooks

This week’s five favorite indie eBooks include some serious heavy hitters! These are some of the best books of the year from some of the biggest authors in the biz. Don’t miss these chart topping titles that are the perfect weekend read.

A Light in the Flame by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The truth about Sera’s plan is out, shattering the fragile trust forged between her and Nyktos. She will do anything to end Kolis, the false King of Gods, and his tyrannical rule of Iliseeum. But Sera cannot afford to fall for the tortured Primal. And as Sera begins to realize that she wants to be more than a Consort in name only, the danger surrounding them intensifies. The Primal power of Life is growing inside her, pushing her closer to the end of her Culling. And without Nyktos’s love she won’t survive her Ascension. That is if she even makes it to her Ascension and Kolis doesn’t get to her first. Because time is running out. For both her and the realms.


What People are Saying: “If you’re looking for a great storyline with fascinating characters and adventures then you need to read A Light In The Flame (well the entire series really). Jen’s imagination is unmatched and I’m always voracious for her next work of art.” – LK09, B&N Reviewer

Last One To Know by Barbara Freethy

I was working at my sister’s clothing boutique in Carmel when I got the call. The hospital told me that my mother had been shot and was in critical condition. This could be my last chance to see her, and I needed to go to San Francisco immediately. I was stunned. Not just because of the horrific news, but also because my mother had died in a storm twenty years ago… To find out the truth, I’ll have to dive into the life of the woman in the hospital bed, into her past and mine. But as I get closer to the truth, the target moves from her to me…and suddenly her life isn’t the only one on the line.


What People are Saying: “So many twists and turns to this book. You think you’ve got it figured out and then…NOPE…you make a 180 and head off another direction. Fast paced and absolutely suspenseful, I so enjoyed this book.” – Perriknows, B&N Reviewer


Someone to Hold by Marie Force

Eighteen months after suddenly losing the love of my life, I’m coming out of the fog of early grief and taking a hard look at the rest of my life. With three young children to care for on my own while also managing their grief, I haven’t had a lot of time to ponder what’s next for me. When I think about what I really want, I keep coming back to one thing. Or I should say one person, someone who understands what I’ve been through because he’s been there, too, only his losses were far worse than mine. I find myself thinking about him all the time, but is he ready for the things I want? I have no idea, but I’m determined to find out.


What People are Saying: “Each person in the Wild Widows group has a unique story and circumstances. Their support of each other is amazing. Marie Force tells their inspiring stories with such tenderness and love. I can’t wait for the next book!” – Adanna H, B&N Reviewer


Searching for Bristol by Susan Stoker

Getting lost and injured in the woods isn’t on Bristol Wingham’s agenda. Luckily, she’s found by one of Fallport’s search and rescue members. She hadn’t planned on staying in the small town, but when her rescuer offers her a place to recuperate…she can’t resist. Cohen “Rocky” Watson has rescued his fair share of lost hikers, but there’s something about Bristol that makes him sit up and take notice. As Bristol heals, the former Navy SEAL and the artist find themselves falling in love. But someone is less than happy with the budding relationship. When Bristol disappears, it’ll take Rocky, his entire team, and every colorful, gossip-loving Fallport local to find her—and the clock is ticking.


What People are Saying: “Bristol and Rocky were fantastic together! I loved the patience and care they both took in letting their relationship grow naturally… loved them, loved their story!” – Dar Gee, B&N Reviewer

Fernhill Lane by Kristen Proby

When Sarah Bitterman left Huckleberry Bay she had every intention of coming home to visit. Sadly, she quickly learned that was out of the question. Then, her husband throws her out with only the clothes on her back and finally sets Sarah free. Returning to face those she left behind is almost unbearable. Tanner Hilleman knew it was a mistake to let the love of his life go, and he’s never stopped thinking about her.  Unfortunately, Sarah’s past has followed her to Huckleberry Bay and threatens to destroy everything she loves. Will she and Tanner survive it? Or will it tear them apart for good?


What People are Saying: “I loved to hear exactly what drew her away from her home town and to learn just how hard things were for her and her brother growing up. The story is hard to put down and has some drama. Great read!” – dnd517, B&N Reviewer



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